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Hello, i have all my WC gear and my distilled water with kill coil on the side lol. i just don't know what to plug what into, theres 2 holes in the rad, 2 in the res/pump and 2 on the cpu block. how do i know what to connect to what. help is appreciated thanks.
post #2 of 11
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here is how the parts are placed
post #3 of 11
ok so which pump do you have? the tube that goes in and goes out is VERY important and is something we will need before we can go forward helping you. the general rule of thumb is Reservoir-Pump-Radiator-Blocks-Second radiator (if applicable)-reservoir.
post #4 of 11
res/pump->rad->block
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post #5 of 11
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i have the rasa pump/res, from the back side theres the right side and left side.
post #6 of 11
If you have the d5 pump the top is the out and the side is the in. You always want the pump lower than the res unless its a res/pump combo then it doesn't matter. Most rads don't depend on direction but some do, most cpu blocks in are in the middle while the out is off to one of the sides. We need a list of parts to give you a more definitive answer. Did you get the RASA kit? What the CPU block? Whats the Rad? WE need manufactures and models.
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post #7 of 11
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It's the rasa kit... rasa block, rasa pump/res and rasa rad.... i just don't know what to connect the "In" out let and stuff to.
post #8 of 11
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Well anyways, i looked at the rasa club and copied what i saw on the tubes and stuff, and i'm actually on my WC computer right now lol. The pump is nearly impossible to hear lol im amazed. I'm running prime 95 as we speak and ive been running it for like 20 minutes and the highest it has gotten is 36C and my room is like 75-80 right now. I'm pretty amazed at temps....
post #9 of 11
No leak test?
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No leak test?
Nope, i just went balls out idc, If this one breaks i will just buy a intel system lol.
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