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Just got my kit today! so excited already unboxed it.. this being my first loop kinda confused lurked this thread for weeks.. and im quite sure this question has been answered but what is the best setup for this? as far as in/outs go.. looking at it and a little lost as to where to start? i see people have the pump flow into the rad which than flows into the block and the block outs it to the res? is that correct?
    
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looking at it and a little lost as to where to start
Clean everything first.

I had to run about a gallon of vinegar (followed by a gallon of distilled) through my loop over the course of 4 hours to get most of the crap out of it.

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i see people have the pump flow into the rad which than flows into the block and the block outs it to the res? is that correct?
Yes. The pump introduces some heat into the loop so water is coldest fresh from the radiator. This is the water you want going into your parts.
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post #8023 of 13773
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Just got my kit today! so excited already unboxed it.. this being my first loop kinda confused lurked this thread for weeks.. and im quite sure this question has been answered but what is the best setup for this? as far as in/outs go.. looking at it and a little lost as to where to start? i see people have the pump flow into the rad which than flows into the block and the block outs it to the res? is that correct?
the out port for the pump is the barb that is connected to the black pump int the res. it does not matter whether you take that to the block or rad first. it won't make a difference in temps if it's only a cpu-only loop. then the return in the hole lower down on the left side of the res.
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Clean everything first.

I had to run about a gallon of vinegar (followed by a gallon of distilled) through my loop over the course of 4 hours to get most of the crap out of it.



Yes. The pump introduces some heat into the loop so water is coldest fresh from the radiator. This is the water you want going into your parts.
Thanks for the tip will definetly do that seeing as to how i dont even have a full computer yet.. (well at least the one im watercooling).. And ah that does make sense that the pump would actually generate hotter water it all comes together now! thanks man .. Last but not least better safe than sorry think i have a hunch on this but for mounting this in my 700D im going to mount it inside on the top.. i'm using the kit fans should i mount them on to or the bottom of the rad? also am i using the same screws to screw in the fan to mount the rad?
    
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post #8025 of 13773
I mounted mine in the bottom of the rad sucking air in. It lowered my temps 3-5 degrees over exhausting air out.
Old pic of mine but whatever

Edited by Sean Webster - 6/15/11 at 1:27pm
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You could do a rs rad up top in the push/pull. Some have been able to get an RX rad up top in p/p but depends on your mother board heat sinks as the fans will overlap your board a little and push up against most boards heat sink. You do a pull with the RX rad but I think you get better temps in push.


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mmm..... i just change my mobo to rampage iii extreme , becuase if i install the radiator+ fans first , my mobo cant fit in haf x , because the fans will block the mobo .... so i have to remove those 3 120mm fans , then i can install the mobo , since everthing set up already , including the tube and reservoir also install ..... so should i be able to install those 3 push fans at end? because i dont really wanna do pull fans
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Alright, so I finally installed my kit and booted my computer, but my cpu temps seem really high. My motherboard is reporting 46C idle temps at stock, and god only knows what it'll be at full load. I seem to have tiny little bubbles throughout my res/pump, is there anything i can do about that?
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Alright, so I finally installed my kit and booted my computer, but my cpu temps seem really high. My motherboard is reporting 46C idle temps at stock, and god only knows what it'll be at full load. I seem to have tiny little bubbles throughout my res/pump, is there anything i can do about that?
First did you take the cover off the bottom of the cpu block? And have to tiped the case all around to get the air out of the rad?
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Just recently installed my RX360 with 6 AP-15 in push/pull with a CPU block only and was messing around with the fan controller and noticed some interesting behaviors (at least to a noob). If i shut down all the AP-15s, the CPU temp would only creep up ~5-8C from 32 and stay there, with ambient at around 28C.

I would leave the fans off for about an hour or two and the temp would stay fairly steady at around 38C to 40C. That calls into question the effectiveness of my fan setup, or is it because 2 hours is too short since there is still enough "headroom" for the water to effectively absorb the heat, and the radiato'rs ability to dissipate w/o fans?

My rad is mounted internally up top in a Haf x, so perhaps the natural convection of the raising warm air helps cool the rads as it exits the case?

Finally, my rad is not hot to the touch like what I've read, but is it because I don't leave my computer on 24/7, hence the water had proper time to cool overnight?

Any insights to the above would be appreciated. Thanks!

ps. these are idle temps
Edited by Penumbra - 6/15/11 at 4:03pm
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First did you take the cover off the bottom of the cpu block? And have to tiped the case all around to get the air out of the rad?
yes and yes.
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