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Soullessone21 March 24, 2013 09:25 AM

Does anyone else hate draining their WC loops?
 
I have to get all my systems apart and gone today but Draining my main rigs look is making me procrastinate so bad.

Wanted to know if I was just crazy or is more people out there the same way.

PS the Seidon 240m is next to impossible to mount in most my cases :S:(

lowfat March 24, 2013 09:40 AM

Have to drain my loop today. However w/ my bench it really is easy and hassle free. I am a big fan of drain plugs in easy accessible locations.

LegendMask March 24, 2013 10:19 AM

by the end of next week I should start my first WC Build, and draining port is gonna be on the MENU :bananafunky: I just hope I wont screw it up. :biggrin:

KaptCrunch March 24, 2013 10:43 AM

easy Soullessone21

large catheter syringe with hose on end to suck the fluid out

http://www.melbournefooddepot.com/as...ull/F06030.jpg

Capt Proton March 24, 2013 10:57 AM

One of my rads is the highest component, so I have to take everythign out to refill.

Oh yeah, no res either, so I put the liquid in using a syringe through the bleed screwhole in my PA 120.2.

Astaroth March 24, 2013 12:47 PM

Only drain when I get the upgrade itch or adjust my loop. Drain ball valve at the lowest point in my loop does the trick. I only ever use distilled so I don't have to worry about anything getting stained. I use wax paper to prevent water from getting anywhere inside my case. Release the valve and let the good times roll.

Bloodystumps March 24, 2013 12:58 PM

I don't mind it only takes less then 5 minutes on my gaming rig to drain and refill and maybe another 2 minutes to bleed.... no drain ports just a external 500ml res... HTPC can be a little more of a process but still less then a 20 minute procedure and I just put a drain in that one....

Hopefully I can keep the simplicity in tact on my gaming rig once I change everything up, well if I ever change it up I need a couple of things and don't want to pay brokerage fees and Daz only stocks EK junk

dustin1706 March 24, 2013 09:48 PM

I don't have any drain plugs/ports on either loop. I just pop a hose out of a fitting and hold a large cup under the fitting and hose. Takes longer to unhook all the rear cables and put the pc on a table than it does to drain.

mataribot March 25, 2013 07:35 PM

I would rather drain than fill. Just use a squeeze bottle such as a dish soap bottle and attach a small piece of hose attached to it. Squeeze the bottle, place the hose in the reservoir, and slowly let go... I use this method to drain part of my loop to add new blocks. Yes I wm that lazy

lootbag March 26, 2013 09:12 AM

Interesting technique mataribot haha!
Going to try that one day.


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