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post #3311 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Kick View Post
since you are replacing your tubes, just manhandle the tubing and unscrew the fittings.

i recommend promochill lrt tubing. 16.25 shipped with prime at amazon.


EDIT: turns out xspc wants to ignore me on my rma request. -_-
They ignored me to been 2 weeks sence i msgd them about my block and provided photos i fixed my issue my self so im not real worryied.
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post #3312 of 13773
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I just ordered the RS240 Kit, will be my first water cooling adventure so should be fun!
yay, welcome to the party.

water cooling is like a party, while air cooling is like that get together that is suppose to be a party, but isn't quite there yet.
post #3313 of 13773
Gahh this RS360 is getting way too hot lol If only I weren't so damn broke I would add an RX240 to my loop!!!
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post #3314 of 13773
I ended up using a 90 degree elbow I bought at homedepot, and it screws in with some nipple adapters and then we could only find a plastic barb fitting end that screws into the adapter. We used metal/plastic plumbing fixtures. The guys at home depot are wicked smart and figured out a way to do it.

WE FINISHED THE SYSTEM: However, we tested it by pouring water in first, and to our dismay there was a minor drip on one of the nipples. This was because there was no wrench style tightening on the nipples just round. This prevented us from securing it in place. Therefore. my SUPER SMART girlfriend told me to use teflon tape and we did and now NO MORE DRIP. It works awesome. Then we blow dried it because heat molds it into one mesh and secures it better and it works.

Can I use this permanently or should I buy a dedicated elbow from danger den. I took pics I'll post them soon.
post #3315 of 13773
Ok problem I turned it on and it wont work. I can hear the pump on but nothing happens. Its set to level 2 but I cant seem to set it to a higher amount. It will easily go to 1 but not 3 4 or 5. I tried using a flat head screw driver to turn it but nothing happens. Whats wrong? The instructions say to make sure I plug the Outlet directly into the Pump inlet with nothing in between. But you guys said it doesnt make a difference what order. So I have it set at Res>CPU Block> GPU Block>GPU BLock>Pump> Radiator>Res. So is that wrong or whats happening? Why cant I change the speed.

PLEASE HELP
post #3316 of 13773
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What're you talking about speed? I'm confused. I didn't know there was a speed setting?
post #3317 of 13773
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What're you talking about speed? I'm confused. I didn't know there was a speed setting?
There is a version with adjustable speed setting. Also i have it vertically mounted on the side of my chase. It was the only place to put it. Either that or i would have to run it outside the case to fit. Could that be affecting it?
post #3318 of 13773
You aren't talking about the rasa kit, the pumps don't change speed.
post #3319 of 13773
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Originally Posted by thrasherht View Post
You aren't talking about the rasa kit, the pumps don't change speed.
I'm using a swiftech MCP 655
post #3320 of 13773
Take a look at my system and please point out anything you see that might be wrong and please let me know.


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