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I use Primochill UV Blue tubing (I have cathodes for the UV). 7/16" Inner Diameter (like the stock tubing) and at Performance PCS is $2 a foot. Not bad.
post #9142 of 13773
So about 4 foot of this: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/82...?tl=g30c99s809

Should be more then sufficient?

What about this one: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10...?tl=g30c99s809

I am ordering from frozencpu because I can get 15% of my purchase which is WIN.
Edited by Vandal4126 - 8/2/11 at 7:59pm
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Alrighty, my 750 RS240 is installed on my CM690II and now I'm leak testing. (pics as soon as I install everything back on the case)

Any idea how long should I leak test it?
I'm having air-pockets on the res+pump combo...anyway to remove those or just leave them there?
I've flipped, turned, tilted and shook my case with the pump working...anything else I should do before putting my rig back together?
[ninja edit]
If I were to add a GPU to the loop, what rad should I get to add to the loop? (I can only fit a 120mm rad)

Again as always thanks for the replies.
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I would just like to say that I am offically in love with Watercooling and holy hell it is awesome.

On my old air cooler, if I even thought about 3.3+ Ghz, my computer would tell me to piss off and shut down (granted, it was not the best cooler, but still).

With this Rasa kit, I can take my PhenomII x3 720 to 3.7 Ghz stable with 49C max temps (with around 29-30ish ambient) no problems. I haven't tried 3.7 with the 4th core unlocked, but I know it does 3.6 with 4 cores unlocked with no problem.

This is with the stock TIM that came with the kit, the default fans in a pull config, and generally not really...optimized. I'm thinking with some better fans in Push/Pull, and some better TIM, then I'll get even lower, which is sex.



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Ok so,
I'm going with this tubing,
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10...?tl=g30c99s809

Is there any reason to go for compression fittings? I see their quite expensive.
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Ok so,
I'm going with this tubing,
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10...?tl=g30c99s809

Is there any reason to go for compression fittings? I see their quite expensive.
Seems fine, I personally prefer Primochill tubing. And on compression fittings, no real REASON to go to compression fittings, Just preference really, barbs will work just as good.
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I would just like to say that I am offically in love with Watercooling and holy hell it is awesome.

On my old air cooler, if I even thought about 3.3+ Ghz, my computer would tell me to piss off and shut down (granted, it was not the best cooler, but still).

With this Rasa kit, I can take my PhenomII x3 720 to 3.7 Ghz stable with 49C max temps (with around 29-30ish ambient) no problems. I haven't tried 3.7 with the 4th core unlocked, but I know it does 3.6 with 4 cores unlocked with no problem.

This is with the stock TIM that came with the kit, the default fans in a pull config, and generally not really...optimized. I'm thinking with some better fans in Push/Pull, and some better TIM, then I'll get even lower, which is sex.

[IMG]http://i1110.photobucket.com/albums/h460/Dradien27/Awesometemps.jpg[IMG]

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Originally Posted by Dradien View Post
I would just like to say that I am offically in love with Watercooling and holy hell it is awesome.

On my old air cooler, if I even thought about 3.3+ Ghz, my computer would tell me to piss off and shut down (granted, it was not the best cooler, but still).

With this Rasa kit, I can take my PhenomII x3 720 to 3.7 Ghz stable with 49C max temps (with around 29-30ish ambient) no problems. I haven't tried 3.7 with the 4th core unlocked, but I know it does 3.6 with 4 cores unlocked with no problem.

This is with the stock TIM that came with the kit, the default fans in a pull config, and generally not really...optimized. I'm thinking with some better fans in Push/Pull, and some better TIM, then I'll get even lower, which is sex.



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Ok so,
I'm going with this tubing,
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/10...?tl=g30c99s809

Is there any reason to go for compression fittings? I see their quite expensive.
If money is an issue (and when isn't it these days!), then use normal 1/2" barbs (silver/chrome, black, whatever color - the difference in price is minimal IMO) with 7/16" tubing. The slightly smaller diameter tubing will "compress" itself over the barbs nicely.
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Seems fine, I personally prefer Primochill tubing. And on compression fittings, no real REASON to go to compression fittings, Just preference really, barbs will work just as good.
Is there any difference between the two? The Primochill/Tygon?
I won't be using any colour dyes just distilled + killcoil and have normal blue LED Strip and florescent tube. I added glossy blue anti-kink coils to make it look prettier
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