Seems that my H100i GTX has a clog in it. It's no longer giving me decent cooling (CPU overheat in <30 seconds with anything that actually uses all 6 cores), and testing shows that the temperature of one of the hoses stays exactly the same idle vs load while the temperature of the other hose climbs almost 10C and rather quickly (measuring the outside of the hoses using an IR temperature gun). Corsair support says the radiator can only remove 1-2C in one pass so there should not be a huge temperature difference between the hoses, and that this problem is a "known issue" with this model. So I assume it would be a matter of taking it apart, draining it, cleaning it, putting in new liquid, or similar. I'm just curious if anyone here has actually done this with a clogged Corsair AIO, as I've heard they are not particularly easy to disassemble (because they aren't meant to be taken apart by the end-user). Is it generally even worth the effort to try and salvage?