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one 655 will be enough.
NOt enough for one MCP350????
Edited by yoyo711 - 6/25/11 at 9:44pm
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post #8312 of 13773
How can i clean out my 120 and 240Rad + Tubing?
I just dismantled my WC loop because of the tubing discoloration and little pieces in my Res (from the Rad) Just little bits that were never cleaned out properly.
Hot white vinegar in a bucket and just dump it all in there?
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post #8313 of 13773
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Originally Posted by SadistBlinx View Post
How can i clean out my 120 and 240Rad + Tubing?
I just dismantled my WC loop because of the tubing discoloration and little pieces in my Res (from the Rad) Just little bits that were never cleaned out properly.
Hot white vinegar in a bucket and just dump it all in there?
I'm no expert in this, but from what I hear, you have one of two options;
1. Boil water, let it cool down (I don't know how long), then put it into your Rad. Plug it up, shake it several times, repeat. For the final clean, rinse with distilled water.
2. Mix a solution comprised of 10% white vinegar and 90% water. Put the solution into your Rad. Plug it up, shake it, repeat several times. For the final clean, you probably want to rinse the inside several times with distilled water.
I'm pretty sure these are the conventional cleaning methods...might want to wait for confirmation though

EDIT: I have no idea how to clean tubing...if it's discolored, I'd probably just go ahead and get new ones =\\
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post #8314 of 13773
>_> Took apart my cpu block and found some nasty stuff....
Here are the pics on the thread i made about it.
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...l#post14009747

Ugh

Btw i cant get that dang rubber seal back in!
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post #8315 of 13773
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>_> Took apart my cpu block and found some nasty stuff....
Here are the pics on the thread i made about it.
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...l#post14009747

Ugh

Btw i cant get that dang rubber seal back in!
Ugh!

That Im sure will never happen to my loop. I am using 15% car coolant in my loop.

You can clean your block using lemon and table salt. Cut lemon into 2 and dip the lemon in a table salt. Use the lemon as a scrub. Your block will go back to its original look, nice and spanking new after a series of rubbing.

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Got my XSPC Rasa 750 RS 360 earlier this week







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post #8317 of 13773
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I'm no expert in this, but from what I hear, you have one of two options;
1. Boil water, let it cool down (I don't know how long), then put it into your Rad. Plug it up, shake it several times, repeat. For the final clean, rinse with distilled water.
2. Mix a solution comprised of 10% white vinegar and 90% water. Put the solution into your Rad. Plug it up, shake it, repeat several times. For the final clean, you probably want to rinse the inside several times with distilled water.
I'm pretty sure these are the conventional cleaning methods...might want to wait for confirmation though

EDIT: I have no idea how to clean tubing...if it's discolored, I'd probably just go ahead and get new ones =\\
I mixed those two step together and had great results.

1:10 distilled vinegar to water solution, boiled. I didn't wait for it to cool off though. Clean my waterblocks with it, barbs, and radiator. I also used lemon juice (high acidic concentration) to clean off the gunk off the waterblock.

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Originally Posted by SadistBlinx View Post
How can i clean out my 120 and 240Rad + Tubing?
I just dismantled my WC loop because of the tubing discoloration and little pieces in my Res (from the Rad) Just little bits that were never cleaned out properly.
Hot white vinegar in a bucket and just dump it all in there?
You want to use new tubing, not worth the hassle or risk on reusing old tubing.

Once I get some cash I'm getting black 1/2" tubing. I heard blocking the sun from your loop decreases chances of any type of algae forming.
Edited by giganews35 - 6/26/11 at 8:43am
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It's so hot today. My CPU is loading 8 degrees higher than at night.
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It's so hot today. My CPU is loading 8 degrees higher than at night.
My Rig is standing next to the A/C vent

Folding 4.0 Ghz 1.45v at 39-41C.. I love hot days...because I know for sure the A/C will be on. lol
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NOt enough for one MCP350????
if you want its also possible. and stop using so many question marks..
     
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