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No, you really don't need the clamps. One thing you might want to add though is a T-block, drain port and 3 extra barbs. That way you can install a drain into your loop for easier maintenance.
I was thinking about this, but not exactly sure where to put it. Am I correct in thinking it should got towards the bottom? So that when I drain, I get it all out.
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I was thinking about this, but not exactly sure where to put it. Am I correct in thinking it should got towards the bottom? So that when I drain, I get it all out.
You generally install the T block in the lowest line running in your loop. You can use some extra tubing to create a low slung curve for the T fitting to install in. If you mount your rad above the reservoir and CPU block, you'll want to use one of the tubes from the reservoir to CPU block.
     
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so i was researching what fans are best to put on the rs 240 rad
and I couldn't find anything
but i did find out that the inside of our rads are brass is that bad?
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so i was researching what fans are best to put on the rs 240 rad
and I couldn't find anything
but i did find out that the inside of our rads are brass is that bad?
Gentle Typhoons AP-15's should do nicely.
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Yate Loon's are pretty good and low cost.
post #4616 of 13773
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I was thinking about this, but not exactly sure where to put it. Am I correct in thinking it should got towards the bottom? So that when I drain, I get it all out.
You can technically use the opposite side of a GPU block as a point for draining as I've done here:



In most normal setups, you would block off two of the four open ports on a GPU block. I am using one of the bottom sides connected to a 45 degree rotary angle adapter, into a male-male rotary adapter, into a ball-valve, and then a G1/4" stop plug.

I just swivel the whole thing toward the outside, unscrew the stop plug, attach a barb to the valve, connect a hose to the barb (and feed it to a collection container), open the reservoir fillport (to allow air in) and open the ball valve and watch about 750mL of water drain out. It's awesome. A little overkill, but I like it and works quite well. The last bit of water in the res and radiator require a some case tilting but it gets almost all of the water out of the system quickly.
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If you have no plans to ever go SLI, you can technically use the opposite side of a GPU block as a point for draining as I've done here:



In most normal setups, you would block off two of the four open ports on a GPU block. I am using one of the bottom sides connected to a 45 degree rotary angle adapter, into a male-male rotary adapter, into a ball-valve, and then a G1/4" stop plug.

I just swivel the whole thing toward the outside, unscrew the stop plug, attach a barb to the valve, connect a hose to the barb (and feed it to a collection container), open the reservoir fillport (to allow air in) and open the ball valve and watch about 750mL of water drain out. It's awesome. A little overkill, but I like it and works quite well. The last bit of water in the res and radiator require a some case tilting but it gets almost all of the water out of the system quickly.
That is a really cool idea! Can I steal it?
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post #4618 of 13773
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so i was researching what fans are best to put
but i did find out that the inside of our rads are brass is that bad?
thought brass was bad for a loop?
post #4619 of 13773
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thought brass was bad for a loop?
brass is good, most fittings are nickel plated brass.

avoid ALUMINUM!!!
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brass is good, most fittings are nickel plated brass.

avoid ALUMINUM!!!
good to know



wher can i find some gentle typhhon 1850's?
i looked all over and find none :{
or a good set of fans for this radiator
is there a certain rpm im looking for or just about anything will work?
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