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It's good for probably half a year or more, but that's the limit that I would push mine to before I drained it and cleaned it out.
Alright.

So you just buy a WC kit, with some good blocks, res's, pumps, and a good rad and you just fill it up and that's it? What are typical temps with WC?

I'm such a WC nub. I'm so worried about a leak
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Alright.

So you just buy a WC kit, with some good blocks, res's, pumps, and a good rad and you just fill it up and that's it? What are typical temps with WC?

I'm such a WC nub. I'm so worried about a leak
This is good too, since this is one of the issues my wife has with WCing.
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Alright.

So you just buy a WC kit, with some good blocks, res's, pumps, and a good rad and you just fill it up and that's it? What are typical temps with WC?

I'm such a WC nub. I'm so worried about a leak
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This is good too, since this is one of the issues my wife has with WCing.
Yeah once you get it set up, it's a good idea to have a fail safe just in case. I use speedfan to automatically execute a shutdown if my CPU temperatures goes above 69°C. So if anything leaks or the pump dies then and the temperature starts to rise then it'll shutdown. If something leaks though, I doubt it will save anything , but that's why you leak test especially your first time at least 24 hours or more (if you're as paranoid as I was).

Fortunately I've never had any failures or leaks but I have taken good measure to protect my computer in case anything were to happen.
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Alright.

So you just buy a WC kit, with some good blocks, res's, pumps, and a good rad and you just fill it up and that's it? What are typical temps with WC?

I'm such a WC nub. I'm so worried about a leak
After filling it up, you test it for leaks with your PC OFF! Run it for 24hrs, then check for drops or huge water level drops. If none of the above occur, you should be good. I usually run it with the side panel open for another week to ensure there are no micro leaks. Once I am sure... close it up. PC WC is low pressure so it is very unlikely that it will spring a leak afterwards during normal usage.
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Yeah once you get it set up, it's a good idea to have a fail safe just in case. I use speedfan to automatically execute a shutdown if my CPU temperatures goes above 69°C. So if anything leaks or the pump dies then and the temperature starts to rise then it'll shutdown. If something leaks though, I doubt it will save anything , but that's why you leak test especially your first time at least 24 hours or more (if you're as paranoid as I was).

Fortunately I've never had any failures or leaks but I have taken good measure to protect my computer in case anything were to happen.
So in other words. DONT RUSH IT!....Taking your time is crucial.
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So in other words. DONT RUSH IT!....Taking your time is crucial.
You got it
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You got it
Since thats otta the way.....I pick out a good setup?
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Just got the block....looks awesome.....
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Okay I have decided to hold off on getting a Quad for a while. My initial plan is to pick up a Q9650 when Nehelam hits/makes LGA775 cpu's drop price....So my question is, should I even bother WC a E6420 now? I was thinking of just doing a 120.2 rad mounted in the top of a CM Cent. 590 case, with a MCP350 with a XSPC Res/top, with Swifty Apogee.....running 1/2" tubing.....or should I not even bother?
My last WC build was with an e6420 and hellz yea it was worth it. I had my e6420 at 3.6Ghz and I was idling at 24C and loading at 38-40C (with a 8800GT also in the loop). I used to idle on air higher than I loaded when I switched to water.
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My last WC build was with an e6420 and hellz yea it was worth it. I had my e6420 at 3.6Ghz and I was idling at 24C and loading at 38-40C (with a 8800GT also in the loop). I used to idle on air higher than I loaded when I switched to water.
With a 240 rad huh?
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