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    No matter how careful you may be, bacteria will likely grow inside your CPU block. Here's how to clean it out.
    The CPU water block handles much of the work in a water loop, including the transferring of heat between the processor and the fluid passing through the block. Due to the nature of using water, even in a well-maintained loop, you're bound to encounter at least some form of growth inside the block. Luckily, it's usually a simple process to take the CPU water block apart, clean it, and seal everything back together again.

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    07-18-2018 03:10 PM

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