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post #3921 of 13773
Does this seem like an okay order?

pump > 1st rad > CPU > GPU> 2nd rad > res
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well order doesn't actually matter, but go for res/pump > rad1 > CPU > rad2 > GPU > res/pump
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Originally Posted by DullBoi View Post
well order doesn't actually matter, but go for res/pump > rad1 > CPU > rad2 > GPU > res/pump
that's what i did. well, similar: RES/PUMP > RAD > CPU > RES/Pump
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Originally Posted by urdeath007 View Post
maybe we need an official thread just for important information & let this one run it's course. That way the other one would have important information & be easier to manage/keep track of things. :S

My point being replies can be posted here & useful links, kit info, install info n such can be based in the other as this thread is far from easy to keep track of anything in lol.
I second that motion! Imagine how many repeat questions could be saved from asking if there was a spread sheet in the OP of users systems including OC, voltages and temps both idle and under load, RS or RX, 240 or 360 etc. I spent almost a week PM'ing 1090T owners to find out for myself. The lesson could be taken from Eclipse and RaginCain on the setup of the the Asus Crosshair IV Formula/Extreme Club (OP) which IMHO is the most informative, best run thread running on OCN. There should also be some kind of standard called out as to how the temp was read, either core temp or cpu socket temp in the case of 1090T's.

Just as with temps being listed, I can't tell you how let down I felt after learning how I didn't have to do the back plate mod when instead all it took was using the Intel screws with the original back plate. What a shame, had it been posted just one day sooner lol. Things like this is what makes a thread useful and meaningful and should be placed in a useful link which you'll also find an example of in the Formula/Extreme club thread in the OP. I'm really not running this thread down at all, there's lots of good info here. Just wish it was better organized in which case I for one would be a lot more willing to participate in rather than just reading all the "I just ordered one" and "hey look at my pretty lights" and other non essential topics. Some times feels like it's "Show and Tell" from grade school rather than an informative thread on the RASA Kit lol.
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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?
For your voltage and set-up that just about right....but to really answer your question I need to know your ambient temp.
    
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Originally Posted by RaCeR123 View Post
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?
Sound about right to me. My E5300 @ 4.21Ghz w/ 1.5V's gets me 48-50C
So yeah. Temps are effected by ambient and how much voltage is going through your chip.
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Just got in the XSPC dual 5.25" bay reservoir with a DDC pump. Just connected it in a single hose loop with some RO/DI water and I'm not sure if I'm gonna like the medium pitch hum from this pump setup. Will know more over the weekend.
     
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so i got 2x AP-15's coming for the rs240

gonna use them in push but i was wondering if it's worth using the stock fans too for push/pull... or should i just use the ap-15's in push
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so i got 2x AP-15's coming for the rs240

gonna use them in push but i was wondering if it's worth using the stock fans too for push/pull... or should i just use the ap-15's in push
Use the stock fans as pull alongside. The more fans, the better.
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maybe we need an official thread just for important information & let this one run it's course. That way the other one would have important information & be easier to manage/keep track of things. :S

My point being replies can be posted here & useful links, kit info, install info n such can be based in the other as this thread is far from easy to keep track of anything in lol.
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I second that motion! Imagine how many repeat questions could be saved from asking if there was a spread sheet in the OP of users systems including OC, voltages and temps both idle and under load, RS or RX, 240 or 360 etc. I spent almost a week PM'ing 1090T owners to find out for myself. The lesson could be taken from Eclipse and RaginCain on the setup of the the Asus Crosshair IV Formula/Extreme Club (OP) which IMHO is the most informative, best run thread running on OCN. There should also be some kind of standard called out as to how the temp was read, either core temp or cpu socket temp in the case of 1090T's.

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That is what this thread was made for, lol. There were 2 other threads going about the kits, 1 mainly. That one started going off course just like this one, But I can't tell you how many time some with one or 2 post comes in here to ask, can this kit cool my CPU, GPU, both? Or the loop order question. Mbudden is just having a hard time keeping up with adding names, one day in this thread is about 1 week in most. I do hope he puts a link in for the Water Cooling Essential Threads, if poeple just looked at that one first it would save them a lot of worring and cut the one time posters in here by 95%
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