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I'm getting the RS360 kit, and I have a quick question regarding upgradability on it. I'm currently running (and going to be cooling) a Phenom II x3 720 @ 4 cores with the water kit. Will this kit (well...the pump) be able to handle a block for a 6950? I'm looking to add on to the loop in the near future and I'm wondering if I'm going to need another pump or res.

Thanks!
the pump will do fine, if you add another gfx card as in CF you may need another rad
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Anybody know how long it takes XSPC to send out a new res/pump and how long it takes to arrive? Also, by what means do they send it? UPS? FedEx?

I tried asking Dazhong from XSPC but he didn't reply, I need to know as I live in an apartment building with a messed up paging system and I didn't provide a buzz code, so I'm worried that the res/pump will arrive and I won't even know it as I have no tracking number or anything and the delivery person won't be able to buzz my apartment to get in.

Also, I live in Canada so I don't know if that will make much of a difference.
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Finally got my kit installed, leak test done as well. Mounting the rad on the back was ridiculously painful.

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post #8834 of 13773
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the pump will do fine, if you add another gfx card as in CF you may need another rad
Thanks bud!

One more quick series of questions if you (and the forum) don't mind.

Tomorrow my kit gets here, and I'm wondering about flushing out my components. Now I know I have to do my rad, but I also read to flush out the CPU block...do I need to, or is XSPC good with this?

What is the best method for cleaning out the rad? Boil some (tap) water and stick that in a couple times followed my distilled? Should I hook up my hose to it and blast the **** out of it to get out any big particles followed by boiled tap and then distilled?

Also, for the fitting. I have watched TONS of videos on setting up loops, and people generally recommend a wrench for making sure the barbs are tight. I keep all the tools in the van, which is gone all day, and I want the right wrench available to me when the kit gets here, so what size does the barbs take?

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post #8835 of 13773
im pretty sure every where I've read has said finger tight, let the o-rings do their job. If you use a wrench you better be careful especially with the bay res. As for rinsing, I would rinse everything with boiled distilled. Why chance it? Set it up right the first time and you won't be tearing down all your hard work in a couple months Hopefully you don't have as bad of luck with your rad as I have had with mine
Edited by neybis - 7/18/11 at 9:26pm
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im having a dilemma with my silver package from the USA, my tracking states its still sitting in the USA even though it was shipped almost 2 weeks ago, now ive been running my WC loop for about a week now expecting to see the silver shortly after with the idea of just putting it in, ive just started chasing up this package as id kind of like to know where it is.

basically how much longer can i safely run my looop with just distilled until i start to see issues with the water condition? the water still looks crystal clear, has no cloudiness or anything happening. but i dont want to have the water deteriorate to the point where i need to pull the block off and clean it.
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Finally got my kit installed, leak test done as well. Mounting the rad on the back was ridiculously painful.

when people run their rad in the back how do they access the ports in the back?
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when people run their rad in the back how do they access the ports in the back?
It varies from case to case but most of the time the PCI slot connections are still available due to the rads distance from the back of the case.
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when people run their rad in the back how do they access the ports in the back?
I mounted the rad on the back using the read 120mm fan hole, and mounting it on the bottom screw holes on the rad. It sticks up past the top of my case but at least i can get to both DVI ports.
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