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Hi guys, i just bought the koolance cpu350, its second handed, and i just realized out that theres some green junk inside the water blobk, ´´´´´´´´´´Ã* was wondering if some of you know how to open 'n clean the cpu waterblock, also, is there a coolant that will never make those green junk appear, wich will make the water flow more restrictive? btw ill be using this cpu block with a thermaltake p500 pump, its just for the cpu

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Not sure how to open it, but never use colored or dyed coolant. Thats what will happen. Just get some distilled water at the grocery store, and some pt nuke or a silver coil.
    
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I would send it back and make sure he refunds you the money
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Here's some instructions:

http://www.koolance.com/support/file...50_d101eng.pdf

There should be screws on the block that allow you to separate the acrylic from the cold plate. That muck in there is dye that separated from coolant and gunked up the block...it can be cleaned off with a little ketchup and salt (or lemon juice and salt) and a toothbrush. Be careful though...the gasket (o-ring) in the block is easily damaged (it may already be worn) and you may need to replace it. Also, be sure to line up the acrylic top as it shows in the directions when you are rebuilding it.
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