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Originally Posted by yoyo711;12409605 
I set the xspc rase 750 rs360 kit cpu waterblock out hose ---> Radiator ---> radiator out ---> Reservoir & pump to cpu waterblock in. this is my set up
but whan i looking at the youtube cpu waterblock out hose ---> reservoir & pump ---> Radiator ---> cpu waterblock in

Which is correct Please let me know ????

thanks

It doesn't matter. I have mine going

res/pump -> rad -> block -> res/pump

your method just puts all the cold water into the res before getting pumped into the block.
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Originally Posted by thrasherht View Post
I wish I would have gone with the primochill 7/16in ID stuff.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/82...?tl=g30c99s809

But since this was my first loop, I didn't really know what I wanted. So now I know.
I will be ordering my Primochill off of Amazon. 10ft for 16$. Cheaper than FrozenCPU.

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Am I the only one that thinks that the angled Intel top with black screws looks much nicer then the amd bracket with the silver screws ? I see no reason why i shouldn't be using it except that it blocks the first ram slot
The Intel Screws look good. But I thought you could use them on the AMD as well. At least I thought someone did on here?

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I'm thinking getting A MCP350 Pumps how is the noise ?????

thanks
Not sure. We all have RASA's. But hopefully someone that upgraded will tell you.

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I actually like the AMD bracket, I like it only because it makes it look more industrial, while the intel bracket is more stylized. I like having bolts rather then the thin screw nob things with the intel bracket.
Eh. The knobs are alright. Nothing amazing.

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Originally Posted by yoyo711 View Post
I set the xspc rase 750 rs360 kit cpu waterblock out hose ---> Radiator ---> radiator out ---> Reservoir & pump to cpu waterblock in. this is my set up
but whan i looking at the youtube cpu waterblock out hose ---> reservoir & pump ---> Radiator ---> cpu waterblock in

Which is correct Please let me know ????

thanks
I have mine like this. Res/Pump Out > CPU In, CPU Out > WC Block In, WC Block Out > Rad In, Rad Out > Res/Pump In

It doesn't really matter though.
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yeah, amazon's price is hard to beat, cheapest i've seen is like 1.60 for a foot, but factor in shipping and amazon wins.
    
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I set the xspc rase 750 rs360 kit cpu waterblock out hose ---> Radiator ---> radiator out ---> Reservoir & pump to cpu waterblock in. this is my set up
but whan i looking at the youtube cpu waterblock out hose ---> reservoir & pump ---> Radiator ---> cpu waterblock in

Which is correct Please let me know ????

thanks
I've done both. If you can, take it as quickly as possible from the rad to the cpu. Takes temps down just a little.
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I wish I would have gone with the primochill 7/16in ID stuff.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/82...?tl=g30c99s809

But since this was my first loop, I didn't really know what I wanted. So now I know.
The 1/2" ID Feser One Blue UV tubing is great...even without UV light (I only have blue LEDs)
    
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Is modding the amd backplate absolutely necessary? I'm considering one of these kits as they're affordable and pretty much the next step up for cooling my cpu.
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I'm thinking getting A MCP350 Pumps how is the noise ?????

thanks
The MCP350 pump has a faint high pitch whine compared to the XSPC X20 750 pump reservoir unit. The X20 750 pump has a slight noise that sounds like a hard drive running, at least for me, when it mounted. I find its the impeller shifting left to right on the shaft and it will change it sound if tilted left or right in most cases. The MCP350 pump has the same noise in any position that doesn't induce air into the impellers.
     
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post #4168 of 13773
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Is modding the amd backplate absolutely necessary? I'm considering one of these kits as they're affordable and pretty much the next step up for cooling my cpu.
Not really. Just some people do get worried about bending the motherboard. If you don't over tighten the hold down screws, you'll be fine.
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I got my primochill from jab tech, 1.60 per foot. I got 20ft just in case. :3

Quick question if you spot gunk in your system the only way to clean everything out is to take apart EVERY block and res/rad and clean it all out, right?
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Is modding the amd backplate absolutely necessary? I'm considering one of these kits as they're affordable and pretty much the next step up for cooling my cpu.
It isn't nessecary, but it is highly recommended to have some sort of backplate. This prevents the pressure from bending your board. The backplate takes the force of the pressure rather then your board having to hold it, Temp mounting without a backplate is fine, but long term it can really make your board bend a lot.
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