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post #16501 of 19733 (permalink) Old 01-13-2012, 03:02 PM
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Yup, R4 sickle blue led. Thought about changing the leds, but I'll save that for a future mod. Right now I just want to finish it, but this pump is driving me crazy with the noise.

tried putting a bit of vegetable glycerin in the loop? it's a fantastic pump lube, anti-corrosive, and is a surfectant which means fewer bubbles.

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tried putting a bit of vegetable glycerin in the loop? it's a fantastic pump lube, anti-corrosive, and is a surfectant which means fewer bubbles.

I''m holding off putting anything else in the loop just in case xspc wants the dud pump back (I doubt this). If I can't get the rma, then I'll try your suggestion, tnx thumb.gif.

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I will be asking you both some questions pertaining to water cooling when I upgrade. Right now I have 9 fans running wild in my system..
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I nixed the ram block (going to sell it along with the bnib dominators). The pump has the notorious rattle but I'm hoping rma can get me a new one. Fans are are a bit louder than I'm used to but that's what the controller is for.
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im thinking about putting a 240 in the buttom of mine, but your PSU looks a lot smaller then what i have, was that specific for the rAd?


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So RushMore... am I ever gonna get a PM back? Or my HDD trays? Would be nice.

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im thinking about putting a 240 in the buttom of mine, but your PSU looks a lot smaller then what i have, was that specific for the rAd?

Yes, its actually a lot smaller than the Silverstone I had first (160mm). This one is 140mm and I have plenty of clearance. As MkHunt mentioned earlier, you can clear the front rad by pushing it forward and not using the stock radiator hols and/or tucking the cables (either place the fans below the rad or bend the psu cables).

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Woot woot, just finished watercooling my 690 II.

Put a 280 rad in the roof, with 2 140mm Noiseblockers above it (under the mesh), and a 120 in the rear with another NB fan behind it smile.gif XSPC Dual Bay Res and D5 pump, and a Raystorm.

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Woot woot, just finished watercooling my 690 II.
Put a 280 rad in the roof, with 2 140mm Noiseblockers above it (under the mesh), and a 120 in the rear with another NB fan behind it smile.gif XSPC Dual Bay Res and D5 pump, and a Raystorm.

You have a picture of those 140 mm fans on top ? I'd like to see how you managed to fit them there.



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