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What a day, I finish my daughter computer, My sons computer is still down, install windows and and when it restarts on it on, it will not go into windows. I have never seen that before, still researching that issue. Got my rasa 750 rs360 in, in just pull right now, didn't think to go get more screws. Was thinking the kit came with enough for push and pull. Don't know what gave me that idea. I will do that tomorrow. Cable management done on my daughters, mines, well the case is still open to see if any thing goes wrong through the night.

At a lost on a system with windows freshly install will not start. Going to break it down tomorrow and do it piece by piece.
Oh crap I hadn't thought about that either lol. What size screw do you need so I'll know what to pick up tomorrow.
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6/32. and yea it pissed me off something wicked i reinstalled 3 times and each time when i connected my other hdds it wouldnt boot so i went away came back next morning and looked at bios and sure enough that was the issue
    
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6/32. and yea it pissed me off something wicked i reinstalled 3 times and each time when i connected my other hdds it wouldnt boot so i went away came back next morning and looked at bios and sure enough that was the issue
Shutting it down for the night, I will sure check that first thing in the morning, and am I correct when your 6/32 is the screw size needed for the fans
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those are the size for the fans to the rad yes and no 3/16 wont work
    
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does it have more than 1 hdd? mayb direct bios to the windows hdd ive had the problem alot
Same here... I had the boot order wrong in BIOS.
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its so simple yet so annoying
    
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its so simple yet so annoying
Has happened to me 3 times...

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My kit is still performing top notch.. The clear primochill tubing I purchased is slightly discolorated now though.. Hoping that it doesn't degrade and ruin anything before I change it out because I wasn't planning to change tubing until after I was ready to get a GPU loop set up.
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My kit is still performing top notch.. The clear primochill tubing I purchased is slightly discolorated now though.. Hoping that it doesn't degrade and ruin anything before I change it out because I wasn't planning to change tubing until after I was ready to get a GPU loop set up.
I would say to shutdown the computer. With the system off, squeeze the tubing. Is it soft or stiff? If it is as soft as when it was new, then depending on the amount of time you are planning on installing that GPU loop (3-6 months maybe?) then you should be ok. It will only get cloudier (hence, ugly) in the meantime. Keep an eye out for the water quality in the res. If that is crystal clear and nothing floating in it, you are still good.

If you feel the tubing stiffer than when it was new then it may be time to consider changing the tubing. The process does take time though... it is not immediate.

With time the tubing will degrade. It has to do with the plasticizers (material used to make the plastic soft and flexible) used in making the tubing. So far it seems to "grow" on the surface of the inside of the tubing and that's it. No reports so far of it detaching from the tubing and floating around in the loop (reason why to keep an eye out for water quality in the res). The big concern of this gunk detaching is that if you have seen the inside of a CPU water block, this gunk could get caught inside the block and degrade your cooling performance. Once again, no one has reported any issues so far but it could be a possibility. Always good to try and stay a step ahead of these issues and prevent them.

How to avoid? Well, mainly by buying plasticizer free tubing which is a bit more expensive. I recall only seeing clear tubing though. Kill coils nor biocides prevent this condition and it has nothing to do with the water you use. It's more the temperature of the water reacting with the surface of the tubing.
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Has happened to me 3 times...

Planing to do raid0 setup on mine this coming weeks after i got my new loop done..this will be my first raid0 setup..do u think our board CHIV can handle 2 raid 0??

I'll be running/planning 2 60g ssd for os and games i always use. And 2 1T hdd in raid 0 for storage..

Can this be done on our board??
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