Originally Posted by Akhen
Ring didnt work but I managed to get it working with some epoxy glue like Renegade suggested to me and I managed to fix the problem. I started up everything was fine, temps where a little better arround 43 idle 50 load. I was decently pleased so I started up Oblivion and after 25 minutes into it my video card shut off completely, mind you the rest of the system was up and running.
I cold boot restart and now I get nothing out the entire system wont even post.
Thanks for the help everyone but now I guess I have another problem on my hands =/
Glad that epoxy worked for you. Just so everyone understands what I told him to do, here's the brief rundown. I got the same kind of Via Aqua from fstfrddy and had the same issue (my own fault, I dropped the pump onto the top fitting) of a crack where the top fitting goes in. What I said to do was to remove any old glue he put on and to put fresh teflon on the threads of the barb. Then, to slather the threads of the barb in epoxy and thread it in. This takes care of sealing the crack from the inside and around the top. Then I said to cover the crack on the outside with epoxy and let that stuff cure for a good 3 hours (I told him to use 5 minute epoxy which cures fully in an hour according to the label). I haven't had an issue since. So, just in case someone cracks a pump housing, there is how you fix it.
Now for the vid card. Make sure the power connector to the vid card is in good and tight. That usually is the cause.