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I guess I did point at the AIO pretty quick, but that's just because I've seen much more AIO leak than GPU corrode because of humidity.

Definitely true, just don't want to see the guy try to RMA a bunch of parts that may be declined.

Thoroughly check the AIO, and if nothing seems wrong, check the humidity levels. I don't think there's any doubt that it's corrosion.
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Thanks for the help guys, he's checking with corsair now because it was an aio. Though I think it might be a humidity problem. Either we'll see where it goes from here.
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