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Old 05-28-2009, 08:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey I have a liquid cooled computer and I need to change the coolant, I have no clue how one goes about doing this, anyone able to help out with this???

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Pictures would go a very long way here.

Is this a custom water cooling loop/computer, or a prebuilt one?

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I just suck what I can out of the rez with my slightly modified flavor injector (looks like a BIG needle) and let it trickle back down and keep doing it until gravity won't effect it any more..

I picked this up at Wall-Mart and clipped the sharp tip off..

Call me crazy or just a greahead, but I take one loose line, put the other loose line in your spill tank and blow in the other one.. That pushes a lot of it out, just DON'T SWALLOW any of it. I know automotive coolant can kill you, no lie.. I forgot what the difference is exactly. You may have to take the radiator apart individually and drain it. But if the lines are drained, 10-1 the blocks are drained as well.

How much of your system is liquid cooled? Just the CPU? CPU and GPU? and yes, need pics and details.
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