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All these build look awesome. I made me a custom cover for the dual bay reservoir. Anyone interested in one? It can have just about anything on it, check my signature for more info.

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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

oi thanks! its nzxt 410 elite. here you go.

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oi thanks! its nzxt 410 elite. here you go.
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Actually, your temps look fine. Nice build.
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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
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!

1 GPM stands for 1 Gallon Per Minute. This is your flow rate. To achieve the best results, this should be your goal. Quite honestly, the XSPC pump that is the dual bay res is not the strongest but, it is a great starting point. You can ALWAYS upgrade at a later point in time.

A drain line is just a simple T fitting that you can purchase to aid with maintenance on your loop. When it is time to drain and clean the line this makes it much easier than trying to flip your computer around..I actually do not have one, but plan on adding it in the near future.

Hope this helps you.
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post #12155 of 13773
THis is coming the mail to replace my current XSPC dual bay res/pump plate. Work done by Dwood. Check him out.

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My XSPC setup with the Raystorm block.

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I'm looking to pick up one the RASA extreme kits with the EX240 along with another 240 rad to cool my CPU and new GTX680. I have a CM 690II and want both rads to be inside the case. The EX240 that comes with the kit will be in the top with some push AP15's mounted under the top plastic cover. For the bottom I was wondering if you guys think it would be better to go with another EX240 with P/P AP-15's or get an RX240 with some AP-15s in pull? I was thinking the thicker RX will allow me to run the fans a little slower for less noise while retaining the good cooling, but wanted some feedback from you guys as well.

Thanks.
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I'm looking to pick up one the RASA extreme kits with the EX240 along with another 240 rad to cool my CPU and new GTX680. I have a CM 690II and want both rads to be inside the case. The EX240 that comes with the kit will be in the top with some push AP15's mounted under the top plastic cover. For the bottom I was wondering if you guys think it would be better to go with another EX240 with P/P AP-15's or get an RX240 with some AP-15s in pull? I was thinking the thicker RX will allow me to run the fans a little slower for less noise while retaining the good cooling, but wanted some feedback from you guys as well.
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Any time you can run push/pull is better than just running pull. Also, if you are only running 2 fans, I think it is better to run push instead of pull. I could be wrong. The RX rads take slower fans due to the surface area of the rads. The EX rads need faster fans since they are thinner. They offer the same performance of the RX rads, but you have to use faster/louder fans.
post #12159 of 13773
Hey guys, quick question: What is better for my case (Arc Midi), an RS240 rad with push/pull config, an RX240 rad with just push, or an RX240 rad with just pull?

I've never set up a watercooling rig before so I want to make sure I do everything right!
    
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Guys quick question soon i am getting water cooling kit and i am kinda new with this...i am planning to get the rx360 rev2 does this box:
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needs to be inside the case or outside?and do i need a thermal paste?
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