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Old 18-02-13, 10:04 AM
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Best way to drain my loop?

Hi guys

Its time to re build my loop as its quite dusty now and the water has been in there over a year.

Heres a pic:



I know its quite dusty lol

i have no idea how to drain it so need ideas.

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Old 18-02-13, 10:07 AM
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Take the rad out and pop a hose off.

If you are worried take your psu out.
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Old 18-02-13, 12:18 PM
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I cover everything at the bottom in kitchen roll, then get a big jug, put it under the graphics card, then unscrew one of the caps on the bottom.

Or, get an M20 to 1/4inch thread like:
http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/...pid-17357.html
Assuming you have an M20 fill port in the reservoir - then attach a fitting and tubing to it, and tip up your case to just use that as a spout.
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Old 20-02-13, 01:15 PM
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Thansk guys, in the end i used james idea of unscrewing one of the caps under the graphics card, went surpisingly well! lol
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Old 20-02-13, 10:20 PM
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The state of your pc is criminal lmao

That's more dust than I've been cleaning out of pcs at work and they've had unfiltered intakes for 2 years in a room that houses a max of 121~ smelly teenage kids at a time.

At least screw some kind of filter to that rear intake!
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Old 21-02-13, 01:53 AM
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That is rather surprising to see. You have to keep it clean or the water cooling is just a waste of money.
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