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post #31 of 33
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set it up outside the case - no leaks
You mean ...no leaks from the resevoir in the case, LOL. Taking one component of your cooling loop out of your box, hardly makes it safe.

*And i really would put a fan on that thing, you will notice the temp change for sure.
post #32 of 33
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set it up so that the water is flowing through the tubes and the blocks!

Its done, but im too busy to overclock or write up what i did
post #33 of 33
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Ok, after a days folding the reserator does get a little warm - ill rig up a PSU to some fans over the weekend if i get time!
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