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Originally Posted by Garanthor View Post
Yup, what he said. There is a review of the top 10 or 20 blocks and the RASA XSPC came in second or third. The difference was like 1 degree or something. This is basically one of the very best water blocks money can buy and a main reason I bought the kit (the RX360 rad was also rated as one of the very best rads out there). Just google it. You'll find plenty of reviews.
x2... and I am also positive it was second place by like 1C. I believe the pricing of the RASA is what basically makes it the better investment in the long run.
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Originally Posted by Colavoce07 View Post
Thank you for posting that, IMO that is nowhere near silent. Not hearing the rattle I'm getting but still loud as hell. Is it safe to say this how all of your "silent" pumps are running on a good day?

If you need to put your ear against that to hear it, it's time to visit an ear nose throat specialist.

Edit: what steps do you take when setting up the res/pump. How would one properly clean it or flush out the system.
If your speaker/sound card volume is at 100% then yes, it is loud. Lower the volume to about 25% and I believe that will be close to reality.

post #3563 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Colavoce07 View Post
Thank you for posting that, IMO that is nowhere near silent. Not hearing the rattle I'm getting but still loud as hell. Is it safe to say this how all of your "silent" pumps are running on a good day?

If you need to put your ear against that to hear it, it's time to visit an ear nose throat specialist.

Edit: what steps do you take when setting up the res/pump. How would one properly clean it or flush out the system.

I'm not sure if you saw my vid, but that is louder than what it is in person.
http://www.overclock.net/12232844-post3501.html

To clean, you only need to rinse the rad out with very hot water, preferably distilled until the you don't see anything left. Oh use gloves too.
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I never cleaned my RX360

Is that bad?
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I didn't clean mine either. Still running strong.
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I didn't clean mine either. Still running strong.
sweet. the non-cleaner RX360 club
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I never cleaned my RX360

Is that bad?
Only if you can see a bunch of crap in your res. Most times no but some rads will have flux and other crap that doesn't always get rinsed from the factory. Mine had almost nothing in it.
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Only if you can see a bunch of crap in your res. Most times no but some rads will have flux and other crap that doesn't always get rinsed from the factory. Mine had almost nothing in it.
I'd have to say my res, is completely clear
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Hey guys,

Just ordered a DD-GTX580/570 Black Chrome Top and Nickle Base to cool my GPU (GTX570). Currently have the 750 pump/reservoir>360rad>CPU/Rasa Block>back to pump/res.

Temps now:

Ambient = 27-28C
Stock: 2.66GHz = 28C idle, 50C load
OC: 3.8GHz (24/7) = 35C idle, 55C load
OC: 4.0GHz = 38C idle, 58C load
Note: temps are +/- 2C to 3C

I'm going to see how much heat the GTX570 adds to the system.If it is higher than what I like, I may add a RS240 (I have it extra sitting in it's box) to see if it will help lower the temps.

At that point: Do you think the pump will be strong enough to keep the high flow through the RS360 Rad., RASA CPU/Block, the GPU block and a RS240 Rad.?

And what if I add a full motherboard block into the mix?

Thanks, SS
Edited by SandShark - 2/2/11 at 5:42pm
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