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theres not enough pressure from a normal faucet to break and/or bend the fins so you'll be ok
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If you bang the rad into the faucet, yes. Just don't do that...
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Originally Posted by Bouf0010 View Post

theres not enough pressure from a normal faucet to break and/or bend the fins so you'll be ok

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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post

If you bang the rad into the faucet, yes. Just don't do that...


What they said. thumb.gif
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Are there any motherboard blocks for the P67 Evo motherboard
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Are there any motherboard blocks for the P67 Evo motherboard

youd have to get something like this

http://www.ekwb.com/shop/ek-mosfet-asus-p8p67-acetal-nickel.html
post #26576 of 106449
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Originally Posted by steelkevin View Post

That wouldn't risk bending fins and breaking the rad ?
It's not only dust btw, there's some white spider web like thing on the sides.

I feel your pain. I've been there myself and it's pretty gross to handle. redface.gif

Besides running it through the faucet, you could make a warm bath with mild dish detergent and let the rads soak for an hour or so (maybe even longer). I used Palmolive with oxy clean and that reduced the smell significantly. Unfortunately for me though, the dust and debris was really caked on there so I couldn't get everything out. Assuming your situation is not nearly as bad as it looking like something was growing on it, the soak may just do the trick.

Good luck with it! thumb.gif
     
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post #26577 of 106449
Swapped out my Mountan Mods for a Caselabs and added a bunch of radiators. I should never need a new case again rolleyes.gif I need to re-sleave some of my black cables yet but for now it is good enough.

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post #26578 of 106449
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Originally Posted by Bouf0010 View Post

theres not enough pressure from a normal faucet to break and/or bend the fins so you'll be ok
XD I'll keep that in mind.
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Originally Posted by covert ash View Post

I feel your pain. I've been there myself and it's pretty gross to handle. redface.gif
Besides running it through the faucet, you could make a warm bath with mild dish detergent and let the rads soak for an hour or so (maybe even longer). I used Palmolive with oxy clean and that reduced the smell significantly. Unfortunately for me though, the dust and debris was really caked on there so I couldn't get everything out. Assuming your situation is not nearly as bad as it looking like something was growing on it, the soak may just do the trick.
Good luck with it! thumb.gif
Actually... it might look like something's growing on it. Let me get some photos.



The other sides of the rads are totally clean.
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Swapped out my Mountan Mods for a Caselabs and added a bunch of radiators. I should never need a new case again rolleyes.gif I need to re-sleave some of my black cables yet but for now it is good enough.

Oh good, not this again...

If you use a Razer sticker it's obviously that you really like the company and their products. So how comes you wouldn't know which way their logo goes (it's literally on all their products) ?

The rig's insane btw. That case is HUGE and you've really got a lot of rad (area/surface) for only a CPU/Mobo.
Edited by steelkevin - 9/3/12 at 8:07am
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post #26579 of 106449
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XD I'll keep that in mind.
Actually... it might look like something's growing on it. Let me get some photos. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)


The other sides of the rads are totally clean.

It almost looks like someone did some drywall patching and sanding near their computer and it got sucked into the rad. To get in there i would prob use a really soft bristle toothbrush or something similar - paying really close attention to the fins to not damage them.
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hahah french dr pepper looks so funny smile.gif
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