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post #10011 of 13773
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Hmm maybe I didn't fully tighten. I'm afraid to overtighten on acrylic :O

I'll tighten it further and check again.

edit: that seemed to help thanks! +1
A thing I've noticed with my XSPC res is that you need to find the "sweet spot" when tightening the fill port plug
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post #10012 of 13773
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A thing I've noticed with my XSPC res is that you need to find the "sweet spot" when tightening the fill port plug
Same here bro lol
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guys i'v just installed the kit in the case but when i was done i found that i hade a mistake with installing the CPU block, I put the water comming from the pump in the OUT and the water which are going to the pump in the in does that reduce the performance ?
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post #10014 of 13773
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guys i'v just installed the kit in the case but when i was done i found that i hade a mistake with installing the CPU block, I put the water comming from the pump in the OUT and the water which are going to the pump in the in does that reduce the performance ?
If you're thinking about leaving it the way it is, then I'd say it's probably not the best idea.

Spend the additional time to get it done right imo. Remove the tubing, and redo that part of the loop.

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guys i'v just installed the kit in the case but when i was done i found that i hade a mistake with installing the CPU block, I put the water comming from the pump in the OUT and the water which are going to the pump in the in does that reduce the performance ?
Yes it will reduce your performance but if you have water in the system an ez fix is just swap the tubes at the res/pump that way you dont spill water on the motherboard
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post #10016 of 13773
The problem is the tuping became so tight but anyway i'll try to get it out from the brabs

The second thing is the clips I don't think that I can use them anymore if I remove them, am I wrong about that?
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post #10017 of 13773
No they can be reused
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post #10018 of 13773
So when applying the backplate to the motherboard, the sticky adhesive is supposed to be applied directly to the back of the motherboard right?

Just like in step two

http://www.xs-pc.com/manual/rasa.pdf
post #10019 of 13773
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So when applying the backplate to the motherboard, the sticky adhesive is supposed to be applied directly to the back of the motherboard right?

Just like in step two

http://www.xs-pc.com/manual/rasa.pdf
Yes that is correct

I took a little extra time to clean the back surface of the motherboard so that the adhesive would make better contact. The sticky adhesive serves 2 purposes one of them is obviously to mount the back plate on but the second is to create a layer between the pcb of the motherboard and the back plate.
Edited by Renbad - 9/27/11 at 9:12pm
    
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Yes that is correct

I took a little extra time to clean the back surface of the motherboard so that the adhesive would make better contact. The sticky adhesive serves 2 purposes one of them is obviously to mount the back plate on but the second is to create a layer between the pcb of the motherboard and the back plate.
Ok so I didn't screw it up when i put it on there a few months back. The pump went out and i am trying to put on the stock cpu cooler on there until i get the replacement pump. I can not take off the backplate for the life of me. The only way I could get it off would be to use a screw driver and pry it off. I think they might have made the adhesive too strong. Any ideas on how to get it off? I am missing some major bf3 time here
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