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Thought I would try
Anyone with the kit and an 2500/2600 at around 4.7 can give me temps that would be great. I'm peaking at 61c after 3 hours but I had to turn on my heater and temps in my house went up about 4f. Just trying to figure out how my kit/Overclock is. Thanks and goodnight.
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So you guys all know that RX240 is thick and therefore I can only do two fan set up at the top of my corsair 650D. It'll be used to cool both the CPU and GPU. I'm looking to bring external air in from the top of the case inside rather then exhausting out the radiator. So here's my question:
Do I go push(by placing the fans to the roof of the case and attaching the radiator underneath)?
Or do I go pull(by attaching the radiator to the roof of the case and then attaching the fans on the side that's facing the inside of the case)?
can anyone shed some light?
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post #6803 of 13773
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Originally Posted by ezveedub View Post
Go to XSPC website or EBay. There are XSPC dual 5.25" bay reservoirs for a single D5 pump.

Where is my homie MBudden? He should be steering you the FAQs right now, LOL!
I've been a bit busy lately. I haven't been able to get on as much as I would like. I really appreciate the help guys.

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So you guys all know that RX240 is thick and therefore I can only do two fan set up at the top of my corsair 650D. It'll be used to cool both the CPU and GPU. I'm looking to bring external air in from the top of the case inside rather then exhausting out the radiator. So here's my question:
Do I go push(by placing the fans to the roof of the case and attaching the radiator underneath)?
Or do I go pull(by attaching the radiator to the roof of the case and then attaching the fans on the side that's facing the inside of the case)?
I'm not sure if the RX rads are anything like the RS rads. But the RS rads like being run in Push than in Pull. I know I had seen a good 1-2C drop when I moved mine from Pull to Push.

When you're putting your rad into your case, you always want the hot air exhausting out. It makes no sense in exhausting it inwards. Not to mention, heat rises. So your best bet would have them Pushing the air out than Pushing it in.

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Got my system overclocked for the first time. running a modest 4.5GHZ at 1.344(1.3V set in bios). Temps are at 56C after 25mins prime95. once i get this locked in im going to try to lower my V abit to see if i can lower temps more. BUT, how is 56C at my speed and voltage sound? good/bad/average?
Sounds good to me. Someone PM'd me just the other day about his temps being around 50C on stock clocks. So that looks about right to me. But then again, you and him didn't mention ambient temps so, I'm not too sure. But that looks good to me.
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So I cleaned rad this morning. Hot water little vinegar. Let it set for 1 hr shook it a few times in between. Repeated the process. I got very little junk out. Did I just get a clean rad or didn't let soak long enough.
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So I cleaned rad this morning. Hot water little vinegar. Let it set for 1 hr shook it a few times in between. Repeated the process. I got very little junk out. Did I just get a clean rad or didn't let soak long enough.
You don't really need it to soak. Because it would let things settle. What I would do is just flush it, force water through and push whatever out. That's what I did before I sold mine.

I basically ran it under the sink for a good 3 minutes or so. Letting the water push whatever baddies out then rinsed with some warm distilled water to get whatever minerals came from the tap water.
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You don't really need it to soak. Because it would let things settle. What I would do is just flush it, force water through and push whatever out. That's what I did before I sold mine.

I basically ran it under the sink for a good 3 minutes or so. Letting the water push whatever baddies out then rinsed with some warm distilled water to get whatever minerals came from the tap water.
I'll do that now. Thanks
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post #6807 of 13773
I think I asked this before but I can't seem to find my post regarding it. But I have the XSPC Rasa 750 RS360 Universal CPU / Triple Radiator Water Cooling Kit and I wanted to buy compression fittings for it (I'd need 6 total) but I have no idea which ones I should buy. I'd like to get 1/2inch ID tubing for more water flow. But regarding the outside diameter of the holes that the fittings screw into, I'm really not sure what I should be looking at. Some say G1/4" x 3/4" OD, some give millimeter sizes, oi. I just don't want to get screwed by buying the wrong ones and they wont screw into the block/res/rad.
post #6808 of 13773
i have a really dumb question. could i use my old pump/res combo and get another rad, either 120 or 240, plus a gpu block and cool it with my gpu. 2 separate loops = better temps, right?
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Should I go pump>cpu>rad>res?
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post #6810 of 13773
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Originally Posted by crabby654 View Post
I think I asked this before but I can't seem to find my post regarding it. But I have the XSPC Rasa 750 RS360 Universal CPU / Triple Radiator Water Cooling Kit and I wanted to buy compression fittings for it (I'd need 6 total) but I have no idea which ones I should buy. I'd like to get 1/2inch ID tubing for more water flow. But regarding the outside diameter of the holes that the fittings screw into, I'm really not sure what I should be looking at. Some say G1/4" x 3/4" OD, some give millimeter sizes, oi. I just don't want to get screwed by buying the wrong ones and they wont screw into the block/res/rad.
I don't have much experience with those types of things but there is some videos in the FAQ that has a wealth of information. I would take a look at them. That could possibly answer most of your questions.

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Originally Posted by Blue Destroyer View Post
i have a really dumb question. could i use my old pump/res combo and get another rad, either 120 or 240, plus a gpu block and cool it with my gpu. 2 separate loops = better temps, right?
I don't see why you can't. I mean XSPC makes a pump/res combination that can have two pumps. And you can have two separate loops. So I don't see why you couldn't.

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Should I go pump>cpu>rad>res?
It doesn't really matter. Mine was like that.
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