Well, my WC loop has been running strong for quite some time now, but my motherboard's RAM slots went bad. In the process of replacing the defective motherboard, I pulled out (very carefully) the old board, connected everything up to the new one, and put it back into the case. Mid-way through testing the RAM, I saw the PC freeze up. Upon closer inspection, I saw that the tube bringing fresh liquid into the CPU block has pulled back JUUUUST under the clamp. Its not off of where its supposed to be by much, and it seems like I may be able to just push it back down and re-clamp.
I've pulled all the components out and put a bowl under the CPU block to make sure if it DOES leak that its controlled. I've used contact cleaner on the parts that got moisture on them. I'm going to attempt to undo the clamp, push it all the way back in, and re-clamping - all without draining the loop.
Thoughts, concerns? I'm doing all this at the PC repair shop I work at, so I'm not really sweating bullets, but if there's anything you might recommend doing, I'm all ears.
AMD Phenom II X4 965BE @ 3.5 GHz
10 GB DDR3 1333 CAS-7
GeForce GTX 650 Ti 2GB
WD 1TB HDD, Corsair HX620
Samsung 21.6" LCD
Razer DeathAdder V2, MS 360 Controller