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  1. Ah ok. I should have read this before replying lol. Thank you for the response!
  2. Ok nice I’ll do that. The water worked it’s way between the backplate and the pcb, while I can tone the block off fairly easy I’m worried about breaking the pcb when splitting it from the backplate, would it be necessary to get any residue that may be left? I assume he used distilled but as I understand, the water can become ionized over time due to electrolysis. Is it possible the residues left could contain enough ions to cause a short?
  3. Hey everyone! I have an issue that I am hoping I can get some insight/advice on. I recently purchased a 2080 ti hydro copper second hand. The card landed today and upon opening the package I saw there was water in the box. Closer inspection revealed water had leaked from the outlet ports not being tightened down properly and the water has worked it way onto, and throughout the pcb. I don’t want to ask for a return/refund if there is nothing wrong and I can do my part in drying it thoroughly although, I’m at hesitant to take the block off, and clean the pcb with alcohol, as I believe
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