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Update; my cpu water block dripped onto my video card =|

im going to put it in rice and hope for the best.......

in the mean time, time to drain it and reseat the hose clamps.....
what are the odds that my card is fried? thankfully it is the only thing that was affected
Pretty good chance its dead, all it takes is a few drops but you never know if more got on it than you notice. All you can do is let it sit for a few days to be sure its dried and put it back in to see if it works.

Sucks that your WC leaked on your stuff

Anyways hope I helped.
    
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Leaking is always a risk with watercooling. You just have to be extra careful and take the time necessary to reduce the chances basically..
    
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Out of curiousity Hoby were you using barbs or compression fittings? Might be worth checking out your blocks for blockages, remember seeing a post where water was forcing its way back between the tubing and barb not to long ago, though I can't remember if it was a blockage or to much pump pressure that was causing it. Though I use comp fittings I think id use clamps with barbs as an added saftey feature, just my
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Leaking is always a risk with watercooling. You just have to be extra careful and take the time necessary to reduce the chances basically..
I leak tested it and everything in a case with only a power supply =\\

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Did you use compression fittings? If not, how far was your tubing in and did you use a clamp?
I was using 1/2" barbs, the hose was on all the way and i was also using clamps

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Out of curiousity Hoby were you using barbs or compression fittings? Might be worth checking out your blocks for blockages, remember seeing a post where water was forcing its way back between the tubing and barb not to long ago, though I can't remember if it was a blockage or to much pump pressure that was causing it. Though I use comp fittings I think id use clamps with barbs as an added saftey feature, just my
I was using barbs.. I didn't think my pump had that much pressure though =\\
i also had hose clamps on as tight as i could possibly get them
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