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post #431 of 2241
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Hi guys, i have a question regarding the Raystorm.
I am currently in the midst of building my loop and i was wondering if there will be any performance/temperature issues if i use the OUT as the input and the IN as the output??
My tube from the rad is very hard to route to the IN port of the Raystorm, please advise. Thanks.

Why not just simply rotate the block around so the inlet /outlet are in the correct position thumb.gif
post #432 of 2241
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Originally Posted by coolmiester View Post

Why not just simply rotate the block around so the inlet /outlet are in the correct position thumb.gif

+1!
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Anyone know where I can snag a backplate and the screws with the springs? I seemed to have misplaced mine in a recent move. Or is it best to go directly to XSPC?
Also has anyone done a purple raystorm? I just ordered my purple LEDs, should be here next week. smile.gif
Edit: found it online. ?thanks!
Edited by audioholic - 12/28/12 at 5:13pm
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post #434 of 2241
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Hi guys, i have a question regarding the Raystorm.
I am currently in the midst of building my loop and i was wondering if there will be any performance/temperature issues if i use the OUT as the input and the IN as the output??
My tube from the rad is very hard to route to the IN port of the Raystorm, please advise. Thanks.

Yes there will be a performance loss by connecting the flow of the block backwards, the block is designed specifically so the water goes from the center out, I would switch the block around like previously advised.
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Getting ready to reflow the IX with my new raystorm block... Also, I need a shop to work on my comp LOL
post #436 of 2241
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=WC-070-XS&groupid=962&catid=1519&subcat=

I have this cpu block, its not six months old yet and the led that goes into the block has started blinking, going dark then light. Anyone know where to get replacements or an alternative

Thanks
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I would just solder new led in place but that's just me 80 cents at RadioShack
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I would just solder new led in place but that's just me 80 cents at RadioShack

Ok thanks will look into that.
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Ok thanks will look into that.

yea its really easy, just dont drink to much coffee shaky hands = bad solder job hahah dont ask how i know...biggrin.gif
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I know I'm going to be argued/yelled at for this but here it goes: Why would you guys buy this CPU block when Koolance's CPU-380 cools the best on the market, including the XSPC Raystorm?
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