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Old Yesterday, 4:46 PM   #91
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stop jumpin ya Mexican
run corona 1.3 bench for me...you with that ram and that clock should be able to nab 1st.

now as i said i the other thread...why did no one tell me to retighten the compression fittings when the tubes heated up...i nearly feinted 3 turns on one of them .

also a bit worried about the threadripper block near the screws i,m not sure if it is seeping...is that common? and if i pull it do i need any compound sealant or will just ultra clean and tighten do? assuming i pull it part that is

once i actually*filled *the reservoir and got the bubbles out the thing is near dead quiet and a lot cooler.

forgot all about my car/bike fixing days and radiators
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Old Yesterday, 5:48 PM   #92
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stop jumpin ya Mexican
run corona 1.3 bench for me...you with that ram and that clock should be able to nab 1st.

now as i said i the other thread...why did no one tell me to retighten the compression fittings when the tubes heated up...i nearly feinted 3 turns on one of them .

also a bit worried about the threadripper block near the screws i,m not sure if it is seeping...is that common? and if i pull it do i need any compound sealant or will just ultra clean and tighten do? assuming i pull it part that is

once i actually*filled *the reservoir and got the bubbles out the thing is near dead quiet and a lot cooler.

forgot all about my car/bike fixing days and radiators
Done!



I really need a fresh OS install at some point....

As for compression fittings I can't say I've had that happen, I've normally used barbs exclusively in the past.

Which TR block did you go for?
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Old Yesterday, 10:19 PM   #93
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wow that's a bit of a high score....weird with the clocks your running.

i just grabbed the cheaper ek block for now till the better ones drop.

i have a handle on it now just waiting for a couple of little bits like angled fittings it will be a bit of a chore jamming the 420 in but it will fit
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wow that's a bit of a high score....weird with the clocks your running.

i just grabbed the cheaper ek block for now till the better ones drop.

i have a handle on it now just waiting for a couple of little bits like angled fittings it will be a bit of a chore jamming the 420 in but it will fit
As I said I really need a fresh OS install.

I'm using the EK block on mine, handling it very well imo
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