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I am new here and been reading a lot of post starting with the H50 club and many others, but it is time to move up not by need but fun LOL. So been looking at the XSPC Rasa 750 RS240 Kit and will be picking one up soon. Now for my question, Dose anyone think that the cpu mounting looks like a cheesy ghetto mod for the AMD and the one for the Intel is nice and clean even the thumb screws look better? I have seen this with other blocks as well it seems that amd is a afterthought next to Intel. (IMHO)
Please don't get me wrong I like Intel if income allowed it would be a i7 all the way, but I am looking at the am3+ dozer.
So my plan is to make a new hold down plate to fit the block and use the thumb screws for the Intel. I will need to draw it out in my AutoCADD and CNC program to get it just right. I will see how it goes when I get the kit in a few weeks by then they will have the new pumps in place. I will get some pix of my rig up soon.
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I am new here and been reading a lot of post starting with the H50 club and many others, but it is time to move up not by need but fun LOL. So been looking at the XSPC Rasa 750 RS240 Kit and will be picking one up soon. Now for my question, Dose anyone think that the cpu mounting looks like a cheesy ghetto mod for the AMD and the one for the Intel is nice and clean even the thumb screws look better? I have seen this with other blocks as well it seems that amd is a afterthought next to Intel. (IMHO)
Please don't get me wrong I like Intel if income allowed it would be a i7 all the way, but I am looking at the am3+ dozer.
So my plan is to make a new hold down plate to fit the block and use the thumb screws for the Intel. I will need to draw it out in my AutoCADD and CNC program to get it just right. I will see how it goes when I get the kit in a few weeks by then they will have the new pumps in place. I will get some pix of my rig up soon.
all you need to make sure of is that your bracket is strong enough, but other then that, you should be good.
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My apologies, it's through my android phone's camera but it's the current setup for my XSPC Rasa 360 Loop.

I have push/pull config on the radiator which is on the back of the case hanging via screws. Total 6 120mm fans

I've used UV Blue tubing after my initial setup to find how much tubing I needed in certain areas to make it not kink. Which I still had one kink I had to deal with.

I have a DangerDen Fillport which is what the tubing going off to the bottom right is. Just enough so I can get it out of the case & into whatever object I choose for convenient draining of the loop.

I have two blacklights currently in the case & a bright blue LED hanging from the psu which is illuminating the top left. I might be adding another two blacklights later on but for now I have finals approaching so I'll deal with it at my leisure lol.

I have temps staying around 52c while I'm folding GPU (EVGA 480 SC) & i7-930 at about 75% load to folding while the rest is so I can get personal use out of it while folding. So far doing quite good. While not folding/Idle I have temps at 30C. When I have the 3 inner fans turned on I'm sure my temps will drop even lower but I needed the rig online to get caught up in classes so I'm waiting a bit on that as it's doing amazing so far.

Once my quarter break rolls around I plan on dealing with not all cables being UV reactive (as well as the cable clutter) as well as getting the other 3 fans online as the power lines won't reach to anything unfortunately so will see how creative I can get or just get new ones meh.
Edited by urdeath007 - 2/10/11 at 8:35pm
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all you need to make sure of is that your bracket is strong enough, but other then that, you should be good.
Thanks, I am looking at Acrylic just need to get the right thickness to keep it stiff also looking at adding leds to it just for flar.
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My Rasa 750 RS240 is on the way!
    
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Whoo add me up



Had this build for like 2-3weeks, just getting to the photo part lol
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Thanks, I am looking at Acrylic just need to get the right thickness to keep it stiff also looking at adding leds to it just for flar.
Welcome, I too was an early adopter of the H50 and a member of the owners club, did everything I could to it then finally made the switch to this. Temps dropped 12 degrees C and system is quieter even with three times the fans (RX360 rad does just fine with low speed silent fans vs the Ultra Kaze I had on my H50).
    
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Ok so I installed the kit. Everything went pretty smooth but I just realized that I mounted the CPU block a little wrong. Temps are about the same as when I used air so that concerned me. Pretty much I just need to switch the spring around. What would be the best way about fixing this. Do you guys suggest draining the entire loop, or would I be able to if I am very careful to just take apart the CPU block, switch the spring around and tighten it back up without having to drain anything?


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Ok so I installed the kit. Everything went pretty smooth but I just realized that I mounted the CPU block a little wrong. Temps are about the same as when I used air so that concerned me. Pretty much I just need to switch the spring around. What would be the best way about fixing this. Do you guys suggest draining the entire loop, or would I be able to if I am very careful to just take apart the CPU block, switch the spring around and tighten it back up without having to drain anything?


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just take the block off, you can remove the block without disconnecting the hoses from it. you dont' really have to take much apart, just move the spring.

can you get a picture of it?
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Before and After.

Running Prime at the moment but temperatures seems to be about the same.


Temperatures are at around 47C. Running 4.1ghz @ 1.48

Do those temps sound right or are they high?

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