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Originally Posted by cam0385 View Post

No. With the Swifttech I linked, you can swap out fittings, hoses, liquid, you can even attach it to a GPU block and have it cool a GPU. That is an AIO
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Originally Posted by cam0385 View Post

No. With the Swifttech I linked, you can swap out fittings, hoses, liquid, you can even attach it to a GPU block and have it cool a GPU. That is an AIO
Correct

I think it's how the power clockers here view the cooling options available to buy - CLC - closed loop cooler like Corsair H100i - Coolermaster Master Liquid Pro etc..... there are other as well - and are closed loop meaning not expandable even if you want to but Corsair may refer to H100i as AIO which is confusing as the users here have a different definition of AIO - which is where it is expandable and possible to make the system bigger by adding a reservoir or a gpu.

Anyhow it's been confusing me but no longer - wave2.gif

This will pave the way for another new thread of water coolers and how difficult it is to keep everything dry - I'll probably end up with a full water system after I've got air sorted out as well as I can - And then a CLC - such as Cooler Master Nepton 140 XL and something a little bigger as well with 240 mm - 280 mm - and then full water - but that is for another new thread because this thread was about CLC - closed loop coolers and AIO coolers from the perspective of the tech heads here - cheers.gif