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I had good luck using a hair drier then rocking it back and forth. Even then it was a huge pain to remove.
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post #11732 of 13773
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Wow, you guys said that the tubing that comes with this kit would get nasty quickly and boy did it. I only used it for 5 days or so and it is already cloudy and sort of a yellowish color.
Also, do you have any suggestions for how to get it off of a barb?

Once you've got it out of your computer just fill your sink or let the barb/tubing run under really, really hot water for about 20-30 seconds then remove the tubing from the barb(s) by moving it back and forth. It'll eventually come off. thumb.gif

Or, like others have said, you can cut it. But it's so much easier to remove when you soak them in hot water.
 
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Originally Posted by selluminis View Post

The switch has 90 mm clearance in the top and the top fans mount out side the case and get covered by the vents on top.
Yes, I read that 90mm. I was not sure where these 90mm are. But I saw some pics and it looks very doable. The RX360 is only 58.5mm so there might even fit some push fans.
Thank you so much for your help and saving me some more time researching. +REPed for sure!
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you have enough for the rx style rad and a 25 mm fan on the inside of the Switch 810 case, the topside of the case has a removable "fin" section for another set of 25 mm fans giving you the push / pull set up:thumb:
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Originally Posted by jeffblute View Post

you have enough for the rx style rad and a 25 mm fan on the inside of the Switch 810 case, the topside of the case has a removable "fin" section for another set of 25 mm fans giving you the push / pull set up:thumb:

The EX and RX cool about the same with fan speeds over 1200rpm (Chart 1). The major advantage performance wise that I see is with flow rates (Chart 2):

Chart 1
382

Chart 2
279.

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I'll be adding an RX240 rad to my loop next week. Unfortunately, my Phantom case can't fit an RX + lower push fans up under the top panel, so I've had to settle for the slimmer radiator in a push/pull config.
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I have a RS 240 kit, I have a 2700k at 1.4v OC to 4.8 I'm idling at 30,41,41,37 and in Prime 95 after about 1 hour of its at about 65,75,75,67. I've mounted and remounted the block about 10 times trying to get a better mount I need help, I'm stumped on this one.
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That's how you'd normally setup the loop but loop order doesn't matter at all.
Any reason for having the GPU first?
I'm currently rockin' this setup and it's taming the heat flawlessly.
Pump/Res > RS240 > 2600K > GTX470 > GTX 470 > RX240 > Pump/Res
You should be good man, you could definitely pull off a SLI setup and not have to get anymore rad. thumb.gif
Edit - Count me in for the club! See "Classified" rig in my sig for old pictures, and I'll post up the new loop and pics. thumb.gif
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Great looking build, I have a 500R also, I was wandering could you stand the RX240 upright and have the front fans blow through it? I want to do this and I don't know if it would fit. I wanted to get a RX240 kit, but it will not fit in the top. also is the 750 enough pump for a RX and a RS?
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Great looking build, I have a 500R also, I was wandering could you stand the RX240 upright and have the front fans blow through it? I want to do this and I don't know if it would fit. I wanted to get a RX240 kit, but it will not fit in the top. also is the 750 enough pump for a RX and a RS?

I don't have a 500R.. I have a 650D.

Also, no, the RX won't fit standing up in the front. Unless you cut out some of the bays. However, if you remove the HDD cages, it will fit at the bottom with no issues whatsoever as shown in the pictures above.

As for the pump being enough, yes, it's plenty for my setup. I've got a RX and an RS 240 along with my Rasa blocks with 2 EK FC blocks on my GPU's running flawlessly with the 750 pump. thumb.gif
 
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I don't have a 500R.. I have a 650D.
Also, no, the RX won't fit standing up in the front. Unless you cut out some of the bays. However, if you remove the HDD cages, it will fit at the bottom with no issues whatsoever as shown in the pictures above.
As for the pump being enough, yes, it's plenty for my setup. I've got a RX and an RS 240 along with my Rasa blocks with 2 EK FC blocks on my GPU's running flawlessly with the 750 pump. thumb.gif

nice can't wait to get mine then.
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nice can't wait to get mine then.

You can fit an RS up top on the 650D no problem. Possibly even an RX but you have enough room to do p/p on the RS rad.

But awesome, glad I could help ya out and make you post some pics when you get it all up and running so we can see that badboy thumb.gif
 
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