- Jun 30, 2004
reminds me of a line for Gene Hackman as "Little Bill" in the western "Unforgiven," when he hands a loaded pistol to the paperback-writer who came to town with "English Bob" (Richard Harris) and tells him to go ahead and attempt giving the weapon to Bob, who is behind the bars:Well, this escalated quickly.
I won't chime in much here, but I will say that there are some disadvantages to the front intake position. Primarily, that position usually puts the CPU block and pump above the rad/res. Especially with fillable/expandable kits like the H220 or Eisberg, any small bubbles which might be in the loop will migrate to the pump where they can give issues with pump noise.
"Hot! Ain't it?!"
Everybody has to "stand their ground" like some west Texas gun-enthusiast. I'm more or less "on the fence."
so much for "escalation."
I'd only offer that the AiO coolers are sealed units, so it shouldn't much matter if the radiator is at lower elevation than the pump. Maybe you could be right though.