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post #6321 of 13773
I got the x-20 750 pump to run through an: ek supreme hf cpu block, ek mb block, 3x ek gpu blocks, rx360 for a month. even though it could handle it, I wouldn't recommend it, hence why I got a ddc pump .
post #6322 of 13773
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Originally Posted by wermad View Post
I got the x-20 750 pump to run through an: ek supreme hf cpu block, ek mb block, 3x ek gpu blocks, rx360 for a month. even though it could handle it, I wouldn't recommend it, hence why I got a ddc pump .
It may be good to have 2 DDC pumps. When you have that many coolers, its nice to have redundancy if a pump fails.
     
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Intel I7 860  Asus P7P55D-E Pro MSI ATI 6990 8gb G.Skill 1600 DDR3 (4x2Gb) 
RAMHard DriveHard DriveOptical Drive
G. Skill 1600 DDR3 OCZ Agility 2 120Gb  Seagate SATA Barracuda 160GB TSH663B DVD burner 
CoolingCoolingCoolingCooling
EK Supreme HF XSPC RC360 XSPC DDC Reservoir EK-FC6990 - EN (Nickel) 
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Cooler Master HAF 932 Microsoft Wireless Optical Creative 5.1 
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post #6323 of 13773
Something I totally forgot to check out, but what is the average lifetime on the Rasa 750 pumps out of curosity? Anyone have a vague idea?
post #6324 of 13773
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Since it's a relatively new kit, I doubt anyone knows.
post #6325 of 13773
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Originally Posted by mbudden View Post
Since it's a relatively new kit, I doubt anyone knows.
Okie thank you

I never figured out how to get the pump running without powering on the mobo either, the kit came with a 4 pin molex connector (that the 2 wires from the pump pop out of) and a motherboard plug with a red wire connecting 2 spaces. Kind of have no idea what the motherboard plug is for.
post #6326 of 13773
Thread Starter 
Uh. You basically unplug everything except the pump.
Put the PSU jumpstarter on and flip the switch and the pump will run.
post #6327 of 13773
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Originally Posted by mbudden View Post
Uh. You basically unplug everything except the pump.
Put the PSU jumpstarter on and flip the switch and the pump will run.
Oh that was a jumpstarter? Well I feel fairly dumb, but I have never done or seen anything like this before, at least I now know
post #6328 of 13773
Thread Starter 
It's just like using a paper clip to jump start your PSU, but it's a nifty tool.
It's for leak testing etc.
post #6329 of 13773
I've been poking around the forums reading some stuffs. I had a random question tho, for the Rasa 750 kit, I believe it has 7/16 stock tubing and 1/2 barbs. Would it be a good idea at some point to get I think compression fittings and 1/2 tubing? I am honestly not 100% how compression fittings work but I'm about to look them up on frozencpu.
post #6330 of 13773
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Look at the FAQ. Someone posted videos about compression fittings etc and it goes into great detail. It's deff worth watching the ~30 mins of video.
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