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Hello,
Well I would really like to start WCing my system... Yet I only now the very basics of WCing...

Rad + Pump+ Res+ Block+ Tubes = Wcing.

Could some one build a WCing system for me? THanks
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Check out the RASA 750 club in my sig... That is a good place to start.
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Thanks,
But I would prefer a Custum Lop... I'm really ilooking forward to this CPU Block

So I kinda want a Custom Loop. But I'll check it out anyways.! THanks
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You always want res --> pump --> rad --> block

or at least always res --> pump
    
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The Rasa block performs within 1degree of the highest performing blocks... If you want that particular block for aesthetics then its a different story, the Rasa block is quite plain.
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Thanks,
But I would prefer a Custum Lop... I'm really ilooking forward to this CPU Block

So I kinda want a Custom Loop. But I'll check it out anyways.! THanks
You do know that isn't that great of a block?? If you want to go custom then go with something along the lines of the XSPC Rasa. It is pretty much the best block out there. The Krytos and EK Supreme HF beat it by less than a degree but it costs about $50. Also the reservoir ALWAYS goes before the pump. You can get the MCP355 pump with a res top to make it easier. Tubing doesn't matter really and radiator depends on what you're cooling and what type of fans you want to use.
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Thanks,
But I would prefer a Custum Lop... I'm really ilooking forward to this CPU Block

So I kinda want a Custom Loop. But I'll check it out anyways.! THanks
I know you have your heart set on that block, but with that being said, you really can't go wrong with a rasa kit. They come with one of the best blocks you can get for your money. And the price is right. As far as water cooling the rasa kit is your best bang/buck product. Also even though it comes bundled in a kit, its no different then building a custom loop. You still have to cut the tubing, and figure out your loop setup, where to put the rad etc.etc. The only instructions it comes with is on how to install the water block though, the rest your kind of on your own.

You should definately check out the rasa club the other guy mentioned. Even if your not going for a rasa kit. It can still teach you alot just by looking at other peoples loops.
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Okey! I love coming to OCN and Get helpful answeres! I didn't know that Rasa Block was soo good! So, I'll surly check it out now.

Thanks! BTW, The block in the link looks soo freaking gorgeouse! I love how it looks and seems very to performe very good as well.. Thanks!

To be Honest, I like the RASA's Block!
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Also something to note... Once you go watercooling... its rare you stop wanting to do something to your system... I started with a basic Rasa 240 kit with no upgrades at all to it.. and ended with

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