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this should answer the one question he couldn't answer, here is my ARC MIDI with a rasa 750 RS240 installed with no modifications at all:
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dude....sweet build.drool.gif
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Using the h50 block/pump with bigger radiators? I was going to cut off the tubing from the Antec system and just use the radiator. I can imagine any of the all in one cooling systems uses special radiators or anything. If I move to a rasa system I wil have an abundance of coking solutions and figure I can save some $$$$ by being creative.

The All-in-One systems do use aluminum radiators to save costs and most custom loop rads use copper rads. You'd have to add something to disrupt the galvanic corrosion between your copper blocks/rads and aluminum rad from the Antec AIO.
    
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dude....sweet build.drool.gif

Thanks Flutonloyn smile.gif
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I have the RS240 kit and was wondering if anyone is using a flow indicator for 1/2"ID tubing? Does anyone have any good part numbers or manufacturers they use? I can't seem to find any that fit the 1/2" ID.
    
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Hello everyone, I finished my first attempt at water cooling. I stumbled upon this thread while I was looking for the name of the xspc fill port and decided to come back and post my creation. I've been building computers for years, but never went with watercooling due to the price barrier. After I got my 6990, my temperatures were outrageous and my system was unbearably loud, so I decided to make the additional investment. My awesome girlfriend got me the XSPC Rasa 750 RX360 kit for Christmas and I added a bit more to it. Tell me what you think.
The loop goes like this:
Pump=>CPU=>EX240=>6990=>RX360=>Reservoir
The RX360 has x3 CM Sickleflow fans in pull (they were free after rebate and do a good enough job for me)
The EX240 has x2 Yate Loon Slim 120mm Fans in push (not much space in the lower compartment for a rad and fans so slim fans were a must)
The 6990 has a Koolance VID-AR699 Block that I got used for $65
I also took the advice of some previous users and just went direct to the Primochill tubing and used a drop of dish soap to help get rid of extra air (it worked wonders).
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My temps are great with all the fans set around 900rpm and best of all, my system is silent again.
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hi all! just got into water setup. i have the rs 240 kit i only uplgraded the fans(scythe), fittings and tubes that comes with it. pull config, i get 28c // 68c (idle//prime95) room temp 28c, 2600k 4.8@1.37v. i used the paste that comes with it, cant find my artic yet.. is this temps high or just ok?

if i added a gpu block (single gfx card) in the loop do i need to add another 240 rad?

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post #12147 of 13773
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Glad to see you here! You are in the correct place for all these questions!
1.YES. The Rasa 750 kits are a great starting point for most WC builds. Depending on your cooling setup though you might want to upgrade the pump to a more efficient one yo maintain your 1GPM flow. This ia great kit to "dive in" with. It has a decent price and can be added to easily.
2. Generally, people change their loops every 6-9 months. If you make a drain line or some sort this is SO EASY. It is also advisable to break your kit down and clean the parts. You can get some light corrosion, and some build up in spots. This may take a couple hours at most. So, MAYBE twice a year? Distilled water has proven to be the best and its cheap. Really as long as your kit has no leaks, there is NO maintence. (unless you are like me and are always trying to make it better in some sense:thumb:)
3. Im really not sure on this since I have never worked with this case. Google is your best friend.
4. For the rasa kit.....nothing..barbs should only go finger tight and the CPU block is hand screw too. Maybe a screw driver? Well, and something to cut your tubing with.
5. I say the RASA 750's are a fantastic kit. The EK kits are a little more expensive but they have a better pump and a few other things. I really heard a lot more positive things about the rasa so i went with the RS360. It performs like a dream.
Hope this helps. biggrin.gif

That's awesome to know, thank you for all the replies! Quick questions though: What is "1GPM" and what does it mean/do? Also, you mention creating a "drain line," what exactly does that entail? I'm glad to know that it won't take too much maintenance to keep running, that is always a good thing to hear. I'm definitely going to do some more research and see what I can come up with for my system smile.gif


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this should answer the one question he couldn't answer, here is my ARC MIDI with a rasa 750 RS240 installed with no modifications at all:

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Wow, that looks awesome! Thank you so much for posting that up smile.gif As for the pump, I notice in your pics and heard from other users that it requires the only two 5.25" bays that we have in our case, so that is a bit of a disappointment because I use my DVD burner quite frequently, but I can always replace it with an external one, so that's not much of an issue. However, I was wondering if you wouldn't mind taking a few more pictures of the front of your machine with a bit more detail just so I could see how well the front plate blends in with the front of the Arc Midi case? If it looks good then I think I will definitely go with this kit. Thanks guys!
    
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hi all! just got into water setup. i have the rs 240 kit i only uplgraded the fans(scythe), fittings and tubes that comes with it. pull config, i get 28c // 68c (idle//prime95) room temp 28c, 2600k 4.8@1.37v. i used the paste that comes with it, cant find my artic yet.. is this temps high or just ok?
if i added a gpu block (single gfx card) in the loop do i need to add another 240 rad?
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I don't know anything about watercooling so I can't say how well your temps are, but I have to say your setup looks amazing! I love the color scheme and how everything shows through the window there. What kind of case is it you have? It's hard to tell with the dark pictures smile.gif
    
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Hello everyone, I finished my first attempt at water cooling. I stumbled upon this thread while I was looking for the name of the xspc fill port and decided to come back and post my creation. I've been building computers for years, but never went with watercooling due to the price barrier. After I got my 6990, my temperatures were outrageous and my system was unbearably loud, so I decided to make the additional investment. My awesome girlfriend got me the XSPC Rasa 750 RX360 kit for Christmas and I added a bit more to it. Tell me what you think.
The loop goes like this:
Pump=>CPU=>EX240=>6990=>RX360=>Reservoir
The RX360 has x3 CM Sickleflow fans in pull (they were free after rebate and do a good enough job for me)
The EX240 has x2 Yate Loon Slim 120mm Fans in push (not much space in the lower compartment for a rad and fans so slim fans were a must)
The 6990 has a Koolance VID-AR699 Block that I got used for $65
I also took the advice of some previous users and just went direct to the Primochill tubing and used a drop of dish soap to help get rid of extra air (it worked wonders).

My temps are great with all the fans set around 900rpm and best of all, my system is silent again.

Beautiful system. I really like the blue with green highlights.

With that gpu, I would recommend another 240. I started with a 240 and actually got a 360 to add when I went to cool my gpu's. I am sure it helps.
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Originally Posted by EKfine View Post

hi all! just got into water setup. i have the rs 240 kit i only uplgraded the fans(scythe), fittings and tubes that comes with it. pull config, i get 28c // 68c (idle//prime95) room temp 28c, 2600k 4.8@1.37v. i used the paste that comes with it, cant find my artic yet.. is this temps high or just ok?
if i added a gpu block (single gfx card) in the loop do i need to add another 240 rad?
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Beautiful system.

With that gpu, I would recommend another 240. I started with a 240 and actually got a 360 to add when I went to cool my gpu's. I am sure it helps.
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