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Major leak on the ek sli bridge block! possible leak on the blank link and the bottom link. seems like only the bottom card got a bit of liquid. there's a puddle inside my case, thankfully all components are raised a bit. Gonna take apart the 2nd card and dry it out and redo, there goes my leak-free streak .
how does that block work? like, how does it connect to each card's block?
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how does that block work? like, how does it connect to each card's block?
yep
Its like a mother Block sitting a top the others, Which are connected to each block to form the loop
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I think I might have found my error, I used one of the short screws where the instructions say to use a longer one.


You have to get these links that attach to the gpu block, then you screw in the sli bridge to the these links.
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yep
Its like a mother Block sitting a top the others, Which are connected to each block to form the loop
I know that much, I have one of the HK ones. I want to know, specifically for that product, what type of screws and threads and gaskets it uses...

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I think I might have found my error, I used one of the short screws where the instructions say to use a longer one.


You have to get these links that attach to the gpu block, then you screw in the sli bridge to the these links.
any chance you can post some pics of the bottom of the block and how it interfaces with the GPU blocks?
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ok, this was a major moment. In a rush to set this up before work, I didnt read the instructions carefully, and i used the wrong screws in some parts. Yes, there is a reason why they include instructions, for impatient people like me to fix my stupidity. Ok, Ill try to complete it tonight and run the pumps only for leak testing as Im letting the case air dry for a day, and pics tonight.


Edited by wermad - 10/14/10 at 6:23pm
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@wermad,

But wait.. there's more!





Just yanking your chain. We all make mistakes every once in a while.
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I deserves it for rushing through it . I failed today
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decided to pull the trigger on a universal block this week instead of building a case. with new vegas around the corner, these 70c+ gaming temps won't do.
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which one, if I may ask, ?
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picked up a bnib koolance 210 for $20.
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