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Let's see some pictures! Also, once you get everything up and running, definitely want to see what you've got in mind for that case of yours. biggrin.gif
Ouch. Definitely not digging the colors of those barbs or blocks. Those do NOT look like they're in "like new" condition either. Not a big fan of universal blocks anyway cause you can't fully cool the VRMs and such. tongue.gif
However, the people that have already posted in your thread, you're in good hands. Hog is a good guy and has helped me countless of times and pointed me in the right direction. Life safer, really. wink.gif
We'll be expecting pictures and such as far as your new build goes. thumb.gif

The barbs are pretty clean now, but I'll have to try and see how to clean the copper blocks off. I'll definitely take more pictures as I get all my watercooling parts together and post a build log. Thanks for your support! thumb.gif
    
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The barbs are pretty clean now, but I'll have to try and see how to clean the copper blocks off. I'll definitely take more pictures as I get all my watercooling parts together and post a build log. Thanks for your support! thumb.gif

Good deal. Goodluck man, and remember, have fun with it! smile.gif

And you're welcome, makes me wish I had this kind of support for my build.. tongue.gif
 
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It fits, Tight, but it fits biggrin.gif
Oh by the way, You guys should add me biggrin.gif
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Nice. You should join this forums group for Switch 810 owners.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1209048/official-nzxt-switch-810-thread
    
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The barbs are pretty clean now, but I'll have to try and see how to clean the copper blocks off. I'll definitely take more pictures as I get all my watercooling parts together and post a build log. Thanks for your support! thumb.gif

My wife said something about using a baking soda paste to clean and polish up the copper. Going to try tonight.

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Even if that does not work, for 40 bucks, I am not complaining.biggrin.gif

Sorry about the phone pics. They are off of my Razr...
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My wife said something about using a baking soda paste to clean and polish up the copper. Going to try tonight.
Even if that does not work, for 40 bucks, I am not complaining.biggrin.gif
Sorry about the phone pics. They are off of my Razr...

A little vinegar will help too. I've heard mixing vinegar and salt works as well.
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Nice. You should join this forums group for Switch 810 owners.
http://www.overclock.net/t/1209048/official-nzxt-switch-810-thread

already ahead of you tongue.gif
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I got my RX360 kit on Thursday, cleaned it up with distilled water etc. Hooked it all up on the kitchen table to do a leak test for about 20 hours. I put it together last night with no issues really other than the instructions for the screws for the block were worded poorly, so i set it up with what i thought would be right. Went to home depot earlier today and got some more fan screws to see the difference in push/pull, although it will be a tight fit up there. Here are some pics:

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Would you change the way the tubing is ran at all? or is that fine/good?
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Would you change the way the tubing is ran at all? or is that fine/good?

Looks good! thumb.gif

Personally, I think that the tube from the rad -> res/pump looks a little stretched. Maybe you can turn your rad around so that the ports are closer to the res?
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I got my RX360 kit on Thursday, cleaned it up with distilled water etc. Hooked it all up on the kitchen table to do a leak test for about 20 hours. I put it together last night with no issues really other than the instructions for the screws for the block were worded poorly, so i set it up with what i thought would be right. Went to home depot earlier today and got some more fan screws to see the difference in push/pull, although it will be a tight fit up there. Here are some pics:
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Would you change the way the tubing is ran at all? or is that fine/good?

Looks good man.

I would flip the rad around if you can though. Will give you a much cleaner look.

However, it looks good the way it is IMO so if it's good for you, don't change it. thumb.gif
 
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Thanks for your input. I may give that a shot when I add my GPU to the loop. I also bought a tee line adapter from home depot for easy draining, but I figured i would keep it simple this time around as it was my first time doing this so didn't install it. Will probably just buy one made for water cooling, I think I saw that DangerDen makes one.

Water cooling is so much more interesting than just slapping a big old honky HSF on.
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