Heya. Never had to use liquid cooling, and for the most part, never had a computer powerful enough to need it...
Anyway, I had a few newbie questions as far as how to choose what parts to buy for a liquid cooling setup.
I got the general idea down about what components make up a liquid cooling setup..:
Liquid Tank, Radiator, Pump, CPU/Chipset/GPU waterblocks, tubing, fluid.
My first question is, since I want to play it safe, isnt there some form of fittings that you can put inline on the tubings, that would allow you to disconnect without spilling any fluid? I see lots of stuff on sites such as Frozencpu.com, some things called Quick Disconnects... Are those it? Would think it would be something along those lines, type of snap on valve thing where the path is open when connected... I would think using this would be ideal when you need to remove parts for maintenance, or have to remove an internal tank to refill it.. what not.
So, any of you pros out there got any suggestions as far as the best/safest way to build a water cooling setup in ones PC? Tips, pointers, opinions are more then welcome.