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Just thought I would share with the forum what I found after I flushed my brand new XSPC radiators. I used lukewarm distilled water to flush the rads. I did some research before doing this and I found people using rubbing alcohol, vinegar, and all kinds of crazy stuff. Using distilled water seemed the safest bet.

This is my first custom loop and thought this might help other first time custom loop builders.

I made the last pic very big so you can easily see the black and bronze colored specs that came out of the rad. I did this a few times with each radiator just to be safe.

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Date: Feb 26, 2015   


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