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post #11 of 24
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Originally Posted by kiwiasian View Post
I will put some consideration into that.
I'm just trying to make this loop as low-budget as possible.

From the reviews I've seen, the XSPC actually fairs singificantly better than all the other blocks in that graph. The one that came ahead of the XSPC was the EK VGA Supreme HF P4 (or something like that). IIRC the standard EK VGA Supreme HF came in about 5c higher than the XSPC.
It was actually more around 3C, on idle and load. Remember, you don't have the same WC setup as he, so the same might not apply to you.



May I add that skinnee is using a DDC3.2, which is a pump with extremely good head pressure your using a XSPC X2O, which is why I recommended the block with less restriction.
Plus it looks dead sexy.

I'm just looking at it at the performance standpoint, for me the extra $10 is worth it for the less restriction, but by all means, the X2O can handle the XSPC GPU Rasa. It'll work with whichever GPU block you decide to get.
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post #12 of 24
LOL


Pump performance: 750 lph
Delivery head: 1.8m
Voltage: 12V (4pin)

LOL again
post #13 of 24
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Originally Posted by quietp View Post
LOL


Pump performance: 750 lph
Delivery head: 1.8m
Voltage: 12V (4pin)

LOL again
there are far worse performing and terrible pumps out there, go to ebay and buy one to find out .

A lot of folks focus on the max flow but it don't matter. My DDC 3.2 has ~500 L/H, 250 L less than the X20-750. Depending on your setup (again head pressure is more important than max flow rate) it will determine whats the best pump for your needs.
Edited by wermad - 5/3/11 at 8:24pm
post #14 of 24
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Originally Posted by Buska103 View Post
It was actually more around 3C, on idle and load. Remember, you don't have the same WC setup as he, so the same might not apply to you.



May I add that skinnee is using a DDC3.2, which is a pump with extremely good head pressure your using a XSPC X2O, which is why I recommended the block with less restriction.
Plus it looks dead sexy.

I'm just looking at it at the performance standpoint, for me the extra $10 is worth it for the less restriction, but by all means, the X2O can handle the XSPC GPU Rasa. It'll work with whichever GPU block you decide to get.
With the restriction of the EK being that much better than the XSPC, I suppose it is worth the extra $$.

And I do have to agree that it looks really nice.
Edited by kiwiasian - 5/3/11 at 8:57pm
post #15 of 24
if you're on a budget, the Rasa cpu block is the best way to go, its only a few notches behind the EK. If you can spend the extra $$ on the EK then go for it, its an amazing cpu block and looks the part in the "full copper" versions. Also, the Koolance cpu-370 is fantastic looking and performs on par or extremely close with the Supreme HF.
post #16 of 24
stick a mcp355 with a xspc acrylic pumptop or bayres and be done with it.
 
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post #17 of 24
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Originally Posted by kiwiasian View Post
With the restriction of the EK being that much better than the XSPC, I suppose it is worth the extra $$.

And I do have to agree that it looks really nice.
The XSPC Rasa block is for budget type of a loop. I performs very well for being what it is. The Supreme HF wil give you better performance so go for it. The Koolance CPU-370 as wermad said, performs very close to the Supreme HF. I just got one BTW.

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Originally Posted by fat_italian_stallion View Post
stick a mcp355 with a xspc acrylic pumptop or bayres and be done with it.
I would have to agree on that with you. Why not just get a MCP655 or MCP355 with a top or in a XSPC bay res? Also the MCP35x is a great pump, but costs very much. For my latest build I am using a Danger Den CPX-Pro. They are Jingway pumps.
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post #18 of 24
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Originally Posted by triangle View Post
The XSPC Rasa block is for budget type of a loop. I performs very well for being what it is. The Supreme HF wil give you better performance so go for it. The Koolance CPU-370 as wermad said, performs very close to the Supreme HF. I just got one BTW.
I'm so jelly

Edit:

Quote:
Originally Posted by kiwiasian View Post
Did I read that correctly?
How was the flow rate in that setup?
Sorry missed this part, I only ran it for less than a month. I had a more water parts coming in and a new DDC 3.2 with an xspc bay res (now running standalone with an xspc DDC pleix/acrylic top). This was really a gamble for the pump. it did well and the ocn member I sold it to never complained about it. So I guess its still chugging away
Edited by wermad - 5/3/11 at 11:18pm
post #19 of 24
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I'm so jelly
Haven't gotten the loop up and running yet. I am still working. I can't wait!!!
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post #20 of 24
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Haven't gotten the loop up and running yet. I am still working. I can't wait!!!
They way my nickel gtx 470 blocks are failing, I might switch to koolance once and for all some time soon. the 370 looks smexy .
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