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Is it that big of a deal to have to replace the water every 6 to 12 months?
Didn't say it was a big deal - but I think I would need to break my loop...as I hadn't considered a method to drain it...
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Didn't say it was a big deal - but I think I would need to break my loop...as I hadn't considered a method to drain it...
Ouch. Some people have success with draining though the res. Just pull it out then flip it, or the case and let it drain though there. (while your at it you should install a drain too )
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Didn't say it was a big deal - but I think I would need to break my loop...as I hadn't considered a method to drain it...
Im in a similiar position, just recieved all my bits to make some mods (only had the loop running a week) and i didn't put a drain pipe in even though i knew it would be a good idea lol now im gonna struggle to drain it too
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Im in a similiar position, just recieved all my bits to make some mods (only had the loop running a week) and i didn't put a drain pipe in even though i knew it would be a good idea lol now im gonna struggle to drain it too
Same here... Didn't plan for it from the get-go as I should have. I am taking advantage of this semi-annual maintenance cycle that I have planned for this weekend (if all my ordered stuff arrives) and installing a drain tube.

Now I have the old saying stuck in my head: "Gotta drain the lizard!"

BRB... gotta go potty now.
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When you say more than half are you factoring in a new pump and res?

A 120 is enough for a cpu, not a cpu and graphics card. I wouldn't use an RS240 with a cpu and gpu loop either, your temps will be poor. Especially if you overclock anything. RX240 min.
Yeah these are the parts that I went for...

Performance Single 120mm Radiator XSPC RX120
Swiftech MCP 355 Water Pump 2Gal/Min
XSPC Reservoir Laing DDC Top Combo
7/16" - 5/8" - Straight Compression Fitting - Black Chrome
HEATKILLER CPU Kuhler Rev3.0 AM2/AM3 LT
XSPC 7/16 ID 5/8 OD High Flex Tube 1ft - UV Orange-Red
KILLCOIL 99.9% Pure Silver Wire 0.5mm - 250mm

Hm...I guess I'll have to opt for the better RX240 kit then...hmm...this decision really got complicated fast. LOL

Well...I'll post back here on what I'll get...thanks again Taylorsci
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what is the best thing to use at the end of a drain?
    
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Didn't say it was a big deal - but I think I would need to break my loop...as I hadn't considered a method to drain it...
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Im in a similiar position, just recieved all my bits to make some mods (only had the loop running a week) and i didn't put a drain pipe in even though i knew it would be a good idea lol now im gonna struggle to drain it too
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Same here... Didn't plan for it from the get-go as I should have. I am taking advantage of this semi-annual maintenance cycle that I have planned for this weekend (if all my ordered stuff arrives) and installing a drain tube.

Now I have the old saying stuck in my head: "Gotta drain the lizard!"

BRB... gotta go potty now.
Easy.



That should get out 80% of the water, afterwards you'll have to choose a spot that is elevated or somewhere you think theres no water, then either cut or wrap it with paper towels and disconnect and give that baby a blow


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what is the best thing to use at the end of a drain?
A stop fitting?

Personally I think quick disconnects look way nicer than a drain tube and would be easier to drain.

Edited by Agenesis - 7/28/11 at 10:18am
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what is the best thing to use at the end of a drain?
Could use something like this.
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A stop fitting?

Personally I think quick disconnects look way nicer than a drain tube and would be easier to drain.[/QUOTE]

male or female end?
    
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Could use something like this.
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