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post #8881 of 13773
XSPC support disgusts me.

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Originally Posted by RSharpe View Post
I have a question for you XSPC experts in here...

How well would a RX360 radiator handle an i7 920 overclocked at 4.0GHz, and 2 x GTX580 SLI running at stock clocks. I'm wondering if it may exceed the cooling capacity of the radiator.

Thanks.
User wermad had a single RX360 on a 950 and 3 470s. You'll be fine.
post #8882 of 13773
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Woot! Finally got my RX360 Kit up and running, after a few mods and stuff its all working smoothly. I thought I'd share some pics:



[IMG]http://www.overclock.net/picture.php?albumid=4897&pictureid=26513[IMG]

Also, the temps are really wicked for me, I'm sitting at 30C under load, but to be fair the X2 doesn't generate that much heat... gotta upgrade soon!
It almost looks like you've coated the tubing in that heat-shrink material. I forget the proper term for it.
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It almost looks like you've coated the tubing in that heat-shrink material. I forget the proper term for it.
I was gonna say... did he sleeve the tubing also?
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It looks like reinforced tubing you can buy from Home Depot. It looks nice!

Anyways, got my Pump/Res in yesterday (would have gotten it a day earlier had I included my buzzcode for my apartment, hell yeah for two days shipping from Hong Kong! XSPC was quick and helpful.) and it's been installed and running for about 24 hours now with no issues! Now to manage the wires in the back of my case, then hook up my new fan controller and NZXT LED lights and I'm good to go!

I'll try to post some pics, but I sold my iPhone 4, which was my camera, specifically to get this kit and some other stuff, so I need to find my old camera or wait for my Dad and his D90 to get back from California next Thursday. Though, by that point hopefully my Black Primoflex tubing and UV Blue coils Quad adapter (for drain line and temp sensor) will have arrived, so everything will look completely different from how it does now anyways.

Oh yeah, I agree with the consensus that this is a sickness. I haven't even checked temps yet and I already want to upgrade and put my 470 (or wait and get two 570's) underwater.

Water Cooling, TAKE MY MONEY!
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post #8885 of 13773
Noob question, I accidentally screwed together a compression fitting and now it won't come loose. Am I screwed?
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I was gonna say... did he sleeve the tubing also?
Yeah I sleeved the tubes, unfortunately my phone doesn't take good pictures, but it looks sick in real life.
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Yeah I sleeved the tubes, unfortunately my phone doesn't take good pictures, but it looks sick in real life.
Yeah... I have seen that done before and it DOES look nice. Really can't appreciate it there but I can certainly imagine it. Good job... Wish I personally had your skill to do that kind of work.
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Yeah... I have seen that done before and it DOES look nice. Really can't appreciate it there but I can certainly imagine it. Good job... Wish I personally had your skill to do that kind of work.
Thanks! It's not too hard to get it done, you just need some patience to fiddle with the sleeves, and then they're pretty easy to work with!
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I have a question for you XSPC experts in here...

How well would a RX360 radiator handle an i7 920 overclocked at 4.0GHz, and 2 x GTX580 SLI running at stock clocks. I'm wondering if it may exceed the cooling capacity of the radiator.

Thanks.
Works fine, but don't add anything else. Getting a DDC or D5 pump would be the next thing to change. I wouldn't want a X20 pump to be responsible for all those components in the long term. Add some GT AP-15 fans would be nice also.
     
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Noob question, I accidentally screwed together a compression fitting and now it won't come loose. Am I screwed?
You mean you screwed the ring onto the nipple base without a tube installed and its stuck now? Anyways, you just need to grip the top ring and bottom with pliers (covered with a rag to prevent scratching them) and un-screw them. This also happens when you have tubing installed also, but it generally means you over tightened it.
     
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