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I literally cant pull this tubing off the barbs, its on there so tight i have to cut it off to remove.
lightly apply a heat gun or a hair dryer on low setting to soften up the tube.
post #2222 of 13773
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It's really only the radiator. I suggest using a 50/50 mixture of boiling water and vinegar. Pour it into the radiator so it's about 1/2 full, then reseal the end caps using the little white plugs that come with it. Then pick up the radiator with oven mitts on (as it will get VERY hot) and shake it quickly. Then after about 30 seconds drain it all into the sink.

You just want to remove any flux and machine oils left over from the manufacturing process.
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O.C.ing to 4.2ghz... I wants 4.4~4.5.. but I think I need to spend some time to do this.
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Got an OCZ RAM cooler today, one of the blue led's doesn't work. Matches my XSPC Rasa kit though lol.

    
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I've had my RX360 kit for a few days now, and I'm having some issues:

CPU temps are not as good as I was expecting. They are less than 10C better than the NH-D14 that was on here before. Could this be due to loss of flow from the addition of a MCW80 GPU block? I realize the MCW80 is known to be restrictive, but I would have thought the pump could have handled the addition of a single one better.

Pump is still noisy. It's not horribly loud, but it's a distinct and annoying sound, like a fan with a bad ball bearing. Could bubbles be causing this particular sound, or is the pump junk?

Also, overall build quality of the components in this kit seem mediocre. The radiator is very delicate, and any time anything harder than plastic touches it, some paint comes off. Additionally, it only came with four screws to mount the RAD, and the heads on them were so small that they were barely holding the RAD in place. I had to go digging for a dozen more usable screws to get it secured to my liking. The socket 1366 mounting hardware is disappointing as well. The back plate doesn't even fit on my board (I'm using one from a TRUE) and the screws used to tighten the WB don't move smoothly, even with only a little compression on the spring.
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I've had my RX360 kit for a few days now, and I'm having some issues:

CPU temps are not as good as I was expecting. They are less than 10C better than the NH-D14 that was on here before. Could this be due to loss of flow from the addition of a MCW80 GPU block? I realize the MCW80 is known to be restrictive, but I would have thought the pump could have handled the addition of a single one better.

Pump is still noisy. It's not horribly loud, but it's a distinct and annoying sound, like a fan with a bad ball bearing. Could bubbles be causing this particular sound, or is the pump junk?

Also, overall build quality of the components in this kit seem mediocre. The radiator is very delicate, and any time anything harder than plastic touches it, some paint comes off. Additionally, it only came with four screws to mount the RAD, and the heads on them were so small that they were barely holding the RAD in place. I had to go digging for a dozen more usable screws to get it secured to my liking. The socket 1366 mounting hardware is disappointing as well. The back plate doesn't even fit on my board (I'm using one from a TRUE) and the screws used to tighten the WB don't move smoothly, even with only a little compression on the spring.
What are your current temps? Is the oc in your signature the one your currently using? The pumps when working correctly are nearly silent, if its noisy chances are you have tons of bubbles or its not working correctly. Bad pumps are easily replaced by them, and it is an entry level water cooling kit after all. The actual hardware performs well when setup correctly.
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What are your current temps? Is the oc in your signature the one your currently using? The pumps when working correctly are nearly silent, if its noisy chances are you have tons of bubbles or its not working correctly. Bad pumps are easily replaced by them, and it is an entry level water cooling kit after all. The actual hardware performs well when setup correctly.
My pump isn't slient, but it works good and gives great flow. Wonder if i have a bad pump.
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I've had my RX360 kit for a few days now, and I'm having some issues:

CPU temps are not as good as I was expecting. They are less than 10C better than the NH-D14 that was on here before. Could this be due to loss of flow from the addition of a MCW80 GPU block? I realize the MCW80 is known to be restrictive, but I would have thought the pump could have handled the addition of a single one better.

Pump is still noisy. It's not horribly loud, but it's a distinct and annoying sound, like a fan with a bad ball bearing. Could bubbles be causing this particular sound, or is the pump junk?

Also, overall build quality of the components in this kit seem mediocre. The radiator is very delicate, and any time anything harder than plastic touches it, some paint comes off. Additionally, it only came with four screws to mount the RAD, and the heads on them were so smal
l that they were barely holding the RAD in place. I had to go digging for a dozen more usable screws to get it secured to my liking. The socket 1366 mounting hardware is disappointing as well. The back plate doesn't even fit on my board (I'm using one from a TRUE) and the screws used to tighten the WB don't move smoothly, even with only a little compression on the spring.
I doubt bubbles

I am using RASA kit(but changed hose to 1/2" ID), cooling 5850, and having 3 90 degree turns. My full-load temp at 4ghz differs 20~25C degree than my old H50. Yes, NH-D14 is better than H50, but still. I think temp should be better.
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Oh, I also had 12 screws for my rad. RX360 kits
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Oh, I also had 12 screws for my rad. RX360 kits
I'll post up my temps for blameless to see. I feel like my RX360 kit performs admirably.

I'll edit my post with the results of 20 passes of IBT with High memory selected.
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