Power Macs with Liquid Cooling Systems Report Leaks

Envision the scenario where you discover a mysterious green substance oozing from the underside of your sleek Power Mac. It’s a distressing thought indeed.

Regrettably, for some owners of the newer liquid-cooled Power Macs, this scenario has turned into a distressing reality. Reports indicate that the source of these leaks are faulty Delphi radiators included in some of the initial models.

Owners of the early 2.5 GHz liquid-cooled versions should consider inspecting their systems for any signs of leakage. Should you encounter any such issue, it’s advisable to cease using the device immediately and arrange for a service at your closest Apple store.

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