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That is one cool delivery and upgrade thumb.gif

there is actually more, but this is only the appropriate pic for this thread, since it is for the XSPC kit.
 
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post #13052 of 13773
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Just ordered the rs240 kit and some white primochill tubing (i like the idea of white tubing), will be posting pictures once i get everything set up and running next week! It's my first real watercooling build biggrin.gif

Thumbs up for white tubing!

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So I have done all this work to my system with the EX240 kit.. But still not completely happy with the results. So i need help making the decision.... Should i try to add another 120 to the loop OR invest into a new case been looking a lot at the Switch 810 (white) and getting a EX420 or 360 for it. Now i know a lot are going to say "if you got the money spend it" but, i don't this would be something where i buy it all piece by piece. I would just go for adding the 120 to the loop but i don't feel as if my case it large enough for it. I am already unhappy with the clutter it has. It wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't for the MB and the Dominator RAM i had to offset my Rad on the top to be closer to the side of the case. The Rad was hitting the ram and the thumbscrews for the Raystorm Block... You can look at the pics in my gallery (they are not updated with the latest pics but you can get the idea)
Edited by blade121 - 7/7/12 at 10:27am
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So I have done all this work to my system with the EX240 kit.. But still not completely happy with the results. So i need help making the decision.... Should i try to add another 120 to the loop OR invest into a new case been looking a lot at the Switch 810 (white) and getting a EX420 or 360 for it. Now i know a lot are going to say "if you got the money spend it" but, i don't this would be something where i buy it all piece by piece. I would just go for adding the 120 to the loop but i don't feel as if my case it large enough for it. I am already unhappy with the clutter it has. It wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't for the MB and the Dominator RAM i had to offset my Rad on the top to be closer to the side of the case. The Rad was hitting the ram and the thumbscrews for the Raystorm Block... You can look at the pics in my gallery (they are not updated with the latest pics but you can get the idea)

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You are running your gpu and cpu off a single 240 rad. Didn't the 400 series run pretty warm?
I could be wrong, never used Nvida gpus.

another few things to think about,
Idle temps don't mean much, all about your under load temps
for each block you want a 120 rad
Fan speed and static pressure make a huge difference, different fans for different rads.
Edited by jeffblute - 7/7/12 at 2:40pm
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You might just want to switch to a larger case or a case that accommodates watercooling more efficiently. I was going to go watercooling on an Antec 902 before, but it would have required too many mods and it would have been too cramped. Fortunately, I found my TJ07 and some watercooling gear for super cheap and it became very easy to start my watercooling voyage. Here's a picture of my rig at it's current state (minus the UV cathodes and CF bridge):

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You are running your gpu and cpu off a single 240 rad. Didn't the 400 series run pretty warm?
I could be wrong, never used Nvida gpus.
another few things to think about,
Idle temps don't mean much, all about your under load temps
for each block you want a 120 rad
Fan speed and static pressure make a huge difference, different fans for different rads.

Yes the 480 ran really hot on air on the same load im on right now would get up to 70-80c unless i manually adjusted fan speeds. but to be honest the gpu isn't even the one getting hot its the CPU right now im gaming and my current temps are GPU-49c with load and CPU is at 59c (load 31.4%). There is a slight OC on the CPU its a 920 which is stock at 2.66ghz mine is only at 3.2ghz. Using built in Dummy O.C. just because it was a simple solution but i have tried manual settings. But i wasn't satisfied with the temps. As far as the fans im using the 2 Corsair SP120 High Performance at 2300 RPM and 3.1mm/H20 on the rad push only(no room for pull). the rest of the fans are Corsair AF120 High Performance. What i read the EX rads need faster fan speeds than the RX Rads which are better with slower fan speeds.
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So, I ordered the Rasa 750 RS240 from FrozenCPU last night and was wondering if there would be any benefit to buying better fans.

I am going to have to disassemble and re-assemble everything anyway and was wondering if it would be good to through AP-15s in push/pull or maybe some cougar vortex fans in there.

Any thoughts? I am only cooling my 2500K at this point, so the kit seems like it will be enough to do that...

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So, I ordered the Rasa 750 RS240 from FrozenCPU last night and was wondering if there would be any benefit to buying better fans.
I am going to have to disassemble and re-assemble everything anyway and was wondering if it would be good to through AP-15s in push/pull or maybe some cougar vortex fans in there.
Any thoughts? I am only cooling my 2500K at this point, so the kit seems like it will be enough to do that...
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I am using the fans that come with the kit currently, and I am getting great temps. Don't spend the money if you do not have to.
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So, I got my RX 240 kit on Friday...

I've been procrastinating like crazy here. Still have my H80 in my rig which I have already sold lol.

Gotta ship tomorrow so I have to get this done today.

I was contemplating leaving all my hardware in the case while leak testing but I decided I will remove the mobo and most of the hardware just in case tongue.gif

I'm going to order either Yate Loons or AP-15's Haven't decided yet.
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I have 10 Yate Loons in my new build (+4 NZXT). I don't think you can beat them for the price, but they aren't as "pretty" as a lot of fans unless you get the UV. If you're going for the bling then you probably don't want YL. Otherwise I like them.
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