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Hmm, are compression fittings worth the investment? I'm thinking that in a month or 2 I may fully take apart my computer and paint the inside of my case. But while I'm doing that I might take apart the watercooling kit and replace the barbs/clamps with compression fittings and get 1/2 ID tubing. Would this be a good idea? Just thinking about things I can do to this sweet kit

PS - Got my 955BE overclocked to 4.2Ghz at 47c max core temp
I went with compression fitting and 1/2 " ID from the start. Very easy to install, totally leak proof and looks much better IMHO that 7/16" ID and barbs. Go for it you won't regret it.
    
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I want to cool my i7 and GTX480, but I will probably get another 480 at some point, just not in the near future.

To save money I was thinking of getting a RASA RS360 to start with, and selling that Rad to buy an RX360 when I get a second card. Would you guys recommend doing this? Would an RS360 rad sell for enough to break even vs an RX360 kit overall?

($150 kit - n + 80rad) - 190 kit= $0 so I'd have to sell my rs360 for $40, correct?

I'm sure half of you have been in my position before. What did you do, what would you have done differently?
The RX 360 is only a few bucks more than the RS but you can use lower speed fans (quieter) and get better cooling. Go for the RX 360 now, even if all you had was the CPU.
    
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It's $40-50 more. Enough to make my decision harder.
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So I just ordered my gpu blocks and etc etc. I know ppl ask this all the time but with me just running the RX360 Kit what would be a good setup of my loop. Right now with just the cpu its Rad>Res/Pump>CPU>back to Rad.
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the rx360 is plenty for your cpu and gpu(s)
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Yeah I figure it will be but should I go in the same order just hit the gpu's next? So in other words Rad>Res/pump>CPU>GPU1>GPU2>Rad?
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I had mine:
Res/Pump Out > CPU In > CPU Out > GPU In > GPU Out > Rad In > Rad Out > Res/Pump In
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So once again I may have a really silly question. But how to people have their loops setup in regard to water flow? For example on the CPU block I have the out tube going to the rad, is this correct? And my In is coming from my pump. Just curious if it works better the other way around or if I am really really dumb.
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So once again I may have a really silly question. But how to people have their loops setup in regard to water flow? For example on the CPU block I have the out tube going to the rad, is this correct? And my In is coming from my pump. Just curious if it works better the other way around or if I am really really dumb.
Thats how mine is. On a CPU only loop, it doesn't really matter.
     
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