Don't know much about watercooling, but make sure to dry off all visible liquid off the equipment before plugging it in again. then maybe a touch of alcohol in the hard to reach places. Sorry to hear that bro
Originally Posted by r34p3rex
Completely air it out for at least 72 hours.. also, try using some 91% isopropyl alcohol to get off any gunk that may be on your components
The number one mistake people make when trying to recover something from water damage is to "test" out the thing before it is fully dry
Originally Posted by imadude10
Wow, hope everything still works. I've dried wet cell phones in Ziplock bags with rice in them. The rice absorbs the moisture and the cell phones work flawlessly 48hrs later.
Originally Posted by iquark
EDIT: Almost forgot, you can take a hair dryer with the coil turned off and blow out any crevices to help get any trapped water out. Do this before and after the 24 hour drying time. An air compressor works better however.
Originally Posted by NoodleGTS
Wow thanks for all the hits guys, it's like 4 am and I just posted this...
I think the threads on the apogee weren't drilled correctly because my D-tek fittings that I use on EVERYTHING (gpu blocks, cpu block, pump, res, etc...) didn't fit on it. I had to use the fittings that came with it (not nearly as good). The fittings suck and you don't even have enough space to clamp the tubes on because they're too close together. Had to clamp only one of them. Ironically that's the one that leaked. I think it leaked from under the fitting too, as well as from other parts of the block. Just from everywhere... another faulty swiftech block... I HATE Swiftech so much right now. This is the second major leak I've had due to their products (2/2). And I did leak test.. I always do. It just started leaking randomly.