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Originally Posted by selluminis View Post

Looks like that did the trick.
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Again, crappy phone pic. I will break the camera out for the "rebuild" log.
+rep on that advice! biggrin.gif

Looks good man! thumb.gif

Can't wait to see what you do with your build. Definitely ready to see that 448 under water!
 
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Looks like that did the trick.

-snip-

Again, crappy phone pic. I will break the camera out for the "rebuild" log.
+rep on that advice! biggrin.gif

It helps to have an ex-military dad as a "professional" polisher. thumb.gif
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It helps to have an ex-military dad as a "professional" polisher. thumb.gif

Nice. thumb.gif
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would the rs360 be able to handle 2 460s and a 2500k oc'd to 4.5 ghz? my rs360 is keeping my 4.5ghz around 50~ with just the cpu

also, would the pump that comes with the rs360 kit be able to handle another 240 rad or no?
   
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would the rs360 be able to handle 2 460s and a 2500k oc'd to 4.5 ghz? my rs360 is keeping my 4.5ghz around 50~ with just the cpu
also, would the pump that comes with the rs360 kit be able to handle another 240 rad or no?

Maybe, however you may be pushing it with just the 360. Adding the 240 would definitely help.

And yes, the pump will suffice. I currently has a RS240 and a RX240 running along with both my GPU blocks, and my CPU blocks running flawlessly.
 
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post #11606 of 13773
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How good are these kits? I'm gonna be buying a new case and I| want to go WC'ing. I'm a complete newb to it, though. Just wondering how far the 360 will take me, or if there is anything I should buy on top of it. Like maybe a better block or something.

What version of the 360? RS will do good for a CPU only loop with some high RPM fans. RX will serve it's purpose with a CPU+GPU possibly a second GPU with some nice air moving fans. As for the stock XSPC block, I'm still using it, and still loving it. thumb.gif

It's a good block, just depends if you're wanting a different look I suppose. tongue.gif

I disagree, the RS360 can handle a CPU and GPU, if you are running 2 gpu's you might be pushing it.
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post #11607 of 13773
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Maybe, however you may be pushing it with just the 360. Adding the 240 would definitely help.
And yes, the pump will suffice. I currently has a RS240 and a RX240 running along with both my GPU blocks, and my CPU blocks running flawlessly.

That is good to know about the pump. I was wondering if it would take care of all of this water.

I think he should just try it and see what he gets. He will probably be okay.
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I need to get a fan controller as my fans are just a little bit too loud for me, its not a problem that needs to be dealt with immediately as they are not crazy loud but i would like to run them at just a little bit slower speeds when i am not doing heavy tasks.

NO CONTROLLERS FOR THE BAYS


Fan Specs: 4 x YateLoons -- Intake
Rated Voltage: 12 Volts
Operation Voltage: 6.5~13.8 Volts
Input current: 0.30 Amp Max
Operation temperature: -10 to +65 C
Storage temperature: -40 to +70 C
RPM: 1650 +/- 10%
CFM: 70.5
dB: 33
Corners Closed

2 x Stock fans from the xspc rasa rx240 kit, Used as exhaust
Rated Voltage: 12 Volts
Input current: 0.18 Amp Stated
RPM: 1650

Not much info about this fan as I can only find what's written on the fan. Personal observations are that this fan is just a little bit louder than the yate loons but also pushes a bit more air than the yate loon.


I saw some fan controllers on newegg that gave me the idea of splitting the fans and plugging them into the motherboard to provide pwm control. Is there anything that you would recommend that can do that?

I want the most hassle-free control through temperatures. The yate loons speed will also effect what my cpu temps are.

Would like something that can fit in the rear pci slots, have enough space there. Front bays are all full including hdd racks.



System Specs:

CPU - i7-2600k
Motherboard - Asus Z68 pro
Ram - Corsair Vengeance 2x4gb 1600 cas 9
HSF - [strike]Hyper 212 evo[/strike] [strike]Corsair H80[/strike] XSPC Rasa RX240 Kit
HDD - Spinpoint 1tb HDD Hd103sj x2
SSD - Crucial M4 128gb
PSU - XFX PRO850W XXX Silver
GPU - Gigabyte 6850 OC
Case - Cooler Master Storm Scout

Thank you!!

Will post pics of the build after i am done completely, what a pain to fit the rx240 with push/pull in there but i did it somehow smile.gif
post #11609 of 13773
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I need to get a fan controller as my fans are just a little bit too loud for me, its not a problem that needs to be dealt with immediately as they are not crazy loud but i would like to run them at just a little bit slower speeds when i am not doing heavy tasks.
NO CONTROLLERS FOR THE BAYS
Fan Specs: 4 x YateLoons -- Intake
Rated Voltage: 12 Volts
Operation Voltage: 6.5~13.8 Volts
Input current: 0.30 Amp Max
Operation temperature: -10 to +65 C
Storage temperature: -40 to +70 C
RPM: 1650 +/- 10%
CFM: 70.5
dB: 33
Corners Closed
2 x Stock fans from the xspc rasa rx240 kit, Used as exhaust
Rated Voltage: 12 Volts
Input current: 0.18 Amp Stated
RPM: 1650
Not much info about this fan as I can only find what's written on the fan. Personal observations are that this fan is just a little bit louder than the yate loons but also pushes a bit more air than the yate loon.
I saw some fan controllers on newegg that gave me the idea of splitting the fans and plugging them into the motherboard to provide pwm control. Is there anything that you would recommend that can do that?
I want the most hassle-free control through temperatures. The yate loons speed will also effect what my cpu temps are.
Would like something that can fit in the rear pci slots, have enough space there. Front bays are all full including hdd racks.
System Specs:
CPU - i7-2600k
Motherboard - Asus Z68 pro
Ram - Corsair Vengeance 2x4gb 1600 cas 9
HSF - [strike]Hyper 212 evo[/strike] [strike]Corsair H80[/strike] XSPC Rasa RX240 Kit
HDD - Spinpoint 1tb HDD Hd103sj x2
SSD - Crucial M4 128gb
PSU - XFX PRO850W XXX Silver
GPU - Gigabyte 6850 OC
Case - Cooler Master Storm Scout
Thank you!!
Will post pics of the build after i am done completely, what a pain to fit the rx240 with push/pull in there but i did it somehow smile.gif

Wow, if you think the stock XSPC kit fans are loud I don't know what to tell you. I thought they were really quiet......
post #11610 of 13773
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Originally Posted by GoodInk View Post

I disagree, the RS360 can handle a CPU and GPU, if you are running 2 gpu's you might be pushing it.

Yeah, I wasn't really thinking when I posted that. Still tired tongue.gif

Edited it out and made it clear. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by selluminis View Post

That is good to know about the pump. I was wondering if it would take care of all of this water.
I think he should just try it and see what he gets. He will probably be okay.

Yeah, it's a strong pump no doubt about that.

And yeah, he should be. But if he's looking to go full on watercooling for both of his GPUs along with his CPU that 360 may not cut it. Well, it will, just depends on what kind of temps he's looking for.
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Originally Posted by crazynuts16 View Post

I need to get a fan controller as my fans are just a little bit too loud for me, its not a problem that needs to be dealt with immediately as they are not crazy loud but i would like to run them at just a little bit slower speeds when i am not doing heavy tasks.
NO CONTROLLERS FOR THE BAYS
Fan Specs: 4 x YateLoons -- Intake
Rated Voltage: 12 Volts
Operation Voltage: 6.5~13.8 Volts
Input current: 0.30 Amp Max
Operation temperature: -10 to +65 C
Storage temperature: -40 to +70 C
RPM: 1650 +/- 10%
CFM: 70.5
dB: 33
Corners Closed
2 x Stock fans from the xspc rasa rx240 kit, Used as exhaust
Rated Voltage: 12 Volts
Input current: 0.18 Amp Stated
RPM: 1650
Not much info about this fan as I can only find what's written on the fan. Personal observations are that this fan is just a little bit louder than the yate loons but also pushes a bit more air than the yate loon.
I saw some fan controllers on newegg that gave me the idea of splitting the fans and plugging them into the motherboard to provide pwm control. Is there anything that you would recommend that can do that?
I want the most hassle-free control through temperatures. The yate loons speed will also effect what my cpu temps are.
Would like something that can fit in the rear pci slots, have enough space there. Front bays are all full including hdd racks.
System Specs:
CPU - i7-2600k
Motherboard - Asus Z68 pro
Ram - Corsair Vengeance 2x4gb 1600 cas 9
HSF - [strike]Hyper 212 evo[/strike] [strike]Corsair H80[/strike] XSPC Rasa RX240 Kit
HDD - Spinpoint 1tb HDD Hd103sj x2
SSD - Crucial M4 128gb
PSU - XFX PRO850W XXX Silver
GPU - Gigabyte 6850 OC
Case - Cooler Master Storm Scout
Thank you!!
Will post pics of the build after i am done completely, what a pain to fit the rx240 with push/pull in there but i did it somehow smile.gif

Honestly, if you can't fit a fan controller, look into the Gentle Typhoon fans. They move some serious air and are as quiet as can be. thumb.gif

I love my AP-14's. However, if you're looking for the "best" try to find and get some AP-15's.
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Wow, if you think the stock XSPC kit fans are loud I don't know what to tell you. I thought they were really quiet......

Me too.. I can't even hear my XSPC fans, only thing I hear from time-to-time is my pump inside my res.. :S
 
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