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not sure silicone could hold the pressure, im sure it would look more clear but i think it would be too soft to hold the pressure.

the cracks are so thin i could sand off any excess glue so its flat with the waterblock if any of it turns yellow.
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Why not RMA ?
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post #13 of 13
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Originally Posted by blostorm View Post
Why not RMA ?
Ek blocks have a sticker on the side that tears in half when you open up the block, the sticker says warrenty void if removed.

the blocks are sealed in a factory and there never really meant to be opened up, i only did it because i had bits of metal or somthing floating around my loop :S
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