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Possibly.

It's have to be pretty hot to actually deform the tubing to the point that it pops off, like 90/100C, which isn't really realistic (in a properly done loop, anyhow).

Strange goings on indeed.
    
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wow this is bad ..if you were folding while this happen the chances are very slim that all you gear is still in working condition..sorry bud,got the feeling your block got clogged up from all this nasty rust particles +heat=tube came off,..
what kind of barbs are this??
have you flash your RADs prior to installation ??
    
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Wait, so your saying that you had watercooling standard barbs without clamps?
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Originally Posted by giganews35 View Post
I know they were very tight to take off other than the corroded ones. So do you think heat plus corrosion which I still don't understand how it happened, expanded the tubing
This is all speculation of course, but at a guess:

Corrosion allowed coolant around the outside of the barb, which in turn lubricated the tubing. Combined with softer tubing due to the warmth and maybe a twist in the tubing creating a little torque alongside the pressure drop you would have otherwise had from the rest of the loop...


I'll be honest though, this is the first time I have ever known this to happen.
    
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Wait, so your saying that you had watercooling standard barbs without clamps?
This is actually a good point..

If you just used the correct size tubing on the barbs with no clamps, then that's not going to end well.

What barbs and size tubing did you use?
    
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Wait, so your saying that you had watercooling standard barbs without clamps?
Iv'e seen this said to ppl when using 1/2" barb with 7/16" tube as they are tight if your new to WC how would you know different
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@OP can you please open up your CPU block and post some pics..?
    
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This is actually a good point..

If you just used the correct size tubing on the barbs with no clamps, then that's not going to end well.

What barbs and size tubing did you use?
He mentioned before he was using 1/2"xG1/4" barbs with 7/16" ID tubing. He was going on everyone's recommendations, that nobody gets leaks or tubes popping off with that combination. I think that there is some random chance that it will happen regardless of what precautions you take, and this may have been that chance, very sorry for the OP's experience, and I hope his computer makes it out okay.

I put screw-drive clamps on all of my connections with 7/16" ID tubing..... I know these people on here know what they're talking about, and the odds of a hose popping off are extremely low... But damnit I'm not letting it happen to me!

And for those who say that tubing is tight... It usually is, however it does stiffen and change over time, especially if this guy is folding 24/7 on the computer and putting that heat through the loop. Should it have been a problem? No. But something happened. I remember my old 3/8" ID tubing was actually hard to get out of my old 939 system's blocks because swiftech used the push-in fittings rather than barbs, and the tubing's OD would expand over time. If the ID expands over time too, then maybe that's why he had this happen?
Edited by Dr.GumbyM.D. - 6/15/11 at 4:38pm
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Jesus...

Let the leaks get dry, or use a dryer to dry the water then try use it again..

For the next time use Compression Barbs !!

Good luck
I haven't read the whole thread yet, but the moment I read this, I had to post.


DO NOT DO NOT DO NOT DO NOT use a hair dryer. I did that with a previous laptop after I spilled a glass of wine over it. I think I still have the pictures somewhere, and I definitely still have all the keys from the keyboard.

The hairdryer totally warped all the keys, they just slowly started popping off the keyboard and changing shape.

It'll do the same to the PCBs. DO NOT DO THAT!
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Anyone who's been watercooling for a while knows that the tubing tends to warp and reshape a bit with heat, so it's unwise for anyone to not use clamps, even with 7/16 over 1/2".
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