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Ok so i am about to buy all the new parts for my first time water cooling i need to know can i put the rad in a push pull because this rad is very thick if anyone knows plz tell me or show me a picture

Rasa Kit:http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=16617
GPU Block: http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=17664
2 fittings for the GPU Block:http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=18299
Only coolant i can get: http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=17655
6x Scyth fans only 3 if i cant push pull:http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=14171
Better Tubing: http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?...ducts_id=11616

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Looks good to me, but why don't/can't you used distilled water? I would suggest you do personally. And get a piece of kill coil/silver.

It will fit fine in the haf 932, if you want here is the rs360 mounted in my HAF 932 with extra room.
http://www.overclock.net/11604032-post96.html
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Looks good to me, but why don't/can't you used distilled water? I would suggest you do personally. And get a piece of kill coil/silver.
I second this. I use distilled water and kill coil. Less maintenance on the loop this way and no risk of gunking up your blocks with additives that might/will be in the coolant. But I'm not one to talk since I'm about to add dye to mine. Anyhow just use distilled water and a kill coil (coil of pretty much pure silver). Love my RX360 kit though!
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I second this. I use distilled water and kill coil. Less maintenance on the loop this way and no risk of gunking up your blocks with additives that might/will be in the coolant. But I'm not one to talk since I'm about to add dye to mine. Anyhow just use distilled water and a kill coil (coil of pretty much pure silver). Love my RX360 kit though!
what is kill coil also what a pure silver 50cent piece work
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what is kill coil also what a pure silver 50cent piece work
Kill coil is 99% silver coil. A pure silver coin will definitly work for you, you just need to clean it good first.
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what is kill coil also what a pure silver 50cent piece work
Its a coil of high quality silver. Pretty much you just drop it into your res and it will prevent algae and bacteria buildup.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11...tl=g30c103s186
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Kill coil is 99% silver coil. A pure silver coin will definitly work for you, you just need to clean it good first.
ok thanks man i removed that crap blue dye and ill get a silver coin and clean him up thanks for all the help.
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kill coil is 99% silver coil. A pure silver coin will definitly work for you, you just need to clean it good first.
hive mind!
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If the pump on the XSPC dual-bay is anything like my XSPC single bay, it's a terrible design. There's a small hole in the top of the pick-up - which I assume is to help with priming - but all it does is let air into the system. The only way to prevent this from happening was to fill it over the top of the clear pick-up which is well over the fill line and even over the highest marking. It's not really that big of a deal but it's still a poor design.

*edit* Yup, it's got the exact same thing. If you can't get rid of the air in the system and you keep hearing this annoying noise coming from the pump, that's what's happening.


Edited by Cavi Mike - 10/8/11 at 3:50am
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If the pump on the XSPC dual-bay is anything like my XSPC single bay, it's a terrible design. There's a small hole in the top of the pick-up - which I assume is to help with priming - but all it does is let air into the system. The only way to prevent this from happening was to fill it over the top of the clear pick-up which is well over the fill line and even over the highest marking. It's not really that big of a deal but it's still a poor design.

*edit* Yup, it's got the exact same thing. If you can't get rid of the air in the system and you keep hearing this annoying noise coming from the pump, that's what's happening.
Um I've NEVER had problems with mine doing that. Also why the hell wouldn't you fill it pretty much to the brim. Theres no reason not to since you want the pump fully submerged to keep it cooled and from running dry.
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