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No vinegar, or if you do, 1:10 vinegar-distilled water ratio so you don't corrode your rad; Juggalo states 1:4 in one of his videos but that's still too concentrated. But yes, until it's full, which can be quite a bit depending on the size of your rad (up to a few litres, I think). I've heard Simple Green works, too, but haven't seen it used and it may not be available in Denmark. Alternatively, if you're just after clearing out flux, fill it totally with 91% alcohol (not 70%) and leave it for 12-24 hours, then drain half of it, swish around the remaining half, drain, then flush with distilled, drain again, and it should be ready to use.
Its a 360 & 120 rad.
So. Connect pump. Some tubing (got 2m spare).
Fill res with distilled water. (1 part vinegar. 9 parts distilled water(?)). (Got 2 of those flow filters) let it run for 30 min without going dry. Empty the system.
Now. Fill the res with distilled water only. Remove 1 tube from the res, and place in bucket.
Keep on adding water for 1 min with pump running?
And then make leak test with final items?
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Edit; interrupted by that new EK block... see, that wasn't so hard to do it without the stupid circles again, was it? tongue.gif Looks great, now if only the plating prep could be sorted out it'd be perfect.
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Its a 360 & 120 rad.
So. Connect pump. Some tubing (got 2m spare).
Fill res with distilled water. (1 part vinegar. 9 parts distilled water(?)). (Got 2 of those flow filters) let it run for 30 min without going dry. Empty the system.
Now. Fill the res with distilled water only. Remove 1 tube from the res, and place in bucket.
Keep on adding water for 1 min with pump running?
And then make leak test with final items?
If you have a funnel you're better off filling the rads manually so you don't need to mess with connecting/disconnecting anything; but yes, 1 part vinegar to 9 parts distilled works. Fill the rads with that solution and let them sit for a while, maybe 6-12 hours, then follow the rest of what I laid out with the alcohol (which you should use instead if you can get it, but the diluted vinegar also works).
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Edit; interrupted by that new EK block... see, that wasn't so hard to do it without the stupid circles again, was it? tongue.gif Looks great, now if only the plating prep could be sorted out it'd be perfect.
If you have a funnel you're better off filling the rads manually so you don't need to mess with connecting/disconnecting anything; but yes, 1 part vinegar to 9 parts distilled works. Fill the rads with that solution and let them sit for a while, maybe 6-12 hours, then follow the rest of what I laid out with the alcohol (which you should use instead if you can get it, but the diluted vinegar also works).
I got no acces to the alcohol. Sooo. Whatcha suggest?
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I already laid out what to do with the diluted vinegar, so just go with that. wink.gif
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When i have to order something my girl tries to be comprensive and interested, but i know she thinks i'm just wasting money and doesn't give a ****. tongue.gif
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I already laid out what to do with the diluted vinegar, so just go with that. wink.gif
I got no idea what that is tongue.gif
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Heya I have two questions.

1. My buddy wants to waterblock his evga gtx 680 stock card and

2. I wanna get a block on my evga gtx 670ftw. According to guy I spoke with at evga he said my card was adjusted and wouldn't fit the original 680waterblocks they sell. Is he correct is there any way to tell for sure what will fit?

Any recommendations are greatly appreciated I also asked the question in the gtx 670 thread with no response...
http://www.overclock.net/t/1255980/official-nvidia-gtx-670-owners-club/2200_100#post_19326385
Thx

yes it sould work with a GTX 680 water block look at this ek cooling configurator this will help you

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But how much vinegar? Sso itss full? (Keep it in metric measurements please. I live in Denmark, and do not know what a gallon, inch etc is)
No vinegar, or if you do, 1:10 vinegar-distilled water ratio so you don't corrode your rad; Juggalo states 1:4 in one of his videos but that's still too concentrated. But yes, until it's full, which can be quite a bit depending on the size of your rad (up to a few litres, I think). I've heard Simple Green works, too, but haven't seen it used and it may not be available in Denmark. Alternatively, if you're just after clearing out flux, fill it totally with 91% alcohol (not 70%) and leave it for 12-24 hours, then drain half of it, swish around the remaining half, drain, then flush with distilled, drain again, and it should be ready to use.

This,although i just half fill with boiling distilled and shake with welder gloves.

No Acids or Alcohols (both can damage the paint finish and acids attack solder joints) should need to be used,the flux is water soluble normally.

The days of TA rads and great gobs of flux are over,most rads are very clean nowadays.
Edited by B NEGATIVE - 2/21/13 at 1:29am
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I got no idea what that is tongue.gif
The 1:9 vinegar/distilled mix that you asked about. wink.gif
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This,although i just half fill with boiling distilled and shake with welder gloves.

No Acids or Alcohols should need to be used,the flux is water soluble normally.
Right, forgot about that, though if the water doesn't get rid of it then 91% alcohol is preferred. If you're using Thermochill rads, you'll need it anyway.
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Alternatively,buy some sysclean.
You mean the stuff that has some amount of bleach in it, and this in the MSDS? tongue.gif
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Contact with metals such as aluminum, magnesium, tin, and zinc cause formation of flammable hydrogen gas.
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