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the rad's paint seems not to be holding, got lots of knicks, scratches, and scrapes on both now . Gonna do some touch up or repaint them. I'm really hoping xspc can raise their quality a notch or two.
Yeah, got a scratch on my RX240 and have no idea how it got there. The finish on my GTX240 is much better in appearance and apparent durability.

The HW Labs GTX has a glossy finish that appears to be more than one heavy coat of paint and the XSPC RX radiator has a very thin coat of flat paint that comes off very easily.
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same here my rx360 has some minor scratches where the paint came off fairly easily.
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thinking of powder coating them

edit: too much $$$ for these parts. Imma try a heavy app of paint.
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What should be the order of my water cooling? Res>Pump> CPU> GPU>GPU>Rad>RES? or what?
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What should be the order of my water cooling? Res>Pump> CPU> GPU>GPU>Rad>RES? or what?
Mine is res/pump>radiator>radiator>CPU>GPU>res/pump but I don't think it matters.
    
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What should be the order of my water cooling? Res>Pump> CPU> GPU>GPU>Rad>RES? or what?
Order will not matter what ever uses least amount of tubing your temps will be the same in any order over time.
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only consider pump after res (does not really apply to the X20-750 since its built inside) and I would prioritize the cpu first then followed by any other blocks. just my
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Hey guys, thinkin of buyin the rs240 kit, how do i actually drain, since thats the only concern i have
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Hey guys, thinkin of buyin the rs240 kit, how do i actually drain, since thats the only concern i have
T-line or cutting the tube. T-Lines are around a dollar and all you need is an end cap and tubing/clamps.
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Hey guys, thinkin of buyin the rs240 kit, how do i actually drain, since thats the only concern i have
There's a few ways, grab a bowl and put it under the lowest tube in your loop, cut that peice of tube and let it drain out into the bowl.

or,

Get the nozzle/tube combo from a bottle with a pump on it, like hand soap and put the end of that in the res and pump out the water.
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