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Thread: FSP releases new LIQUID COOLED PSU, 'Hydro PTM+'

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    So much wrong
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    The world's Only Liquid Cooled ATX PSU
    ok why i see a Fan xD ( yes i know backup^^)

    2. The idea its so old

    2004
    https://www.hartware.de/2004/03/09/w...von-edvextrem/

    2005
    https://www.hartware.de/2005/02/01/a...waka-netzteil/

    And I think it was still some earler arround 2k in the first watercooling freakout time
    best regards
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    Quote Originally Posted by breixobaloca View Post
    Imagine a leakage there.
    And nothing would happen - if they did some conformal coating or even some potting. There are ways to make a PCB waterproof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mariush View Post
    or just move the test desk in the bathroom and let cold water from sink go in psu and pour out in the bathtub
    Hehe. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oklahoma Wolf View Post
    I have no watercooling gear at all, which means I'd have to buy that stuff. For just one review, that's not very likely to happen. I'd lose money.
    If you are seriously interested in this, I can probably get you all you need from Bitspower themselves who have a vested interest in this. All you need is a pump, a reservoir to help things out, tubing, fittings and distilled water.

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    Hm...should work if well implemented.

    But...how will they cool the caps? Put them inside a block?

    This is more marketing for a passive unit that anything else.

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