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bubblleessss mine does the same thing.
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Originally Posted by Klinkey View Post

I left it leak testing and after about, 18 hours the water level has dropped a little bit, using this res. Was that bubbles or is it leaking?
http://specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/product.php?productid=10479
I'll leave it for another 26 or so hours now.
If it's leaking will it be noticeable or will it be really small drops in water level

I presume if it's leaking you will notice it in the wet paper towels?
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I presume if it's leaking you will notice it in the wet paper towels?

Yes this ^ I usually just place towels underneath the fittings instead of wrapping them like you have them. The board and other components won't die if you get water on them if the power supply is unplugged and the little flat battery is removed from the motherboard. smile.gif It only matters if there is power to the components and water on them at the same time other than that you're fine. I have the blue towels underneath the things because they show a drop of water easily.
 
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post #14 of 19
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Ahh alright thanks +rep
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Quote:
Originally Posted by rawfuls View Post

I presume if it's leaking you will notice it in the wet paper towels?

Thats the obvious answer but apparently you can get really small unnoticeable leaks...
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Originally Posted by Klinkey View Post

Thats the obvious answer but apparently you can get really small unnoticeable leaks...

I would do the same as someone stated above, have some odd colored paper towels, and have them underneath the fittings, leak test for a bit.
Water will always drop down no matter how small it is.
Feel around the fittings, see if you can feel any water..

Over time, you'll notice some wetness, and you can go from there.
post #17 of 19
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More pics, it runs amazingly cool, idles at 25 degrees at 1.5v and load at like 44 at 1.5v, and I'm still missing two fans on my rad...
post #18 of 19
A question about your front fan, is that an entirely new fan? Or did you replace the LED's. If it is the latter, how did you do it / how hard was it?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by flipmatthew View Post

A question about your front fan, is that an entirely new fan? Or did you replace the LED's. If it is the latter, how did you do it / how hard was it?

PM'd, taking pics now smile.gif
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