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How do I ensure my radiator is full of water? I can't tell by shaking the case if it is or not. But, with the pump off all tubes remain full of water and when I shake the case with the pump on and off, no more big gushes of air seem to come out.

The Radiator is an Rx360 and it's mounted on the top of my 800D.
If it has pockets of air still, you usually hear gurgling from the rad. I just tilt the case every now and then just to see if any air bubbles come out, but its nothing really to worry too much about unless you're having temp issues. The air generally works its way out over time.
     
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So i have ordered one of these kits and i was just wondering about where to put the rad. I have a CM 690 Advanced II and i would like to put the rad on the bottom where it can fit but i dont know if the airflow would work very well doing this... So if i have to put it on the top i am wondering will it fit on the top of my case with a push/pull set up? i would be able to put the fans on the top then the rad on the inside but would i be able to put another pair of fans between my mobo and rad? this is a very specific case and mobo question so i anyone is able to answer this that would be great!!! my mobo is in my sig below. thanks in advance for you help
    
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I filled my loop when it was off and just kept moving the rad to get the air to flow out, and bent the tubes to get the air to the highest point in the loop - which, in the angle I'd tilted the case back, was the pump/res......then topped it up, put the cap on and fired it up for a minute or two (just into the BIOS) before shutting down and topping up...

Job done.
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Oh and a word of warning. If you have an Asus P8Z68 mobo and a Corsair 600T case you will have to remove some of the plastic flange on the auxiliary 12v plugs. The radiator will not fit otherwise.
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post #8865 of 13773
Got my kit and installed it. Dear god, this thing performs compared to my old air cooler so much, I don't think I'm ever going back...

Installation was pretty painless, and I only had one small leak due to not tightening down one barb enough. After I did that, it was easy sailing. Filling and bleeding my res wasn't painful at all, and it seems I got all the air bubbles that I could get out within the first day, but still ******* with it every so often. Only problem is that I was excited-and tired- when I put it all together, so it looks like absolute ****, so I need to redo the wiring. Nothing I can do about the tubing sadly, as the 360 rad is on the back of the case and running the tubing across the whole case is kind of ugly.

Anyway, like I said, it was painless as hell, the pump is SILENT, and the only way I know it is running is the water in the res is slightly waving around, and if I put my hand on the the res, I feel a slight vibration. Over all, my first foray into watercooling has been awesome, and now I want to water cool my motherboard and videocard. It's a sickness I tell ya!

As an aside, anyone selling/have an extra 6950/70 reference design water block? Kind of brokeish now, and cannot afford one new (I know, sad, but priorities are priorities). Thanks. I'll chuck up a picture in a few hours when I have a damn camera...
    
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My rs240 kit is on the fed-ex truck for delivery today!
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I ordered the RS360 Kit from frozencpu.com yesterday.

I did that because in another forum a guy mentioned the RX360 RAD wouldn't fit in my Haf X case and not to worry since the RX would not perform any better than the RS anyway.

After reading this thread and other forums, it turns out The RX radiator will fit my case.(barely, push fans will be a tight fit)

And after reading this thread, i'm thinking i should have gotten the RX360 kit.

Sooo, since its not frozencpu.com's fault, i ordered the wrong kit, i do not feel right returning it. (it is my mistake, not theirs)

The link in the sticky FAQ makes no mention if they use same cpu block,pump etc... it just says the rs240 and rs360 use all the same except rad, but no such comparison under the RX360 vs RS360 kits.

What i need to know now is if the radiator is the only difference between the two kits and i can just order the RX360 radiator and im good to go?

Or Does the RS360 kit also use the older cpu block I've read about also?
Edited by MTDEW - 7/21/11 at 8:18am
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I ordered the RS360 Kit from frozencpu.com yesterday.

I did that because in another forum a guy mentioned the RX360 RAD wouldn't fit in my Haf X case and not to worry since the RX would not perform any better than the RS anyway.

After reading this thread and other forums, it turns out The RX radiator will fit my case.(barely, push fans will be a tight fit)

And after reading this thread, i'm thinking i should have gotten the RX360 kit.

Sooo, since its not frozencpu.com's fault, i ordered the wrong kit, i do not feel right returning it. (it is my mistake, not theirs)

What i need to know now is if the radiator is the only difference between the two kits and i can just order the RX360 radiator?

Or does the RS360 kit also use the older cpu block I've read about also?
Im pretty sure the only difference in the kits is the Rad, everything else is exactly the same.
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What i need to know now is if the radiator is the only difference between the two kits and i can just order the RX360 radiator and im good to go?
Yes the RS360 and RX360 kit both use the same XSPC X20 750 pump/res, and have the same XSPC Rasa Black CPU block. If you want to upgrade to the thicker radiator you can do so with no problems. The same pump/res also powers the RX480 kits.
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My rs240 kit is on the fed-ex truck for delivery today!
They have it marked Delivered on the tracking page, yet it is not at my house. I stayed home from work today to make sure they didn't leave it outside.

I called Fed-Ex, and they told me it was delivered to the front door, I told the lady I'm calling you from my front porch, I can assure you it was not delivered. Now I'm waiting for a call back, she had to get a hold of local dispatch.

Another shining example of how horrible Fed-Ex is, they hire drivers that can't even deliver to a street address. I live on the only street with that name in this town too.
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