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RX240 radiator moved to top of HAF 922 with Phobya fan shrouds and Yate Loons.
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Here's my RX120, Rasa block and XSPC x20 200 res/pump. I use the rig for folding. biggrin.gif
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This inspiring me! But in picture missing DDR RAM? thinking.gif
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RX240 radiator moved to top of HAF 922 with Phobya fan shrouds and Yate Loons. Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Look sexy! biggrin.gif
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Yeah it's a long thread, I've been following it for a while now and all in all I think that most of the pumps are good but some just seem to be crap from the start. Mine has been running now for 5 months and I've had not a single problem, so I don't understand why some work good and some don't confused.gif
I've currently got my eye on this Res / Pump:
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http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16088/ex-res-371/XSPC_Dual_525_Bay_Reservoir_-_Laing_D5_MCP655_w_Blue_LED_Light_-_Black.html?tl=g30c97s168
However to save some money I'll get this Pump separately:
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http://www.frozencpu.com/products/13147/ex-pmp-131/Alphacool_VPP655_Variable_Speed_Pump_-_Single_Edition.html?tl=g30c107s153
That pump doesn't come with the screw ring you need to secure the pump to the res.

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Important note: This product requires the original D5 screw ring to attach the pump to the reservoir (motor only/single editions are not suitable).
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RX240 radiator moved to top of HAF 922 with Phobya fan shrouds and Yate Loons.
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oh ya, i like it. thumb.gif
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Hi all, just installed my RS240 with Raystorm (AMD) Block. When reading temps, do I look at CPU temperature or VCORE Temperature? BTW, these temps are displayed from Asus Thermal Radar (Sabertooth 990FX Mobo) - can I rely on those to be accurate?
 
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post #12546 of 13773
When I first posted in this thread I had the RS 360 kit in my lanboy air.

I have since moved my watercool system into my Phantom. The hoses have been changed to primochill and sleeved. The RS Radiator i'm happy with it's performance and size, as I feel it fits my build well. You can't see the pump in this pic but the Res/Pump is doing fine just gotta make sure the air is out of the pump or it likes to make noise. Also wanna note that these are the original fans with the grills color matched to my case. Really an awesome watercooling kit for an awesome price.

Let me know what you think?
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post #12547 of 13773
I finally got my set up running yesterday. As I was filling the reservoir though... there was a noise that kept going on and off as it filled with water. I almost got to the top and was happy the noise was gone, but as I finished filling it up, it came back and didn't go away.

This is exactly what it sounds like:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spZJFIbCVcU

Any tips on getting rid of it?
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post #12548 of 13773
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Originally Posted by evil jerry View Post

When I first posted in this thread I had the RS 360 kit in my lanboy air.
I have since moved my watercool system into my Phantom. The hoses have been changed to primochill and sleeved. The RS Radiator i'm happy with it's performance and size, as I feel it fits my build well. You can't see the pump in this pic but the Res/Pump is doing fine just gotta make sure the air is out of the pump or it likes to make noise. Also wanna note that these are the original fans with the grills color matched to my case. Really an awesome watercooling kit for an awesome price.
Let me know what you think? Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
IMG_20120524_020608.jpg

I looked at the pics in your build thread. As a veteran of the same era as your father I think it would be cool if you could incorporate a small logo from a unit patch, if you know what outfit he was in.
Anyway nice job, I can see you put a lot of heart into it.
post #12549 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Derko1 View Post

I finally got my set up running yesterday. As I was filling the reservoir though... there was a noise that kept going on and off as it filled with water. I almost got to the top and was happy the noise was gone, but as I finished filling it up, it came back and didn't go away.
This is exactly what it sounds like:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=spZJFIbCVcU
Any tips on getting rid of it?
The pump noise probably will go away after a bit, mine was noisy for a few hours after my recent rad move. Could try tilting the case back and forth a little, probably got some air still in the loop, even if you can't see it.
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The pump noise probably will go away after a bit, mine was noisy for a few hours after my recent rad move. Could try tilting the case back and forth a little, probably got some air still in the loop, even if you can't see it.

Well I did the install yesterday and left it running overnight. This morning it was still there and I moved the case around back and forth and some how.... IT IS LOUDER now. It's working fine for the most part.

Someone mentioned putting dish soap in there? Is this something I could try? I am guessing it helps to force out the remaining air bubbles in there.
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