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Hey guys,

I have had the Rasa 750 for half a year (got it in December), and have had no problems with it so far. Now I have decided to cool my Galaxy GTX460.


My questions are:

Can the Rasa 750 pump and reservoir be able to handle the GPU without significant rise in temps across the board? I assume that the temps for the CPU will increase a little with the extra GPU loop, but I do not know if it will be a significant increase or not.

Do you guys recommend adding onto this loop, or just getting a air/heat sink instead....


and


can the xspc Razor GTX460 heatsink support the Galaxy GTX460? The website does not give an specifications.
http://www.xs-pc.com/products/waterb.../razor-gtx460/


I have 100 dollars to spend, and seeing that the heat sink is around $75 dollars, I would also have 25-30 dollars to spend on some extra hosing (I have none left).

Or I could just get a air heat sink, but that would produce a lot of heat (it is summer time and already hot) and make a lot of noise.


Opinions?


P.S.
I have had some Feser One Non Conductive Cooling liquid that has been in my system for six months now.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/69...ml?id=bWycaawe

As of now there are no problems, but I know that dye can ruin a loop in the long run. Should I change the liquid to some distilled water, or leave it as it is? Also, I see no drainage hole or hose in the reservoir, so I would not know how to drain the loop without removing any hose and spilling it all over the ground before I can get it into a bucket or whatnot.

P.P.S
I am going back to school in September, and will have to leave my computer at home for weeks on end. That means the fluid will sit in the loop, which I assume is bad. I also assume that this dyed liquid will just eat away at everything when not mobile, and I will guess that distilled water would have no effect if left in the loop for a long time.

Thanks, and sorry for the long post.
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The pump will easily handle adding a gpu block.

Dont use that Feser crap, just use distilled water + silver coil.

Not sure if the block will fit your specific card.
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It doesn't help that you didn't say which kit you have. Also the non conductive feser coolant is flat out a waste of cash. Distilled water is non conductive and cheaper .just need silver coil or pt nuke
also since you ran that feser stuff take apart your cpu block and there might be a surprise in there. ie gunk, also it stains your tubing your res etc. you will have to clean your rad out really good cause you used that stuff
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It doesn't help that you didn't say which kit you have. Also the non conductive feser coolant is flat out a waste of cash. Distilled water is non conductive and cheaper .
It's not really non conductive once you put it in a loop though, I mean it picks up ions pretty fast.

But that said, so do most coolants, couldn't say if the feser stuff is different.

What I can say for it though is that water will mop the floor with the heat transfer coefficients of coolants.

I can't seem to find the makeup of feser one, but it's probably glycol based ~ you're almost certainly better off with water.
    
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Sorry for not mentioning, its a Rasa 750 RS240.

So is there any tutorial on how to drain this baby? I can not think of a way other than taking a big syringe and sucking it out or making a mess by pulling out a full hose.


Or I would have to tip the computer over so that the liquid drains from the top....
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Last question,



the kit came with:

2 meters of 7/16″ Hose
and
G1/4″ to 1/2″ barbs x6


So I am guessing that I should get this
http://www.watercoolingshop.co.uk/7-...-3m_AQHN9.aspx
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Quote:
Originally Posted by mastical View Post
The pump will easily handle adding a gpu block.

Dont use that Feser crap, just use distilled water + silver coil.

Not sure if the block will fit your specific card.
Ditto, word for word.

I'll add that my setup will be similar to yours (see my rig setup below). The pump is more than sufficient.

When my GPU was on air it was getting up to 80C during gaming and the fan was very loud. Now on water it's usually in the high 20's to low 30's and during gaming I barely ever see 40's.
Edited by Jobotoo - 6/18/11 at 10:22am
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Sorry for not mentioning, its a Rasa 750 RS240.

So is there any tutorial on how to drain this baby? I can not think of a way other than taking a big syringe and sucking it out or making a mess by pulling out a full hose.


Or I would have to tip the computer over so that the liquid drains from the top....
Make a drain port when you redo it. It will save you multiple headaches.

If you can provide a pic of your setup maybe we can help you better.
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You can easily throw in another block.
    
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post #10 of 12
You will be fine adding a block.
Don't use that Feser stuff. Get some distilled water with a silver kill coil or PT_nuke. Since you used that coolant I would take your block apart and make sure it is clean, as the coolant will gunk stuff up.
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