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    Default Re: Water Cooling - XSPC Raystorm RS360 Build/Worklog/Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by SamCR3 View Post
    It looks great. Do you have another row of fans mounted on top of the rad?

    I would take those XSPC fans, mount them on top of the rad in the space provided at the top of your case, and set them up so they are sucking air from outside the case blowing onto the rad. You'll get way better temps that way and your case will exhaust the heat out the rear fan no problem.
    Thanks. I have 3 extra 120mm fans to put on top of the radiator for push-pull configuration. They might be different models, but since I picked up a couple of fan controllers from NZXT with my refurbished case, I should be able to equalize them pretty close.

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    I have 3 of the XSPC Dual Bay Pump/Res combo setups, and they are very quite running, the case fans are louder than the pump.
    Maybe it's because I'm not running anything else right now that it seems like the pump is running loud. More than likely if I had one of those 670 blower fans running I wouldn't even notice the pump.

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    Default Re: Water Cooling - XSPC Raystorm RS360 Build/Worklog/Questions

    You have to make sure the fans your using all have the same CFM, with my EX360 Rad I'm only running three Cougar fans with 90CFM, with the RS360 which is a thicker Rad, I'm running 6 Phanteks 120mm fans with 60CFM. I have the fans in a push pull configuration.

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    Default Re: Water Cooling - XSPC Raystorm RS360 Build/Worklog/Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    You have to make sure the fans your using all have the same CFM, with my EX360 Rad I'm only running three Cougar fans with 90CFM, with the RS360 which is a thicker Rad, I'm running 6 Phanteks 120mm fans with 60CFM. I have the fans in a push pull configuration.
    At some point in the future I'll probably throw money at the computer monitor to get some more fans. I'll try testing without the 3 extra fans, and then test with them synched as close as I can get them.

    Added pictures of my embarrassing mess including the bucket of shame. Also played around with LEDs.

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    Updated the album on the first post with more pictures.

    I finished the build Monday evening and haven't had a whole lot of time to update the work-log. Throughout the build I was worried about ruining the graphics cards while installing the blocks, voiding the warranty. I booted the computer up for the first time after finishing the loop for a big scare. Windows detected problems with the 670s, but thankfully, I just needed to reinstall the drivers.

    The temps are pretty satisfactory. I'm told they are pretty high for a water cooling loop; however, I can probably contribute it to overloading the radiator and pump with the amount of components I put on the loop.
    Idle temps were between 29-33C for the CPU cores and GPUs.
    CPU temperatures stayed roughly the same as when on my Thermaltake 2.0 Performer at ~52C during the physics portion of benchmarks.
    GPU 1 hovered at around 60C and #2 at 50C under benchmark loads. I may have to re-seat the block on graphics card #1 at some point, but at the moment I don't the temperatures are high enough to warrant draining/filling the loop a 3rd time.

    I haven't tried overclocking again since I've installed the loop. Even though the CPU and GPUs seemed limited to voltage, I may try again in the future. At the moment I'm still at 4.4GHz for the 2500K and 1056MHz Core/6708MHz memory overclocks.

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    While comparing the pump noise to my case fans at 100% rpm capacity, I'm pretty confident that the pump is as noisy, if not louder than the old 670 blower fans at 80-100%. A minor setback to the intentions of a water cooling loop, but overall I love the way it looks and don't regret adding the loop in the slightest.

    Thanks again XSPC and Stan+Gang at PureOC. I really appreciate the giveaway and all the advice you guys have given me throughout the build. =D

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    Default Re: Water Cooling - XSPC Raystorm RS360 Build/Worklog/Questions

    Looks good... Your temps are a little on the high side, however like mentioned due to the pump vs the amount of water blocks you have its warranted that it will increase just a little. Flow rate and head pressure isn't enough IMO to push all that water through the rad to cool the water fast enough, the multi blocks (even tho your blocks are not restrictive is restricting your flow rate which in turn giving you the higher temps. However GPU temps at under 50c-60c under load isn't bad at all, but if you added a second rad and a better pump in the future you will see greater results IMO.

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    Default Re: Water Cooling - XSPC Raystorm RS360 Build/Worklog/Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Looks good... Your temps are a little on the high side, however like mentioned due to the pump vs the amount of water blocks you have its warranted that it will increase just a little. Flow rate and head pressure isn't enough IMO to push all that water through the rad to cool the water fast enough, the multi blocks (even tho your blocks are not restrictive is restricting your flow rate which in turn giving you the higher temps. However GPU temps at under 50c-60c under load isn't bad at all, but if you added a second rad and a better pump in the future you will see greater results IMO.
    Those are upgrades I'm considering for when I have to clean the loop in about a year. Was thinking about an XSPC EX240 in the front or bottom of case with a Swiftech MCP655, but that's a year down the road. We'll see where there market takes us before then. For now, I'm pretty darn satisfied.

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    Default Re: Water Cooling - XSPC Raystorm RS360 Build/Worklog/Questions

    Quote Originally Posted by Josm315 View Post
    Those are upgrades I'm considering for when I have to clean the loop in about a year. Was thinking about an XSPC EX240 in the front or bottom of case with a Swiftech MCP655, but that's a year down the road. We'll see where there market takes us before then. For now, I'm pretty darn satisfied.
    Agreed, for now I think you will be fine..
    Adding the 240rad and the pump later down the road will be a good ideal...

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    Very nice build. Should have my RS240 kit installed Friday I hope. How long did it take to get all the bubbles out of the res.?
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    Very nice build. Should have my RS240 kit installed Friday I hope. How long did it take to get all the bubbles out of the res.?
    Thanks. It took about 2 hours to get any visible bubbles out. Checked it about 5-6 times during the 2 hour period and tilted the case all 4 directions, and then squeezed the tubing a bit wherever I saw bubbles collecting. I went ahead and ran it overnight and during the workday before I installed everything else though.

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    Default Re: Water Cooling - XSPC Raystorm RS360 Build/Worklog/Questions

    The second 120.1 rad is overkill. The 360 rad will cool everything pretty much the same temps.

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    With all the air out of the loop did the pump quiet down? Build looks good, nice job.

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    Thank you. The pump is about the same. It's a bit better now that the case sides are on though. Audible, but better.

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    You didn't run the pump without water at any time did you? Maybe there is still some air trapped in there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob2701 View Post
    You didn't run the pump without water at any time did you? Maybe there is still some air trapped in there.
    There were a couple of moments in the filling stage where it ran dry. For whatever reason there's a lag between hitting the power switch on the PSU and the pump actually stopping. However, I've flipped it full on its sides and front while getting the bubbles out.

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    I believe I still have a new Dual bay Frozen Q Res with a Swiftech MCP 35X pump.

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    Default Re: Water Cooling - XSPC Raystorm RS360 Build/Worklog/Questions

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    I believe I still have a new Dual bay Frozen Q Res with a Swiftech MCP 35X pump.

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    Oh, wow. Those are pretty amazing. I've got a couple of moths flying out of my wallet at the moment. Sufficient trade? XD

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