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If You have a simple cpu only loop, i'm guessing here from your sig. then you can do what i do, as my rad and cpu clock are a piece of cake to remove and my res is bay mounted, i simply take everything out the front drive bays, as there is enough room if i take out the dvd drive then everything just slips through in one piece, then once out draining is pretty easy as you don't need to worry about the mess, and you can leak test out of the case then simply do the same to refit the loop.

if this is not an option then maybe think about adding a splitter and a fill/drain line into the system which makes it a doddle. though i don't anymore as like a really clean look
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No, I have dual GPU+CPU and some day will add another RAD and vreg blocks.
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