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Can I wash the corsair 200r with water

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Normal tap water with all the components removed.


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2 minutes ago, DeezNoNos said:

Normal tap water with all the components removed.

i dont know, but do you have a watercooler in the 200r (just wanna ask)? My bro has the same case and i wanted to know if as 240mm rad fits on the top of the case

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make sure you don't spray water on your front io where the power buttons and usb ports are. However, I would get an air duster or wipe the case with cloth.

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Yes you can but make sure all the water is out of the joints/cracks/crevices and i don't mean with a towel i mean to shake the case and you will see water just fall out, that water will go on your components and well you know the rest.


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1 minute ago, Leonard said:

Yes you can but make sure all the water is out of the joints/cracks/crevices and i don't mean with a towel i mean to shake the case and you will see water just fall out, that water will go on your components and well you know the rest.

It will be washed and then packed for travel.


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2 minutes ago, DeezNoNos said:

It will be washed and then packed for travel.

That will be fine but make sure you shake off the water before you pack it and don't use soap. I washed a bitfenix outlaw about three years aback and it is fine but it traps water so will your case, so would any case, so shake off the water, i can't stress that enough.


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42 minutes ago, DeezNoNos said:

It will be washed and then packed for travel.

If you can, shake it out and let it air dry in a sunny place on a dry low humidity day. 


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as long as you tape off the ends of the cables for the front panel and dont get water near it's -inbuilt wiring you  should be fine. a damp cloth and paper towels would be sufficient

 


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