Yeah, sorry about the broken English. Swype is awful, it kept erasing my words lol.
I've refitted the leaky area 3 times. Its on the EK VGA Supremacy waterblock on a 7950.
The first time I had no idea it was leaking as I was so in awe at the temps. When I finally checked the case there was a LOT of water on the bottom. Unbelievably, no components touched..
The setup was 1 45* Bitspower Compression as intake, and a regular old barb fitting on the other. I couldnt tell which was leaking.
Second time, I realized I had the in and out on the waterblock wrong, so I fixed that. The 45* fitting appeared to be the source. At a point I had moved the rad intending to get bubbles out and it sprayed water everywhere. The fitting was tight, but I think it came from the area it swivels. I bought these off of a member here, I suppose they are defective :/
Third time, I used two barbs. Stupidly, this block can not hold two fittings + clamps + tubing side by side [So what other option is there?] Or, at least it cant with 1/2" by 3/4" tubing. I tried my best to clamp them both and they seemed to hold acceptably well. The in barb worked fine [so the block wasnt leaking there]. Out one seemed to have loosened from the block somehow and it was dripping from there.
Through setup 2 & 3, though, I notice I dont hear a turbulent water noise coming from the CPU block anymore. I used to hear it from the back of the mobo with 1 pump on setting 3+ and no VGA block. Now with 2 @ max, no sound. Is this just air bubbles? (I didnt check on the first functional setup that filled nicely, before I added in the blocker piece. I hope it was flowing well then? Otherwise something must be clogged?)
Edited by Derpinheimer - 8/23/13 at 8:04pm