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Two pics of my setup. Sorry for the ****ty pics, my phone doesn't like me, and my wife has the real camera at work at the moment.

On the list to be done:

Sleeve the goddamn cables.
Add a 6950 block
Change the Tubing to Black or Blue.

Again, sorry for the ****ty pics, and the fingerprint laden panel. I'm normally all anal about fingerprints, but lapsed. Ahh well.



    
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post #9112 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Dradien View Post
Two pics of my setup. Sorry for the ****ty pics, my phone doesn't like me, and my wife has the real camera at work at the moment.

On the list to be done:

Sleeve the goddamn cables.
Add a 6950 block
Change the Tubing to Black or Blue.

Again, sorry for the ****ty pics, and the fingerprint laden panel. I'm normally all anal about fingerprints, but lapsed. Ahh well.


dude you should really get some sinks on those VRMS, like as soon as possible.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/55...?tl=g40c21s226

get something like that.

or something like this.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/40...0c21s226#blank

also you know you could mount that 360 on the top of the case inside it. just like my radiator.
Edited by thrasherht - 8/1/11 at 2:54pm
post #9113 of 13773
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Originally Posted by Taylorsci View Post
Apparently. Sorry if I offended you modinn, I didn't mean to come off that way.
No harm, no foul bro

But yeah, it looks like they may have started skimping on screws in the Kits recently? I mean, 2 screws per fan is all you really need. But are 6 extra screws going to make that big of a difference in XSPC's operating costs?

I bought 5 extra screws at Home Depot for $1.25. I'm sure they could get 6 for under a $0.90 if they bought in bulk.
post #9114 of 13773
I'm new to this thread and I haven't gotten the kit in yet. It should be here in the next few days and I just wanted to know if I should go from the rad to my CPU first or to my GPU first? I'm also getting a Danger Den GTX 560 water block with this kit. I know that my hardware isn't exactly high-end but I'm not going to turn down a free kit. This is mainly so that I can prove to my boss that I can build a custom loop. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. My hardware is listed in my signature. Thanks for your help.
post #9115 of 13773
I forgot to mention that I already read the FAQ and the kit I'm getting is the XSPC Rasa 750 RS360.
post #9116 of 13773
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post
I'm new to this thread and I haven't gotten the kit in yet. It should be here in the next few days and I just wanted to know if I should go from the rad to my CPU first or to my GPU first? I'm also getting a Danger Den GTX 560 water block with this kit. I know that my hardware isn't exactly high-end but I'm not going to turn down a free kit. This is mainly so that I can prove to my boss that I can build a custom loop. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. My hardware is listed in my signature. Thanks for your help.
Personally... I always go with the coolest water into my CPU. That would be out of the rad and straight into the CPU. I'll let someone else with a similar setup chime in on that one though. I have a simple cpu loop.

Is your boss... like your wife or something? Why prove anything to him/her/it? Don't knock your components. You have some very good parts. The 560 Ti is no slouch by any means. The 990fx mobo is future ready. You have SSD... I am still dreaming of one.
post #9117 of 13773
No my boss isn't my wife. That's funny though. I'm just very new to water cooling and he wants me to prove that I can do it. He's buying the system so I really don't mind since he's letting me keep it. I work with another guy that would usually handle the water cooling but his other job is getting in the way. I decided I wanted to step up to the plate and try to take his place. I have a Corsair H-50 but that really doesn't count. My system isn't bad it just isn't exactly the latest and greatest. I do love my UD7 though. Thanks for the reply Kahbrohn, I really appreciate it and I'll take it under advisement.
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No problem... and welcome!
post #9119 of 13773
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Originally Posted by BramSLI1 View Post
I'm new to this thread and I haven't gotten the kit in yet. It should be here in the next few days and I just wanted to know if I should go from the rad to my CPU first or to my GPU first? I'm also getting a Danger Den GTX 560 water block with this kit. I know that my hardware isn't exactly high-end but I'm not going to turn down a free kit. This is mainly so that I can prove to my boss that I can build a custom loop. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. My hardware is listed in my signature. Thanks for your help.
Run pump to CPU>GPU>Rad, or Pump to Rad>CPU>GPU. The video card run hotter than CPUs normally and the CPU will not add any more real heat to the coolant before the GPU.
     
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post #9120 of 13773
I think I'll take your advice ezbeedub. I'll go from the pump to the rad and then from the rad to my CPU. My GPU will be last in my loop. From looking at other set ups this also looks the cleanest in terms of hose management. My rad is going to sit at the top of my HAF X of course. Does anyone have an opinion about whether I need a back plate for my CPU and I was wondering if anyone knows if the Danger Den GPU block comes with plugs? I know that you have to buy the barbs separately but does the block come with plugs or do I have to buy those as well?
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