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you spend 2k dollars? Im really hoping that isn't USD. You should really get distilled water, and tell your buddy to do the same. and if you need proof, just let us know, we can get you some horror pictures of messed up blocks.
yea $2000 total for the whole system i sure enough will
thx didnt know that
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IN BEFORE I hear "you're gonna blow it up" remarks, only ran long enough to get validation and superpi run. Back to sig speeds and volts. CHIT, just realized the 5 didn't get put in the voltage on the sticky. lol, Oh well, you get the point.
    
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congratz on the pi run. NICE. what kinda temps did you get?

here is why you should always use distilled.
take a look at these
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...led-water.html
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congratz on the pi run. NICE. what kinda temps did you get?

here is why you should always use distilled.
take a look at these
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...led-water.html
Temps were only 30-26-31-30, in other words idle lol. Super pi only took 6+ seconds, not long enough to heat up at all.
    
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yea i know i had to work with what i have right now wife is a little piss at me went alittle over budget
hell my wifes always pissed at me,i buy something for my pc every month,hehe.
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hell my wifes always pissed at me,i buy something for my pc every month,hehe.
glad i don't have a wife, or money to spend once a month on a computer.

the way i see it is this. I spend money on my computer, how is that any different the having a quad or dirt bike that i run every weekend and have to put money into?
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congratz on the pi run. NICE. what kinda temps did you get?

here is why you should always use distilled.
take a look at these
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...led-water.html
Thx for the info. Rep
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I'm ready to order a RS360 in the morning but have a few questions to make sure I have everything ordered.

1st. Is it worth installing a nice drain tube to aid in H2O removal? Or are they ineffective?

2nd. Is there a way to monitor the pump rpm? (Stock RS360 Kit) If so and it's not in the kit, what would it take?

3rd. If the pump rpm is NOT monitored how does one know with confidence, if there is a system failure, how does one safely protect his system? (Before you fry something lol).
 
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I'm ready to order a RS360 in the morning but have a few questions to make sure I have everything ordered.

1st. Is it worth installing a nice drain tube to aid in H2O removal? Or are they ineffective?

2nd. Is there a way to monitor the pump rpm? (Stock RS360 Kit) If so and it's not in the kit, what would it take?

3rd. If the pump rpm is NOT monitored how does one know with confidence, if there is a system failure, how does one safely protect his system? (Before you fry something lol).
1 yes it is unless u want to take ur whole loop out just to drain.
2 u can use a flow indicator but that's really just to see the flowwhich more a less is ur rpms lol
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I'm ready to order a RS360 in the morning but have a few questions to make sure I have everything ordered.

1st. Is it worth installing a nice drain tube to aid in H2O removal? Or are they ineffective?

2nd. Is there a way to monitor the pump rpm? (Stock RS360 Kit) If so and it's not in the kit, what would it take?

3rd. If the pump rpm is NOT monitored how does one know with confidence, if there is a system failure, how does one safely protect his system? (Before you fry something lol).
1) Yes, very much so.

2) No Clue

3) Not sure but if you install Core Temp you can set CPU overheating protection and if you have a GPU you can do that same in MSI Afterburner or what ever you use really. Set them to the max temps you feel safe it and to turn off your computer if they reach these temps. Problem solved.



BTW Two questions for everyone!

How often do I have to clean my entire loop? And that entails removing everything cleaning and putting back together correct?


Also before I install anything when I first get it what all do I need to clean? Just the pump/res and rad?
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