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Reserator filled with tap water and no anode protection or maintenance might be considered a bad idea. After 5 years, what can I say .. green/yellow slimy gumk and putrid water. Everybody with half a brain knows to use a corrosion inhibitor or at least get some antifreeze.

Before and after. It might look like I did a bad job cleaning, but thats not it. These pictures proves that galvanic corrosion can result in more than just a little gunk in the cooling blocks...
 

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Reserator filled with tap water and no anode protection or maintenance might be considered a bad idea. After 5 years, what can I say .. green/yellow slimy gumk and putrid water. Everybody with half a brain knows to use a corrosion inhibitor or at least get some antifreeze.

Before and after. It might look like I did a bad job cleaning, but thats not it. These pictures proves that galvanic corrosion can result in more than just a little gunk in the cooling blocks...
Oh, that's just groady!
 
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Reserator filled with tap water and no anode protection or maintenance might be considered a bad idea. After 5 years, what can I say .. green/yellow slimy gumk and putrid water. Everybody with half a brain knows to use a corrosion inhibitor or at least get some antifreeze.

Before and after. It might look like I did a bad job cleaning, but thats not it. These pictures proves that galvanic corrosion can result in more than just a little gunk in the cooling blocks...
looks bad, this is why i avoid liquid cooling no matter what
 

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Reserator filled with tap water and no anode protection or maintenance might be considered a bad idea. After 5 years, what can I say .. green/yellow slimy gumk and putrid water. Everybody with half a brain knows to use a corrosion inhibitor or at least get some antifreeze.

Before and after. It might look like I did a bad job cleaning, but thats not it. These pictures proves that galvanic corrosion can result in more than just a little gunk in the cooling blocks...
Those were a terrible product with mixed metals anyway. It was doomed regardless
 
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And now I can´t even try my bending skills but have to replace the whole socket... How do you manage to fold over a Pin under the other like that??

What worries me is that this is either M21 to M22 or AJ21 to AJ22 on LGA1155. That short might have fried something.
 

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And now I can´t even try my bending skills but have to replace the whole socket... How do you manage to fold over a Pin under the other like that??

What worries me is that this is either M21 to M22 or AJ21 to AJ22 on LGA1155. That short might have fried something.
Oh, crap on me, mate... that's ugly.... Good luck....
 
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And now I can´t even try my bending skills but have to replace the whole socket... How do you manage to fold over a Pin under the other like that??

What worries me is that this is either M21 to M22 or AJ21 to AJ22 on LGA1155. That short might have fried something.
Just a quick update on the poor abuse victim, I had the whole socket replaced by a local company (shoutout to the 'Reusing-Factory' if I´m allowed to do that) that offers this service and got a completly working board back! Thought this thread might profit from some happy endings too :)

Oh, crap on me, mate... that's ugly.... Good luck....
Thank you for wishing me good luck, looks like it helped.



Saved a Z77X-UP7 from becoming scrap. Ever since I saw that buildzoid pcb breakdown of it I wanted to add one to my collection. Tried my luck and won this time :)

 
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I think this counts as a beardy thing and I distinctly remember stripping this down for a customer who in the end didn't even care if I'd done it or not.
Still, they say the customer is always right, which is not a view that I share with much enthusiasm.
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I think this counts as a beardy thing and I distinctly remember stripping this down for a customer who in the end didn't even care if I'd done it or not.
Still, they say the customer is always right, which is not a view that I share with much enthusiasm.
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Ah the case beard! Such a frequent sight in my shop, sadly. It's always funny when people bring in systems like that and are seeming clueless as to why it won't work anymore. Then they see things like the above pictured and go " oh ". Then we teach them the value of a quality vacuum and can of compressed air.
 
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I think this counts as a beardy thing and I distinctly remember stripping this down for a customer who in the end didn't even care if I'd done it or not.
Still, they say the customer is always right, which is not a view that I share with much enthusiasm.
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Oh that is such a clever idea to get free noise insulation! Why do you always have to be so negative :p

My brother did something else to get rid of the noise, his fans just stopped spinning completly due to dried bearings that ran dead. But since his blue LED lights on the fans were still working he just assumed they were still ok.
I got a small headache after seeing this, after all I build that system for him. I fixed it for him and was just happy that everything else survived 2 summer months without active case ventilation.
 
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I hate to say it, but I've seen worse even since I took that shot. And don't mention cockroaches, please...
 
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I think this counts as a beardy thing and I distinctly remember stripping this down for a customer who in the end didn't even care if I'd done it or not.
Still, they say the customer is always right, which is not a view that I share with much enthusiasm.
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HAHA that things gotta be nearly sentient just give it a shave and haircut and put it to work
 
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Short back and sides, with something for the weekend, sir.
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I hate to say it, but I've seen worse even since I took that shot. And don't mention cockroaches, please...
I wish I'd remembered about this thread when trying to clean my ant infested hardware. Piles and piles of dead ants falling out of my PSU was a pretty disgusting sight. I don't know what it is about ants here (they are only little ones), but they enjoy eating wiring.

I have lost more stuff to ants than any other factor. So far I've lost 2x PSU, 1x HDD, 2x extension cords and a router all to ant eating the internals/wiring.
The extension cables were pretty scary actually as they'd exposed bare copper wire to the outside! The hard drive was just weird. one day there was a neat little pile of silicon dist on the top of the HDD next to a hole with ants entering and leaving my drive.
 
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I wish I'd remembered about this thread when trying to clean my ant infested hardware. Piles and piles of dead ants falling out of my PSU was a pretty disgusting sight. I don't know what it is about ants here (they are only little ones), but they enjoy eating wiring.

I have lost more stuff to ants than any other factor. So far I've lost 2x PSU, 1x HDD, 2x extension cords and a router all to ant eating the internals/wiring.
The extension cables were pretty scary actually as they'd exposed bare copper wire to the outside! The hard drive was just weird. one day there was a neat little pile of silicon dist on the top of the HDD next to a hole with ants entering and leaving my drive.
Perhaps they're not really ants but nanobots sent from area 51 to destroy the world one PC at a time
 
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And people wonder why I have a habit of taking apart and cleaning everything I own regurarly.
 
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And people wonder why I have a habit of taking apart and cleaning everything I own regurarly.
That's nasty to look at. :twitch:
 

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