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newbietocm    0

on the aquagate--rear--the quick connect push/pull plugs

is this correct:

upper right one is where water comes in

bottom left one is where the water pushes out

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ClydeFrog    0

I also have a question about the aquagate. I plan on test it before i hook it up to my cpu. Can I leave the water tubes on the block while i insatll it?

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I also have a question about the aquagate. I plan on test it before i hook it up to my cpu. Can I leave the water tubes on the block while i insatll it?
yes i do this all the time.

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ClydeFrog    0

with coolent in the tubes? an will 92% alchoal work good cleaning my cpu of old thermal compound? Also would a microfiber cloth that is used for cleaning monitors, CDs, Notebooks be safe for cleaning my cpu?

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Mr. Miyagi    2

That's a yes to all of your questions. The reason that you use the coolant in the tubes is to check for any leaks before you install it into your system. Trust me, you don't have to have water all over your expensive components. Anything above 90% alcohol is sufficient for cleaning a CPU of older thermal compound. Just make sure the microfiber cloth is 100% lint and static free.

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Mr. Miyagi    2
hey guys i am testing my aquagate right now how long should i test it before hooking it up to my cpu?

Maybe around 24 hours. Some do it for a whole week.

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