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Hmm.. if someone who works for ek can answer to me, did i broke the warranty when i broke supremacy mx waterblock? overtightening fitting to it and it cracks and leak. :l
post #3782 of 7025
akira749,

Thank you for the info in this forum. Thinking about buying the EKWB Predator 360 for a build I am slowly working on and have a couple questions...

1. Waiting for either Broadwell-e or Skylake-e to come out. I assume if I purchase the Predator 360 today that the water block will work with Broadwell-e when it comes out but do you think there is a good chance it would also work with Skylake-e if I decided to wait that long?

2. Would there be a problem storing the Predator for say a year before I actually started using it on a daily basis in an operational computer?
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Originally Posted by MikkoM View Post

Hmm.. if someone who works for ek can answer to me, did i broke the warranty when i broke supremacy mx waterblock? overtightening fitting to it and it cracks and leak. :l

Warranty is for manufacturer faults, not user faults.
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

2nded.

Although I doubt diluted vinegar would do much if anything to plastic, but orings probably wouldn't survive even minimal exposure. They would likely be prone to cracking afterward and that my friends would be no bueno. thinking.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

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Originally Posted by d0mmie View Post

Do NOT use vinegar to clean a Predator AIO! It might damage some of the components as vinegar should only be used with radiators. Also be careful with boiled water as it might damage some of the plastic components in the AIO.
Glad i read this lol. Thanks guys. Repped
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I21Sy7.jpg

Got mine installed, just need another 8pin pcie psu cable made.

Closed off the top of the Define S, will add more rads if not happy with temps.
Edited by khemist - 2/6/16 at 8:29am
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Got mine installed, just need another 8pin pcie psu cable made.

Closed off the top of the Define S, will add more rads if not happy with temps.

How much clearance do you have above the radiator?

 

Thanks.

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I21Sy7.jpg

Got mine installed, just need another 8pin pcie psu cable made.

Closed off the top of the Define S, will add more rads if not happy with temps.

looking nice Khemist thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Evil Penguin View Post

How much clearance do you have above the radiator?

Thanks.

2cm, only enough to get the tips of my fingers in to screw/unscrew the port.

To fill it i removed the top moduvent and used a squeeze bottle with tip i could just about fit through the perforations on the roof.

Couple of things i did, reversed the fans so they now push and added a heatsink to the pump.

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looking nice Khemist thumb.gif

Thanks!.
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2cm, only enough to get the tips of my fingers in to screw/unscrew the port.

To fill it i removed the top moduvent and used a squeeze bottle with tip i could just about fit through the perforations on the roof.

Couple of things i did, reversed the fans so they now push and added a heatsink to the pump.
Thanks!.

Did heatsink needed any modding while added it to predator?
post #3790 of 7025
Anyone know the exact m4 screw on the predators. I went to 2 different home depots both with equally lacking selections. Figure I'll just order some online.
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