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XSPC 750 + Bits and Bobs!

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After using the XSPC 750 RS240 for 5 months, it's been a joy for overclocking! but since last month, the wires for the pump had come out of the power, which means my CPU overheated and the result was the pipes onto my CPU block just melted.....

Soo.... After using my AMD Stock Cooler for little over a month, Iv'e decided to bring it back to life, and make my baby complete again!

Iv'e ordered these parts, and the radiator that you will see on the list is a bit thicker than the XSPC RS240 radiator.

Qty: 2
Product: 7/16" ID - 5/8" OD XSPC Blue/UV Blue Hose 1m
Cost: £2.12

Qty: 1
Product: Aquacomputer 240mm Airplex XT Radiator
Cost: £28.26

Qty: 1
Product: PrimoChill UV Orange PVC Hose Clip 3/4" OD (10 Pack)
Cost: £3.80

Qty: 10
Product: Bundle Item - PrimoChill UV Orange PVC Hose Clip 3/4" OD
Cost: £0.00

Qty: 1
Product: LCD Display Temperature Sensor (Red)
Cost: £3.80

Qty: 2
Product: 120mm Standard Fan Guard - Chrome
Cost: £1.01

Qty: 1
Product: 10ml Pulse Modding PM Nuke Concentrated Biocide
Cost: £2.99

Qty: 2
Product: Fan Screws - Silver (4 Pack)
Cost: £0.30

Total = £60.72

As you have noticed, I have brought a LCD Tempature Monitor also, which the thermal diode will be submerged in my XSPC Res Tank.

What do you guys think?
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What fans? Also I'd go with primochill tubing.

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what fans are you running? I'd consider bumping up to gentle typhoons or something similar if you aren't already running them, also are you running your old 240+this 240? if not I'd consider tacking on another 120 or something if you already had issues. Everything else looks good.
    
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what fans are you running? I'd consider bumping up to gentle typhoons or something similar if you aren't already running them, also are you running your old 240+this 240? if not I'd consider tacking on another 120 or something if you already had issues. Everything else looks good.
:O I never thought about the idea of using my old XSPC Radiator + Paired up with that Airplex XT Radiator too, Would the pump be able to handle it? If so, I will have to mount my XSPC radiator on the Side Case, whilst my Airplex Radiator is hanging on the back on the case.

I will be using the Stock XSPC fans on my Airplex Radiator for now, and some spares on my XSPC if possible. I didn't have the budget to get new fans right now and will have to do that sometime later on in the month.
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fans are literally the cheapest thing you can get a significant gain in performance from. If you can get it in push/pull that would be optimal. I'm confident your pump could handle 2 rads especially one being an RS (since it only has 1 row). However, if not, drop back with 1 rad and wait to get something like MCP355/MCP35X and that'll do you just fine (but I really don't think it'd be necessary). Just remember to try and get the coldest possible air to those rads because that'll keep your temps the lowest. (make sure you still have some TIM laying around too!)
    
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Yeah, If I get 2 rads going, I would have to get the XSPC Rad which will be on the side of my case to have pull, otherwise my GPU, MB won't get that sufficent cooling, whilst the Airplex Rad outside my case will have both push/pull in place.
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well that sounds good. Hopefully it'll keep everything cool enough this time
    
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Yeah, Still wondering if I should still hook up 2 radiators to my loop just for the CPU, I'm gueesing it won't make a big massive improvement, but it might knock off maybe 4-6C, but in overclocking tempatures, that's alot I suppose
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