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post #5571 of 105812
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Originally Posted by eclipseaudio4 View Post
leaks can introduce air into your system that would make it less efficient plus leaks will eventually leak onto your system even if you use something like paper towels or whatever at the leaks to stop them from leaking. All it would take would be one leak to not get totally absorbed and then you have a leak on your precious hardware. So leaks are bad leaks have to go leaks can not be bandaid fixed!

sorry could not help myself
oh you...

I have the answer, lay down the case on the side opposite of the MB tray, so when its leaks, the drops will fall on the side of the case and it wont hit your components! Genius !
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post #5572 of 105812
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oh you...

I have the answer, lay down the case on the side opposite of the MB tray, so when its leaks, the drops will fall on the side of the case and it wont hit your components! Genius !
or you could do it right and not have to worry about it....
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post #5573 of 105812
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or you could do it right and not have to worry about it....
One can never be too careful. Im one of those guys whos afraid something might break if I more than look at it
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post #5574 of 105812
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One can never be too careful. Im one of those guys whos afraid something might break if I more than look at it
leaks are not hard to fix and once you leak test without leaks you will not have to worry about it anymore.

you don't want any sort of lazy solution, trust me.
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leaks are not hard to fix and once you leak test without leaks you will not have to worry about it anymore.

you don't want any sort of lazy solution, trust me.
When it comes to tech Im anything but lazy. This is something I have great respect for and are very careful with. I was actually disappointed at how little time it took me to build my current rig and get everything working 100% stable. So I definitely wont try to jump the fence if I ever build a WC rig.
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post #5576 of 105812
I've honestly never really leak tested. I have good solid clamps on all my tubes and I've always discovered during the filling process if a clamp is too loose. I've also lugged my water-cooled rig all over the place without any issues. I put it behind the passenger seat and have the seat back as far as possible to keep it wedged in there nice and solid.

I guess I've changed systems/loops so often in the last 3 years that water-cooling has become an easy and enjoyable thing for me now. Leaks don't really tend to occur for me anymore (now that I've had the misfortune of being dumb enough to kill a component lol) so it's just pure enjoyment these days
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post #5577 of 105812
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I've honestly never really leak tested. I have good solid clamps on all my tubes and I've always discovered during the filling process if a clamp is too loose. I've also lugged my water-cooled rig all over the place without any issues. I put it behind the passenger seat and have the seat back as far as possible to keep it wedged in there nice and solid.

I guess I've changed systems/loops so often in the last 3 years that water-cooling has become an easy and enjoyable thing for me now. Leaks don't really tend to occur for me anymore (now that I've had the misfortune of being dumb enough to kill a component lol) so it's just pure enjoyment these days
Good to hear My buddy puts the seatbelt around his PC and monitor when transporting them ^^ like to kids in the backseat
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post #5578 of 105812
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Good to hear My buddy puts the seatbelt around his PC and monitor when transporting them ^^ like to kids in the backseat
my case doesn't fit in my back seat (or anywhere in the cab for that matter), I have to lay it flat in my trunk to take it anywhere.

I do buckle in my monitors when moving them though, it helps keep them stable a lot.
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i actually dragged my scout (unfinished as it may be) about an hour buckeled into the back seat of my car with out any thing to stabilize any thing but the back side panel to keep wires from getting hung up XD
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post #5580 of 105812
Kind blows a hole in my plan... I was planning on installing all the pieces then cutting the tubing and routing it all, taking it out of the computer and water testing it for a period. Reinstall with the water in the system and go.

But I guess that's impossible?
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