Reusing AIO radiator, H110 from corsair

Can you reuse the H110 from corsair's radiator for an open loop?
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  1. No, the fittings are epoxied on.
    Reply to urbancamper
  2. In all honesty, you wouldn't really want to use one of these radiators for this purpose as many of them are aluminum.
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  3. Here check how it looks i have removed the pipes of mine radiator
    http://www.tomshardware.com/answers/id-3453578/randomly-high-temp-4670k-corsair-h100i-gtx.html
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  4. It is just a normal, cheap radiator, depending on model, also looks like this: http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/id-2834038/corsair-h110i-gtx-performance-testing-review.html
    Reply to rubix_1011
  5. Well I guess I was wrong. You can use it. Did you have to apply heat to remove the epoxy? Or did you just wrench it off?
    Reply to urbancamper
  6. Many of them have a clamp or some form of fitting that secures it, but some have been plastic tubing secured by glue or epoxy. In all honesty, if the closed loop cooler has a brass radiator, that is likely the best component in the cooler, but most are aluminum. They serve a purpose, but but really just barely at low cost.
    Reply to rubix_1011
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