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Thanks guys for the help i appreciate it..

Now i'v got another question

Would the stock tubing(RS360)+ Feser 1 Blue UV look better than Blue UV tubing ?
the stock tubing is crap you will need to change it so may aswell go uv blue distilled water + killcoil
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Ok, but would this one fits with the kit? http://www.coolingstuff.se/p/311/mas...-10-13-uv-blue

or maybe this : http://specialtech.co.uk/spshop/cust...roductid=11313
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If I have to cut the tube each time I drain it to get it off, then I have to replace at least that tube. But I was thinking more about adding stuff to the system.

The drain line makes sense, though.
7/16in tubing with or without clamps (would still recommend clamps), or 1/2in tubing with clamps.
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post #9834 of 13773
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this 1 is the same size as the stock
http://www.aquatuning.co.uk/product_...--UV-blue.html

your first 1 will go but it is tight and needs to be cut to remove it
http://www.coolingstuff.se/p/311/mas...-10-13-uv-blue

second 1 is what i have on my sig you will need clamps for it and tbh when funds allow I will be changing it to 7/16 ID 5/8 OD i think it looks to fat and bulky
http://specialtech.co.uk/spshop/cust...roductid=11313
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Hoping to join the club. Recently moved my system over to a 600t and added a XSPC kit(my first venture into water-cooling). Very satisfied with the overall look and very happy with the temperatures.





Leak testing. Fortunately I had no issues.






I plan on swapping out the fans included in the kit for something better in the near future.




Prime hasn't been running for too long here(maybe an hour or so) but with a Zalman CNPS9700 I'd already be pushing the 60C range. Very happy with the cooling performance. Slightly OC'ing a PII 965 to 3.7Ghz.
very nice set up. As I can see you don't use any of the clamps?
    
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very nice set up. As I can see you don't use any of the clamps?
When the kit was first installed no I didn't. I wanted to order some different clamps with a look I preferred and I still haven't purchased any. I guess I should pop the included ones on for the temporary.
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Thanks guys for the help i appreciate it..

Now i'v got another question

Would the stock tubing(RS360)+ Feser 1 Blue UV look better than Blue UV tubing ?
DON'T USE DYE's or colored fluids!!!!!!
They will clog your system/blocks in no time
Just use distilled + kill coil ( or PT nuke, the one you prefer). If you want color use color tubing.
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post #9838 of 13773
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Thanks guys for the help i appreciate it..

Now i'v got another question

Would the stock tubing(RS360)+ Feser 1 Blue UV look better than Blue UV tubing ?
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Originally Posted by Ivan TSI View Post
DON'T USE DYE's or colored fluids!!!!!!
They will clog your system/blocks in no time
Just use distilled + kill coil ( or PT nuke, the one you prefer). If you want color use color tubing.
This. But to actually answer your question, I think clear tubing with uv reactive dye in the water looks best. It would just require more maintenance to maintain.
post #9839 of 13773
I'm about to buy a Xspc rs240 kit but I have a few concerns that I would like to put to rest before I buy.

Waterblock/Pump

-Has anyone had leaks in their Rasa water block or pump?
-If so was it a crack or a seal failure from the waterblock itself or the barbs?
-How long would you say a pump would last you for with good maintenance ?
-Is the pump removable? So i can replace it or do I have to send it back with the reservoir to have it fixed?

I am only cooling a 2500k o/c4.0ghz I can't cool my gpu due to the fact that I can't find water blocks for my egva 450gts. Reason I'm going water cooling is for better temps and preventing dust build up in my system by having less fans.
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post #9840 of 13773
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I'm about to buy a Xspc rs240 kit but I have a few concerns that I would like to put to rest before I buy.

Waterblock/Pump

-Has anyone had leaks in their Rasa water block or pump?
-If so was it a crack or a seal failure from the waterblock itself or the barbs?
-How long would you say a pump would last you for with good maintenance ?
-Is the pump removable? So i can replace it or do I have to send it back with the reservoir to have it fixed?

I am only cooling a 2500k o/c4.0ghz I can't cool my gpu due to the fact that I can't find water blocks for my egva 450gts. Reason I'm going water cooling is for better temps and preventing dust build up in my system by having less fans.
-I have not.

-If it's going to leak it's likely they didn't tighten the barbs enough, they took the block apart and didn't properly re-situate the O-ring, the tubing is too loose without clamps, ect. (Mostly user failure)

-Can't really say.

-Non-removable, you have to get it RMAd. You don't have to send it back, and its usually at your door within a few days of RMAing.

Fill out your system specs btw.
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