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    Default Liquid residue inside my gtx 780 SC acx

    I removed the heatsink from my gpu today to put better T. I. M on and I found this liquid residue on the inside. Anyone have any thoughts?
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    Default Re: Liquid residue inside my gtx 780 SC acx

    Looks like condensed water from heat pipes, it can happen, especially if you live in a cold and moist area.

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    Default Re: Liquid residue inside my gtx 780 SC acx

    I had a hard time completely removing it with both rubbing alcohol and artic clean. It was very slightly sticky.
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    Default Re: Liquid residue inside my gtx 780 SC acx

    In that case could be the liquid residual of previous WB failure. Did you bought this GPU new or refurbished? But any way, you should be happy if GPU no present any error, it's mean nothing was damaged.

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    Default Re: Liquid residue inside my gtx 780 SC acx

    Well I purchased it new but I had to send it out for rma, but not for anything wc related my gpu's are not wc yet. Thankfully the system has booted back up no problem not to see how much of a difference with new T. I. M
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    Default Re: Liquid residue inside my gtx 780 SC acx

    That's good, and about the TIM, I have not seen (according to your pic) any problem (still fresh and equally spread), why you changed it?

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    Default Re: Liquid residue inside my gtx 780 SC acx

    That is strange I was thinking it maybe leakage from one of the caps on the card is it sticky under and around any of the caps
    is there any liquid stains anywhere else on the cooler itself ?

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    Default Re: Liquid residue inside my gtx 780 SC acx

    If you look at the pattern, it clearly came from the other side of the heatpipes. Which leaves the possibility of fan bearing lubricant, or something else getting sucked in through the fan. It did not come from a board component, it was an outside source.

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    Default Re: Liquid residue inside my gtx 780 SC acx

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    If you look at the pattern, it clearly came from the other side of the heatpipes. Which leaves the possibility of fan bearing lubricant, or something else getting sucked in through the fan. It did not come from a board component, it was an outside source.
    Yeah, you'r right, this also could be the reason, but in that case the fan will have some kind of squeaking sound (with that much lubricant out).

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    Default Re: Liquid residue inside my gtx 780 SC acx

    Ah heat would thin the fan lube and possibly cause that to happen keep an eye on that fan if thats the case

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    Default Re: Liquid residue inside my gtx 780 SC acx

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    Default Re: Liquid residue inside my gtx 780 SC acx

    If you have no issues with the GPU (working well), why to RMA?

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    Default Re: Liquid residue inside my gtx 780 SC acx

    Actually, I noticed this on my gigabyte cards when I owned them. I thought it could be something but after 3 cards having the same thing, I started thinking it was a manufacturing issue. I think it's just clear coat to help protect the board in manufacturing that doesn't get applied very evenly. I tried to rubbing alcohol mine as well and it wouldn't come off. Wasn't till I realized every card was the same that I suspected it was just a manufacturing thing. I would guess it's nothing to worry about especially if the card is working fine.

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    Default Re: Liquid residue inside my gtx 780 SC acx

    Didnt see this post the first time around. I am pretty sure what you are seeing is flux. It is used for flowing solder and bga work. Most cases a flux remover is used to flush it away. If flux is put under heat for extended periods of time it becomes very tacky and some cases gooey. It will not hurt your parts by itself but it can collect dust on top of it. If it is bugging you go to radio shack or microcenter and ask for flux remover.
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    Default Re: Liquid residue inside my gtx 780 SC acx

    This week I am going to do the bottom card so I will see if there is any on that one. If that is what it is then no worries.
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