M00 Posted November 14, 2013 Share Posted November 14, 2013 I turned my computer on tonight and noticed than one of the fans in my case was going crazy. I opened up hardware monitor to see what was going on. It was one of my GTX780 graphics cards. The monitor said it was going from 0RPM to 30000000RPM (obviously not possible) every 5 seconds despite the fact that it was at a constant 30 degrees Celsius. This had me quite worried so I turned off my PC and opened it up to have a look what was going on. My h100i has leaked quite a lot of liquid out of one of the hose connections closest to the rad. This liquid has gone down the outside of the hose and all through my 2 GTX780s. I immediately took everything out to try and prevent any further damage. My graphics cards are filled with this liquid. It went through the top one and into the bottom one as well. I purchased and installed the water cooler according to the instructions on the 22nd of October 2013 and it has been working fine until tonight. What are my options at this point? Will Corsair pay for the damage done to my system? These graphics cards cost me $869AUD each. I live in Western Australia so I would imagine it would be quite expensive to ship all this stuff over to the USA. Will the local store I purchased them from be able to do anything? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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