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LINK this is a nice res and a 655 pump.

do you know the dB on that pump XSPC told me theirs is 42dB

by the way +rep for link
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I just saw "Note: Pump not included and required for usage! " frown.gif
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I am running the XSPC RX240 right now. Getting great temps but at idle the pump is louder then when I was air cooling.
So I plan on using a small amount of my tax money to get a new pump. My goal is near silent, but still good performance. I want to hear my case fans not the pump rolleyes.gif
Max budget is probably $150 closer to $100.
Any suggestions? Should I just start a separate thread for this?
should add I use the fan controller on my phantom and have it turned all the way down at all times

XSPC Reservoir + Swiftech MCP655 = $140

Seeing as though you can't really replace the pump in the Rasa kit.
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Hey guys, I've been away from OCN for a while, and thus haven't been keeping up with the thread. Rather than searching through 1166 pages, I just thought I'd ask my question/questions, and also because I wanted to get a little advice on the loop order.

I'm using the RS240 kit right now with just the X20 750 Pump/Res, the RS240 rad, and the Rasa block, and have been loving it. I recently acquired a few extra radiators, and have to mod my case a bit to fit them in, but I think I'm finally going to make time to do it this weekend. I will also be adding a EK full cover block to my gtx 580.

What I'm wondering is, how many of the radiators should I try using? The new radiators I have are: Swiftech MCR320-XP, XSPC EX 240, and XSPC EX 120.

Due to space constrictions in my case I can either use MCR320, or EX 240 up top, EX 120 in back fan spot, with the existing RS240 in the front. If I were to use the MCR320 up top, I would move the EX240 to the front. The top needs to be modded to fit either the EX240, or the MCR320, but if I go with the MCR320 I would have to remove my DVD-Drive, which I will probably do anyway. The MCR320 will also be a bit trickier to put up top, but it can be done.

I was leaning toward EX240 up top, EX120 in back, and RS240 up front, loop would be Pump/Res -> EX240 -> CPU block -> EX120->GPU block->RS240. Is that too much stress to put on the X20 750 Pump? Would I be better scrapping the EX120, and just going with either MCR320, or EX240 up top and RS240 up front, along with CPU block, and GPU block? Is that loop order OK?

Thanks for any help/input in advance.
Edited by anubis1127 - 2/16/12 at 8:43am
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Hey guys, I've been away from OCN for a while, and thus haven't been keeping up with the thread. Rather than searching through 1166 pages, I just thought I'd ask my question/questions, and also because I wanted to get a little advice on the loop order.
I'm using the RS240 kit right now with just the X20 750 Pump/Res, the RS240 rad, and the Rasa block, and have been loving it. I recently acquired a few extra radiators, and have to mod my case a bit to fit them in, but I think I'm finally going to make time to do it this weekend. I will also be adding a EK full cover block to my gtx 580.
What I'm wondering is, how many of the radiators should I try using? The new radiators I have are: Swiftech MCR320-XP, XSPC EX 240, and XSPC EX 120.
Due to space constrictions in my case I can either use MCR320, or EX 240 up top, EX 120 in back fan spot, with the existing RS240 in the front. If I were to use the MCR320 up top, I would move the EX240 to the front. The top needs to be modded to fit either the EX240, or the MCR320, but if I go with the MCR320 I would have to remove my DVD-Drive, which I will probably do anyway. The MCR320 will also be a bit trickier to put up top, but it can be done.
I was leaning toward EX240 up top, EX120 in back, and RS240 up front, loop would be Pump/Res -> EX240 -> CPU block -> EX120->GPU block->RS240. Is that too much stress to put on the X20 750 Pump? Would I be better scrapping the EX120, and just going with either MCR320, or EX240 up top and RS240 up front, along with CPU block, and GPU block? Is that loop order OK?
Thanks for any help/input in advance.

I you'll be fine with just the EX240 and RS240, combined thats a quad rad. If using just those two rads and two blocks the pump res combo will be fine.

As for loop order, don't worry about putting a Rad inbetween each component. The water temp doesn't change much, in your case the temp will probably be 1-1.5C. Just loop everything up in the cleanist, easiest way.
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I you'll be fine with just the EX240 and RS240, combined thats a quad rad. If using just those two rads and two blocks the pump res combo will be fine.
As for loop order, don't worry about putting a Rad inbetween each component. The water temp doesn't change much, in your case the temp will probably be 1-1.5C. Just loop everything up in the cleanist, easiest way.

But the way he's wanting to set everything up, that would be the logical way to setup his loop.

Top > Back > Front

But I'm inclined to agree, you'll be fine man. You've got a lot of rad space for just those 2 components so you should be good to go. thumb.gif
 
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But the way he's wanting to set everything up, that would be the logical way to setup his loop.
Top > Back > Front
But I'm inclined to agree, you'll be fine man. You've got a lot of rad space for just those 2 components so you should be good to go. thumb.gif

Tbh I couldn't visualise in my head how it would look setup that way lol

But if the loop he suggested is the easiest way and achieve short clean lines then by all means thats the way to do it smile.gif

Normally when some1 suggests a loop like that it isn't, and they only suggest it because they think they'll get terrible performance if they don't wink.gif
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I you'll be fine with just the EX240 and RS240, combined thats a quad rad. If using just those two rads and two blocks the pump res combo will be fine.
As for loop order, don't worry about putting a Rad inbetween each component. The water temp doesn't change much, in your case the temp will probably be 1-1.5C. Just loop everything up in the cleanist, easiest way.

OK, I was hoping to add the EX 120, just so I could stuff 3 rads into this mid-tower wink.gif But I suppose I'll just start with the EX240+RS240 combo.
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Originally Posted by Dustin1 View Post

But the way he's wanting to set everything up, that would be the logical way to setup his loop.
Top > Back > Front
But I'm inclined to agree, you'll be fine man. You've got a lot of rad space for just those 2 components so you should be good to go. thumb.gif

Yeah, that's the only logical way with 3 rads in those locations in this particular case, otherwise I'd be crossing tubes, and it'd be weird.
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Tbh I couldn't visualise in my head how it would look setup that way lol
But if the loop he suggested is the easiest way and achieve short clean lines then by all means thats the way to do it smile.gif
Normally when some1 suggests a loop like that it isn't, and they only suggest it because they think they'll get terrible performance if they don't wink.gif

It was strictly due to the location of the radiators in relation to the location of the blocks, and pump/res.

Thanks guys, I'll add some pics when I'm done.
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Rotary tools like a Dremel or a jigsaw.
I've seen these two items recommended often here and in other places:
http://www.amazon.com/Black-Decker-RTX-B-Rotary-Storage/dp/B000MUSLCC/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1325600837&sr=8-2
http://www.amazon.com/Dremel-709-01-110-Super-Accessory/dp/B003BIFMKG/ref=sr_1_4?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1325601177&sr=1-4
Were I to start modding, I would definitely pick these up, but until then, I'd rather save the money for food and whatnot.

thought so. + rep on the confirmation.
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Fweee wheee.gif so my Rasa CPU block, Rasa GPU o-ring replacements, PT-nuke, and MasterKleer tubing came in today. I will go ahead and start a build log and try to get my loop setup today. I thank everyone who has helped answer my questions and have given me great tips, you guys have been awesome! thumb.gif

Question: Is the included TIM in the Rasa block good? I have MX-2 and AS-5 as my other options.
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