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post #11 of 12
Define finger tight? Are you 14 and 90 LBS or 25 and 6'6" and 250 like me? Finger tight is a HUGE difference between people. I usually do easy finger tight and 1/4 turn with a wrench, always comes out perfect and sealed.

Good buy with that EK block though. I would RMA the XSPC
post #12 of 12
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Originally Posted by Philth View Post

Couldn't solve the problem. Luckily, someone happened to be selling their old EK HF Supreme down the street, so I picked that up and now all's well. I guess no one ever said watercooling was cheap...

lol you must have some pretty cool neighbors.
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