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post #6151 of 13773
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Originally Posted by wetfit9;13008119 
Forgot a question concerning fan position I am going to set my rs360 as p/p with it pushing air out the case. Question is what is best as far the rear fan, in or out?

Rear fan always out..rad p/p always exhaust if its a top mount.. smile.gif
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post #6152 of 13773
As for maintenance, it depends on how thorough you were with flushing your w/c components. If you weren't, I'd suggest running the system 24/7 (at least the W/C if not the components) with varying load so thermal changes are allowed to take place. Then after a week, drain it all out, refill, prime, rebleed and it should be good.

A week should be enough to evenly distribute whatever dislodged contaminants from fittings, blocks, tube, rad and res that are floating around.
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I had a couple more questions about the water cooling kit I got! Rasa 750 triple rad.

1. Assuming its 3 months later and I am going to change the water...how do I do that? Sorry I am totally new to water cooling.

2. Is it ok to tilt my case randomly (during every day use IF I need to move it) if I need to while the water cooling is inside the case?

3. From what it looks like I will be having my Rad mounted on the top of my case with the 3 stock fans on the bottom. Suppose I decide to buy 3 more fans later on to add as pull fans. Would be alright to just unscrew the rad from the top and bend the tubes to I can shimy my way to install the 3 new fans?

Sorry if I am asking super noob questions, but what better place to ask than on the exact kit I got smile.gif
post #6154 of 13773
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Originally Posted by crabby654;13012215 
I had a couple more questions about the water cooling kit I got! Rasa 750 triple rad.

1. Assuming its 3 months later and I am going to change the water...how do I do that? Sorry I am totally new to water cooling.

2. Is it ok to tilt my case randomly (during every day use IF I need to move it) if I need to while the water cooling is inside the case?

3. From what it looks like I will be having my Rad mounted on the top of my case with the 3 stock fans on the bottom. Suppose I decide to buy 3 more fans later on to add as pull fans. Would be alright to just unscrew the rad from the top and bend the tubes to I can shimy my way to install the 3 new fans?

Sorry if I am asking super noob questions, but what better place to ask than on the exact kit I got smile.gif

1)u need to have "T" connector for a dedicated drain for ur loop..put a short tube and drain plug...

2)yes...make sure theres no leak or ur rig will take a shower lolz...

3)yes...if u got enough slack on your tube...or best way is drain water and disconnect the tube from rad and put ur new fans and reconnect tube,refill and rebleed...
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Originally Posted by Havoknova;13008906 
Rear fan always out..rad p/p always exhaust if its a top mount.. smile.gif

What if you're in my situation with two internal exhaust cards in a 800D would the rear still need to be exhaust or would intake be better in that situation? Guess it really doesn't matter though. They will be under water as well soon enough. Snorkle.gif
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Rear fan always out..rad p/p always exhaust if its a top mount.. smile.gif

Thanks, plan on putting everything together tomorrow evening. Man I have my work cut out for me. I have to redo my sons UD3(922) build, upgrading the hard drives. Redo my daughters 775 gigabyte board, updating hard drives and CPU cooler. It will be a long night tomorrow, I am happy I will be off the next day.
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1)u need to have "T" connector for a dedicated drain for ur loop..put a short tube and drain plug...

2)yes...make sure theres no leak or ur rig will take a shower lolz...

3)yes...if u got enough slack on your tube...or best way is drain water and disconnect the tube from rad and put ur new fans and reconnect tube,refill and rebleed...

Assuming I may have forgotten to order a T connector..is there another way to drain the system? If not then I will order one and hope it gets here before the weekend.
post #6158 of 13773
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Assuming I may have forgotten to order a T connector..is there another way to drain the system? If not then I will order one and hope it gets here before the weekend.

I picture thngs this way..do u have a external rad on ur loop?? If not then it will be crazy to take out 1 of ur tube if u know its full of water..u dont want it showering ur whole rig...but if u do have a external rad then u can just undo 1 of ur tube and whaaaallllaaa instant drain..but make sure ur external rad is at the back of ur rig not on top..hehhehe...

If u dont have any external rad then might as well be safe and get u a T connector and put 1 of the end of the T for dedicated drain line...make sure u got a bit longer line for the drain smile.gif
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Assuming I may have forgotten to order a T connector..is there another way to drain the system? If not then I will order one and hope it gets here before the weekend.

cut one of the hoses, or pull it off if you get lucky. or if you left yourself enough hose length, you can pull out the res and flip it over and drain it
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Originally Posted by wetfit9;13012786 
Thanks, plan on putting everything together tomorrow evening. Man I have my work cut out for me. I have to redo my sons UD3(922) build, upgrading the hard drives. Redo my daughters 775 gigabyte board, updating hard drives and CPU cooler. It will be a long night tomorrow, I am happy I will be off the next day.

Wow u got hands full bro..well goodluck with the stuff ur goin to do...and dont forget the pix smile.gif
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