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    Hey guys, my fingers are sore and I think I'm close to the halfway point in labor. Here is an album of my worklog so far. Starts with my old build with the added EVGA GTX 670 FTW in SLI for testing.

    I'm currently stuck at a minor question in my SLI block setup. I'm not sure which outlet to use to connect it to my Radiator on the top of the tower.

    http://i.imgur.com/w5evz.jpg

    The Circled outlet in red is what I'm considering, but it's awkward with the tubing. The Green outlet at the top would be ideal for connecting to the radiator; however, I'm not sure if I can. The block instructions say in and out are flexible as long as there's one on the left and right, but I'm not sure what left and right they refer to.

    The blue one is just way to awkward to bend the tubing to get to the radiator. The yellow are open for use, but a tight fit.

    Help please x.x

    Any suggestions on which I should use?

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

    Regarding your fitting for the SLI cards, It would be best to buy either a 45 or 90 angle adapter to the yellow port below the red...
    Its going to hard to bend your tubing without it...

    This what I did with my set-up and ran perfect. I used a bitspower 45 angle


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

    Here's a question - is the RS360 kit enough to cool a CPU and two GPUs?
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    Default Re: Water Cooling - XSPC Raystorm RS360 Build/Worklog/Questions

    He should be fine, He's running a 2500k with 2x GTX670 which don't generate much heat compared to older cards.
    The 2500k is a cool running chip compared to the 2600k or even the new IvyB set-up.

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

    Updated the album in the first comment with 3 more pictures. I'm probably not the best candidate for this hobby, my patience levels are low right now. Went ahead and took the plunge and used the port that was recommended to me without an angle adapter (great looking loop by the way, love it!). The tubing looks like it's barely flattened if at all.

    I'm past the filling stage at this point, and most of the bubbles are out. I had a minor leak on the SLI link, but that has since then been fixed. The pump is pretty loud. I was surprised by how loud it really was. I tried adding padding to the reservoir and stabilizing it with rubber on the thumbscrews, but it seems that it's coming straight from the pump inside the reservoir. Hopefully the fans in the case and on the radiator make it less noticeable.

    How long should I let it run before I start throwing the rest of the hardware in and get things connected?

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

    Too me it looks like your loop is set up wrong. My understanding is that water should flow from the res/pump to the rad, then the cpu, then gpus, and finally back to the res/pump. I think you are set up opposite. If your loop was running the way I suggest, the tube coming off the bottom card would go straight to the res and look much cleaner.

    Would like to see what others say about this.
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    Time to go look at the manual and see if I just embarrassed myself. lol

    Yep, I feel stupid now. Time to empty it out and redo those portions of the loop. I get to pay for not taking my time and missing that part of the instructions.

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    Don't feel stupid. Mistakes are part of learning.
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    Once you get all the air out the pump should quiet down. Make sure to tilt the case every which way to help get rid of the air. I let mine run for a day and a half before completion. Turning the power on and off helps.

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    With a bit of help, a bucket of shame, and a bit more tube cutting, I think it's the right direction now (Pump>Rad>CPU>GPUs>Res). I'll add pictures to my album later. I think I need to relax for a little while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Josm315 View Post
    With a bit of help, a bucket of shame, and a bit more tube cutting, I think it's the right direction now (Pump>Rad>CPU>GPUs>Res). I'll add pictures to my album later. I think I need to relax for a little while.
    Good job. Looking forward to the new pics. Is the tubing routed better now? I bet it is. Can't wait to see some temp benchmarks.
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    I think the tubing looks a bit better. Updated the album with a picture of the correct loop and descriptions for everything. I think I've gotten most of the bubbles out. The pump is still humming pretty loudly. I'll let it run for a few more hours, try tipping it more and see if it starts sounding any better.

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    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.
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    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.

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