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post #4311 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Captain Skyhawk View Post
I'm very disappointed I'm going to have to get a new pump. This one continues to rattle loud beyond anything bearable. Ruins an otherwise good kit. Any recommendations on a better quieter pump/reservoir?
Send xspc a email with a video if you can, And they should send you a new one. Someone needs to be testing them before selling them
post #4312 of 13773
I noticed a pretty low pitch droning noise related to the pump, but mostly in it causing vibration to the rest of the computer. I put some foam donuts (like the foam tops of CDR spindles) under the left two feet of my computer and reduced it noticeably. Found this out while tilting my case slightly. My computer sits on a cheapo particle board desk from Ikea, think I'm gonna need some better computer feet or something. I'll be looking to make a rheostat for the pump (under volt to 8 or 9v at night).

Reminds me of swapping out the motor mount in my car for something stiffer and causing more things to vibrate.

GPU temp peaked at 36C in SC2 (normally 75-80C with the fan profile I had of 40-50% max). Wasn't until I dropped fan speed to like 800rpm and shut off one of the case fans did temps climb to 39C. Cranked them back on to around 1200 and temps fell fairly quickly. Fun to watch. This is with an RS360, room ambient @ 19.2C, gpu following the cpu, and external mounted rad. Definitely X20 pump certainly sufficient to handle these two.

The temp delta between water temp and cpu temp is huge. Reading 26.4*C at the CPU and 50-59C at the core. Can probably get it better with regreasing or trying another TIM.
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I'm Planning on getting an RX240 Kit soon. But what size tubing should I get 7/16 or 1/2? Primochill White OFC
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i have an rx120 radiator cooling my cpu. i want to cool my gpu aswell. will adding an rs120 rad combined with an rx120 enough to cool both cpu and gpu? i'm running my i5 661 at 4.33ghz on an rx120 rad and a sapphire hd 5870 at stock speeds on stock cooling.
    
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i have an rx120 radiator cooling my cpu. i want to cool my gpu aswell. will adding an rs120 rad combined with an rx120 enough to cool both cpu and gpu? i'm running my i5 661 at 4.33ghz on an rx120 rad and a sapphire hd 5870 at stock speeds on stock cooling.
What temps are you getting right now on the cpu? It might just do it but im not too sure.
post #4316 of 13773
Just ordered a rasa rs360 ^_^ this club convinced me to go watercooling..

can i ask a question, if i get myself a silver kill coil, will i still need pt nuke?
and, it's possible for me to do the leak testing while the computer is on right? the water kit will be outside the system...
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hi thanks for the reply. i'm getting 60 to 65C core load temps at 28 to 30C ambient temps. another q. is it better to run a separate loop for the gpu. coz i have a spare xspc 450LPH res/pump? thanks again for the replies
    
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hi thanks for the reply. i'm getting 60 to 65C core load temps at 28 to 30C ambient temps. another q. is it better to run a separate loop for the gpu. coz i have a spare xspc 450LPH res/pump? thanks again for the replies
It would probably be best to run them separate, Unless you can get a 240 rad in there somewhere.
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It would probably be best to run them separate, Unless you can get a 240 rad in there somewhere.
thanks again for the reply!
    
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I am going to get the XSPC Rasa 750 RS240 to cool my cpu, but i will want to put my evga 570 into the loop in the future or maybe add another 570. I can only fit a 240 rad in the top of my case but if i added 120 rad into the loop would that provide enought cooling or would i have to do a seperate loop for the gpus?

thanks in advanc e for you help
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