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post #11 of 18
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Can anyone help with the clamps size?
Thanks.
post #12 of 18
5/8ths of an inch is roughly 16mm. So these clamps will do just fine.

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/brmihocl7int1.html

But your Rasa kit comes with the black clamps, so these would be the match.

http://www.sidewindercomputers.com/heclnyhocl0t2.html

Order both just in case one doesn't fit imo. They are cheap. Good luck with your build!
post #13 of 18
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I'd swap the tygon for primochill tubing. Also I'd use an EK Supreme VGA, because in case you ever go SLI you'll be able to be a new top that allows SLI, which is release on Nov 1st.

Also if you can fit it the RX kit is better.
Siderwinder don't have the EK blocks on stock atm.
I will not be able to SLI with the XSPC block (Or maybe the Swiftech one) ?, why ?
Edited by Beens17 - 10/24/11 at 10:13am
post #14 of 18
The EK blocks won't be released till Nov 1st so you'd have to wait.

No you can SLI/xFire with standard universal blocks, its just its a pain getting tubing/fittings to go from one card's outlet to the others inlet. Think about how the cards go in and the way the barbs are on the VGA Blocks. That's why when most people goto cool SLI/xFire setups they use full cover blocks, since it makes connecting them with tubing/fittings easier. With universal setups it's always been a pain. However it can be done.
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The sealing plug on your shopping list is for 3/8" inner diameter tubing, which doesn't match. You want this one.

Also, do you need fan header extensions or Y-splitters since you're going to use a controller? If you already placed the order, It's probably not too late if you called them tomorrow morning with any changes.
Edited by threephi - 10/24/11 at 5:53pm
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post #16 of 18
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The sealing plug on your shopping list is for 3/8" inner diameter tubing, which doesn't match. You want this one.

Also, do you need fan header extensions or Y-splitters since you're going to use a controller? If you already placed the order, It's probably not too late if you called them tomorrow morning with any changes.
Ahh thx, didn't notice the wrong size.

About the 2nd part, i have few extensions already.
I plan to connect the fans straight to the controller with their 3 pin connectors, correct me if i'm wrong?...
Why would i need the Y-splitters?
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Ahh thx, didn't notice the wrong size.

About the 2nd part, i have few extensions already.
I plan to connect the fans straight to the controller with their 3 pin connectors, correct me if i'm wrong?...
Why would i need the Y-splitters?
Sorry for late reply, work has kept me away from the computer this week...

About using splitters, there are two basic reasons off the top of my head. First and perhaps most obvious is if you have more fans than controller channels. Another reason is for functional grouping, for example putting all the fans that service a rad together. You just have to make sure in either case that you pay attention to the channel's maximum watt limit.
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Sorry for late reply, work has kept me away from the computer this week...

About using splitters, there are two basic reasons off the top of my head. First and perhaps most obvious is if you have more fans than controller channels. Another reason is for functional grouping, for example putting all the fans that service a rad together. You just have to make sure in either case that you pay attention to the channel's maximum watt limit.
Thanks.
For now i will only use the fans that comes with the rasa kit + 3 case fans.
Will get splitters when i will buy extra fans.
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