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Radiators are just bits of metal that transfer heat from the fluid to the air.


Fans on it will be connected to the PSU, normally by a molex connector...
Hey. Little update!
Now I'm going to get the XSPC Rasa 750 RX360 WaterCooling Kit + XSPC Rasa High-Performance Universal GPU Block. Yes, the RX!
I'm so happy that I found them really cheap!
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/xsra750rxwak1.html
http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/xspcrasagpu.html

The one you told me right?
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post #12 of 18
Looks good. Post pics when you get it all set up



Oh, you'll need a killcoil and distilled water too.

Distilled water is really easy to get, just get it at a grocery store, or deionised water from a garage (they're slightly different, but it wont make a difference in your loop).

Killcoil you can get here:

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/sikibyia.html

Just drop it into the res and it will stop microbes growing in your loop.
    
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post #13 of 18
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Looks good. Post pics when you get it all set up



Oh, you'll need a killcoil and distilled water too.

Distilled water is really easy to get, just get it at a grocery store, or deionised water from a garage (they're slightly different, but it wont make a difference in your loop).

Killcoil you can get here:

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/sikibyia.html

Just drop it into the res and it will stop microbes growing in your loop.
Thank you
I was going to buy everything without the killcoil LOL
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Oh. How much watt takes the kit? Because I have a 520watt PSU, I wanna be 100% sure that I can run it.
What could happen if there isn't enough power?
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post #15 of 18
Thermaltake uses mixed metals in their product which is a no no in watercooling and they have a huge reputation for the pumps dying.
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Thermaltake uses mixed metals in their product which is a no no in watercooling and they have a huge reputation for the pumps dying.
Yeah, thats why I edited original post.
Could your read the post above yours?
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Oh. How much watt takes the kit? Because I have a 520watt PSU, I wanna be 100% sure that I can run it.
What could happen if there isn't enough power?
Water pumps at most only pull a dozen Watts or so.
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post #18 of 18
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Water pumps at most only pull a dozen Watts or so.
Oh, thank you. I feel better now
How many watts do you think my PC uses now? Just to be sure
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