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post #1741 of 13773
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Yeah, I'm getting the RX360. Using my TriCools on about 1000-1500RPM so I can push some air through and still have it be quiet. I might get something else later, but I do love me some red fans.


Oh, 1.19V? Not bad. I'm running 1.2V for 3.8GHz myself on air. I just picked a nice round number and left it.

Which kit do you have?
the $124.95 kit
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Saying good bye is so hard....
    
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Mid 60's isn't bad for a dual rad. Those temps you were getting with air are, or were rather, really good.
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For my use I couldn't see having anything more than a rs240 rad. Even when stressing the CPU the rad is cool in fact even the coolant hoses aren't warm. Think I'll run a test without the fans running
see if there is any difference in temps
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For my use I couldn't see having anything more than a rs240 rad. Even when stressing the CPU the rad is cool in fact even the coolant hoses aren't warm. Think I'll run a test without the fans running
see if there is any difference in temps
This makes me wonder...

The Crosshair IV mobo has point to connect temp sensors. Would/Could it be safe to somehow insert a temp sensor into the out coolant hose from the CPU and then have the ability to read this temp?

Just curious.
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This makes me wonder...

The Crosshair IV mobo has point to connect temp sensors. Would/Could it be safe to somehow insert a temp sensor into the out coolant hose from the CPU and then have the ability to read this temp?

Just curious.
Maybe in the reservoir
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The reason for flushing the radiator is in case there is any debris, like left over flux from manufacturing or anything. Obviously you can see the tubing is clean, wouldn't hurt to rinse the block but I didn't. I just used hot tap water on my radiator in the kitchen sink. Filled and drained it three times shaking it up in between.
Alright I was thinking of using distilled to flush things out but I guess hot tap water will do.
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Sir, I think you win the laziest water cooler ever award.
meh, the mailman didn't bother knocking/ringing yesterday so I have to go to the store anyway to pick it up I tried yesterday but the mailman wasn't back yet and I found out distilled water costs like $2 for 4L at Pharmaprix

anyway, is there anything I should remember apart from flushing radiator, bleed, leak test?

and is it okay to attach directly to an amd motherboard without doing that original backplate mod?
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I didn't use the grills that came with the fans, not because I was too lazy but thought would reduce fan noise, improve air flow and look better.



Mounted my res/pump in the bottom drive bay in case of any accidents it wouldn't leak on my SSD's.






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Saying good bye is so hard....
maybe I missed it but why are you saying goodbye/
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