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The easiest solution for the pump is the XSPC dual 5.25 bay reservoir for a single DDC or D5 pump. If the pump dies later on, you can change it separately.

If you need another kit, get either the EK kit or a RX360 kit. Keep in mind. the radiators are slightly different in size and the fan screws are metric on the EK and 6/32 on the XSPC rad. Plus you have to mount the reservoir/pump of the EK system to the case floor, while the XSPC uses 5.25 bay reservoir.
     
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Thanks, but the difference of the RX and RS is only the RX is thicker, right?
The RX is thicker with less FPI, so it works best with low to mid speed fans (up to 1800 rpm). RS is thinner and has more FPI, so you need mid to high speed fans to cool efficiently.
     
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Edited by nordicsebba - 7/15/12 at 12:38am
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Okay so the best deal is to go with the RASA RX?
Why is the price of the Ek higher then?
EK=EU production (higher costs) VS XSPC=Asia production (cheaper costs). Plus the EK has more looks to the kit, while the XSPC is simpler and less flashy. For the price, the XSPC is very hard to beat, at least in the US.

I have the XSPC RASA RX360 kit and the only change I made was the pump. Mine didn't die, but I swapped it over to the XSPC dual 5.25 reservoir with a DDC-1 (MCP350) pump, so nothing really changed around in my case, just the pump itself, which can be changed if it dies and is stronger then the stock X20 pump. You can also use the D5 (MCP650) pump reservoir from XSPC also..
Edited by ezveedub - 4/27/11 at 11:52am
     
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Edited by nordicsebba - 7/15/12 at 12:38am
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Edited by nordicsebba - 7/15/12 at 12:37am
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Can anyone tell me which is better?
If you mean kits, I prefer the RX360 because it performs the same or slightly better and for less money. The pump is the only weak link in the XSPC kit, but is easily replaced with a Laing DDC or D5 pump. I like the EK also, but the XSPC RX360 is one the best radiators out there right now and does not need loud high speed fans to cool your system
     
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Edited by nordicsebba - 7/15/12 at 12:37am
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Do they have that pump on FrozenCPU or WatercoolingUK?
I need them to be able to ship it here to Norway.
The reservoir and D5 pump from FrozenCPU are (they have no XSPC DDC reservoir):

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/11...?tl=c97s168b49

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/21...tl=g30c107s153

For D5 pump & reservoir from WatercoolingUK:

http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/12...NGLE_1798.html

http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/XS...P655_1453.html

And for DDC pump and reservoir from WatercoolingUK (This is what I run) :

http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/La...-XSPC_464.html

http://www.watercoolinguk.co.uk/p/12...-10w_7043.html

There are some other variations to the DDC and D5 pumps, but they cost more. I listed the basic pumps that cost the least amount. The D5 can come in with a speed variable pot and the DDC can come with PWM speed signal wire that can adjust the pumps speed from a PWM signal from the motherboard or pump controller. Some adjust down the speed for noise.
     
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