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Can't believe there are no RX240 cut out templates online. Might have to make one.
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Can't believe there are no RX240 cut out templates online. Might have to make one.
You're talking about this?

http://www.aquatuning.de/download/Aq...-Schablone.pdf

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Different radiator types use different screw types and sizes. Here our recommendations for the size of the holes:

3mm for: Alphacool (NexXxos), Aquacomputer, Magicool
3,5mm for Swiftech
UNC: XSPC, Coolgate
4mm for: HWLabs (Black Ice), Koolance, Watercool"
     
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You're talking about this?

http://www.aquatuning.de/download/Aq...-Schablone.pdf

Notes for printing this:

"Note regarding the printing of templates:
When printing the templates the scaling must be set to 100% and all options for centring, resizing and repositioning of the page content must be deactivated. Before using the template please check the scale of the template using the control line.

Different radiator types use different screw types and sizes. Here our recommendations for the size of the holes:

3mm for: Alphacool (NexXxos), Aquacomputer, Magicool
3,5mm for Swiftech
UNC: XSPC, Coolgate
4mm for: HWLabs (Black Ice), Koolance, Watercool"
Will have to print it out and see if it matches.
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Will have to print it out and see if it matches.
This could help too, it's from a rad grill, but should work fine depending on what you are trying to do. the same rules from the other one apply, no scaling.

radgrill template
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Could you add me to the list?

Sorry for crappy pics...my phone isn't the best lol



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Sadly i will be leaving you wonderfull folks. Getting my feet wet with this kit was fun and taught me a thing or 2, but ive decided to make a custom loop. Ill still haunt the thread thought....muahahahaha

Oh im still gonna use the radiator till i order a new one with tax money hahaha that count?
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Sadly i will be leaving you wonderfull folks. Getting my feet wet with this kit was fun and taught me a thing or 2, but ive decided to make a custom loop. Ill still haunt the thread thought....muahahahaha

Oh im still gonna use the radiator till i order a new one with tax money hahaha that count?
Using XSPC components still counts to stay. I'm using EK with XSPC parts.
     
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I was actually thinking about getting a 6990 +block and selling my GTX480 with block or option 2, pick up another GTX480 and block. Are you running the 6990 with triple screens?
Not sure yet. Building the system Wednesday and will be running it at first on a single aw2310 to see how noticeable the 120 hz difference is. If its significant, I'll pick up 2 more. If not, I'll probably grab the u2711.

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i5-2500k
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Mostly air-cooled except for the 6990 (care more about noise then anything). Will gradually wc the rest.
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couple questions fellers
is the stock thermal paste good enough?and how hard is it to drain 1 of these loops?
im thinking of buying the tripple rad kit and possible adding a gpu when new series are out
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couple questions fellers
is the stock thermal paste good enough?and how hard is it to drain 1 of these loops?
im thinking of buying the tripple rad kit and possible adding a gpu when new series are out
The stock thermal paste is good enough in the sense that it does transfer heat, but I found better results with some AS5 I picked up at the radioshack 2 min from my house. I would imagine you would find better results with some shin-etsu x23, or some pk1. I guess my answer would be no, it's not "good enough", it will work, but since you just spent $130+ on cooling, you might as well spend an extra $10 on TIM for better temps.

As for the draining, I'm not sure yet, I'll find out next weekend when I add my 360 rad, and new tubing. If you're concerned with draining, maybe put in a t-line. I'm probably just going take my CPU block off, pull it outside the case, and drain that way. I want to try some new TIM (EVGA Frostbite) to see if it's better than the AS5 or not.
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