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hope this helps btw
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No, you want to disconnect the PSU from everything in your case except the pump. 24pin motherboard, cpu cable, GPU cable, HDDs, etc. Then jump the psu to turn on the pump. That way nothing in your computer is actually on while you fill the loop.
How does one jump the PSU to start it without powering the motehrboard? I don't have a power supply tester.
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Riiight, but shoudn't I stick the one into the black ground one first, then the gree? Seems safer... Anyway thanks for the help, so just mount everything, plug in only the pump, fill it up, and hope there's not water spraying everywhere, is that the basic idea?
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Yep.

Doesn't matter if you plug green or black first.
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Yep.

Doesn't matter if you plug green or black first.
Only if you touch it to metal... Ever heard of wireless electricity?
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Riiight, but shoudn't I stick the one into the black ground one first, then the gree? Seems safer... Anyway thanks for the help, so just mount everything, plug in only the pump, fill it up, and hope there's not water spraying everywhere, is that the basic idea?
Install paper clip first when power is disconnected/button is in OFF position. After paper clip is in place just reconnect power.
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Only if you touch it to metal... Ever heard of wireless electricity?
I have heard of transferring electricity through magnetic induction, although I'm not sure how this pertains to your powersupply. ???

It's fine if the paperclip touches your case or your hand or anything, it's using a nominal voltage that won't do anything.
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