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post #11 of 26
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Call the company to ask them what they can do about it. Dont know if it is still under warranty.

No, the warranty is voided as soons as you open the fillport, which I did because not changing coolant about every 6 months makes it gunk.
So I don't think contacting them will result in a fix..
    
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Yes, a non-conductive fluild WILL start to become conductive after only a few weeks. Don't let that stuff drip on your PCB's, pull it now until you can get it resolved. You said you only had it for 1-2 months, RMA it at least, or return it for refund and get another AIO.

Let me sharpen up my comment to not make a complete fool of myself: When the first leak accured, the coolant was only 1,5 weeks old (it's now about 1 month old). I thought it wouldn't ionize that quickily (more like a few months instead of a few weeks).
Thanks for the heads up.
No, I've had the cooler for 1 year and 2 months. Plus I opened the fillport which voids the warranty. I don't think they'll accept it.
    
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post #13 of 26
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Non-conductive or not, you don't want any fluids touching PCBs ever. Your coolant may have picked up some ionic metals in loop. Luck is the only factor in not ruining your card. Better off getting it out and fixing the problem and throwing a Hyper 212 Evo on it from amazon until you can epoxy it or whatever.

Thanks.
Yes, I've been lucky; The first drip was with almost freshly changed coolant and the second soaked up in braiding of the wire, which stopped it from leaking continuously.
I'm putting the stock intel cooler back on it, rip oc's haha.
    
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post #14 of 26
Reseal it what else, unless it's in warranty and you want to return it and deal with that hassle.
Glue doesn't seal well it likes to turn brittle and break. But you can find some hybrid stuff to seal I guess.
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last i herd you are aloud to top it off when it needs it, Mine got a big crack on it and leaked on my saber tooth mb, which lucky i was using distilled water mostly but it did have dye in it.. But no damage was done think it was leaking for a day or more even tho it stained were it leak... I contacted them and told them and all they ask is a pic of it and had a new block and fluid sent to me in couple days.


Even tho its out of warranty they still might honor it because these have cracking issues. i had mine for about 9month...


EDIT Pretty sure they have a 2year warrenty


Worth a try because they don't ask for anything back so you can try and fix the leaking one.
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Reseal it what else, unless it's in warranty and you want to return it and deal with that hassle.
Glue doesn't seal well it likes to turn brittle and break. But you can find some hybrid stuff to seal I guess.

What kind hybrid are we talking about? Glue and ... ?
gamma silicon kit
I could eailsy get this. The product discription translates to: with glass ( aquariums , display construction, glass constructions , shop windows ) and for 3D applications. Water resistant, permanently elastic , colorfast , UV and water resistant.
    
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What kind hybrid are we talking about? Glue and ... ?
gamma silicon kit
I could eailsy get this. The product discription translates to: with glass ( aquariums , display construction, glass constructions , shop windows ) and for 3D applications. Water resistant, permanently elastic , colorfast , UV and water resistant.

Really you only need any 2part Epoxy and just to make sure that the surfaces are dry that you are sealing. You can cake as much of this stuff on as you want to seal the whole area where you think the leak is!
Loctite 2part Epoxy

Any local hardware store will have it!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Nerdquake View Post

What kind hybrid are we talking about? Glue and ... ?
gamma silicon kit
I could eailsy get this. The product discription translates to: with glass ( aquariums , display construction, glass constructions , shop windows ) and for 3D applications. Water resistant, permanently elastic , colorfast , UV and water resistant.

Really you only need any 2part Epoxy and just to make sure that the surfaces are dry that you are sealing. You can cake as much of this stuff on as you want to seal the whole area where you think the leak is!
Loctite 2part Epoxy

Any local hardware store will have it!

What about just using a silicone caulk? That might be easier than mixing up epoxy.

EDIT: Bah, I just saw that this was already mentioned. I would try the silicone first, must easier to work with than epoxy.
 
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DO NOT USE SILICONE! Once cured, nothing will stick to the silicone, including silicone, and it is difficult to remove. Epoxies are too permanent and may not seal all that well. There are better caulks available. If a leak is due to a crack in plastic, a solvent cement that is allowed to run into the crack through capillary action will seal it up. However, the cracked part must be disassembled, cleaned, and dried, especially inside the crack, or the cement will not properly penetrate.
     
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DO NOT USE SILICONE! Once cured, nothing will stick to the silicone, including silicone, and it is difficult to remove. Epoxies are too permanent and may not seal all that well. There are better caulks available. If a leak is due to a crack in plastic, a solvent cement that is allowed to run into the crack through capillary action will seal it up. However, the cracked part must be disassembled, cleaned, and dried, especially inside the crack, or the cement will not properly penetrate.

Understood, but why would OP need to worry about anything sticking to the silicone or ever removing it?
 
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