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Originally Posted by Bielijbog View Post

You should be fine with the RS360. No need for a second rad, but you could go for the RX if you want to use slower speed fans.

Thank you for info
I would go RX but i already have my loop in my mind and with RX i cant put rad fittings in front of a case without loosing 2 bays
I could still use one of the bays for fan controller but other bay would b useless
With RS i loose one bay which i can still use to put fan controller in it
I dont like tubes running across the case from res to back of the case to the rad
I want to make it as clean as i can without too much tubing
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post #12942 of 13773
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Theres the droplets coming from the o-ring.

I have tried reseating the pump and that doesn't work. The O-ring is as tight as I can put it. I called frozen cpu and the guy told me to email a person regarding it. Hopefully they end up sending me a replacement. I went with this more expensive kit so I could avoid leaks. Hopefully the replacement doesn't have the same problem.
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post #12943 of 13773
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I believe the The RX360 res you showed has the weaker pump, while the EX360 has the D5 variant. I would go for whichever has the D5.

Despite the difference in pumps shown in the pics, frozencpu.com lists both kits with the same pump. So looking only at the reservoir is there any reason to get one over the other beside simply looks?
post #12944 of 13773
I have an idea running 3/8id x 1/2 od copper tubing ( http://www.lowes.com/pd_43501-76063-6362406759806_0__?productId=3134485&Ntt=copper+coil&pl=1&currentURL=&facetInfo= ) inside 1/2id x5/8od tubing ( http://www.lowes.com/pd_19945-104-SVKI10_0__?productId=3132255&Ntt=clear+tubing&pl=1&currentURL=&facetInfo= ) with my rasa RS360 kit

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I think copper piping would work like mini rad as long as there is fan blowing at it - i can be wrong here
plus i would never have to be worry about kinks or anything like that

Question: will it work as i think it will or it isnt worth it to even try it ?
Wont it mess with flow due to the smaller id of copper tubing?
What you guys think?

Thanks
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post #12945 of 13773
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I have an idea running 3/8id x 1/2 od copper tubing ( http://www.lowes.com/pd_43501-76063-6362406759806_0__?productId=3134485&Ntt=copper+coil&pl=1&currentURL=&facetInfo= ) inside 1/2id x5/8od tubing ( http://www.lowes.com/pd_19945-104-SVKI10_0__?productId=3132255&Ntt=clear+tubing&pl=1&currentURL=&facetInfo= ) with my rasa RS360 kit Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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I think copper piping would work like mini rad as long as there is fan blowing at it - i can be wrong here
plus i would never have to be worry about kinks or anything like that
Question: will it work as i think it will or it isnt worth it to even try it ?
Wont it mess with flow due to the smaller id of copper tubing?
What you guys think?
Thanks

well, i see a few issues with this. the copper pipe will be inside the tubing, so how is a fan going to blow on it? looking at my water cooling loop, i don't have any section of hose that's perfectly straight more than a few inches long. overall, i really don't see any benefit to this, i think it would work as a minor restriction, and introduce additional material into the loop. nice thought though, just not seeing the benefit.
    
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post #12946 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Raafe View Post

Despite the difference in pumps shown in the pics, frozencpu.com lists both kits with the same pump. So looking only at the reservoir is there any reason to get one over the other beside simply looks?
My apologies, I looked at the RX360, not the Raystorm RX360, missed the "Raystorm" some how. doh.gif
I don't personally have experience with either one of those, but offhand I would say no. Best bet is to keep asking if you're concerned.
post #12947 of 13773
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Originally Posted by swirusek View Post

Thank you for info
I would go RX but i already have my loop in my mind and with RX i cant put rad fittings in front of a case without loosing 2 bays
I could still use one of the bays for fan controller but other bay would b useless
With RS i loose one bay which i can still use to put fan controller in it
I dont like tubes running across the case from res to back of the case to the rad
I want to make it as clean as i can without too much tubing

I gotcha. I have 6 slots in my bay so it wasn't too bad for me.

I sent you a PM by the way, let me know. thumb.gif
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post #12948 of 13773
Do any w/c fittings exist for SAE copper tubing? I know B Negative has some neat looking chrome plated copper tubing, but I think the UK metric sizing is different from what's available in the US?
I would love to do chrome plated copper, might be hard to find here though.
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Are you only running the 670? Not your CPU?

If so, I'm not sure how hot 670 run but it should be okay... You may be able to piece something together that would be cheaper/better since you wouldn't need the CPU block.
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