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Finally got around to fixing the kink going from the 120 rad to the graphics card.
Nice. That looks much better.
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Hi guys --

So I am trying to install my first watercooling loop ever! I have the Rasa 750 RX360 kit and the HAF 932 case.

For the life of me, I can't figure out how to mount the rad on the top. I've removed the top fan, and see the screw holes and how they line up, but I don't know which screws to use that are long enough to go through both fan holes in the top and still secure the rad.

Would anyone be willing to (either through here or AIM or something) walk me through, baby step by baby step, how to get this thing mounted?

Thanks!
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post #9273 of 13773
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Hi guys --

So I am trying to install my first watercooling loop ever! I have the Rasa 750 RX360 kit and the HAF 932 case.

For the life of me, I can't figure out how to mount the rad on the top. I've removed the top fan, and see the screw holes and how they line up, but I don't know which screws to use that are long enough to go through both fan holes in the top and still secure the rad.

Would anyone be willing to (either through here or AIM or something) walk me through, baby step by baby step, how to get this thing mounted?

Thanks!
Its usually mounted directly to the top of the case with short 6/32 screws and the fans are mounted to the rad on the bottom with the long 6/32 screws. I believe the kit only has 4 short 6/32 screws to mount the rad.
     
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What size kit did you end up getting? I know you've wanted one of these for years now.









This tubeing at the back is where I will mount a Airplex XT 240mm Rad + paired with my XSPC RS240 Rad which I have built into my case.


7/16 Tubeing
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Hi guys --

So I am trying to install my first watercooling loop ever! I have the Rasa 750 RX360 kit and the HAF 932 case.

For the life of me, I can't figure out how to mount the rad on the top. I've removed the top fan, and see the screw holes and how they line up, but I don't know which screws to use that are long enough to go through both fan holes in the top and still secure the rad.

Would anyone be willing to (either through here or AIM or something) walk me through, baby step by baby step, how to get this thing mounted?

Thanks!
The longer screws are used to mount rad in the case if you want some fans spaced between rad/case, and the shorter screws are used if it's rad and case top next to each other.

The problem I found with my 650D and which may well be your issue is that the screw holes were too large so the screws would just fall through. There was no way they would ever hold a radiator there at the top.

So what I had to do was find a few washers which made it so the screws would hold. The screw thread goes through the washer but the screw head does not so the rad is held in place.
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hey guys, I spent all last night modding my Corsair 600T to fit my brand new RS360.
I ended up having the water cooling loop outside my case while i leak test it and got rid of all the bubbles by shaking it all lots.
but now that its in my computer, this terrible noise is coming from the pump itself inside the res, like a medium/loud rattle noise.
i contacted XSPC about it and they asked me to send a video which i did but i have had no reply since.
is my pump meant to make this noise?
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hey guys, I spent all last night modding my Corsair 600T to fit my brand new RS360.
I ended up having the water cooling loop outside my case while i leak test it and got rid of all the bubbles by shaking it all lots.
but now that its in my computer, this terrible noise is coming from the pump itself inside the res, like a medium/loud rattle noise.
i contacted XSPC about it and they asked me to send a video which i did but i have had no reply since.
is my pump meant to make this noise?
The noize is usually cause by bubbles in the pump. I put mine together yesterday, and managed to stop it by turning off the fans, and strees testing my CPU for 30minutes until the res/pump got hot, the noize slowly faded away after a while then, I can't even hear it running now
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I already removed all the bubbles, but the noise is still there..
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I already removed all the bubbles, but the noise is still there..
Heat your Res/Pump up by streesing your CPU with Prime95, turn the Radiator fans off, but don't let your CPU get too hot.

Heating my XSPC 750 removed the annoying noize.
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didnt do anything
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