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This would be ok for my Rasa setup or i need more stuff?


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DON'T BUY THE LIQUID! Super waste of money, just pick up some distilled water at walmart for $1.19 And you'll need about 8 feet of tubing, not 2. ANd get a killcoil.
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You can get ordinary distilled water for like $2 a gallon or less at a grocery store. That is everything you need for a CPU loop. You can use the plastic clamps that comes with the kit to secure the tubing. I wasn't sure they would work when I bought my PrimoFlex 1/2"ID 3/3"OD tubing so I went ahead and picked up some of the Primochill clamps.

You have to make sure those clamps are placed evenly over the barbs or they will leak. If the clamps are put on right they wont leak. If you go with 7/16"ID tubing over the 1/2" barbs it can't leak but the tubing doesn't hold it's shape as good in bends because of the thinner walls. I'm happy with my 1/2"ID 3/4"OD black PrimoFlex tubing.
    
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DON'T BUY THE LIQUID! Super waste of money, just pick up some distilled water at walmart for $1.19 And you'll need about 8 feet of tubing, not 2.
Good catch! Didn't notice that! Yeah, 8' will be more than enough by a good bit but you will have plenty left over if/when you add your GPU and another rad. I bought 8' when I added my GPU and have 3'6" left over. The XSPC kit comes with 6' but I don't like the tubing.
    
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switch that for a kill.coil (0.999 silver) and as others have said, get distilled from the market or pharmacy.
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You guys have to remember, not all of the people on this forum live in the US/Canada/UK. So in some places it's harder to find Distilled Water, or whatever they may call it in their respective countries. I know a guy that has the kit from Iceland, he said he looked for it in stores and he couldn't find it.
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Update on my pump issue:
I contact Jab-Tech support and explained my issue and communications with XSPC and they (Jab-Tech) helped me out a ton. The tech I talked to told me they talked to XSPC and I should have a pump mailed to me soon so that I can swap them out and return mine to XSPC with a prepaid postage slip. Jab-Tech just earned themselves a devoted customer.

I'll update when the pump actually gets here, and how it all works out.

EDIT: Jab-Tech.com was were I ordered all my stuff, in case I didn't mention that before and the above didn't make that clear
    
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Update on my pump issue:
I contact Jab-Tech support and explained my issue and communications with XSPC and they (Jab-Tech) helped me out a ton. The tech I talked to told me they talked to XSPC and I should have a pump mailed to me soon so that I can swap them out and return mine to XSPC with a prepaid postage slip. Jab-Tech just earned themselves a devoted customer.

I'll update when the pump actually gets here, and how it all works out.

EDIT: Jab-Tech.com was were I ordered all my stuff, in case I didn't mention that before and the above didn't make that clear
You know they are selling a ton of these things, just look at how many members that have been added here since the thread was started by mbudden on Dec. 5th. They are getting $50 for the pump/res combo sold separately.

I think it is a good decision on the part of XSPC to replace the pump/res's since there appears to be a good bit of them slipping through cracks in quality control. With watercooling being so daunting to the average consumer, this kit and the comments in this thread goes a long way in reassuring first time watercooling wannabe's that it is doable. A lot of potential buyers might be scared off from watercooling if there is any doubts as to the quality of components and customer service that goes with it.
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You know they are selling a ton of these things, just look at how many members that have been added here since the thread was started by mbudden on Dec. 5th. They are getting $50 for the pump/res combo sold separately.
Actually. I had another thread before this one. This is the Official Club thread that Kingofyo1 pressured me into making.

I already had this thread telling people about it. Here. So I have been talking about it for a while. I had noticed that people were wanting to get into watercooling and didn't know much about this kit. So basically it was either H50/70 or custom loop. So I decided to make the thread telling people about the cheap alternative to a H50/70 and a custom loop. I started it in September. So I've been talking about it for a while now.
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Got a new pump in today from XSPC. This one works flawlessly, virtually no noise.

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You guys have to remember, not all of the people on this forum live in the US/Canada/UK. So in some places it's harder to find Distilled Water, or whatever they may call it in their respective countries. I know a guy that has the kit from Iceland, he said he looked for it in stores and he couldn't find it.
Anyone with access to the internet should not have overt difficulty in finding distilled water.

It might be called something slightly different, it might not be at a "grocery store" but it's somewhere.
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