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Old 08-10-13, 01:43 PM
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could do with a picture that's bigger than 'for ants' mode to really judge it :P But it does look a little hellish in there layout wise

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Old 08-10-13, 03:26 PM
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could do with a picture that's bigger than 'for ants' mode to really judge it :P But it does look a little hellish in there layout wise
here is some larger pics for you well the best i can do anyways lol.
And yes it was a pain in the a++ let me know if your wanting any other pics and i will see what i can do (dont want to overload the site with big images)
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Old 06-08-14, 08:09 PM
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I am doing a benchtest and no matter what I do, I cant get rid of that air bubble
in my RES. No matter what I lift up or shake or anything, I cant put any more
water in the res. What to do ??? Thanks ( This is my first attempt at full system, I have a H100i on the PC im typing on and wanted to test the sytem before install.
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Old 06-09-14, 10:56 AM
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Nice vid Mr Tom , very insightful Even my son texted the youtube link to his friends .
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Thank you for the wonderful guide! It definitely helped alot!
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What is the best way to clean an old loop? I've never been able to afford a loop but then an old lady droped of a bunsh of stuff at my work including a feiggen swiftec watter cooling loop but I need to clean out the elgey and replace tubing. I bought white viniger and orange juice today. Would that help? Along with warm watter? It still has 1 of those amazing swiftec pumps I dont wanna damage it.
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Old 23-04-17, 05:36 PM
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What is the best way to clean an old loop? I've never been able to afford a loop but then an old lady droped of a bunsh of stuff at my work including a feiggen swiftec watter cooling loop but I need to clean out the elgey and replace tubing. I bought white viniger and orange juice today. Would that help? Along with warm watter? It still has 1 of those amazing swiftec pumps I dont wanna damage it.
Mayhem does a kit called blitz. Or you can use white distilled vinegar with distilled water but that will not kill the algae etc.
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