I hear ya amuffin mate - if watercooling can be patented like Apple does I might as well hurl a brick at Asetek for their rubbish products.
* for all those reading - if a pump designed in a small chamber and the flow of water through it is worthy of a patent/law suit? Might sue all the other companies claiming to be watercooling products manufacturers.
+1 to your comments but I would say 100% nothing with an Apple badge is worth patenting.
I've been busy with TAFE
And about watercooling.. I could get started sooner (or later) in the year since I've accumulated most of my necessary hardware.. Except for a new case and power supply.
Did I mention I got 3 580s?
Edit: I hate this new forum layout
Emoticons are bleh, my badges have disappeared, along with my posts, and the look of the new forums don't go easy on my eyes.
[citation][nom]jamesedgeuk2000[/nom]Why? they don't make AIO coolers that rip off Asetek's designs. (in case anyone is wondering who Asetek are they designed/make most of Corsairs AIO's and pretty much created/refined the product line).[/citation]
Basically what Lutifj said, Asetek can go ahead and sue those guys while they're at it.
What the patent people need to understand is that it's not because it's a good idea that nobody else can think of it. Also, a cease and desist lawsuit and payment of attorney fees? That's quite an American thing to do, isn't it?