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Topic: Asetek LCLC - Low Cost Liquid Cooling System   Go to last post
Posted: Wednesday, June 18, 2014 11:18:12 AM(UTC)

I am working on two older high-end gaming rigs and they have Asetek LCLC units on them. The one, when I tried removing it, started leaking out all over the place! I, therefore, have attempted to drain out ALL the liquid, to try and "start over" on this particular unit (the other one seems ok, so far, but I'll remove it also, to make sure it's still securely sealed). I'm hoping the liquid wasn't corrosive or electrically conductive, because there was white residue where some had leaked onto the motherboard at some time prior.

Is it possible to "refill" these units (I know they're not designed to be, but...) and does anyone know if the radiators ever break and leak, because the hose fittings seem perfectly tight and non-removable. I can't tell exactly where the liquid was leaking from, but it was definitely coming from somewhere on the radiator.

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