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Originally Posted by RJacobs28 View Post

Hi all, hope I'm not Hijacking the current conversation.
I'm looking to put my rig (CPU only for now) under water within the next month and I had planned to go with the Corsair H100. Well, until i discovered these XSPC kits for roughly the same price.
I've just shifted my setup into a Corsair Obsidian 650D and am wondering if I should be looking at the RS or RX 240?
If I look at the RS model, add 2M of PrimoChill tubing and a kill coil - it comes to about $5-6 more than an H100.
I'm obviously new to this and am wondering if anyone has any experience with these kits in a 650D. Also, have I overlooked anything?
Cheers

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Originally Posted by anubis1127 View Post

The RS model is fine, that's what I started with, you just need a little higher speed fans than you would need with the RX. That being said the RX would probably get you slightly better temps, I'm not sure how much better, I've never owned one.

The RX won't fit in a 650D using the stock mounting holes. Even if you moved it over a little so the VRM heatsinks weren't in the way, you'd have to take apart your loop if you wanted to change ram or do any kind of anything inside. Your better off going with the EX than RS, same size but better performance.
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Quick question again, I'm resetting my loop tomorrow adding a gpu and a second radiator.
I was wondering if the CPU block that comes with the kit is able to be mounted upside down? Just planning the layout ahead of time and since it has labeled in and out ports and it would provide a "cleaner" look if I was able to mount it upside down.

Shouldn't be an issue as AMD's setup vs Intel's it's rotated 90 degrees.
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The RX240 is a pretty decent looking kit. Don't know what I expected but it's OK. I mounted the fans on the rad and did a dry fit to the inside top of the HAF 922, think it's gonna work out alright. If I make maximum use of the grill area I'll be blocking the ram but that doesn't really matter, or I could offset it and still change ram out.
Just thinking out loud, I guess. rolleyes.gif
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The RX series are very thick but supposed to be very good. You could always mount it on the back seen that others have done this. I did all my research on OC.NET before i bought my components and decided to go with EX series because of the thickness. Couldn't be happier. Rad plus fans dont overlap anything. Still almost an inch between top of MB and bottom of fans. Not a HAF 922 though, HAF X. I got very lucky and everything worked out great. Good luck with yr project.
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The RX series are very thick but supposed to be very good. You could always mount it on the back seen that others have done this. I did all my research on OC.NET before i bought my components and decided to go with EX series because of the thickness. Couldn't be happier. Rad plus fans dont overlap anything. Still almost an inch between top of MB and bottom of fans. Not a HAF 922 though, HAF X. I got very lucky and everything worked out great. Good luck with yr project.
Thank you! I think it will do OK inside the case. The HAF 922 is pretty wide, and that gives me some wiggle room..
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Could someone recommend me the parts I would need to set up a drain valve ? I am going to microcenter today so would prefer to buy one from there. Here's a link to their cooling catalog:
http://www.microcenter.com/search/search_results.phtml?N=4294966928

From my understanding I just need a T junction (will any 1/2" diameter barb fit the RASA kit tubing tightly like the included barbs ?), and a stopper thingy ?

I am a noob when it comes to water cooling (and plumbing) so would love some advice, thanks.

Edit: Will this T fitting, + this drain port do ?
http://www.microcenter.com/single_product_results.phtml?product_id=0391795
http://www.microcenter.com/single_product_results.phtml?product_id=0391782

Sadly microcenter doesnt the fitting ID size on the website, I will try asking via livechat / looking it up when I am at the store.
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Could someone recommend me the parts I would need to set up a drain valve ? I am going to microcenter today so would prefer to buy one from there. Here's a link to their cooling catalog:
http://www.microcenter.com/search/search_results.phtml?N=4294966928
From my understanding I just need a T junction (will any 1/2" diameter barb fit the RASA kit tubing tightly like the included barbs ?), and a stopper thingy ?
I am a noob when it comes to water cooling (and plumbing) so would love some advice, thanks.
Edit: Will this T fitting, + this drain port do ?
http://www.microcenter.com/single_product_results.phtml?product_id=0391795
http://www.microcenter.com/single_product_results.phtml?product_id=0391782
Sadly microcenter doesnt the fitting ID size on the website, I will try asking via livechat / looking it up when I am at the store.


I don't think the fill port will work inside a tube but that's my opinion. I would get a stop fitting like this: Bitspower Silver shining Stop Fitting - BP-WTP-C06 from jabtech or performance-pcs or where you get your WC products. The T-fitting will work but unless you're going to use the fill port for a reservoir I would get a better one that has a barb as well.

Edit: I just realized that the stop fittings that I posted will only cover a reservoir as well. They might not work well for tubing.
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Just to give you something to look at, this what I've run for the last 1.5 yrs

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/2195/ex-res-45/Danger_Den_Fillport_-_Black.html?tl=g30c101s460

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/2275/ex-tub-14/12_ID_UV_Reactive_Leakproof_T_Fitting.html?tl=g30c499s745

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This is using PremoChill 7/16 tubing.
I will say the T-Fitting does hold up real well (changed tubing 5 times so far) but looked at what Skyboss recommended for T-Fitting and am about to order this http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10382/ex-tub-622/Bitspower_G14_Matte_Black_T_Adapter_BP-MBTMB.html?tl=g30c499s745
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Hello,

After Adding a PSU and Also Keeping the PSU cable management block In the bottom of the case, Would I be able to mount a 360mm or 240mm Radiator on top of them? Trying to find the best configuration with enough radiators.

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On top of there for example - Considering I will not be using these GPU's and I will be using the highest slots possible

Kind regards

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