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Old 09-15-2006, 08:03 AM   #11 (permalink)
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yeah, i would rec taking the system out first.

daaaaamn... i just read your sig... thats a bangin rig dude
u score alil less than 2x higher than me on 3dmark06 :amazed:

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Old 09-15-2006, 08:50 AM   #12 (permalink)
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I would take it out, but my resevoir lines go through the top of my case.. so i cant lol. will have to dismantle it inside the case
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yikes, get a bucket and a tube. syphen (sp?) out the reservior and disconnect from the tube coming out the bottom and drain it from the top down. you'll prob spill if you do it from the bottom. good luck!
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mines got that, only on the brass or copperfittings, like the top and bottom conenctions in the pump and the blocks btu if you have all platic dont worry about

only worry if there are big peices flowing thourgh or if it clumps and clogs it, mine is a very little amount and it sticks to the metals, only come off when you wipe it
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if u got copper fittings, the green stuff could be patina (oxidized copper), but it wouldnt be slimey. I'd get the stuff outta there personally.
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what kind of temps are you getting w/ that water system?
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when i oc it to 3gmz, it hits about 35*C max load,, idles at 32*C... when it is on the stock 2.6ghz, max is 32*C, idles at 29*C.

The graphics cards idle at 40 and max is 46.
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