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Hey guys, need respond as soon as possible...
Ordering my first custom loop set up and didn't want to get any mistakes..

but I'm purchasing RS360 kit and some tubing..

1.) http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...Kill_Coil.html

would this tubing fit with that set up?
2.) http://www.frozencpu.com/products/86..._-_UV_Red.html

or what would you guys recommend? Looking for red tubing...

This tubing will ensure that the seal from barb to tubing is water tight. been using it in my sig for weeks not a problem. also UV reactive
7/16" tubing on a 1/2" barb = GOLD (slight pain to get on but spit does the trick!)

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...?tl=g30c99s809
 

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well it is very straight forward. here is what i did:

1. draw it out
2. lay parts out on table in orientation that i drew to see it before it goes in test.
3. TAKE YOUR TIME!!
4. refer to this guide which has everything under the sun + alot of other links and videos.
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...l#post11984918
5. Filling the loop takes time. dont rush it and spill!
6. test the loop with system turned off and all components to computer unplugged by jumping the PSU. easy to google if you dont know how to.
7. bubbles will go away within a week along with the water level so make sure to watch it the first week and refill.
8. dont run the pump without water! damage will follow lol
9. enjoy your new WC loop


(make tubing from and to the res long enough so that you can pull the res out to drain or fill
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Don't forget to flush your rad with distilled water!

completely optional. with a brand like XSPC i wouldnt worry about it. i flushed 2 of mine and no debris when i drained. they come very clean.

but hey never hurts to if you have the time. just trying to make it easy
 

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completely optional. with a brand like XSPC i wouldnt worry about it. i flushed 2 of mine and no debris when i drained. they come very clean.

but hey never hurts to if you have the time. just trying to make it easy


Your lucky. All my XSPC RX rads had all sorts of crap in it
 

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If you have space go for the RX360. Everyone seems to like these Rads here. I've owned many of them. They work great. If your willing to pay a little extra then go for the rx360.
Heck: some people use a single RX360 to cool their CPU and dual GPU's. So if you feel like adding a GPU to the loop you should be ok.
 

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If you have space go for the RX360. Everyone seems to like these Rads here. I've owned many of them. They work great. If your willing to pay a little extra then go for the rx360.
Heck: some people use a single RX360 to cool their CPU and dual GPU's. So if you feel like adding a GPU to the loop you should be ok.

(maraming salamat sa iyo.
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Thank you very much!
 
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