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This 360 RAD
Or This 360 RAD
Or This 360 RAD

Which should I get, Are they able to cool my cpu @ 4.2Ghz
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post #12 of 43
go with the ek. its a good quality radiator.
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post #13 of 43
The EK supposedly works well...

Any of those will be fine, The EK has enough screws for a push pull configuration if that helps?
 
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post #14 of 43
Well, if you're getting a fan controller then it's obvious you don't want noise all the time, so, why don't you go for a rad built for low noise fans?

RX series and Black Ice GTX's are good, RX240 with pull would easily handle a 4.2GHz 920.

How about some noiseblockers or GT's?

Just something to think about.
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Well, if you're getting a fan controller then it's obvious you don't want noise all the time, so, why don't you go for a rad built for low noise fans?

RX series and Black Ice GTX's are good, RX240 with pull would easily handle a 4.2GHz 920.

How about some noiseblockers or GT's?

Just something to think about.
I agree with you, but i'm trying to keep my wc setup as low budget as possible.
"I have my house to spend on ;p"
Also I have to 2 x Ultra Kaze 3000 already on stock...
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What's your budget?

I can whip you up a list if you give me a site you want to buy from
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What's your budget?

I can whip you up a list if you give me a site you want to buy from
I don't really have a budget, but it's important to be on the lowest... lol
I prefer e-bay
I have already saw these
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I don't really have a budget, but it's important to be on the lowest... lol
I prefer e-bay
I have already saw these
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Rad
A 360MM is a bit (dare I say it) over kill for 4.2, a RX360 handles my entire sig rig with good temps on 5V low noise fans, so a 360 for 4.2 is over the top if you're going for budget.

How about...

Block.
Pump/Res.
Rad.
Tubing.
Fittings.
Clamps.

Or, you could just get a RX240 kit, that'd do nicely. Not sure on the prices over there in the UK though, I've heard it's cheaper to buy from XSPC themselves.

That'll come to about 150 pounds if my mental math is anything to go by (pretty rough estimate though, rounding and what not.)

Go with a reputable site if you're water cooling, that way RMA and stuff is a lot easier to manage.
post #19 of 43
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A 360MM is a bit (dare I say it) over kill for 4.2, a RX360 handles my entire sig rig with good temps on 5V low noise fans, so a 360 for 4.2 is over the top if you're going for budget.

How about...

Block.
Pump/Res.
Rad.
Tubing.
Fittings.
Clamps.

Or, you could just get a RX240 kit, that'd do nicely. Not sure on the prices over there in the UK though, I've heard it's cheaper to buy from XSPC themselves.

That'll come to about 150 pounds if my mental math is anything to go by (pretty rough estimate though, rounding and what not.)

Go with a reputable site if you're water cooling, that way RMA and stuff is a lot easier to manage.
Wow! great reply

Is there much difference between the XSPC Rasa & EK Supreme?
I don't mind rad overkill for future expansion...
I could run mu Ultra Katz on lower voltage, they are silent on low voltage.
I also ordered this... Fan Controller
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post #20 of 43
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Originally Posted by Charlton22 View Post
Wow! great reply

Is there much difference between the XSPC Rasa & EK Supreme?
I don't mind rad overkill for future expansion...
I could run mu Ultra Katz on lower voltage, they are silent on low voltage.
I also ordered this... Fan Controller
The rasa was the Price/Performance king, but I've heard the EK LTX is now.

If you don't mine coughing up for the extra rad space, then go for it
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