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post #21 of 32 (permalink) Old 02-06-2020, 11:59 AM
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No, It is an open loop. Follow link.

https://www.ukgamingcomputers.co.uk/...water-cooling/
Uhm, I don't care what "UKGAMINGCOMPUTERS" claims, that's a closed loop.

No openness to air=closed loop.

Let's ask @el gappo .

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it never made sense to me, except that "closed" refers to AIOs that can't be modified, and "open" refers to stuff you can addon to.

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it never made sense to me, except that "closed" refers to AIOs that can't be modified, and "open" refers to stuff you can addon to.

OP has a nice custom loop, regardless.

I had a nice custom open loop. That's not open.

When you can throw 2 bags of ice into your res, that's open.
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That's a great loop, well done!

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i agree, on all accounts... seems these terms were formed outside of OCN standards!

my brain tells me these two terms were really common, when i first started delving into custom loops, circa sandy bridge. AIOs had just started coming out, n they were all "closed loops" cuz custom is somehow "open" (that's how you get dirt n nasties into your system, CAP YOUR RES!)

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I had no idea barrow made blocks and stuff. Guess I have been out of the loop, closed/open/otherwise.

Looks good. Add more radiator or increase fan speed for your temps.

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OP has a nice custom loop, regardless.
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When you can throw 2 bags of ice into your res, that's open.
You might be on to something
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That's a great loop, well done!
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I had no idea barrow made blocks and stuff. Guess I have been out of the loop, closed/open/otherwise.

Looks good. Add more radiator or increase fan speed for your temps.
they do, but i'd only go that route if you're trying to pinch pennies.

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you can still take the hoses off of a AIO and service the fluid...
I've never seen it mentioned anywhere that AIOs are user serviceable. And I've owned plenty. The hoses are permanently sealed. You have to break the fittings off to get to it, they do not have screw type removable fittings.
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