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The tubing is bad quality and will cloud up then turn brown in a matter of weeks to months. Use plain distilled water and I forgot to mention, get some stuff called PT Nuke PHN, put a few drops of it in your res after filling the loop with distilled water. It will stop algae and the like from growing in your loop.
Thanks for the tips. It looks like Frozen CPU has included a free IandH killcoil with purchase of the kit. Advice regarding which liquid and tubing to purchase would be appreciated Clear, white, and orange are my color preferences.
    
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Thanks for the tips. It looks like Frozen CPU has included a free IandH killcoil with purchase of the kit. Advice regarding which liquid and tubing to purchase would be appreciated Clear, white, and orange are my color preferences.
Really any tubing you buy from frozencpu will be good.
I would highly recommend primochill though, they have really good tubing.
feser is good too, but primochill is a bit better.
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Thanks for the tips. It looks like Frozen CPU has included a free IandH killcoil with purchase of the kit. Advice regarding which liquid and tubing to purchase would be appreciated Clear, white, and orange are my color preferences.
Just use distilled water with your killcoil and get some of this
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Anyone know the contact information for the rasa kit. I am waiting on answers. Some stated here a while ago they were fast. Please provide with the information please.
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Update on my rig. Just added my gpu's to the loop. Idle CPU 34-38 C and GPU 31 C. Load/gaming CPU 54-56C and GPU 38-40C. Overall I'm thrilled with the results. CPU is stock atm though. Will be OC'ing again in the near future.



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I'm eyeballing this tubing: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/82...l_-_Clear.html

About how many feet should I get for a simple CPU loop in a 690 II ADV with the res/pump 5.25" baymounted?

Also, in terms of coolant... Will straight up distilled water do the trick if I decide not to use some colored liquid?

Sorry for the n00b questions, I'm apprehensive about full-on WC because I'll probably bork something
    
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I'm eyeballing this tubing: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/82...l_-_Clear.html

About how many feet should I get for a simple CPU loop in a 690 II ADV with the res/pump 5.25" baymounted?

Also, in terms of coolant... Will straight up distilled water do the trick if I decide not to use some colored liquid?

Sorry for the n00b questions, I'm apprehensive about full-on WC because I'll probably bork something
You will only need a few feet probly but better safe than sorry. Colored liquid tends to gunk up your blocks over time. thats why most people here will tell you distilled water. I think the kit comes with about 6 feet of tube but i had quite a bit left over after my first cpu loop.
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Thanks Mas. Do additives such as this have that gunking effect as well?

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/65...tml?tl=g30c103

I have yet to determine a color scheme. Clear is my stand-by though.
    
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All colored additives have the possibility to gunk up a block. You have to maintain your loop at a more regular basis if you do use colored fluids and dyes. But as far as your amount of tubing goes. I would recommend atleast 5-6 ft. You can buy a 10 ft loop of primochill tubing from amazon for like $16.50. Cheapest I've found it.
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All colored additives have the possibility to gunk up a block. You have to maintain your loop at a more regular basis if you do use colored fluids and dyes. But as far as your amount of tubing goes. I would recommend atleast 5-6 ft. You can buy a 10 ft loop of primochill tubing from amazon for like $16.50. Cheapest I've found it.
Thanks. I prefer using Amazon, too I suppose I'd go for straight up distilled water.
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