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post #4601 of 105860
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Kevin, the embedded spreadsheet isn't working.
how about now?
post #4602 of 105860
hey guys, i have disassembled my loop to instal the GPU blocks and the new rads and when i pulled it apart I went to clean my CPU block and it was pretty gross:



evidently i had a tinny piece of tubing floating around in there:







now this is why I am posting:



What is all that black stuff? It is all over the inside of the block and appears to be actaully forming on the copper. Is it some sort of corrosion? I am only using distilled water and PT Nuke and I am pretty sure none of the parts in my loop contain aluminum.

here are the parts that where in that loop just in case:

mcp355 with bitspower mini res top
swiftech mcr 320 rad
heatkiller 3.0 lt cpu block
EK x58 3x SLI classified full board block
bitspower matte black compressions

any idea what is up?
post #4603 of 105860
It's just oxidation. Same thing happened to me, except mine looked a bit worse.
post #4604 of 105860
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It's just oxidation. Same thing happened to me, except mine looked a bit worse.
ah, ok. thanks!
post #4605 of 105860
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how about now?
Working fine on my end. I switched from WIE to Chrome a few months back, now the links work just fine. Takes a bit of time to load up, but it works
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post #4606 of 105860
yup, happened to all my copper blocks . thats one of the reasons I switched to nickel plating. I hope my blocks look pretty decent when I pull everything in a couple of months or so.
post #4607 of 105860
hey guys, the o ring on my EK HF full nickel ripped but thankfully nothing leaked. wehre can i get a replacement one?
post #4608 of 105860
Got a new rad today, going to pull everything apart and give it a nice cleaning when I'm off work. Its been awhile since I took my hk apart, hope it isn't bad.
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post #4609 of 105860
Just finished putting both my GTX 470s under water in my Silverstone Raven RV02.

Here's a list of the components:
1. i7 930 @ 4.0 GHz
2. EK Supreme HF Copper
3. Asus P6X58D Premium
4. Kingston HyperX 3x2GB DDR3
5. 2 x EK GTX 470 Copper Block
6. 2 x EVGA GTX 470
7. Swiftech MCR320
8. 3 x Scythe Slipstream 120 Slim
9. 3 x Silverstone Air Penetrator 180mm
10. WD 640GB Black
11. Mix of 1/2 barbs and 7/16-5/8 BP compression fittings
12. 7/16-5/8 Masterkleer tubing

And some pictures:









I still have a bit of tidying up to do, i.e. sleeving, and will be trying to mount a reservoir at the end of the second GPU once I manage to remove the two stuck male-male adapters from my old Swiftech micro-res.
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