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Help: leakage in loop

My custom loop has a minor leakage below the GPU (see video). There is no sign of leakage anywhere else in the PC. The PC runs completely fine. What can the possible causes and fixes? Is this a bad GPU block? Because I am wondering if there are water stains at places where they shouldn't (photo). This is an EK waterblock. 

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looks like there a crack at that bottom screw...

I have dyslexia plz be kind to me. dont like my post dont read it or respond thx

also i edit post alot because you no why...

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It's flowing from the cable, so it's probably right there where the screw is installed. 

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4 minutes ago, thrasher_565 said:

looks like there a crack at that bottom screw...

Oh yea I didn't even notice that... is there anything I can do besides replacing it whole?
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Just now, valve said:
Oh yea I didn't even notice that... is there anything I can do besides replacing it whole?

You can try sealing it with an epoxy.

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Just now, valve said:
Oh yea I didn't even notice that... is there anything I can do besides replacing it whole?

posably if you cant get it replaced. but it involve a past of some sort.

I have dyslexia plz be kind to me. dont like my post dont read it or respond thx

also i edit post alot because you no why...

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Corsair Lian Li Bykski Barrow thermaltake nzxt aquacomputer 5v argb pin out guide + argb info

5v device to 12v mb header

Odds and Sods Argb Rgb Links

 

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13 minutes ago, Godlygamer23 said:

You can try sealing it with an epoxy.

As in sealing the outside where the cracks are would be sufficient even long-term? Do you have recommendations for the type of epoxy?

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23 hours ago, valve said:

As in sealing the outside where the cracks are would be sufficient even long-term? Do you have recommendations for the type of epoxy?

Yes.

JB Weld is a good brand, if you have that near you.

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"I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you" - Edward I. Koch

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