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Chaosdark1408 said: I managed to fix the problem :). I took out the stock Asetek Custom aurora r4 cooling out.I rinsed out all the "factory sealed" fluid and replaced it with water for now while the new fluid ships out to me to replace the water. the problem seemed to be that the tubes were clogged with yelowish white pebbles i dont know what that was all about almost like algae build up but it was clogged and it didnt allow the liquid fluid to go around the loop. So now my cpu temps are amazingly at 35-40c 60c while at full load amazing what a little maintenance can do to save lives lol! It took me 2 whole days to figure the problem out myself =[ .But in the end it was worth it because i learned alot about liquid cooling and how it works .
Vertigouk said: try putting bleach into the coolant this kills algae totally.
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Panda689 said: Vertigouk said: try putting bleach into the coolant this kills algae totally.
I wouldn't recommend bleach. Put a kill coil in the loop and you'll be good to go quite a while. Another option is PT Nuke, but it requires you to change it every once in a while.
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