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RX360 on top, RX240 at the bottom smile.gif

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My RS240 runs well but im starting to notice a rattle in the pump :O. need to run a drain line to.



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My RS240 runs well but im starting to notice a rattle in the pump :O. need to run a drain line to.



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Looks good

I just took a good look at my loop and all the tubing is turning brown Looks like ill be ordering some primoflex pro uv blue tubing soon. I think ill add in a RX120 when I do so I can be ready for watercooling a video card
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Guys, I went through and added the people since the last update. But if for some reason, you don't find yourself there in the list. Let me know and I'll get you added ASAP.

Oh & @liquoredonlife, I added that post of the YT videos and everything on the FAQ page. I gave it a look last night, VERY informative. I appreciate it
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Guys, I went through and added the people since the last update. But if for some reason, you don't find yourself there in the list. Let me know and I'll get you added ASAP.

Oh & @liquoredonlife, I added that post of the YT videos and everything on the FAQ page. I gave it a look last night, VERY informative. I appreciate it
I've had pics in this thread of my system... but its not a big deal... you still have me as pending...

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horrible pics I know

I'll be posting some more pics of it tomarrow (when I get the second optical drive)... I added 3 cold cathodes... 4 skythe slipstream 110 cfm fans and 2 scythe fan controllers. I also swapped to red tube... cleaned the block and saw a bit of algae (with a kill coil???)... I lost 2 degrees off my load but I replaced a tube and gained them back again. dunno... (coulda just been ambient)

I already had push pull so I didn't expect a huge increase. Next I plan on ordering 2 more sythe fans and getting a 240 RX though that may be overkill... I plan on running both but the 240 RS will have the 2 scythe fans plus the two stockers... And the three other coolermaster fans will be plugged into the mobo... lotta fans...
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Just thought id jump on the water cooling band-wagon , so i got myself the rx240 kit for my sig rig and got sum awesome temps . Pics for everyone!!!




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I used to be an avid H50 owner and an early member of the H50/H70 owners club. I still own an H50 in fact (it's just sitting under the stairs in storage now). After much research someone mentioned this kit in the forum and I took the full watercooling plunge with my RASA 750 RX360. I was so impressed that I thought I'd share my experience with my former club members. I thought they'd all want to know about this given how little the kit costs, it's huge performance difference and how easy it is to install. Well I was a little shocked at the response. Basically they didn't want to hear about it and asked me to leave them alone. Now if someone came up to me and told me how I could get something much bettrer for my money I'd be at least grateful to them. I certainly wouldn't tell them to get lost. Very odd don't you think? Anyway, I wash my hands of that club and wish them all the best with their H50/H70s.
    
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I used to be an avid H50 owner and an early member of the H50/H70 owners club. I still own an H50 in fact (it's just sitting under the stairs in storage now). After much research someone mentioned this kit in the forum and I took the full watercooling plunge with my RASA 750 RX360. I was so impressed that I thought I'd share my experience with my former club members. I thought they'd all want to know about this given how little the kit costs, it's huge performance difference and how easy it is to install. Well I was a little shocked at the response. Basically they didn't want to hear about it and asked me to leave them alone. Now if someone came up to me and told me how I could get something much bettrer for my money I'd be at least grateful to them. I certainly wouldn't tell them to get lost. Very odd don't you think? Anyway, I wash my hands of that club and wish them all the best with their H50/H70s.
A LOT of people stick with the H50 or H70 because its a close looped kit. I mean I get scared just thinking my 750 is running right now and im not at home... it could happen (leak)... where as its almost never going to happen to a H Cooler.

But I took the risk... Honestly its worth it... I have a upgradable kit... sure mods can be done to H models but its never going to be like a custom kit. I can swap out the pump pretty easy with this kit and the res and the rad and the tube... so much posibilities
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A LOT of people stick with the H50 or H70 because its a close looped kit. I mean I get scared just thinking my 750 is running right now and im not at home... it could happen (leak)... where as its almost never going to happen to a H Cooler.

But I took the risk... Honestly its worth it... I have a upgradable kit... sure mods can be done to H models but its never going to be like a custom kit. I can swap out the pump pretty easy with this kit and the res and the rad and the tube... so much posibilities
I am glad you say this because that's sort of how I feel. It gives (me at least) a sense of creativity.

"What can I do next to make this work even better? Pump? Additional blocks?"

With the closed loop, and even the air coolers, you are "basically" limited to swapping fans and TIM and that's it. I know that some ppl have done some mods but I feel that it's a bit more complicated when you deal with a closed loop like the Corsair H-series and you are much more limited in what you can do IMO.Don't get me wrong. I started out with a decent enough air cooler (keep it around just in case). I did the H50 thing for about a month before I jumped into the XSPC kit. I am enjoying the hunt for new and better components now.
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Looks good

I just took a good look at my loop and all the tubing is turning brown Looks like ill be ordering some primoflex pro uv blue tubing soon. I think ill add in a RX120 when I do so I can be ready for watercooling a video card
My tubing is turning flashy green. I like it actually ... lol
And yes, i have a silver kill coil and the water isn't green it's the tubing.
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