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Old 04-09-2009, 09:13 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Default Re: Dead x58: check. Dead i7: not sure yet

Tragic accident there mate. But we're only human right? we're bound to make mistakes.
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I was overdue to kill something with water. I should be able to get the board replaced, not sure how hard it is to RMA a chip to intel.
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So now you have a dead core i7 and a new one? What are you gonna do when the RMA comes back?
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haha! I thought that in watercooling loops you were either supposed to use Distilled water or a special coolant in your loop to prevent shortage when and if any seals were bad?
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haha! I thought that in watercooling loops you were either supposed to use Distilled water or a special coolant in your loop to prevent shortage when and if any seals were bad?
I'm using distilled water. But NOTHING is nonconductive if give enough time exposed to air. Unless you wanna bring that 100 dollar an ounce? litre? stuff that they use for the submerged cooling stuff.

So let my stupidity be a lesson for everyone. Double check that nothing is plugged in other than your pumps when leak testing.
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