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Need to flush blocks & rads

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I am in the process of getting ready to flush out 4 dcool monsta 480 rads along with my gpu and cpu blocks. The water here is pretty heavy in minerals and i cant hook up a tube to my faucet in my sink as its a pull out wand.

I was thinking about connecting all rads up together in series and then the blocks together after. Ill be connecting up a pump w/ res going to a big bucket and using distilled water with vinegar and running for 12 hours.

I haven't flushed these once since i bought them a couple years ago. I'm guessing they have a good amount of buildup in them.

Would this be the easiest route?

On a side not i need to clean about 32 Eloop PWM fans. I have already taken the plastic fins off the outer fan housing. They snap off for easier cleaning but i am wondering if i can just rinse these off?

video of the fan i have
Date: Jan 9, 2018   


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