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Well it looks like my 8320 build which has been in posession of the wife for the last 12 months has gone to heaven, the system threw a water tube last night from the cpu block (barb without clip/tye wrap). This has toasted the gtx770 lightning for sure and the cpu led is on, on the board (990fx sabertooth) = no post with another gpu installed for testing. Was late last night so today will throw one of my kids Amd chips in and see if it is the board or cpu that is also toasted. If the 8320 is toast is strange the thermal shut off has failed, was only a few seconds before she realised what had happened.

Could be an expensive lesson learned regrettably.
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Well it looks like my 8320 build which has been in posession of the wife for the last 12 months has gone to heaven, the system threw a water tube last night from the cpu block (barb without clip/tye wrap). This has toasted the gtx770 lightning for sure and the cpu led is on, on the board (990fx sabertooth) = no post with another gpu installed for testing. Was late last night so today will throw one of my kids Amd chips in and see if it is the board or cpu that is also toasted. If the 8320 is toast is strange the thermal shut off has failed, was only a few seconds before she realised what had happened.

Could be an expensive lesson learned regrettably.

geeeze that stinks... feel bad for you... I read a horror story like that when I was considering water cooling.... that's why I went with compression fittings... and still i check them for snugness occasionally.. sorry for your flooded pc.
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Well it looks like my 8320 build which has been in posession of the wife for the last 12 months has gone to heaven, the system threw a water tube last night from the cpu block (barb without clip/tye wrap). This has toasted the gtx770 lightning for sure and the cpu led is on, on the board (990fx sabertooth) = no post with another gpu installed for testing. Was late last night so today will throw one of my kids Amd chips in and see if it is the board or cpu that is also toasted. If the 8320 is toast is strange the thermal shut off has failed, was only a few seconds before she realised what had happened.

Could be an expensive lesson learned regrettably.

Which size hosing did you use?

Am I glad I used ti-rips.

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geeeze that stinks... feel bad for you... I read a horror story like that when I was considering water cooling.... that's why I went with compression fittings... and still i check them for snugness occasionally.. sorry for your flooded pc.

I used a mix. Mostly because of size issues.
    
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It was tight, been running a year, obviously become soft over time. I have tie wraps on mine and is my own fault for not doing it on the wifes. I have changed my liquid that many times in mine has never run long enough to come across this probem. From memory was the 7/16 tubing on the 1/2 barb. About to start dismantling it now to put another cpu in and see if the board or the cpu is toast as well as the gpu.
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I won't take my chances if I were you. I would of let it dry for at least a couple of days before testing.
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I won't take my chances if I were you. I would of let it dry for at least a couple of days before testing.

It is the board, I just took the 8320 chip out and put it in my little lads system, booted straight up, put my lads 4170 in the wifes and same issue, cpu led. So the 8320 lives on, the gtx770 and the sabertooth is dead atm. Will try the 770 again in a few days but after removing the backplate can see the paint removed where the liquid spilled indicating has shorted out and took the board with it.
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It is the board, I just took the 8320 chip out and put it in my little lads system, booted straight up, put my lads 4170 in the wifes and same issue, cpu led. So the 8320 lives on, the gtx770 and the sabertooth is dead atm. Will try the 770 again in a few days but after removing the backplate can see the paint removed where the liquid spilled indicating has shorted out and took the board with it.

ive heard baking gpus in the oven works a treat lol

ive suffered the same as u but i was lucky i saw the leakage pretty quickly, still it went in all the grooves and the gpu slots, i quickly wiped off with distilled water then i dried via hairdryer and all was well

i suppose i was lucky
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Well it looks like my 8320 build which has been in posession of the wife for the last 12 months has gone to heaven, the system threw a water tube last night from the cpu block (barb without clip/tye wrap). This has toasted the gtx770 lightning for sure and the cpu led is on, on the board (990fx sabertooth) = no post with another gpu installed for testing. Was late last night so today will throw one of my kids Amd chips in and see if it is the board or cpu that is also toasted. If the 8320 is toast is strange the thermal shut off has failed, was only a few seconds before she realised what had happened.

Could be an expensive lesson learned regrettably.

Did you get this. "Damned thing has been beeping. That is totally annoying ? Plus the damn thing keeps shutting off on it's own. "

I learned the hard way you cant let point and click people use a water rig.

She also killed a Mitsubishi with gauges, twice.

"I don't know what happened ? Steam came out of it and it quit running " Twice
Edited by warpuck - 10/20/14 at 6:21am
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Did you get this. "Damned thing has been beeping. That is totally annoying ? Plus the damn thing keeps shutting off on it's own. "

I learned the hard way you cant let point and click people use a water rig.

She also killed a Mitsubishi with gauges, twice.

"I don't know what happened ? Steam came out of it and it quit running " Twice

This made me laugh out loud, that is exactly what happened. I was playing bf4 at the time with headphones on so oblivious. Well at least the cpu is not toast, put it in my kids rig today to replace his 4170 under a h100 with no overclocking. Will have to build the wife a new one, or pass her mine and build new myself. Expensive lesson learned. I misssed this thread lol, not visited much since passed it to the wife although still have 3 amd systems.

Thanks to all for the input/replies.
Edited by Ghost12 - 10/20/14 at 7:12am
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I baked my Asus <---Lol R9 290x @380 for 8 mins and yes it did work but its still dead, elaboration at first the card would do (show signal no matter what). After some legit Martha Stewart skills. I put the stock cooler from my other R9 on it and it posted real quick and died again. After that I baked some cookies and turns out I didn't get lead poisoning, If anything the most risky part in all this was going to walmart to grab some nestle toll house cookie dough while trying to avoid a random Ebola infected person no I don't live in west Africa, but i learned a lot from season 1 the strain and I live 5 mins away from George Bush Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Edited by Kalistoval - 10/20/14 at 12:23pm
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