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(1) Robertshaw RR-32 Radiator Cap New Old Stock

(1) Robertshaw RR-32 Radiator Cap New Old Stock

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Manufacturer Part Number : [RR-32]
Country/Region of Manufacture : [Taiwan]
Type : [Radiator Cap]
Brand : [Robertshaw]
Warranty : [No Warranty]
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Four and Half Stars
4.4 out of 5 stars based on 18 reviews
Four Stars
2 Faulty Products In A Row, Do I Risk a Third?
I have gone through a whole SAGA of trying to cool a 3950x processor and the Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Pro XT is the only cooler that I would deem worthy. If you want your computer to run at base clocks / configuration and not be overheating and freezing up, this is the only option. Remarkably this cooler is more readily available and less expensive than other coolers that are vastly inferior. Because your chip is square, you want to find a cooler with a square waterblock. This immediately rules out the various coolers from NXZT, ThermalTake. You want 6th generation pumps if you're going with a cooler outsourced to Asetek. You want as much cooling surface area as possible (forget the 120mm / 240mm coolers, they will not cut it with a 3950x, 280mm is borderline). First things first, I am referring to the Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Pro XT and *not* the inferior Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Pro, you want the XT version. The XT version has a brand new pump that is the best pump that Corsair is putting in coolers. This cooler has a radiator with 43200 mm^2 of fan-cooling. I tried the: * ThermalTake Floe 360, would not adequately cool the 3950x, idle temps at 55c - I tried repasting with 3 different thermal pastes, reseating the board, nothing would get it under 55 *idle* - When considering AIO coolers, you probably don't want a tiny circle that barely covers your chip * Corsair H115i (came close to keeping the 3950x under 50c but it would hover there 50/51) * Corsair H100i (not even) Upgrading my AIO cooler to the Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Pro XT, boom instantly 10c cooler than the ThermalTake Floe 360 garbage with virtually no noise (balanced plan). 5c cooler than the H115i under balanced cooling plan. I don't care to overclock but cooling is *critical* on the AMD chips because they have an internal mechanism that adjusts the clock speed based on heat so if your cooler can't handle the chip it will run slow - this means that things like benchmarks will be similar to a 3900x if you don't have adequate cooling. Benchmarks for the chip instantly shot up as well, roughly 10% faster and more stable now.
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Five Stars
This is the new 2020 Version of this AIO!
I actually was hesitating to buy this because of some complaints of issues like screws issue that could damage the radiator if things are done wrongly, and with other issues mentioned, it seems all these issues were for the old model, but I bought this in 2021 which is the new model "Elite Capellix", seems Corsair done a great job on it solving previous issues, insulation was pretty easy and straight forward, maybe cable management is the only challenge that you need to deal with, but otherwise, this thing installed easily and worked without any issues, for the noise level needs a little tuning if you are sensitive to fans, I set them to quiet and that's sound good to me, I got 3x 140mm intake and 1x 140mm exhaust and since I don't need to have negative pressure anyway, so I set these 3x 120mm exhaust to lower rpm. TL;DR: if you worry about the old review about installation, this got no issues with installation, the quality is so nice and performance is cool.
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Five Stars
This is *the* cooler to get for hot CPUs
I got the 360mm rad. Did a lot of research. I was looking for the white version as I was making a white build for my child. This happened to catch my eye on Corsair website. I loved the number of LEDs on the cooler along with the RGB fans. The iCue software allows me to really customize the RGB to my taste. The pump area has a diffused appearance. You can swap out the diffused cover with clear cover if you want. I liked it the way it was. As far the temps - 10900k idle - 25 degrees. Load - 50 degrees tops. The fans support zero rpm mode to eliminate any noise when you are doing productivity work. Yes - its slightly on expensive side, but being a very important part of the build and the aesthesis, I didn't want to compromise. Only other one I considered was NZXT, but they all came in black and I wasn't too much into display screen etc. I highly recommend this to anyone who is building a new PC or looking to replace their cooler. Highlights were the aesthetics, color, lighting and zero to no noise with fans.
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Five Stars
Awesome and recommended
Quiet, high flow pump rate (4800RPM), lots of surface area for dissipation in the radiator. Pros: Flexible hoses, multi angle fittings, semi-assembled bracket (the bracket is built into the pump itself, so a bit less work putting it together). Cons: Weird design decisions. Near every other AIO unit on the market uses straight up 3 or 4 pin connectors across the board, while this one requires a SATA power connector, a one pin bearing 3 pin fan jumper for the tachometer of the pump, and two 4 pin connectors for the fans on the radiator itself. I did end up using the 3 pin to just keep track of the pump, but ultimately did not use the 4 pin connectors for the fans. I don't want to rely on the pump itself to control the fans based on the entire system's thermals. My idle temps dropped by about 8-10C, but the weird part is that my loaded temps are 20C cooler than they were previously, maxing out around 58C... Not sure why it's more effective while the system is pushing the limits, but hey, it's definitely not a complaint at all.
By
Four Stars
2 Faulty Products In A Row, Do I Risk a Third?
I have gone through a whole SAGA of trying to cool a 3950x processor and the Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Pro XT is the only cooler that I would deem worthy. If you want your computer to run at base clocks / configuration and not be overheating and freezing up, this is the only option. Remarkably this cooler is more readily available and less expensive than other coolers that are vastly inferior. Because your chip is square, you want to find a cooler with a square waterblock. This immediately rules out the various coolers from NXZT, ThermalTake. You want 6th generation pumps if you're going with a cooler outsourced to Asetek. You want as much cooling surface area as possible (forget the 120mm / 240mm coolers, they will not cut it with a 3950x, 280mm is borderline). First things first, I am referring to the Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Pro XT and *not* the inferior Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Pro, you want the XT version. The XT version has a brand new pump that is the best pump that Corsair is putting in coolers. This cooler has a radiator with 43200 mm^2 of fan-cooling. I tried the: * ThermalTake Floe 360, would not adequately cool the 3950x, idle temps at 55c - I tried repasting with 3 different thermal pastes, reseating the board, nothing would get it under 55 *idle* - When considering AIO coolers, you probably don't want a tiny circle that barely covers your chip * Corsair H115i (came close to keeping the 3950x under 50c but it would hover there 50/51) * Corsair H100i (not even) Upgrading my AIO cooler to the Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Pro XT, boom instantly 10c cooler than the ThermalTake Floe 360 garbage with virtually no noise (balanced plan). 5c cooler than the H115i under balanced cooling plan. I don't care to overclock but cooling is *critical* on the AMD chips because they have an internal mechanism that adjusts the clock speed based on heat so if your cooler can't handle the chip it will run slow - this means that things like benchmarks will be similar to a 3900x if you don't have adequate cooling. Benchmarks for the chip instantly shot up as well, roughly 10% faster and more stable now.
By
Five Stars
This is the new 2020 Version of this AIO!
I actually was hesitating to buy this because of some complaints of issues like screws issue that could damage the radiator if things are done wrongly, and with other issues mentioned, it seems all these issues were for the old model, but I bought this in 2021 which is the new model "Elite Capellix", seems Corsair done a great job on it solving previous issues, insulation was pretty easy and straight forward, maybe cable management is the only challenge that you need to deal with, but otherwise, this thing installed easily and worked without any issues, for the noise level needs a little tuning if you are sensitive to fans, I set them to quiet and that's sound good to me, I got 3x 140mm intake and 1x 140mm exhaust and since I don't need to have negative pressure anyway, so I set these 3x 120mm exhaust to lower rpm. TL;DR: if you worry about the old review about installation, this got no issues with installation, the quality is so nice and performance is cool.
By
Five Stars
This is *the* cooler to get for hot CPUs
I got the 360mm rad. Did a lot of research. I was looking for the white version as I was making a white build for my child. This happened to catch my eye on Corsair website. I loved the number of LEDs on the cooler along with the RGB fans. The iCue software allows me to really customize the RGB to my taste. The pump area has a diffused appearance. You can swap out the diffused cover with clear cover if you want. I liked it the way it was. As far the temps - 10900k idle - 25 degrees. Load - 50 degrees tops. The fans support zero rpm mode to eliminate any noise when you are doing productivity work. Yes - its slightly on expensive side, but being a very important part of the build and the aesthesis, I didn't want to compromise. Only other one I considered was NZXT, but they all came in black and I wasn't too much into display screen etc. I highly recommend this to anyone who is building a new PC or looking to replace their cooler. Highlights were the aesthetics, color, lighting and zero to no noise with fans.
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Five Stars
Awesome and recommended
Quiet, high flow pump rate (4800RPM), lots of surface area for dissipation in the radiator. Pros: Flexible hoses, multi angle fittings, semi-assembled bracket (the bracket is built into the pump itself, so a bit less work putting it together). Cons: Weird design decisions. Near every other AIO unit on the market uses straight up 3 or 4 pin connectors across the board, while this one requires a SATA power connector, a one pin bearing 3 pin fan jumper for the tachometer of the pump, and two 4 pin connectors for the fans on the radiator itself. I did end up using the 3 pin to just keep track of the pump, but ultimately did not use the 4 pin connectors for the fans. I don't want to rely on the pump itself to control the fans based on the entire system's thermals. My idle temps dropped by about 8-10C, but the weird part is that my loaded temps are 20C cooler than they were previously, maxing out around 58C... Not sure why it's more effective while the system is pushing the limits, but hey, it's definitely not a complaint at all.
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Five Stars
Yes! It solved the problem with a 2002 PT Cruiser
I was “gifted” an older 2002 PT Cruiser from my son in law...he has all these “project” cars in and around his house...anyway, since none of the grandkids could drive a stick, the daughter told him to “give that car to grandpa}...from day one it overheated, with all of the fluid coming right out of the radiator cap...I got stranded a couple of times, before I realized that the “stock” cap didn’t seem to turn that extra quarter turn to lock it in place...this one does that...2 months later, no leaks!...(though a hose may be next??) cheapfix for me...PS...he had been getting radiator caps in the junkyard, they all seemed to have to same problem
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Four Stars
Works fine - poor quality plating
I wasn't having any problems, but my Jeep has high hours, and I wanted to replace the basics in the cooling system. I replaced the thermostat and the radiator cap. I also flushed the coolant with fresh 50/50 Mopar 100k/5year antifreeze. Can't notice any difference, but I'm glad I flushed it out, and replaced the old parts. Don't want to be sitting on the side of the road out of commission because of a radiator cap or something idiotic. Good quality and it looks better built than OEM. Very happy!
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Five Stars
Yes! It solved the problem with a 2002 PT Cruiser
I had an issue this weekend with pt cruiser 2003 non turbo when first it signaled overheating amd tripped sensor. I thought it had low antifreeze. So I add a bit more. But hour later antifreeze start bumbbling and vaping. I did extensive research online what it could be. Radiator fan, clogging between ac condensor and radiator, thermostat, bubbles in cooling system, broken hoses, bad or clogges radiator, headgasket, waterpump however simple radiator cap can cause that problem as well. So this one fixed the issue. Aldo dont forget to air bleed as well. Thanks, it works now. 105k pt cruiser going strong. Just need to swap engine mounts next.
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Five Stars
Works on 2007 Jeep Compass with i4 2.4l!
Drove to work today and walking toward my Jeep I noticed coolant on the ground, drove until it warmed up and opened the hood, the cap seal wasn't sealing anymore coolant was coming out around the cap and the hoses weren't pressurized. Disappointed in Stant, I went to NAPA and bought a new cap, back in action. Sad this one failed so quickly.
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Five Stars
Fixed overheating problem !
This Stant cap is close to the original caps used on our coolant reservoirs (For LH cars) until Mopar updated them later on with the black caps. I purchased a Duralast cap from Autozone and was worried because it didn't seem to lock in place. Quickly ordered this Stant cap and everything seems to lock tightly and keep the pressure down. If you ever hear a boiling sound coming from the coolant reservoir after the engine has been running in these LH Vehicles, check the seal on your cap. For the Stant, it seems that the seal will slip over to one side and create a small leak in pressure. Before buying anything expensive, check your radiator cap and go from there. This is a pretty good quality cap for an inexpensive price. Mopar OEM black cap runs about $17+ for reference.
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Five Stars
failed after two months
Had some white residue on the seals when I opened up the box. Used a rag and some coolant to clean it off and installed. It's a cap, what more could you ask for.
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Five Stars
Hear boiling in the coolsnt reservoir? Check your cap.
Used it to replace the cap on my Dodge Neon. My original had a worn out, disintegrating rubber seal. This new cap took some pushing down to get it on the first time, but has not had any issues in the months I have owned it. After replacing the cap, my coolant temp has remained lower.
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Five Stars
It's a cap
Exactly what I needed for 07 dodge dakota 3.7L all the ones in the auto parts stores near the house were 20psi so I ordered this one. Works like a charm.
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Five Stars
Fit my Dodge Neon 2003 perfectly.
Had radiator fluid all over the engine and dripping from radiator. Thought I needed a new radiator but i decided to clean up all the antifreeze and give this cheap fix a shot. This cap saved me some money.
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Five Stars
16psi
It was exactly like the factory one that came with the car, great item
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