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Glad you got it working. I've never seen a 932
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Glad you got it working. I've never seen a 932
haha thanks

Last n0_0b question of the day: which side is the push side of a fan?

Specifically, the Yate Loon DS12H-12
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Whatever side you feel the air pushing from.
post #834 of 13773
Just got my RX360 kit today

Putting it together as we speak

I had a quick question for anyone using a MCW80..

Which port is inlet and which one is outlet? Or does it not matter? The instructions do not specify and are actually rather simple and a bit disappointing.

Thanks for the help.
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OK, I must be screwed. I replaced the 7/16 tubing with 1/2 tubing, and I ran it pump/res>rad>cpu>gpu>pump/res. When I filled it and turned it on, the water coming out of the res doesn't fill the tubing, only half full, and the out from the cpu block to the gpu also doesn't fill. What have I done? Is the pump not strong enough to run 1/2id tubing or what?

ANYONE. NOW IM SCARED LOL!!
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Hey guys, I have a question for you. Im really bored and I havent bought anything new in like half a year, and so I was thinking about maybe getting the RS240 kit, just for teh lulz, and ofc another case as the one i have now, Elite 335, is really not suited for WCing ^^. So I have two questions. 1: What would a good case for this be ? Is a HAF 922 any good for WCing or is there another case in the same pricerange thats better ? and 2: how easy would it be to change my CPU later ? could I do this without having to take anything in the loop apart and just remove the CPU block so I wouldnt have to leak test again ? Becuase Im probably getting a SB mobo/CPU next year.
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anyone got a suggestion for quieting down the pump noise? got this system together, love it all, but that humming noise is driving me crazy
Hook it up to a fan controller. I have a two mode switch style: 7v and 12v, under 7v the pump and the fans are super quiet. the only thing more audible is the psu fan which drowns out the low noise coming from the pump and case/rad fans.
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haha thanks

Last n0_0b question of the day: which side is the push side of a fan?

Specifically, the Yate Loon DS12H-12
If you look at the casing out the fan, you'll find two arrows. One will show you the direction of the blades, the other will show you the direction of the airflow. When you put the fan on the radiator, if the airflow arrow is pointing to the radiator, it's in push. If it's away pointing away from the radiator, it's in pull.
Of course, you don't need special fans for push and pull, just in case you were wondering. Just move the fan to the opposite side if you want to switch from push to pull or vice versa.

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OK, I must be screwed. I replaced the 7/16 tubing with 1/2 tubing, and I ran it pump/res>rad>cpu>gpu>pump/res. When I filled it and turned it on, the water coming out of the res doesn't fill the tubing, only half full, and the out from the cpu block to the gpu also doesn't fill. What have I done? Is the pump not strong enough to run 1/2id tubing or what?

ANYONE. NOW IM SCARED LOL!!
Not fully sure, but I'd say you don't have enough water? The pump should handle 1/2" ID tubes fine, so maybe you need to add more water to keep the loop in full flow all the time.
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If you look at the casing out the fan, you'll find two arrows. One will show you the direction of the blades, the other will show you the direction of the airflow. When you put the fan on the radiator, if the airflow arrow is pointing to the radiator, it's in push. If it's away pointing away from the radiator, it's in pull.
Of course, you don't need special fans for push and pull, just in case you were wondering. Just move the fan to the opposite side if you want to switch from push to pull or vice versa.



Not fully sure, but I'd say you don't have enough water? The pump should handle 1/2" ID tubes fine, so maybe you need to add more water to keep the loop in full flow all the time.
Res is completely full. Im retubing back the way i had it.... pumpres-rad-gpu-cpu-pumpres and HOPING it's ok.
    
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Hey guys, I have a question for you. Im really bored and I havent bought anything new in like half a year, and so I was thinking about maybe getting the RS240 kit, just for teh lulz...
I recommend the Cooler Master 690 II Advanced. I don't own a HAF 922 so I can't say what its better at compared to the 690, but 690 II Advanced has:
  • All black interior
  • Supports 2x 240mm radiators (top must be thin and push or pull, bottom can be thick push or pull, or thin push/pull)
  • Free "Xdock" at the top.
  • 10 fans support (IIRC).
  • $80 shipped from Amazon (2-day shipping free if you get a free Prime trial)

Here is my current setup, the case came yesterday so ignore the cable mess since I got tired lol.

I think you can fit a 360mm radiator at the top of this case without modding, but you'll lose a 5.25in bay and you can't place the third fan.

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