Coolant level keeps dropping and fan shays on after the engine is switched off
this could indicate a leak, you may want to check the pressure, I would suggest upgrading you liquid cooling system to something that includes a condenser. You can get these systems now for the same price as Water cooling systems were when they first came out. Condensed Cooling systems are cheap as chips considering they used to go for over 800 now you can pick them up for between 150 and 300 Water cooling systems have a top price mark of 150 while liquid cooling systems have a top price of 160
Condensed Cooling systems are reliable, compact and will keep your computer cool is a fridge, I have a Computer with a Condensed Cooling system in it, I have a custom built compartment on the side of the case were I cool my drinks. The condenser is a sealed unit and the coolant is already in it so you dont have to worry about coolant level drop of with these, the pipes are insulated, though you can get pipes for the system that have lights on them, the radiator is always warm but i would say thats the only thing in the system or entire computer that is warm, there is no fluid to top up, there is a sealed unit which comes connected to the condenser which is ice cold I think it is some kind of tank. But that is it ! 2 bracket mounted sealed units a radiator and a load of insulated pipes that connect to the heat sinks.
I assume everything is pumped around by pressure or that the pump is in the tank / other sealed unit, but I don't know wear the pump is, it just works.
I have herd many good things in reviews of Condensed Cooling Systems one of the main things people seem to pick up on is that it saves on the cost of having to buy fluid, to top up the tank and the radiator and the cost of all the replacement parts any time there is a leak, accessories. You just buy these things and they last forever, they are rated to last 16 years before needing maintenance. I was like what ? in 16 years condenser technology will be as old as the straw hut and I will be 42 and hopefully in University by than.
But what got my is that it uses a condenser (a computer with a condenser in it) and will last 16 years before in needs maintenance (maintenance not replacement)
Dude that seems like a pretty reliable piece of kit and well worth the money.
Dec 23, 2013 |