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So i am sure this has been asked before but how do you find the noise on the pump? on performance pcs it says that it is max 42dB and imo that is really quite loud... What do you guys have to say?
    
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So i am sure this has been asked before but how do you find the noise on the pump? on performance pcs it says that it is max 42dB and imo that is really quite loud... What do you guys have to say?

I've got a rs360 CPU loop, and I've never heard my pump except when I was filling the res and it was sucking air. In fact, I accidentally unplugged it, and it took me quite some time to figure out why my computer was shutting down after a few seconds. I have to feel the lines for vibration to tell the thing's on.
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Cleaned up the inside of my case and moved my radiator from the top down to the bottom. Dropped my cpu temps by an average of 5c biggrin.gif Replaced the XSPC tubing with Primochill. So far, it seems Primochill tubing is a lot stronger compared to XSPC tubing.

Really wish my camera didn't make some parts of the photo blurry...
post #12334 of 13773
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So i am sure this has been asked before but how do you find the noise on the pump? on performance pcs it says that it is max 42dB and imo that is really quite loud... What do you guys have to say?

The pump is loud if it is not covered in water. Which to run it with out burning it up you will need to fill the res and submerge it in water. The water insultaes the sound. I do not even hear my pump.
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Here's what the UV blue tubing upgrade looks like that comes with the rasa kit...
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Here's what the UV blue tubing upgrade looks like that comes with the rasa kit...

That does look pretty sweet. I wonder if it would plasticize as bad as the clear?
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Here's what the UV blue tubing upgrade looks like that comes with the rasa kit...
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Can you tell us the exact name of this tubing pls?
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That does look pretty sweet. I wonder if it would plasticize as bad as the clear?

Been running mine for over a month with mo issues.....I think the clouding/plasticizing was being contributed to the flux from new rads. As long as you wash your out with hot water and/or vinegar yours should be more than fine.
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i washed my rad out 4 times and my tubes still clouded frown.gif
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Can you tell us the exact name of this tubing pls?

Honestly I don't know. All I can tell you is when you order a XSPC Rasa kit from Frozencpu.com they give you an option to upgrade to -- (XSPC High Flex 7/16 x 5/8 - UV Blue).

They also sent me the regular clear tubing that normally comes with the kit and it is far worse in comparison. The stock tubing seemed very stiff and cheap. I'm glad I spent the extra money on the Blue tubing.
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