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Originally Posted by ezveedub;14198388 
I never used a shroud and have no cooling issues with any of my RX360 rads.
Same, but you would get slightly better temps with shrouds. (every degree counts! wink.gif)
post #8652 of 13773
How much tubing should I buy with my RS240 to be installed in my NZXT Phantom for CPU only loop? (Accounting for a little extra that I may need for a first timer)
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post #8653 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Taylorsci;14198414 
Same, but you would get slightly better temps with shrouds. (every degree counts! wink.gif)

How much is we talking about. 2? I'm debating whether to shroud or not
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Originally Posted by holynorth;14202833 
How much tubing should I buy with my RS240 to be installed in my NZXT Phantom for CPU only loop? (Accounting for a little extra that I may need for a first timer)

I did my loop with only 4 feet of tubing, but mind you, I had taken my old tubing out and measured it. I had about 7 inches of tubing left over.
I would buy 5 feet, 6feet if you really think you are going to use a lot.

oh and that 4 feet of tubing was with an extra part in there that used an extra like 4 or 5 inches of tubing.
post #8655 of 13773
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Originally Posted by thrasherht;14202901 
I did my loop with only 4 feet of tubing, but mind you, I had taken my old tubing out and measured it. I had about 7 inches of tubing left over.
I would buy 5 feet, 6feet if you really think you are going to use a lot.

oh and that 4 feet of tubing was with an extra part in there that used an extra like 4 or 5 inches of tubing.

Thanks! You just saved me a couple of bucks.
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Originally Posted by holynorth;14203012 
Thanks! You just saved me a couple of bucks.

the first time I built my loop, I bought a retail package with 8 feet in it, and I have so much of that left over. Like probably half was left over when I was done.
post #8657 of 13773
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Originally Posted by exzited;14202861 
How much is we talking about. 2? I'm debating whether to shroud or not
Yeah, around there. It really depends on the type of fan I guess, but I wouldn't expect to see more than a three degree difference between shrouded and non shrouded.
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Got around to taking some pics. This is my rasa 750/240mm in my corsair 600T. Probably gonna change out the tubing to white to match the case better.

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I know this has been asked before but is it ok to go pump-> rad-> CPU block-> reservoir? I'm just wondering if there are any pressure problems with pumping water straight into the radiator
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