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Well I got this with the system:

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/69...ml?id=bWycaawe

and its in there now, so I guess its too late.

Also, I dont have a UV light, but there is a snowstorm today so I can get one tomorrow.

Now to let it flow for a couple of hours while I play Assassins creed.

edit:
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I never knew it would do that....
its too late now I guess; its an i7 930 too....

any recommendations?
Edited by eurosport360 - 12/26/10 at 4:31pm
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its not too late. you could easily drain the loop at the lowest point, and run some water through it to clean it out, then fill it up with some distilled water and on your next order get a kill coil. Dont leave yourself the pain of having to deal with cleaning the block up when it gets gunked, adn then possibly destroying your cpu from lack of water supply
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All you have to do is drain the loop??

1 - First unplug the motherboard, gpu, ODD, and hard drive (everything but the pump). Get a paper clip and un bend it. Grab the 24 pin and place one end in pin with the green wire and the other end in the pin with a black wire coming out of it. This will allow you to turn the power supply on and give the pump power.

2 - Undo one of the hoses and drain any fluid you can get out of your loop.

3 - Place the hose that comes out of the pump into the empty bucket. Since your pump is in the reservoir you have to continuously be filling the reservoir up with distilled water as to make sure it does not run dry. Some people may recommend using a 5% vinegar solution but since you just put the fluid in you should be fine with plain distilled water. I would run at least a gallons worth (More if possible) through it trying to get all the fluid out.

4 - After that just fill it back up with water. Place a kill coil in the reservoir or add af ew drops of PT-Nuke and you're good to go.
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VW- you're 100% right sir. good job on the explanation of what he has to do. I second the kill coil, and yeah, a vinegar solution for cleaning it out may work better than hot water, but meh..
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Thanks guys for the responses

some final questions...

How long does it usually take for the UV fluid to corrode and leave that gunk in your system? Is it also easy to clean that gunk off your CPU block once its there? Does the fluid damage your pump? Does it also clog your hoses over time?

Also, if I were to clean it out, would I have to pull off the hoses, or should I use a giant plastic syringe to suck all of the liquid out.
Pulling out the hoses is really hard, however. I dont think you can do it without breaking something. The suction is very powerful.


Also, in general, what is a kill coil and pt-nuke?
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Usually the damage shown takes time to occur. Generally the CPU block can be easily cleaned, as well as the pump, but the reservoir and any other acrylic parts along with the tubing will usually be permanently stained to the color of the dye.

If you want to run it for a week or two while you find some PT-Nuke or Silver kill coil and some distilled water that's fine, you won't have any of the issues discussed in this thread.
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