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post #5841 of 106060
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wow... if it is that bad you clean it by getting a new one...

will water not flow through it at all?
It flows its just that everytime i Flush it a Ton of Flakes come out :/
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post #5842 of 106060
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It flows its just that everytime i Flush it a Ton of Flakes come out :/
fill it half way with vinegar, plug the holes with your thumbs and shake the hell out of it. then rinse it out and repeat until nothing else comes out.
post #5843 of 106060
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It flows its just that everytime i Flush it a Ton of Flakes come out :/
were you using tap water or something? vinegar like kevingreenbmx suggested should work, but if its as bad as you said, you may need to buy some of this alkaline radiator cleaner.
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were you using tap water or something? vinegar like kevingreenbmx suggested should work, but if its as bad as you said, you may need to buy some of this alkaline radiator cleaner.
Nah i was Using Distilled with Silver,
But the thing is i have two rads one that i use and one that i don't use yet.
Im using a Thermochill PA120.3 the old version that i got from Someone on here,
I flushed it a couple times when i got it but i didn't give it too much thought...

After a while i noticed Stains in my Res and thus i come to find out i have the Dirtiest Rad on the Eastern Seaboard...

Im flushing it right now with just hot boiling tap water, but im headed to the store to get some 3 gallons of Distilled and such.

PS. the other rad is a 480 Feser, that i have yet to Flush or use but its brand new so i don't know yet
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post #5845 of 106060
Should I change my MCP655 pump for a MCP335 pump? I have an EK X-top for the D5. It's huge. I want to put my pump right behind my bay res..

What's the different between these 2 that makes the 30$ difference?

http://www.dazmode.com/store/index.p...roducts_id=835

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http://www.dazmode.com/store/index.p...roducts_id=778

If I do change, I will definitely get a top..
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post #5846 of 106060
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Should I change my MCP655 pump for a MCP335 pump? I have an EK X-top for the D5. It's huge. I want to put my pump right behind my bay res..

What's the different between these 2 that makes the 30$ difference?

http://www.dazmode.com/store/index.p...roducts_id=835

and

http://www.dazmode.com/store/index.p...roducts_id=778

If I do change, I will definitely get a top..
since you already have a 655, if you want to put your pump in your bay, i suggest an xspc bay res pump top. i'm really happy with mine.
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post #5847 of 106060
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since you already have a 655, if you want to put your pump in your bay, i suggest an xspc bay res pump top. i'm really happy with mine.
well not really right behind. just right below it in that area right behind the fan controller i guess. I like the EK spin reservoir so I'm going to keep that.

Since i'm going to be putting a 240 rad on the bottom of the case, I need to put the pump else where =)
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I changed my block today, think i must have split some water at some point, and didn't notice, powered it up a few times to get all the air out, then... my board died reached in and felt some moisture on the board so I'm positive that's what i killed, 2nd board I've killed in the last 30 days Oh well, I wanted a Rampage III anyway
    
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post #5849 of 106060
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I changed my block today, think i must have split some water at some point, and didn't notice, powered it up a few times to get all the air out, then... my board died reached in and felt some moisture on the board so I'm positive that's what i killed, 2nd board I've killed in the last 30 days Oh well, I wanted a Rampage III anyway
sucks

go for the Extreme

edit: Im having woes with my new fermi too (no water btw ), and newegg is out-of-stock, so I might get a refund, I wants another card
post #5850 of 106060
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Should I change my MCP655 pump for a MCP335 pump? I have an EK X-top for the D5. It's huge. I want to put my pump right behind my bay res..

What's the different between these 2 that makes the 30$ difference?

http://www.dazmode.com/store/index.p...roducts_id=835

and

http://www.dazmode.com/store/index.p...roducts_id=778

If I do change, I will definitely get a top..
well, the main difference is head pressure. If you're wanting to run cpu block, gpu block (or two) plus the mobo blocks and NB blocks etc, you'll want to grab the Laing High Pressure DDC. its got a lot more head pressure than that 655 you have. The 655 flows more, but at a lower head pressure, thereby its not going to cool the more restrictive loops such as the one i just mentioned
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