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Using EKWB Performance 360 Water Cooling Kit

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Looks good, Neb. Bet that white is hard to keep clean.

Thanx batz! Actually my current place isn't as dusty as my old place. Stays pretty clean with the occasional blast of air. If and when I do move parts around, I wipe the areas down with a damp wash cloth and it stays pretty white.

I'm anal like that :rofl:
 
I just pull cpu block hang over sink or bowl and pull a tube off a fitting one at a time. Then if doing a full drain pull rads and gpu out. Cause if your draining to change fluid you want it all out.
 
I just pull cpu block hang over sink or bowl and pull a tube off a fitting one at a time. Then if doing a full drain pull rads and gpu out. Cause if your draining to change fluid you want it all out.

I guess that could work with a micro to mid size case with ample tubing but not if you're a 10 ton gorilla named 900D.

 
True but I've done the haul the monster to the sink as well. One reason I'm now in a Corsair Crystal 570X it's so much easier to move about, specially now with my bum shoulder( torn right bicep and rotator cuff)
 
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