[QUOTE=compwhiziitothemax;16027689]builds with two cases and buids with 2 PSUs.
I would not buy from you. I would run away.[/QUOTE]
:ughh: I said that I couldn't decide between cases, and I accidentally added a second PSU. I'm not going to order for a bit, and what kind of person orders without checking over their list a second time.
[QUOTE=lemongrapes;16037494]And why no water cooling? most of the people who would spend 4k on a PC would cream themselves at the sight of colored water in their case.[/QUOTE]
The thing with water cooling is that it's difficult to keep working, I prefer oil submersion cases myself.
I wouldn't even dream of selling someone an oil immersed PC
for one, if they're buying a premade PC chances are they don't even know the first thing about what they're buying
[QUOTE=reapaninja;16061769]I wouldn't even dream of selling someone an oil immersed PC
Same...that's something I wouldn't bother trying to sell to a stranger.
That's why I wouldn't go with water cooled. Oil submersion, on the other hand, if done correctly is simple enough to explain to a 5 year old.
Step 1: Get Case.
Step 2: Add 8 Gallons of mineral oil.
Step 3: Turn on. Done.
Being submerged in oil is much easier than using the complex series of tubes, having to replace filters and such. I have a low-end computer running in mineral oil, and have for several months. No problems.
Oh, and you certainly don't sell the mineral oil with it/in it. That would be stupid.
Water cooling is not difficult to set up or maintain.
Also thank you captain obvious @ above post.
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