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Welcome kabayan!!!

U will see a big difference and u will be happy with the result...

Have fun!!
Uy thanks kabayan! I finished my setup and I leaked test and bleed then went to sleep. Then this morning I finished everything up and checked the temps. Load temps were 10c better on prime 95. Then the pc suddenly died. No leaks whatsoever, but I think I tightened the screws of the cpu block too much, causing the board to bend. The pc won't post, I get debug code "00" then it dies. Later tonight I'll go easy on the cpu block lol.

Can anybody please post a pic of how they mounted the rads at the back of the case? Thanks!
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I'm putting my M8 together as I type this. It's has so much room and makes my watercooled build so much easier. I'm running two RX360s on the top. I believe you can do the same with the M10. Jim said the XL-ATX mobo tray doesn't allow a rad on the mono side, but that's if you mount the rad inside. Since I have the rad on top, only the fans sit on the inside of the roof. Only monor mod needed is to notch the roof for the XSPC rad, as they use a hex bung that needs to be cleared so it drops right on top. Any other rad fits fine. You also can mount a third rad in the floor or on a bracket on the PSU side also if needed.
what is your temp @4GHz on XSPC Rasa CPU block?
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what is your temp @4GHz on XSPC Rasa CPU block?
When I ran just the CPU on LinX, the highest temps was 65C after hours of running. I have Ceramique as the TIM for now. I also have Shin Etsu 7783D and Prolimatch PF-1 to try on it soon. If I ran my 6870s on Furmark for 3 hours, then ran CPU right after, the CPU temp just barely hit 71C after 1 hour, but that's after two GPUs have completely heated the system up. I'm switching my I7 860 back to a full XSPC RASA RX360 kit with the 6870s added again. It was running my two 6990s, but I really needed to get those into a larger waterloop and onto a better motherboard.

These temps are from my RX360 kit in a HAF-932 with Koolance 120mm 2K RPM fans.
Edited by ezveedub - 5/23/11 at 6:30pm
     
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post #7504 of 13773
I currently have the RX240 kit cooling my CPU and Dual 6850's. Temps seem fine, but I've decided to add a 120mm Single Rad at the back of my case in a push pull. To much? Also as far as air flow, is this okay:

Front in(120mm)
Back Push Pull In(Dual 120mm)
Top Pull Out(Dual 120mm)
Left side Pull in(140mm Noctua or 220mm case fan)
post #7505 of 13773
Can anyone tell me how to properly tighten the cpu block without over tightening it? Is there a way to properly do so? I read somewhere that you want to tighten 2.5 revolutions after initial screw engagement. is that true?

I just don't want to bend the board but still be snug enough for the thermal paste to work.

Thanks!
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I think as long as they are all tightened the same you should be ok. I know mine were A LOT more than 2.5 turns before i started to encounter resistance. Think it was closer to 5 complete turns.

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Oh god. Paint's .jpg compression hurts my eyes
Edited by Boyboyd - 5/24/11 at 4:49am
post #7507 of 13773
Planning a upgrade on my case and water cooling next month. Need some input. I love my kit and just wanted know if this would work: plan to upgrade to a Case Lab case. 2: plan to add a second RX360 Rad. So I will be running 2 RX360 and a rs360 to cool my CPU and 2 580's. Adding a third 580 down the road but not now. Case first. Question: I plan to continue to use my res/pump and just add a second pump in the loop. Where in the loop would be the best place to add a second pump and what type of pump is needed or can it be done. I thought about just adding a second Rx360 kit and run two loops but I would like to just have one loop. Any suggestions?
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post #7508 of 13773
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Planning a upgrade on my case and water cooling next month. Need some input. I love my kit and just wanted know if this would work: plan to upgrade to a Case Lab case. 2: plan to add a second RX360 Rad. So I will be running 2 RX360 and a rs360 to cool my CPU and 2 580's. Adding a third 580 down the road but not now. Case first. Question: I plan to continue to use my res/pump and just add a second pump in the loop. Where in the loop would be the best place to add a second pump and what type of pump is needed or can it be done. I thought about just adding a second Rx360 kit and run two loops but I would like to just have one loop. Any suggestions?
I would say to stay in a single loop. If you want to use a single pump, there's the XSPC dual 5.25 bay pump reservoir for DDC and D5 pumps. I use the DDC reservoir now. As for the loop, I would go pump/res> cpu> RX360> gpus> RX360> RS360> pump/res. Running two separate loops is a PITA IMO. Other option is Koolance's reservoir. It can run two pumps (D5 or DDC, depending on what model), in serial, or parallel separate loops. Also, prefer to run GPUs in parallel, no serial. I don't daisy-chaining heat from one GPU card to the next. I felt the tubing temp in and out of my 6990s and its significantly hotter on the outlet. In serials circuit, that would be dumped into the second GPU card, which is not good.
     
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If you want to add another pump to the rasa kit, do you have to remove the original? Or can you just run them in series?
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If you want to add another pump to the rasa kit, do you have to remove the original? Or can you just run them in series?
Some one said you could, but I don't think its a good idea IMO. They wanted to use the XSPC pump/res as a res only with the pump unplugged.
     
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