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Originally Posted by AMOCO;12532734 
to let you know i'm running a mobo full block and an extra 120mm rad. and i'm have no issues.

There u go..ill try it out..next weekend will be the build day for me..this will be fun!!!!
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Your system vents the radiator downwards under the case, correct?

I got same setup with morbien..i got the silverstone rv01..got the 90 degrees setup...all those cases get there air in the bottom and push it upwards..
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Originally Posted by Havoknova;12533137 
I got same setup with morbien..i got the silverstone rv01..got the 90 degrees setup...all those cases get there air in the bottom and push it upwards..

OK, at first look, I thought the fans blades looked like they were blowing down, but know I see they're not.
     
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Quite a pain setting the WC up >.> too cramped... But hey, I will be getting a TJ11 next month! woohoo
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hey do u have a build log of that build

I just finished, i'll link the build thread when i make one wink.gif
    
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I am thinking of getting the XSPC Rasa 750 Rs360 (what a great price). I will most likely order it this weekend. The "dilemma" is that although I have joined this forums, and others, anywhere from months ago to years ago, and I have been studying and learning much about watercooling, I am not 100% sure on what exactly I do and do not need. I have been building computers for over 15 years, but this will be my first time doing watercooling.

So any opinions and guidance would be greatly appreciated.

Here is what I want to do:
Get the XSPC Rasa 750 Rs360 to cool my CPU and GPU. I will be getting a Sandy Bridge motherboard (probably the Maximus IV Extreme), a 2600K, 8 GB GSkill Ripjaws X 1600 1.5V, GPU - EVGA GTX 465 with a Koolance VID-NX470 NVIDIA (I have confirmed that my 465 uses the 470 reference board). Main reason to watercool the GPU for me right now is noise. Before cleaning it last night it would get hot easily and I had to ramp up the fans, which got noisy. It is better now after I cleaned the GPU and heatsink, but it still get's noisy. No SLI at the moment, but most likely I will add one more video card by the end of the year.

Link to GPU waterblock: CLICKY

My GPU without heatsink, after I cleaned it last night: (running much better now, btw): 1.jpg

I might eventually get waterblocks for the motherboard, but that is a big "maybe" and would be later down the road.

What I would like to know is if the XSPC Rasa 750 Rs360 will be sufficient for a dual-loop, or should I just go from CPU to GPU in one loop? I will be overclocking the CPU and GPU, so there will be some added heat. No MAJOR overclocks though.

I would like to go 3/8" ID x 1/2" OD Compression Fittings, but slightly unsure if this is what I want/need or if someone has any advice on tubing and fitting size.

I am most likely ordering from Frozen CPU, and choosing the XSPC Rasa 750 Rs360 is easy, but knowing what else I need is a little confusing to me. Do I want normal compression fittings or 45 degree or 90 degree ones, reducers, splitters, shrouds, Tygon Norprene, Tygon Antibacterial . . .

Another question is regarding my Case. I have a Cooler Master HAF 932. I'm guessing I can get it all in my case but I was thinking that I could put the XSPC Rasa 750 Rs360 in another case I have and run the tubing from it to the case with components and connect them with quick disconnects. But someone here may have experience with this and can shed some positive and/or negatives of going this route.

I don't mean for others to figure it out for me, so I will follow-up another post with what I think I need. Then you could possibly guide me with yays or nays.
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A question, I moved my system to do some cable management, of couse the res will get shaken a bit, I opened the res to drop some PT nuke in, after all this, When i turned my system on, it started making this rattling noise, any idea why? Did it happened when i opened the res? or because of the shaking? didnt had this rattling noise before since leak testing...
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Originally Posted by Jobotoo;12534972 
I am thinking of getting the XSPC Rasa 750 Rs360 (what a great price). I will most likely order it this weekend. The "dilemma" is that although I have joined this forums, and others, anywhere from months ago to years ago, and I have been studying and learning much about watercooling, I am not 100% sure on what exactly I do and do not need. I have been building computers for over 15 years, but this will be my first time doing watercooling.

So any opinions and guidance would be greatly appreciated.

Here is what I want to do:
Get the XSPC Rasa 750 Rs360 to cool my CPU and GPU. I will be getting a Sandy Bridge motherboard (probably the Maximus IV Extreme), a 2600K, 8 GB GSkill Ripjaws X 1600 1.5V, GPU - EVGA GTX 465 with a Koolance VID-NX470 NVIDIA (I have confirmed that my 465 uses the 470 reference board). Main reason to watercool the GPU for me right now is noise. Before cleaning it last night it would get hot easily and I had to ramp up the fans, which got noisy. It is better now after I cleaned the GPU and heatsink, but it still get's noisy. No SLI at the moment, but most likely I will add one more video card by the end of the year.

Link to GPU waterblock: CLICKY

My GPU without heatsink, after I cleaned it last night: (running much better now, btw): 1.jpg

I might eventually get waterblocks for the motherboard, but that is a big "maybe" and would be later down the road.

What I would like to know is if the XSPC Rasa 750 Rs360 will be sufficient for a dual-loop, or should I just go from CPU to GPU in one loop? I will be overclocking the CPU and GPU, so there will be some added heat. No MAJOR overclocks though.

I would like to go 3/8" ID x 1/2" OD Compression Fittings, but slightly unsure if this is what I want/need or if someone has any advice on tubing and fitting size.

I am most likely ordering from Frozen CPU, and choosing the XSPC Rasa 750 Rs360 is easy, but knowing what else I need is a little confusing to me. Do I want normal compression fittings or 45 degree or 90 degree ones, reducers, splitters, shrouds, Tygon Norprene, Tygon Antibacterial . . .

Another question is regarding my Case. I have a Cooler Master HAF 932. I'm guessing I can get it all in my case but I was thinking that I could put the XSPC Rasa 750 Rs360 in another case I have and run the tubing from it to the case with components and connect them with quick disconnects. But someone here may have experience with this and can shed some positive and/or negatives of going this route.

I don't mean for others to figure it out for me, so I will follow-up another post with what I think I need. Then you could possibly guide me with yays or nays.

If you have the HAF 932 case, go with the RX, not RS system. Also, why are you trying to use 3/8" hose? If you did, you need to change out all the fitting barbs. The kit comes with 1/2" barbs and uses 7/16" ID hose, so it already using undersized hose as it is now. I would prefer Bitspower 1/2" barbs and PrimoChill 1/2" hose. If you try to fit the stock hose onver the Bitspower 1/2" barbs, it will be super tight. I found the Bitspower 1/2" barbs are slightly larger ID and OD than the XSPC ones. Not sure on the compression fittings, but if you do use them, makes sure your use the same ID hose for it.
     
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post #4569 of 13773
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Originally Posted by MorbEIn;12535428 
A question, I moved my system to do some cable management, of couse the res will get shaken a bit, I opened the res to drop some PT nuke in, after all this, When i turned my system on, it started making this rattling noise, any idea why? Did it happened when i opened the res? or because of the shaking? didnt had this rattling noise before since leak testing...

It's most likely your pump. Sometimes if they shift, they can get noisy if something is touching it or the impeller gets something in it. You can try tilting the reservoir to see if it goes away.
     
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My water is sadly a tint of green. Been running it since December. I have a killcoil in there. Hmmm...Going to dump it, clean it, and go for it again. What's the best way to clean the blocks, radiator, etc?

I'm probably just going to redo the setup with all new tubing. Would 3/4" OD / 1/2'' ID tubing work with these barbs that come with the XSPC kit, well? Also, my setup was a tight fit and my tank is stuck. What is the best way to drain this bad boy? I don't really want to risk pulling a tube and dumping water everywhere. Ideas?

Thanks!
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