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by the way, when u get a GPU block, i reealllly recommend the Razor from XSPC. it does a fantastic job.
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Originally Posted by leichtwork View Post
I use 7/16 tubing over a 1/2 inch barb with the supplied clamps that come with the rasa kit and it works fine.
Thanks for pointing out that the kit comes with clamps. I thought it didn't, and I'm sure the last time I checked it didn't, but I was either mistaken or they have started including them now.

jummies, yes it looks awesome and I would imagine that it is super quiet. Shame the passive rads are alu though, otherwise it would be perfect.
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Originally Posted by Behemoth777 View Post
Nothing can really touch gentle typhoons at the noise level they put out. So if you need some serious performance at a low noise level, get the gt's. I personally like the ap-13/14. The ap-15 is too loud for my taste.
Ok, but for the temperature difference that I would gain from GT's, do you think it is worth it

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Originally Posted by GingerJohn View Post
If you get the 1/2" tubing you will need some type of clamp. You can buy them from PPCs just make sure to get ones for 3/4" OD tube, personally I prefer the metal reusable type. Alternatively you can get worm drive clamps from most hardware stores, or you can even use zipties; cheap, effective but ugly.

edit: The kit comes with clamps, last time I checked it didn't. Either a recent addition or I just missed it the first time /edit

The kit includes 7/16" ID tubing with 1/2" barbs, the reason being that you can heat the end of the tubing slightly and force it over the barb for a clean look without needing clamps (example).
Nice, I didn't even check the kit for ties lol, glad you saw that. That is seriously a sexy build tho... nice. Will probably ziptie just in case though

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Originally Posted by leichtwork View Post
I use 7/16 tubing over a 1/2 inch barb with the supplied clamps that come with the rasa kit and it works fine. If you need to take the tubing off the barb you will have to cut it because it is a tight fit. You just have to shove the tube on the barb to get it to fit. I like the fact that its a tight fit, makes me more comfortable about it not leaking. But 1/2 tubing will work fine on 1/2 inch barb, but I would just make sure that you tighten the clips down pretty good.

As for the killcoil, You can push it into one of your lines but I have just drop mine into the res. That way I don't have to try and get it out of the line if I have to change something or fix a line for what ever reason.

For the fans. I use cheap rosewell fans that I bought like a year ago and they work pretty good. I use them because they are quiet and I have good temps so I don't feel the need to purchase other fans. But I have never used th ap's or gt's so I can't speak for them. I will pick some up eventually.
Well that makes me feel better lol. Will probably end up going with the arctics then if rosewells do well enough haha.

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Originally Posted by mikepahl318 View Post
Only used Distilled water in the Rasa kits.

the TIM that comes in the Rasa kits is fairly poor, so you might need to get some good stuff.
Done and done. Bought a lota the OCZ freeze before it was discontinued, love that ****.
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Just to let you know what my temps are. I run the i5-2500k at 4.5ghz with 1.8 vcore and at idle my temps are 31 to 32. Under load I run at about 50 to 52 depending on the time of day. Now my ambient temps are normally around 30 to 31. I also used the thermal paste that comes with the kit as well. So I feel that I get great temps, I'm sure I could do a little better with better thermal paste and better fans but you really can't get mad about these temps when I have a high ambient temp.
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Originally Posted by leichtwork View Post
Just to let you know what my temps are. I run the i5-2500k at 4.5ghz with 1.8 vcore and at idle my temps are 31 to 32. Under load I run at about 50 to 52 depending on the time of day. Now my ambient temps are normally around 30 to 31. I also used the thermal paste that comes with the kit as well. So I feel that I get great temps, I'm sure I could do a little better with better thermal paste and better fans but you really can't get mad about these temps when I have a high ambient temp.
If you're actually running it at 1.8 vcore you're... well, going to kill your chip shortly. the 6ghz run of a 2600k was significantly less than that lol.
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