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If you are short of space then why not use Swiftech MCR320 instead of RX360, it's cheaper and slimmer and performance is not much behind RX360.

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Will Nickel cpu/gpu blocks go fine with a copper radiator? (says RX360 has copper tubes or something)

Yes, you can mix copper and nickel in a loop without any problems. You can also use brass components as well as all of those metals have similar galvanic indexes which allows them to be in the same loop with out causing problems. The metal you have to watch out for is aluminum, and it has been removed from almost all modern watercooling parts.
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Now I've Paid and got told that it is gonna be shipped today ^^


Could someone edit the Picture that I made for How I plan to have them installed, and show how you would run the Lines?

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FYI, the reservoir's inlet is on the back as well. The top port is the fillport that's only used to fill your loop.
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1, 2, 3 or 4?

I noticed now I only bought straight fittings

So I think I'll buy a few 45 and 90 degrees if I cant do it with what I have.
post #46 of 69
None of those loops.

Pump --> Top Rad --> CPU block --> Rear Rad --> GPU --> Pump

From what you've illustrated that would give the shortest and cleanest tubing.
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Hi again, I'm waiting on the Parts to arrive now, so I thought I should ask a question regarding the silver that I am gonna use as the algea killer.

Does it have to be a coil? Could it be a 100% Silver neck chain? since the jewl shop I went to didnt have any small bars or plates that I could use.

Too make sure it wont go into the pump, I can just hang it around the pipes in the reservoir. (attachement)

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post #48 of 69
Yes, that should work fine. The actual shape of the piece of silver does not matter so long as it's at least 99.9% pure silver and it's submerged in the water somewhere in your loop.
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Yes, that should work fine. The actual shape of the piece of silver does not matter so long as it's at least 99.9% pure silver and it's submerged in the water somewhere in your loop.
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went to the shop, got told they dont have any pure silver. and that the purest they have is 9.25 (got told that 9.25 was the purest they could get hold of too) or something. I cant find a silver kill coil on any watercooling webpages I look up either.

What to do?
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