The difference is I'm not expecting miracles. Unfortunately it is more difficult for some to read sarcasm then write it .
I am glad you are excited about this product.
AIO water cooled cards become a huge liability for manufacturers because if they leak or there is issues there becomes a fine line between warranty and no warranty.
"There was a pin sized hole in your tubing that caused the leak, it is caused by the user, your RMA is denied"
People pay for what they want or what they feel is good.
Price per performance is a different story. Look at the titan-z for example, it is a joke
I'm sorry to be this frank but have you seen what has been happening with CPU cooling for the last 3+ years??? Well, in case you have not noticed it's easily 75% AIO wattercooler. Have you heard or seen any horror stories of those failing and burning out systems? I certainly have not, anywhere on the net. Hence the reason they are so popular. Also here is a fun fact of the day for you - distilled water is non-conductive. Which is what all these cooler use.
Just so you know, I picked up on your sarcasm in the first place. I just think this is a case of 'if you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything' - yet people like to beat down anything that might not fit their current liking. I guarantee you that if you had a mini-itx build and wanted crossfire for a 4K monitor(money no object) and had no space for it, then this would be a golden ticket.