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post #31 of 45 (permalink) Old 05-22-2020, 09:51 AM
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So you guys won't buy motherboards anymore because they have all kinds of open traces and components on both sides?



What about GPUs, they have open traces on back of their PCB, same as most all expansion boards going into PCIe sockets. Guess you would never use aquaero becuase they all are open, even ones fitting into 5.25" bays.



Guess you would never buy and use aquaero 5 or 6 because even ones with 5.25" bays have open components

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Splitty9's and a Quadro can't be beat. You want software PWM then nothing beats Aquasuite. Plus add a Hubby7 if you need more USB headers.

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Quote: Originally Posted by doyll View Post
So you guys won't buy motherboards anymore because they have all kinds of open traces and components on both sides?



What about GPUs, they have open traces on back of their PCB, same as most all expansion boards going into PCIe sockets. Guess you would never use aquaero becuase they all are open, even ones fitting into 5.25" bays.



Guess you would never buy and use aquaero 5 or 6 because even ones with 5.25" bays have open components
yeah, nice try there guy. Waving a unshielded component with bare metal exposed is not comparable to a stationary motherboard that you almost never need to touch...

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yeah, nice try there guy. Waving a unshielded component with bare metal exposed is not comparable to a stationary motherboard that you almost never need to touch...
Why do you need to touch a splitter hub? Or back of GPU? Or aquaro? Or QUADRO? Okay, maybe to plug in a fan or power, but you have same connections on motherboard.

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Why do you need to touch a splitter hub? Or back of GPU? Or aquaro? Or QUADRO? Okay, maybe to plug in a fan or power, but you have same connections on motherboard.
Maybe your okay with something with bare contacts exposed right next to a metal case putting your system at risk, but im not risking my system because i was a cheap ass and didn't go for something better.

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Maybe your okay with something with bare contacts exposed right next to a metal case putting your system at risk, but im not risking my system because i was a cheap ass and didn't go for something better.
So....a plastic case and higher price makes it "better"? Didn't that Corsair thing have a plastic case and a silly price tag? And a little sailboat for extra protection? How did that work out for you?

You do realize those hubs mentioned are supposed to be mounted? Just like a MB you deem as safe.

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So....a plastic case and higher price makes it "better"? Didn't that Corsair thing have a plastic case and a silly price tag? And a little sailboat for extra protection? How did that work out for you?

You do realize those hubs mentioned are supposed to be mounted? Just like a MB you deem as safe.
you have to be trolling... there is no way your being serious right now. a fully enclosed fan hub with zero exposed contacts is by its very design safer than one without that.. i mean if you can't understand that then i cant help you.

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you have to be trolling... there is no way your being serious right now. a fully enclosed fan hub with zero exposed contacts is by its very design safer than one without that.. i mean if you can't understand that then i cant help you.
Yeah....You got me. I'm trolling. Not pointing out that you can't figure out how to mount a fan controller, or that your criteria for what makes a component "better" is a total mess. Definitely neither of those things.

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you have to be trolling... there is no way your being serious right now. a fully enclosed fan hub with zero exposed contacts is by its very design safer than one without that.. i mean if you can't understand that then i cant help you.
You saying "risking my system because i was a cheap ass" is the really trolling here. You are making decisions without the knowledge needed to make informed decisions. Then instead of looking at what I said with images showing them you throw a temper tantrum accusing use of trolling instead of learning from those who obviously know infinitely more than you do.

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