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Seriously, it's midnight for me, no idea what time it is for you, but leave it there and go to bed, go to the gym, go shopping what ever, then go to bed, and try it again at least 24 hours later, if you can, 48 hours.

It's not worth risking it and maybe all your components attached to it.
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Originally Posted by kieran13 View Post
its 29-30C in my room yay for hot aussie weather lol
Why didn't you tell us you were an Aussie? Since everything is upside down, you'll be fine. Just let the PSU sit and wait for the water to drip up
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I know a thing or two about wet components (check build log). It should be fine, just wait a day or two and it'll be fine. My PSU was under water (quite literally) twice, and it's still going strong. Test it with a fan or pump or something first, though, that way if it did get fried, you're not bricking your entire rig.
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I know a thing or two about wet components (check build log). It should be fine, just wait a day or two and it'll be fine. My PSU was under water (quite literally) twice, and it's still going strong. Test it with a fan or pump or something first, though, that way if it did get fried, you're not bricking your entire rig.
yer ill wait 24hrs then and ill test on a 12v fan i have

Megabander. there was no water in PSU just the cables got wet
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Why didn't you tell us you were an Aussie? Since everything is upside down, you'll be fine. Just let the PSU sit and wait for the water to drip up
I admit I lol'd
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yer lol it was pretty funny
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update i couldnt wait lol plug in it and it works no issues
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I use a "T" fitting in the bottom of my loop with koolance quick connect fittings for draining.
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