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I have the feeling people only read the first post
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Put the soaked parts next to a dehumidifier for a day or two I did this when I had a leak that filled most the bottom of my case and PSU.
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I have the feeling people only read the first post
I read them all. Even the ones where you admitted to being "lazy" to the point where you "didn't even want to take out the PSU." That's when I said to myself, "if he doesn't care at all about his rig, then why should I?"
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I read them all. Even the ones where you admitted to being "lazy" to the point where you "didn't even want to take out the PSU." That's when I said to myself, "if he doesn't care at all about his rig, then why should I?"
I do care about it, dont take me wrong. its just that its not a fully modular PSU, and I had all the wires laid beautifully behind the case, and it took me a long session to get it like that.

The way I dried it was having the oven on full, and the Fan blowing inside it, and it worked really good, the whole PSU was hot when I decided to go for it.
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I am glad it worked out for you.

Only comment would be with a sig rig name like "The One and Only" I would be a heck of a lot more anal about it and just take the extra precaution. With this thought in mind while doing it...

I can make it look even better this time!


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Thanks for the concern all, I came here asking for help because I generally thought I was going to use the opinions you were going to have.

But it seems I was so ignorant that I thought I already had the solution, and just made the post because I didnt have anything else to do really.

Ive plugged everything up and am sitting on it, typing now, and its working like a charm. need to get that 2nd GPU a waterblock though, will be more carefull that time, and actually take out the PSU before I unplug any tubing

+rep to those I feel have helped or have come with good comments
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well since u had the on psu who could always altest boil an egg
glad it worked out
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