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Discussion in 'Cases, Modding & Electronics' started by DaMulta, Jul 7, 2008.

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    Sucks up all that deliciously warm PCB-tasting air.
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    de.das.dude Pro Indian Modder

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    use nailpolish remover. works wonders.
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    Or just pure ethanol!
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    tigger I'm the only one

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    I tried Coollaboratory Liquid Ultra ages ago, I don't like it, it's cock to clean off the IHS and the cooler/water block.
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    pure ethanol can be corrosive to some plastics. so its best to try rubbing alcohol first.
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    Or a 50/50 mixture of bleach and ammonia
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    There wont be any thermal compound left, or cooler. Or even a person.
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    why not 80% H2SO4(v/v) and 20% HNO3(v/v)
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    Use Terpentine. It will take you 2 min. max. Very effective. Use small amount, barely to wet the soft cloth. I use it with my bike all the time. It dissolves everything from residual glue from stickers on the frame to degreasing components I need to clean and lubricate again. I have never had anything that it can't deal with so far. I don't believe it's gonna damage the copper base of the cooler.
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    I love a man that knows his acids.
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    aqua regia was it? i forget my chemistry XD
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    more pics less words pls
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    I dont think your suppose to mix bleach and ammonia. Bad advice. Makes some kinda sarin gas
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    Moar Pictures Pleasez!
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    Right, can permanently blind you. Had a friend unknowingly do this, and he was unable to see for a couple of weeks. PLease do not do this.
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    Work in progress this is my last update after i will post the final pics of my new system in Case Mode Gallery thread.

    CPU and GPU will be watercooled.

    Hope it ends well.

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    Six months without cleaning with positive pressure and filters. Still sexy :)

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    Just take the fans off your H100 and you will see all the dust :) My H100 acted as a great filter

    Got some blue sleeved cables. Need to do a big cable cleanup when I get my loop in.
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    Trying out the EK easy mount on my Heatkiller 3.0 with some copper barbs.
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    There is a filter above the H100
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    But that doesn't stop the dust getting stuck in the radiator. :)
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    How about a little liquid dishwashing detergent? That stuff cuts all kinds of grease. It's what I used all the time to clean off TIM before they came up with AS Cleaner. ;)
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    I use 91% Alcohol to clean off TIM and its been working for me for years.
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    check the Rosewill buildlog i posted (its in my signature). its the rig of member Udit, who has posted there.
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    I'll just leave this here...

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