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Hey guys, just wanted to let you all know. I have recieved my RS360 kit a couple of days ago, and I am currently running leak tests (succesfully ). So I'll put some pics up soon so I can join this club!!
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After doing some more research, it seems that the EK Block isn't going to work for me. I'm going to have to get a MCW82 Universal GPU waterblock with a HD6900-HS Heatsink. I'm currently experiencing some difficulty figuring out what parts I need in order to add it to the Rasa 750 loop.

I'm going to get some 7/16 ID 5/8 OD to match the size in the Kit:
PrimoChill PrimoFlex PRO LRT Tubing 7/16"ID 5/8" OD with 3/32" Wall
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...?tl=g30c99s809

I'm also going to get the necessary 5/8 OD clamps:
Primoflex Nylon Reusable Hose Clamp - Black - 5/8" OD
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/50...tl=g30c289s722

The block uses
Ports thread specification: G 1/4
Fittings style and compatibility:
Eurostyle fittings with built-in o-ring
Compression fittings supported for tubing size of up to 3/8" (10mm) ID
http://www.swiftech.com/mcw82vgawaterblock.aspx

I'm thinking that I need to get a G 1/4 Thread 7/16" ID x 5/8" OD Rotary Compression Fitting in order for the tube the work.
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11...l=g30c409s1203

Please let me know if I'm thinking correctly.
Thanks in advance!
You don't necessarily need compression fittings. You could get some 1/2" barb fittings.
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Hello, Rasa Club.

Just got my RX360 kit today, and i'm leaking testing right now. No leaks so far!!

So, i have a Cm690 case, any ideas of whats the best way to mount this monster?

I was thinking of something like this : http://forum.pcekspert.com/showthread.php?p=1327642

Any1 care jump in and give me some ideas?

Tomorrow afternoon i'll start modding to do the mounting above ^^^.

Feel free to give me tips.

Thank you.


-Erick
post #9544 of 13773
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Hello, Rasa Club.

Just got my RX360 kit today, and i'm leaking testing right now. No leaks so far!!

So, i have a Cm690 case, any ideas of whats the best way to mount this monster?

I was thinking of something like this : http://forum.pcekspert.com/showthread.php?p=1327642

Any1 care jump in and give me some ideas?

Tomorrow afternoon i'll start modding to do the mounting above ^^^.

Feel free to give me tips.

Thank you.


-Erick
So you connected all the tubing without have the rads mounted? What if tubes are too long or too short? Or am I totally confused?
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So you connected all the tubing without have the rads mounted? What if tubes are too long or too short? Or am I totally confused?
You got it right, i cut the 2 meter tube in 3 equal parts, and connected them.

If they are too long, i'll just cut them more. If they are too short, i'll go to the local hardware store and buy some more.

I'm thinking on putting the rad on top of the case ( outside) and the res/pump in the lower 5,25" bay, so there is less tube showing off, just the tubes that go to the cpu block.
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You got it right, i cut the 2 meter tube in 3 equal parts, and connected them.

If they are too long, i'll just cut them more. If they are too short, i'll go to the local hardware store and buy some more.

I'm thinking on putting the rad on top of the case ( outside) and the res/pump in the lower 5,25" bay, so there is less tube showing off, just the tubes that go to the cpu block.
Well for me the leak checking is all about how all the fittings are connected. So when you cut and add tubing then all that leak checking was for not.
I don't think your main concern is a rad itself leaking or something like that. Its your connections.
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Well for me the leak checking is all about how all the fittings are connected. So when you cut and add tubing then all that leak checking was for not.
I don't think your main concern is a rad itself leaking or something like that. Its your connections.
I see. Oh well, than i'm checking to see if the pump/res are working well. xD

Another thing should i tighten the fitting using only my fingers or should i use some type of tool ( don't remember the name but i have it), because one of my fitting was kinda loose when i inserted the tube.
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I see. Oh well, than i'm checking to see if the pump/res are working well. xD

Another thing should i tighten the fitting using only my fingers or should i use some type of tool ( don't remember the name but i have it), because one of my fitting was kinda loose when i inserted the tube.
If they are compression fittings then they are meant to be tightened hand tight. I get them very snug though. If you are using the plastic clamps with the rasa kit I used some pliers to get them as tight as I could.
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If they are compression fittings then they are meant to be tightened hand tight. I get them very snug though. If you are using the plastic clamps with the rasa kit I used some pliers to get them as tight as I could.
Cool thanks, i'll just let the pump running overnight, since its already running.

And tomorrow afternoon i'll mod the case to get the rasa kit dont and at night i'll post some photos guys.

Thank you lightsout rep+
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Cool thanks, i'll just let the pump running overnight, since its already running.

And tomorrow afternoon i'll mod the case to get the rasa kit dont and at night i'll post some photos guys.

Thank you lightsout rep+
I myself have only been runnng it a couple days, but like you I had a ton of questions.
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