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I just saw this cover on their website:
CLICKY

That should work. Or they have an array of covers here:
CLICKY

Maybe that would allow you to mount a RAD on top, internally.

But mounting it externally is not a bad option.
Hm the issue is the only one guaranteed to fit the A70F is the one with no holes (go figure..), to be honest I think the rad out of the back of the case looks really awesome, I was just referring to the H100 being mounted in the inside. I think I would like to go water cooling, and I'd really like this kit, however this is my concern:

I plan on upgrading CPU's soon, (bulldozer) will I need a new CPU block to fit that socket? and I want to watercool my GPU (6970) but I plan on getting a second 6970 in the very near future. Won't I need a stronger pump for that? Are all XPSC pumps pretty high quality? Because I know this one is a res and a pump in one thing
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Well how's it look? Just finished this yesterday in my 600t



Edited by trackready - 6/5/11 at 4:54am
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Well how's it look? Just finished this yesterday in my 600t


Very clean looking. I like how you positioned the rad to achieve minimal use of tubing. And the color coordination is working out very nively. Like that black tubing.
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I figured I'd post this here since my entire loop will basically be XSPC based. I'm putting an rx120 rad in the bottom of my 800d..

I'd like to know what the barb equivalent of this fitting would be:

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Well how's it look? Just finished this yesterday in my 600t


Yeah this looks real clean man love the black on black.. makes me want to consider going black tubing on my kit instead of blue for my 700D
    
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I figured I'd post this here since my entire loop will basically be XSPC based. I'm putting an rx120 rad in the bottom of my 800d..

I'd like to know what the barb equivalent of this fitting would be:

http://img21.imageshack.us/img21/9497/018joy.jpg
Also, I'm going to be doing a total of 3 blocks and 3 rads on the pump, so some one feel free to chime in if they think that's too much before I place the order in a couple weeks.
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Also, I'm going to be doing a total of 3 blocks and 3 rads on the pump, so some one feel free to chime in if they think that's too much before I place the order in a couple weeks.
On one XSPC pump? If so, then I think it "may" be a bit too much for that pump. Someone will be chiming in shortly to confirm this for us.
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hi guys...just wanted to do a quick inquiry. I recently bought the xspc rasa rx 360 kit, problem is that there isnt any coolant with the kit and me being in pakistan, we dont have aftermarket coolants like feser, primochill or even PT Nuke. I was recommended to use pure distilled water with this kit. Any other additive you guys recommend that i add with the distilled water to keep the loop healthy and clean? Thanks
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hi guys...just wanted to do a quick inquiry. I recently bought the xspc rasa rx 360 kit, problem is that there isnt any coolant with the kit and me being in pakistan, we dont have aftermarket coolants like feser, primochill or even PT Nuke. I was recommended to use pure distilled water with this kit. Any other additive you guys recommend that i add with the distilled water to keep the loop healthy and clean? Thanks
All you need for coolant is Distilled Water and a Kill Coil.
post #7650 of 13773
Yep.

You need to use a biocide or 99.999% silver to stop organic growth. If you can get your hands on Copper Sulfate that will work in the right concentration too.
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