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post #3901 of 3933 (permalink) Old 09-11-2019, 11:25 AM
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Still dont explain how the cpu block is like new.
It happens only in stagnant area's. So between the plexi and the block where there isn't a lot of flow.
Products with copper sulfate will cause this issue. PT nuke is one of them. It's fine in a copper loop, but not in a nickel loop.

Get some mayhems Inhibitor+ and biocide+. A bottle of each will last you a lifetime and it's super safe for nickel. Or use a Mayhems premix. Either option is fine.

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Buy at any store. The thickness is indicated in the manual.
Yap, the org. are light and dark purple but you can get any thermal pads as long as they are 0.5 and 1.0 mm
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Quote: Originally Posted by wot View Post
Thank you for that.
Still dont explain how the cpu block is like new? My last two gpu blocks also from watercool (780ti's) also looked like new. Maybe is my fault Ok but what bothers me is watercool support ignorance. I did send 2 msg from watercool site and 2 email to [email protected] and a post here...
Corrossiveprocesses happen faster and more aggressivly in areas where the liquid can interact over prolonged times. So they happen at stagnant areas much faster then in areas with high flow speed. The CPU block has virtually no stagnant area.
I only received one email to the support email address and replied to it after we checked and verified the process internally.


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Hello, I need replacement thermal pads for my Titan Xp. When I took my waterblock off for maintenance, the pads were hard and cracked/peeled after 1 year of usage.

Also, how is the shelf life of thermal pads? If I order two sets, can my extra piece be left in storage for 1-2 years?

@Watercool-Jakob - are thermal pads under warranty? If not, would these be the correct ones to order?

Replacement thermal pads for backplate for TITAN Xp
Product no.: 79463

Replacement thermal pads for HEATKILLER IV TITAN Xp
Product no.: 79368
This is the first time in 19 years that we heard about something like this. Pads usually only become hard when exposed to sunlight and oxigen. When installed in a block, they are usually protected against sunlight, and the contact to oxigen is very limited, so they usually last for years. As a gesture of good will, we will send you a new set free of charge. Please send me an email with your shipping address and phone number.


Shelf life depends on storage conditions: if in a sealed bag and protected against sun light, they last for 2-5 years.

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post #3904 of 3933 (permalink) Old 09-12-2019, 10:29 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Watercool-Jakob View Post
This is the first time in 19 years that we heard about something like this. Pads usually only become hard when exposed to sunlight and oxigen. When installed in a block, they are usually protected against sunlight, and the contact to oxigen is very limited, so they usually last for years. As a gesture of good will, we will send you a new set free of charge. Please send me an email with your shipping address and phone number.


Shelf life depends on storage conditions: if in a sealed bag and protected against sun light, they last for 2-5 years.

Hey Jakob, PM sent, thank you for your response. Can I get your email address as well if you would prefer contact through email?

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Hi everyone

long time i post something on OCN

i just finish 2 build for Asus ROG with the, so appreciate, help of Watercool and i just cant forget OCN

here the first one, the second , im under NDA until next week


how you like Heatkiller product in full white?????

the first one is named "Fleurs" and this one will be my fife's gaming pc
























a little teaser to the second one



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Hi everyone

long time i post something on OCN

i just finish 2 build for Asus ROG with the, so appreciate, help of Watercool and i just cant forget OCN

here the first one, the second , im under NDA until next week


how you like Heatkiller product in full white?????

the first one is named "Fleurs" and this one will be my fife's gaming pc
Beautiful! Your wife should be happy, as she has the most eye pleasing pc ever.
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Everyone is busy with modding, so here are my two cents
I've been planning SFF build for quite a while. Hope to finish it in near future.
First problem that I met is that HK tube D5 is too long for my build, even in it's 100 version.
So, presenting you brand new HK tube 50 D5 black edition (black tinted borosilicate glass).
I got 50mm black tinted glass tube and cut 50mm from struts and standpipe. Total height is 141 mm now, just as 140mm fan.
Looks bulky, but I like it.
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Everyone is busy with modding, so here are my two cents

I've been planning SFF build for quite a while. Hope to finish it in near future.

First problem that I met is that HK tube D5 is too long for my build, even in it's 100 version.

So, presenting you brand new HK tube 50 D5 black edition (black tinted borosilicate glass).

I got 50mm black tinted glass tube and cut 50mm from struts and standpipe. Total height is 141 mm now, just as 140mm fan.

Looks bulky, but I like it.
niiiiiiicer than nice!

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