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post #3291 of 106435
Hey OP, the link next to my name on the front page is wrong.. I don't mind, but if you wanna fix it that'd be sweet.
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post #3292 of 106435
Hey guys, i dont have a watercooling setup YET but I want to know how I can clean a radiator which I have already, the XSPC RX240.

Some of the fins are bent, and I think a little brownish orange colour makes them 'rusted' i think or corroded.
How do I clean the fins? There's alot of dust in between the radiators. Could running tap water through the radiator between the fins be alright?
post #3293 of 106435
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Still working on it... almost done.
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Awesome rigs Lucky and fshizl, i like the quality photos.
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post #3296 of 106435
This is actually a re-build of a Puget Systems computer; I stripped out almost everything and built it from the ground up using new components.

Components used:

Antec P193 case
Gigabyte x58a-UD7 motherboard
Intel 980-x CPU
2 x Sapphire 5970 OC
Creative X-Fi Titanium Champion
Killer 2100
6 x 2GB Kingston RAM (@ 1600 MHz / 8-8-8-24-2T)
1200W Thermaltake Toughpower PSU
3 x 160 GB Intel X-25 SSDs
1TB WD Caviar Black HD
Blu-ray RW

Cooling:

EK x58a-UD7 full-cover block
Koolance VID-597 v2 GPU blocks
Koolance CPU-360 v1.1 block & Indigo Extreme
Koolance RP-1000
Koolance TMS-200 Control Board
Koolance EHX-1320 4 x 120mm radiator & shroud (fans replaced)
Thermaltake TMG-1 120mm radiator & shroud
5 x Koolance 12025HBK 120mm fans (on the radiators)
Gelid Wing PL12 120mm fan (rear exhaust)
Notcua NF-P12 120mm fan (PSU / HD compartment intake)
200mm Antec Big Boy (side intake)

I have the front 120mm fans and 200mm side fan as intake, with the top-mounted EHX-1320 in a pull configuration exhausting air, along with the rear exhaust fan. I changed the EHX-1320 to pull air out of the case because a lot of cat hair was getting sucked into the radiator, and it was causing quite a mess. Much less trouble with that now that I changed the fans' directions. My cat loves to sit on top of my computer, unfortunately.

I also added in a Koolance TMS-200 control board, which can be mounted in a 5.25 bay and connected internally using a motherboard USB header. This board has connections for sensor inputs and control headers for fans and a pump. I connected a Koolance FM-17 flow sensor to it (right before the EHX-1320 radiator), as well as five temperature sensors, including a Koolance inline water sensor (right after the chipset.) The TMS-200 allows me greater control over pump and fan speeds, letting me ramp up cooling only when necessary based on the temperature sensors.

While the RP-1000 has some of this functionality, you can't customize the the fan profile like you can on the TMS-200.

Loop is pump-> 4x120mm rad -> cpu -> 120mm rad -> GPUs -> chipset




The original Puget system; I kept the GPUs (although updated the water blocks), the PSU (added some PSU cable extenders to route MB power cables behind the motherboard tray, the hard drives, optical drive, the X-Fi, the RP-1000, RAM and HyperX fan, and the EHX-1320 shroud & radiator (fans replaced.)

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post #3297 of 106435
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Originally Posted by Balthazor View Post
This is actually a re-build of a Puget Systems computer; I stripped out almost everything and built it from the ground up using new components.

Components used:

Antec P193 case
Gigabyte x58a-UD7 motherboard
Intel 980-x CPU
2 x Sapphire 5970 OC
Creative X-Fi Titanium Champion
Killer 2100
6 x 2GB Kingston RAM (@ 1600 MHz / 8-8-8-24-2T)
1200W Thermaltake Toughpower PSU
3 x 160 GB Intel X-25 SSDs
1TB WD Caviar Black HD
Blu-ray RW

Cooling:

EK x58a-UD7 full-cover block
Koolance VID-597 v2 GPU blocks
Koolance CPU-360 v1.1 block & Indigo Extreme
Koolance RP-1000
Koolance TMS-200 Control Board
Koolance EHX-1320 4 x 120mm radiator & shroud (fans replaced)
Thermaltake TMG-1 120mm radiator & shroud
5 x Koolance 12025HBK 120mm fans (on the radiators)
Gelid Wing PL12 120mm fan (rear exhaust)
Notcua NF-P12 120mm fan (PSU / HD compartment intake)
200mm Antec Big Boy (side intake)

I have the front 120mm fans and 200mm side fan as intake, with the top-mounted EHX-1320 in a pull configuration exhausting air, along with the rear exhaust fan. I changed the EHX-1320...

Sweet mother of jesus.
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post #3298 of 106435
CPU Block - Swiftech Apogee GT (Hopefully XT next week)
Pump - Swiftech MCP-655b
Radiator - Swiftech MCR320Qp
Res - Swiftech MicroRes
Fans - YateLoon D12SL-12
Tubing - Clear stuff I don't remember the name of..


    
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post #3299 of 106435
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Originally Posted by Orestes View Post
Here is an update on my second build so you can update my info on the first post.



almost finished, just have to figure out why my first hotswap bay isn't working
I had the same issue, just be sure to slide it correctly in it, dont use force up or down, just slide it gently and straight inside the tray
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post #3300 of 106435
First time water cooler this is a easy fix to cooling your cpu,the 130 watt i7 genarates alot of heat vs the 65 watt,my swiftec idles at 28c now @3.6 and load s at 56c with prime.



By phillipjos at 2010-07-30
Edited by phillipjos - 7/30/10 at 8:06am
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