Lol yes I know that but what after the pc was running when this happened and did not stop even with this coolant on it. Should the board still work? Or is this on of those test and see problems? Thanks again
I would strip down the board and remove it. Wash with warm water and dry completely for at least a day. Do the same for the RAM and cards. Hair dryer may prove useful. Water may stay in slots for some time otherwise.
Hi yes liquid cooling but it only got on the motherboard and a tiny bit on the graphics card it was my chipset cooler that burst so only got on the lower part and as far as I can tell the coolant ran along the cover for the heat pipe and then driped onto just the bottom of the board. I will contact gigabyte and see what they thing about the effect the coolant will have. Thanks
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