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Hi, I have a Cooler Master MASTERLIQUID ML240R RGB and recently I am getting 100C temp, when in idle it reaches 80C, even when my i7 8700k is in default speed. I check the CPU block, and green substance is in the edges of the block, see pic below. Is this a possible leak? Can I still use the AIO and can it be repaired?
I have purchased this liquid cooler this month in February. At first when I have turned it on it did not do this but after a couple of days past, I'm hear gurgling / bubble sounds coming out from the CPU pump. I read some forums online this could be due to air coming through, however I am unsure if this is fixable or or entirely faulty at all. And if I should request an exchange if this is a faulty product. I would appreciate if you could advise me on this technical problem. I have provided you a YouTube link to the video I recorded the sound. Please put your Audio to relatively high so you can hear it. Video Link: https://youtu.be/P9DYX1xnMa8 Hope to hear from you soon. Many Thanks, Kind Regards.
Hello. Not too long ago my gpu "shorted" or broke and i am now trying to find the cause. After sending it in to the dealer i bought it at, they presume that there is some kind of liquid resedue on the back of the card, and are telling me that the warranty does not cover liquid-damage(which is fine i suppose). The issue is that i dont know where this liquid originates from. So the only possible suspect right now is my CM Nepton 280L, i believe its called. I have not been able to spot any visible liquid spillage in my case or on other components, but after taking the cooler out of my case i hear that there is quite a bit of air in the loop. Is this normal, or is my gpu-killer the liquid cooler? Also, are there any ways to test for leakage with the cooler outside of my computer?