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my case is the Tt Element V full tower, i do plan to mod it for a full side window as well as what ever else for cable management.

space is a slight problem with 2 240 rads. any other recommendations or fabrication ideas, as how i already have the rs240 kit on the way??
RS240 on top, and it looks like the bottom, down near the PSU area could be modded to fit another. If you don't want to mess with that, then as Los Hog suggested a 120 on the exhaust should be fine.


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that was my initial idea/plan. the h100 is for sale and the next question is if the rasa 750ln pump would be okay for the loop?

you guys are a great help btw. thanks so much
Yeah, the pump should be fine for the loop you are proposing.
Edited by anubis1127 - 11/7/11 at 6:33am
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Thanks guys for the help
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So this will be my first post on OCN, so be easy on me. I've been looking to water cool my stuff for the past few weeks and it seems this is the best kit for the money. But I have a couple questions.

I want to watercool my phenom 965 BE and my sapphire toxic 6950, would the rs360 kit be sufficient or should I bump up to the rx360 kit? I'm not 100 percent sure what the difference is between the two.

Hopefully I'll have one of these kits in the near future.

Thanks for the help!
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So this will be my first post on OCN, so be easy on me. I've been looking to water cool my stuff for the past few weeks and it seems this is the best kit for the money. But I have a couple questions.

I want to watercool my phenom 965 BE and my sapphire toxic 6950, would the rs360 kit be sufficient or should I bump up to the rx360 kit? I'm not 100 percent sure what the difference is between the two.

Hopefully I'll have one of these kits in the near future.

Thanks for the help!
The rs360 should be sufficient, the main difference between the two is the thickness. rs360 is thin, so you need medium to high speed fan cool it, while the rx360 is thicker, so you can get by using low speed fans, which will be more quiet. Either one will be fine though.

Are you planning on trying to mount the radiator internally, or externally? If external, I would say go with the RX360. Internal you may be limited on space, and perhaps the RS360 is the better route to take.

There are a ton of Phantom mods on OCN, and other forums, so perhaps you can find somebody that has all ready mounted a RX360 in theirs, but the ones I've seen all had thin radiators. I don't think you would have enough room for a RX360, plus fans, in the top of the phantom without having something sticking out the top, probably the radiator.

[edit]
Here's a thread with info specific to watercooling the NZXT Phantom with these kits: http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...-rx-rs240.html
Edited by anubis1127 - 11/7/11 at 8:14am
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The rx is a bigger rad Dimensions: 124x63x400mm (WxDxH) so you can use low speed fans to cool it it has a low fin per inch count
The rs is thinner rad Dimensions: 121x35x277mm (WxDxH) and cools good with med to high speed fans higher fins per inch count
But the fans that come with the kit are fine unless you want to replace them.
I would advise you to get better tubing as the tubing that comes with the kit clouds up fast due to plasticizer. Pick your color
and dont forget a kill coil LINKY
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The rs360 should be sufficient, the main difference between the two is the thickness. rs360 is thin, so you need medium to high speed fan cool it, while the rx360 is thicker, so you can get by using low speed fans, which will be more quiet. Either one will be fine though.

Are you planning on trying to mount the radiator internally, or externally? If external, I would say go with the RX360. Internal you may be limited on space, and perhaps the RS360 is the better route to take.

There are a ton of Phantom mods on OCN, and other forums, so perhaps you can find somebody that has all ready mounted a RX360 in theirs, but the ones I've seen all had thin radiators. I don't think you would have enough room for a RX360, plus fans, in the top of the phantom without having something sticking out the top, probably the radiator.

[edit]
Here's a thread with info specific to watercooling the NZXT Phantom with these kits: http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...-rx-rs240.html
Thanks for the input. Also thanks for the link, been trying to search for it but it's hard to do on an iPhone. I'll check that link out and figure out where I wanna go from there
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post #10587 of 13773
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RS240 on top, and it looks like the bottom, down near the PSU area could be modded to fit another. If you don't want to mess with that, then as Los Hog suggested a 120 on the exhaust should be fine.


[edit]

Yeah, the pump should be fine for the loop you are proposing.



thanks there!

what temps do you get with your setup?

also my room will be cold, like 20c cold once the pc is on.
post #10588 of 13773
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thanks there!

what temps do you get with your setup?

also my room will be cold, like 20c cold once the pc is on.
My room is a bit warmer than that, maybe 22-23c. I'm using a single RS240 right now. IBT get my 2500k up to 66c on the hottest core with it OC'd to 4.5ghz using 1.32v. Generally doesn't go over 50c in gaming, so I'm going to OC a bit more today. I'll update you on temps with higher OC/more voltage.
post #10589 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Los Hog View Post
The rx is a bigger rad Dimensions: 124x63x400mm (WxDxH) so you can use low speed fans to cool it it has a low fin per inch count
The rs is thinner rad Dimensions: 121x35x277mm (WxDxH) and cools good with med to high speed fans higher fins per inch count
But the fans that come with the kit are fine unless you want to replace them.
I would advise you to get better tubing as the tubing that comes with the kit clouds up fast due to plasticizer. Pick your color
and dont forget a kill coil LINKY
How are the fans that come with the kit as far as noise level?
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post #10590 of 13773
^ good question, should i get new fans as well?


lets see some pics of your setup anubis1127
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