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What about something like this to remove the nickel plating from my blocks?

MetalX B-9 Nickel Stripper
post #66472 of 107091
I can't wait to rebuild my loop... I guess I'll wait till I get a new CPU/Motherboard before I do that though. Theyr'e right around the corner, and my MSI Z77A-GD65 and 2700K are getting rather dated thumb.gif
     
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I can't wait to rebuild my loop... I guess I'll wait till I get a new CPU/Motherboard before I do that though. Theyr'e right around the corner, and my MSI Z77A-GD65 and 2700K are getting rather dated thumb.gif

How so? SB on average overclocks a lot higher than Haswell, and doesnt perform much worse clock for clock.
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Did it actually increase temps? That would be enough room for some heat to escape alright, but still unless you have some airflow it is going to get trapped in there and just radiate back at itself. The card may not make enough heat to matter though. I suppose you just have to monitor the card temps and see if they go up, also you could check by feeling the acrylic after some heavy stress testing and if it is warm to the touch that may give you an idea how much heat is being put off and how much it is retaining. At least it looks cool tongue.gif

no after gaming all day i see lower temps with the new setup.thumb.gif
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What about something like this to remove the nickel plating from my blocks?



MetalX B-9 Nickel Stripper


I would ask about that. It says stripping nickel from steel which is a lot harder than copper.

looked a bit harder and says its safe to use on copper.
   
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I would ask about that. It says stripping nickel from steel which is a lot harder than copper.

looked a bit harder and says its safe to use on copper.

Eh, worth a shot I suppose. Certainly a lot cheaper than buyer three new blocks. Unless the new nickel plated blocks are safer, I'll be running copper in my next build...
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Eh, worth a shot I suppose. Certainly a lot cheaper than buyer three new blocks. Unless the new nickel plated blocks are safer, I'll be running copper in my next build...

I would still run anti-corrosive either way. nickel or copper.
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Originally Posted by skupples View Post

I would still run anti-corrosive either way. nickel or copper.

Plan to. I recently purchased a couple bottles of Mayhems Pastel black.

I will give this stripper a shot within the next month and report back with before and after pics.
post #66479 of 107091
Would a silver kill coil work well in an all copper loop?
post #66480 of 107091
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Would a silver kill coil work well in an all copper loop?

In an all copper loop you shouldn't have any problems using a silver kill coil.
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