Hi everyone. I have been liquid cooling my PC for about seven years now. I have a question that I can't find an answer for online so I thought I would post it here. I have always had my PC plugged into a surge protector power socket board. When it is not in use I have it powered off and covered with a dust protector sheet as I like to have the side panel off all the time. My question is I have always been concerned that if the PC leaked when I was not home it could cause an electrical fire. So because of this concern once I power down my PC and cover it I unplug it from the surge protector power board until it's next use. Is my concern rational and is unplugging my liquid cooled PC when it is not in use the right thing to do, or am I just being paranoid?