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how to check liquid level and refill???? - AQUAGate

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i have the mini version of coolgate.

can someone provide pictures of this "lil cap inside its main casing"?

what's this lil cap and which main casing?

sorry for my ignorance.

tim

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Just curious, if you wanted to keep your computer cool (with the mini) for longer than 3 years COULD YOU refill it? Looking at the thing, I'm trying to understand how it's possible... :?

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Just curious, if you wanted to keep your computer cool (with the mini) for longer than 3 years COULD YOU refill it? Looking at the thing, I'm trying to understand how it's possible... :?

I believe it would have something to do with the unused plug, but that's from speculation.

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Just curious, if you wanted to keep your computer cool (with the mini) for longer than 3 years COULD YOU refill it? Looking at the thing, I'm trying to understand how it's possible... :?

just put a resivoir on the exhaust side of the rad , then to pump ..

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You think the mini would be able to handle the extra load?

I've been eying the 3rd plug myself. It must be there for a reason. Anyone from CM care to elaborate on this? Like Miyagi said, we can only speculate. CM must have had a use for it when they designed the mini (maybe it was used to fill the cooler during assembly?).

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