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Jake Riley    0

I am going to be building a new pc soon am considering this cooler (the MasterAir Maker 8.) You see I have the budget for liquid cooling but didn't want to invest in that because I sometimes go on long vacations during the winter in which my computer is left turned off along with the heating. The house can reach temperatures below freezing and I've learned that liquid cooling can in fact freeze and mess up your system. I heard that this cooler has new technology where it turns liquid to gas then back to liquid in order to cool the system. I am wondering if this liquid can freeze too? I am assuming so but would like to confirm. If this coolant can freeze would the Coolermaster V8 gts be a good alternative? Thank you for your time and your help.

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Mohd Noh    179

Hi Jake ,

 

Welcome to CM forum 

 

Talk with CM staff and the answer is : no it is not freeze because The AirMaker 8 is added with anitfreeze mateials into the coolent

For more detail you can submit a ticket at here : https://account.coolermaster.com/LogOn.aspx

 

Hope this can help .

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