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Old March 19, 2009, 10:25 AM
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Originally Posted by 3.0charlie View Post
Drain the fluid.
Cut off the tubing on the old CPU block.
Remove CPU block.
Install barbs on new CPU block.
Install new CPU block.
Install new tubing (or if long enough old tubing).
Add tye-wraps to secure tubing ends to barbs.
Fill fluid.
Jump-start PSU from 24-pin connector (pins 4 and 6 / green & black wires).
24 hours leak check.
Thanks for the guide, but I have three questions.
What are tye wraps and how do I use them?(are they like zip ties?).
Where do I fill the fluid where is the opening located?
How do I jump start the PSU from a 24-pin connector (pins 4 and 6 / green % black wires.)? (I have no idea of what that means.)
Thanks.
Shayan.:help:
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