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I don't know how much, but you won't be allowed to sell here. You need 35 rep to sell, I think.
You can sell over at anandtech forums though.
And glad to hear about the temps.
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This is why i am terrified of trying custom build water coolers, sure it's great way to learn and use but leaking water just scares me. Self Liquid coolers is the way to go imo but I DO wanna do custom water cooling but i'm scared i'm gonna screw it up.
post #43 of 46
lol the second i looked at the pic iwth the arrows, i thought to myself...OH GOD, people are going to post and think he has two inlets. and guess what? i was right hahah.

but, yeah, either get compression fittings, or use the clamps. the kit comes with enough. also, i find that sometimes when u put tubing over the block, the pressure of the tubes ( if it's bending ) may loosen the barbs/fittings, this usually causes a small/slow leak, so nothing to worry about.
    
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post #44 of 46
Make sure you put clamps on all your other fittings too, it will take longer for them to work thief way loose since they are not on the direct heat source, but without lamps they WILL come loose eventually. And keep in mind that even "non conductive" coolants will become conductive over time.
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Glad to hear it worked... Don't forget to give me some Rep+ HAHA
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I wasnt trying to sell here lol, I got a guy who wanted to buy it off of kijiji for 350, just curious if that sounds about right, most system ive sold lately have been i3/i5 so I just wasnt aware of the current price of the previous gen systems. and yea I know the coolant will become conductive over time, but lucky for me its only been 2 weeks lol. oh, and did i mention that a few days before my wc kit arrived, I spilled iced tea all over the inside of my computer while I was watching a video? im no expert, but I think iced tea is conductive lol, thats what started this whole leak mess, cause it caused one of my PCI slots to become faulty, and thats when this all started.

Yea I shouldnt have posted that pic lol, confused the hell out of everyone
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