Cool GTXI'd try to flush the GPU water block ---> before opening the block Use hoses to keep the GPU dry while flushing - if any doubt let it dry before putting back into PC Remember these blocks are only designed for Low pressure. Best to use the pump (nice if you have a spare) --> your house's water pressure is too high and can damage the card seal
GTXJackBauerIf that is plastic, it well eventually melt into your fins.
ty_ger07GTXJackBauerIf that is plastic, it well eventually melt into your fins.It will not melt into the fins. The fins don't get hot. I do agree that blockage is a concern.
GTXJackBauer Check my image above. It was a small piece tubing.
ty_ger07GTXJackBauer Check my image above. It was a small piece tubing.If the water flow is completely obstructed, sure, it could melt. But, normally, no, it is impossible to melt.
DeliriousHighly doubt it would melt. It's constantly being cooled by water.