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I just fitted the loop , how high must I fill the res with coolant ? Im using the pump/res combo XSPC gives with the RS360 kit .
Must I fill it so that the level monitor on the front plate is completely covered ?
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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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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
The RIIIE is mobo is really nice. Doesn't have the large VRM coolers running along the top to get in the way either.
     
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I just fitted the loop , how high must I fill the res with coolant ? Im using the pump/res combo XSPC gives with the RS360 kit .
Must I fill it so that the level monitor on the front plate is completely covered ?
Fill it almost completely. You need to keep the impeller on the pump from sucking in air.
     
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Ok well I've installed it and filled the rad nearly full .
Good temps too . 30C Idle and 60C load at 4.158GHz at 1.3375v Now adding two more fans for push pull so that theres 5 fans . I'll make it 6 once I buy more rad screws
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post #8046 of 13773
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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?
There are several ways to mount the rad/fans.

You can use the screws for the fans to mount the rad to the case if you intend to have a pull set up with air going out the top, a push setup with air coming in the top, or the opposite of these if you are mounting the rad on the bottom.

Install is much simpler if you mount the fans and radiator separately, however.

Just be careful not to use a screw that goes too far into the rad (quarter inch max). Any more and you are likely to bend fins (not a disaster) or buckle the channels in the radiator (destroys the radiator).

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Well I've been running for about 3 hours no leaks! Using vinegar and water non distilled don't have any on hand so I'm definitely draining it in about an hour give or take and picking up some distilled tomorrow. As far as it goes with draining just take on hose off the rad and let it drain from there? Side note man this thing is quiet can't even hear it while it's outside my case!
Make sure you thoroughly flush all the vinegar out before you set things up for good. It's just to clean out the radiator and blocks, if it's left in the loop long term it will corrode things.

I set everything up on a table, fill the loop with vinegar, start the pump, let it run for 20 minutes, then empty it. Repeat this 2-3 more times with vinegar, then rinse it again (2-3) with distilled water. It's a hassle, but making the loop squeaky clean will mean the water you put in it to actually use will stay clean for a very long time. With a kill coil and/or a few drops of biocide, a thoroughly cleaned and well sealed loop should be good for at least a year, potentially much longer.
Edited by Blameless - 6/16/11 at 6:54am
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Yay fully installed .
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i7 920 D0 at 4.4GHz at 1.425v on XSPC Rasa 750 RS360 kit
Idle temps of 34C at 17C Ambiant with Load temps of around 65C
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post #8048 of 13773
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There are several ways to mount the rad/fans.

You can use the screws for the fans to mount the rad to the case if you intend to have a pull set up with air going out the top, a push setup with air coming in the top, or the opposite of these if you are mounting the rad on the bottom.

Install is much simpler if you mount the fans and radiator separately, however.

Just be careful not to use a screw that goes too far into the rad (quarter inch max). Any more and you are likely to bend fins (not a disaster) or buckle the channels in the radiator (destroys the radiator).



Also could I perhaps get like a t virus RES. and still use the bay pump just not the bay res



Make sure you thoroughly flush all the vinegar out before you set things up for good. It's just to clean out the radiator and blocks, if it's left in the loop long term it will corrode things.

I set everything up on a table, fill the loop with vinegar, start the pump, let it run for 20 minutes, then empty it. Repeat this 2-3 more times with vinegar, then rinse it again (2-3) with distilled water. It's a hassle, but making the loop squeaky clean will mean the water you put in it to actually use will stay clean for a very long time. With a kill coil and/or a few drops of biocide, a thoroughly cleaned and well sealed loop should be good for at least a year, potentially much longer.
Thanks I wish I had your method last night . Unfouetanetly I just did one rinse with a mix of vinegar / water.. Seeing as to how I don't actually have my system running yet... I don't mind doing it again.. If you think that would be a good idea!

EDIT:

Also could I perhaps get like a t virus RES. and still use the bay pump just not the bay res
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Thanks I wish I had your method last night . Unfouetanetly I just did one rinse with a mix of vinegar / water.. Seeing as to how I don't actually have my system running yet... I don't mind doing it again.. If you think that would be a good idea!
Depends on how dirty it still is.

Smell the inside of the res or rad. If it smells like like oil, strong plastic, or metally, it could probably use some more cleaning.
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Depends on how dirty it still is.

Smell the inside of the res or rad. If it smells like like oil, strong plastic, or metally, it could probably use some more cleaning.
Wouldn't that method get flux in the cpu and gpu blocks? Or do you mean just the res + pump + rad?
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