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i washed my rad out 4 times and my tubes still clouded frown.gif

I washed mine with REALLY REALLY hot, pretty much boiling, filtered water. Another solution is to nuke some vinegar and do the same. BUT BE CAREFUL! If its pure vinegar you cannot tell when it is boiling because there are no imperfections in the solution. Ive seen many people do this and clean their rad pretty well.
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just wondering the back plate for my kit didnt have a sticky part that sticks to the mobo (like my old raystorm i had) just wondering if anyone else came across this? just made it hard to install
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just wondering the back plate for my kit didnt have a sticky part that sticks to the mobo (like my old raystorm i had) just wondering if anyone else came across this? just made it hard to install

Just use a piece of scotch tape to hold the retention plate on. That's all I did with my H80, H100, and CoolIt Eco.
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Hi guys,

I'm totally new at watercooling, been thinking about Rasa RS240 kit to cool my i5 2500k.
Later, id like to add my GPU to the loop as well, also adding an additional 120 rad to make sure my loop can handle the heat.

I'm wondering about a couple things:

- Would a 240 + 120 rad be sufficiant enough to cool my oc'd i5 2500k and 7950?
- I'm going black/white theme on my Corsair 600T SE and im considering black compression fittings and white tubing. Now i'm wondering what tubing to pick (size) and the total lenght? (for just CPU, GPU will come later) My local hardware store has the following sizes:

1/2 tubing (13MM ID)
3/8 tubing (10MM ID)
3/8 tubing (5/8 OD)
5/16 tubing (8MM ID)
1/4 tubing (6MM ID)

- Which size should i get for a Rasa RS240 kit? same counts for the fittings.
- Also, would a fancontroller be needed? or can i just put all my gentle typhoons on max and let it be that way?

Thank you thumb.gif
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Hi guys,
I'm totally new at watercooling, been thinking about Rasa RS240 kit to cool my i5 2500k.
Later, id like to add my GPU to the loop as well, also adding an additional 120 rad to make sure my loop can handle the heat.
I'm wondering about a couple things:
- Would a 240 + 120 rad be sufficiant enough to cool my oc'd i5 2500k and 7950?
- I'm going black/white theme on my Corsair 600T SE and im considering black compression fittings and white tubing. Now i'm wondering what tubing to pick (size) and the total lenght? (for just CPU, GPU will come later) My local hardware store has the following sizes:
1/2 tubing (13MM ID)
3/8 tubing (10MM ID)
3/8 tubing (5/8 OD)
5/16 tubing (8MM ID)
1/4 tubing (6MM ID)
- Which size should i get for a Rasa RS240 kit? same counts for the fittings.
- Also, would a fancontroller be needed? or can i just put all my gentle typhoons on max and let it be that way?
Thank you thumb.gif

First off, welcome to our thread!

1. Yes, that much rad space should be fine for CPU+1 GPU.
2. In terms of performance, there are no real gains/losses in terms of tubing size. It just depends on how you want your rig to look. I would order some Primochill LRT with your kit. It is designed specifically for PC cooling and really is the best stuff to buy imo. A good size to get is 1/2 ID x 3/4 OD...there are a lot of options for fittings in this size. White tubing with Black compression fittings will look vey clean and classy.
3. Just make sure what ever size fitting you get matches the tubing size. (most websites have charts)
4. It depends on how concerned you are with noise. If you dont care, then let em rip...if not, you can get one to control the noise when not gaming/browsing etc...

Hope this helps.
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First off, welcome to our thread!
1. Yes, that much rad space should be fine for CPU+1 GPU.
2. In terms of performance, there are no real gains/losses in terms of tubing size. It just depends on how you want your rig to look. I would order some Primochill LRT with your kit. It is designed specifically for PC cooling and really is the best stuff to buy imo. A good size to get is 1/2 ID x 3/4 OD...there are a lot of options for fittings in this size. White tubing with Black compression fittings will look vey clean and classy.
3. Just make sure what ever size fitting you get matches the tubing size. (most websites have charts)
4. It depends on how concerned you are with noise. If you dont care, then let em rip...if not, you can get one to control the noise when not gaming/browsing etc...
Hope this helps.

That sure does help thumb.gif
Ill take a look at the Primochill tubing.

Corcerning noise... I had a HAF922 case before, eventhough that thing had awesome caseflow... It was pretty noisy! This Corsair case is whisper silent compared to my old HAF.
Ill check around for some fancontroller with not too much bling bling and decide what to do.

Cheers for this info, the tubing part was a little confusing but this makes things clear.
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So, I really like the look of the 240 kit but can't fit that size rad into my little TJ08.
The kit seems really good value as when you add the parts in separately it costs a lot more

I was thinking of buying the kit and then also getting a Magicool 180mm and selling the 240mm that is included.
Has anyone tried that? Or does anyone know if that would work or if extra parts would be needed?

Then later on I also want to add a 120 rad and a GPU to the loop. I am guessing more fittings and tube etc. would be needed.

Any advice appreciated smile.gif
Edited by zer0sum - 5/1/12 at 1:04pm
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So, I really like the look of the 240 kit but can't fit that size rad into my little TJ08. The kit seems really good value as when you add the parts in separately it costs a lot more
I was thinking of buying the kit and then also getting a MAgicool 180mm and selling the 240mm that is included.
Has anyone tried that? Or does anyone know if that would work or if extra parts would be needed?
Then later on I also want to add a 120 rad and a GPU to the loop. I am guessing more fittings and tube etc. would be needed.
Any advice appreciated smile.gif

You can change and use whatever rad you want with the kit (they are a great deal to get started with.)
When you add the gpu block and additional rad, all you'll need is more tubing and fittings and you'd be good to go. thumb.gif
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What total length of tubing do i need for a CPU only loop in a Corsair 600T? Would 2 meter be enough?
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What total length of tubing do i need for a CPU only loop in a Corsair 600T? Would 2 meter be enough?
it will be plenty, i didnt even use all of it up in my 650D and they are about the same size case
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