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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
I'm following this thread...for a first time modder I was quite impressed.
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I'm going to be installing my RS240 kit on Tuesday since my motherboard will only arrive late tomorrow.

I have bitspower compression fittings everywhere except on the T-Fitting for the drain, I really don't see how these things can leak from the pipe->fitting connection however the place I'm worrying about leaks is the compression fitting on the block, I really don't know how tight is tight enough. I heard overtightening will damage my block/rad/res, I, like a lot of users am super paranoid about leaks. If I mess up, I love a lot of sexy hardware Plus I will need to transport my PC 600KM's next month to a major fraglan so I'm really concerned about leaks springing up from being bumped in a car boot etc...
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Hi everyone,

I rarely post (actually I don't think I've ever posted here before) but my pump failed in my RS240 Kit tonight -- during a heated match of League of Legends of all times...

Anyways, my system consists of a Asus P6X58D Premium, i7 970 @ 4.0 ghz, 2x GTX 275, and the standard accoutrement of accessories put into a Corsair 800D.

During the match, my frame rate dropped incredibly, then my system shut off. Thinking it was my graphics cards, I checked the temperatures and they were warm but not extremely hot, so thinking that it was just some sort of freakish crash, I waited a few minutes and rebooted.

Then, a bios error says I have a cpu overheating error. What? No way. Then before I even get a chance to hit the power button again, it shuts off. My CPU was probably spending some good amounts of time heating up like crazy. =/

So I check the loop. Everything is sealed up tight, but I test the pump by itself on a different power supply, and yup, no movement. Nothing. No dice.

I take apart the loop and drain it, and test it again. No sounds, no pump. I've got a dead pump. And I've seriously had this thing installed for maybe 2 months, and I've actually had the system turned on less than 150 hours.

So, just a couple of questions for the rest of you water cooling experts out there:

1. You guys with the Rasa kits, have you ever had a pump fail? After how long? Or are you guys still running strong?

2. Would you recommend that I get a different pump/res combo or should I just try to get the XSPC one replaced?

3. I have another system with an RX360 loop that has far more resistance in the loop than the system that had the pump fail -- it has an RX360, chipset, 1 gpu, and cpu in the loop. The temps are absolutely great, but after having this pump fail, I'm a bit worried.


Thanks for your help everyone,
-yoon
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well you can get rasa to send you a new pump, sure that will work, but if your really unhappy with there pump/res, you could just ask for the money it is worth.... do not no of any one who has tried but it is worth a go then get a different pump
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Hi everyone,

I rarely post (actually I don't think I've ever posted here before) but my pump failed in my RS240 Kit tonight -- during a heated match of League of Legends of all times...

Anyways, my system consists of a Asus P6X58D Premium, i7 970 @ 4.0 ghz, 2x GTX 275, and the standard accoutrement of accessories put into a Corsair 800D.

During the match, my frame rate dropped incredibly, then my system shut off. Thinking it was my graphics cards, I checked the temperatures and they were warm but not extremely hot, so thinking that it was just some sort of freakish crash, I waited a few minutes and rebooted.

Then, a bios error says I have a cpu overheating error. What? No way. Then before I even get a chance to hit the power button again, it shuts off. My CPU was probably spending some good amounts of time heating up like crazy. =/

So I check the loop. Everything is sealed up tight, but I test the pump by itself on a different power supply, and yup, no movement. Nothing. No dice.

I take apart the loop and drain it, and test it again. No sounds, no pump. I've got a dead pump. And I've seriously had this thing installed for maybe 2 months, and I've actually had the system turned on less than 150 hours.

So, just a couple of questions for the rest of you water cooling experts out there:

1. You guys with the Rasa kits, have you ever had a pump fail? After how long? Or are you guys still running strong?

2. Would you recommend that I get a different pump/res combo or should I just try to get the XSPC one replaced?

3. I have another system with an RX360 loop that has far more resistance in the loop than the system that had the pump fail -- it has an RX360, chipset, 1 gpu, and cpu in the loop. The temps are absolutely great, but after having this pump fail, I'm a bit worried.


Thanks for your help everyone,
-yoon
If you have the money and want to spend it buy a new pump + res, if you don't have the money or don't want to spend it just get the pump/res RMAed.
post #9556 of 13773
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Hi everyone,

I rarely post (actually I don't think I've ever posted here before) but my pump failed in my RS240 Kit tonight -- during a heated match of League of Legends of all times...

Anyways, my system consists of a Asus P6X58D Premium, i7 970 @ 4.0 ghz, 2x GTX 275, and the standard accoutrement of accessories put into a Corsair 800D.

During the match, my frame rate dropped incredibly, then my system shut off. Thinking it was my graphics cards, I checked the temperatures and they were warm but not extremely hot, so thinking that it was just some sort of freakish crash, I waited a few minutes and rebooted.

Then, a bios error says I have a cpu overheating error. What? No way. Then before I even get a chance to hit the power button again, it shuts off. My CPU was probably spending some good amounts of time heating up like crazy. =/

So I check the loop. Everything is sealed up tight, but I test the pump by itself on a different power supply, and yup, no movement. Nothing. No dice.

I take apart the loop and drain it, and test it again. No sounds, no pump. I've got a dead pump. And I've seriously had this thing installed for maybe 2 months, and I've actually had the system turned on less than 150 hours.

So, just a couple of questions for the rest of you water cooling experts out there:

1. You guys with the Rasa kits, have you ever had a pump fail? After how long? Or are you guys still running strong?

2. Would you recommend that I get a different pump/res combo or should I just try to get the XSPC one replaced?

3. I have another system with an RX360 loop that has far more resistance in the loop than the system that had the pump fail -- it has an RX360, chipset, 1 gpu, and cpu in the loop. The temps are absolutely great, but after having this pump fail, I'm a bit worried.


Thanks for your help everyone,
-yoon
Yah sadly this is actually pretty common, makes me want to get a different pump/res to avoid it. Almost seems more like a when then if.
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Yah sadly this is actually pretty common, makes me want to get a different pump/res to avoid it. Almost seems more like a when then if.
I don't know if I'd call it "common", it does happen, but I'm sure you hear more from the people that have broken pumps than the people that don't.
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I don't know if I'd call it "common", it does happen, but I'm sure you hear more from the people that have broken pumps than the people that don't.
Well yah the people with problems are always the loudest ones, but I will say I have seen it posted quite a few times.
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Well after a long time reading and I giving ppl the info I have picked up along the way my cpu will finaly be getting it's own watercooling though it will not be a xspc kit it will have a rasa cpu block, so at last I will be talking from experience rather then what I have read

Just thought I'd post it in here as I have posted alot in this thread
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Would this kit be enough to cool 2 gtx 580's only. No cpu.

I would be placing the rad on the outside of the case with a radiator mount. This is in a haf x case.

Also is this the correct order of the tubing?

res/pump---->gtx 580---->gtx 580---->rad then rad to res/pump?

reason I dont want to cool the cpu is because i just bought the H100 and it's doing a good job.
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