Slight problem here with logic.And another new post by neccessity.
From zerospace when he locked my last thread after my first thread was locked.
Sorry, but this is a misleading statement,and one that I disagree with in it's entirety.
In the literature for the Coolermaster Aquagate it clearly states that the official fluid only should be used in the system.But the fluid cannot be bought.As an allegory,that's like selling a car that runs on a new fuel,and then not supplying the fuel.
To say that it is the responsibility of the customer to hassle the merchandiser to stock what is an essential part of the product is disingenuous and insulting,when the Coolermaster sales team should have insisted on stocks of replacement fluid being taken as a condition of purchase to ensure that the product can be used for the purpose that it was sold for.That's part of the law over here.Without the fluid the Aquagate DOES NOT WORK and that makes it against the Trades Description Act. In other words,selling a product that cannot perform the tasks it was advertised as being able to do.
The Aquagate is a fine piece of equipment that is let down by this inability to grasp the consequences of ,let's say, an accidental spillage or even evaporation,as expressed by the guys in hot countries.
Bottom line: No fluid=no Aquagate. Argue that fact if you dare.
And if you consider this to be "flaming" rather than dealing with the this very real problem,then please just delete me from your database and I'll forget I ever heard of Coolermaster.