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post #11 of 13
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So i had finally got my fans mounted after quite some difficulty. The screws wouldn't fit through the predrilled holes, and on one of the mounting plates, the holes didnt even line up. After two short sessions of drilling i finally got them mounted.

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I it installed in my rig and the tubes connected.
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And then it started leaking...
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So i decided to try tightening the plastic plugs and ofcourse the head breaks off
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So i ordered some new plugs, got them two days later and now it's not leaking
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It's currently going through a leak test but it's looking good so far.
post #12 of 13
All that just for the cpu? Are you going to WC your gpu?

Nice work so far though bro! Looks mint.
post #13 of 13
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That was the plan. I got a waterblock and backplate for my card, but despite what ekwb's website says, my card is not reference so it didn't fit. So itll hve to wait till I get a different card. Will probably upgrade to Intel before that happens.
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