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post #21 of 23
The only thing of note that I could find is that copper sulfate with a surfactant tends to adhere to graphite, so I think you're fine.

I'm not sure why you would have both a kill coil and copper sulfate though.
post #22 of 23
Thread Starter 
Just wanted to give a update to you all.


First of all thank you all so much for your help!

i went ahead and just left my loops the way they are with the exception of no Monsta since i gave up trying to get the air out of the rad. I had much success with a 480 XSPC rad instead so i went with that.

I have been running my rig for about almost 2 weeks and every thing is great! the watter still recedes alittle in my gpu loop but it seems to be less and less as time goes by.

My temps are fantastic, however, i went up about 5 degrees on my CPU loop from what it was before implemented the Pedestal and changed the loops.

I think i am good to go for now

Thank you all again
post #23 of 23
You might have gotten a bad CPU mount. Depending how you did fittings, you could try a remount without having to drain anything.
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