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post #11 of 12
Yeah, Lans & Water-Cooling is the ONLY way to go.

Gotta' be showing off, lol.

As long as your using worm-Drive clamps to secure your tubing, Your perfectly safe! I've been to 3-4 Lans since I've had water and never had a problem.
post #12 of 12
as long as you do everything right and clamp all the tubes to ensure that there are no leaks, etc. you'll be just fine - i take the rig in my sig to LAN's all the time - i'll put the casters on it and just roll it in
    
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