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Oh, I thought the Rasa kit came with clamps etc. I'll take a look at some, thank you.
I'm honestly not sure if it does or not. But i would definitely recommend against buying clamps online. You can easily go to your local home depot or lowes and get worm clamps for way cheaper and they work just as well or better.
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there are plenty of videos on youtube showing setup of rasa kit it does look pretty striaght forward
rasa does come with the plastic ratchet clamps you push together
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The XSPC kits do come with clamps, though they're not the best ones I believe, I think they're the plastic locking clamps. As was mentioned, worm drive clamps are much better. The Swiftech kit comes with worm drive clamps, but many people recommend just building a full XSPC Rasa kit rather than just the Swiftech one, though if you're doing CPU only, they're both more than fine, and you can even use the swiftech kit or XSPC kit still if you upgrade to watercooling on your GPU(s).

If you'd like to see a quasi-buildlog, check out mine in my sig. I build a new watercooling setup in my HAF-X, which is basically a 942, an upgraded version of the 932. I did an internal radiator install as well.

Also, when buying, I would do yourself a favor and imagine as much watercooling that you'd ever go with, so if going with the XSPC kit, I would check out the RX360 kit rather than the RS or the 240, so if you ever wanted to cool your video cards, you'll have the ability to, but it's up to you.
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Thanks to all. I will try to buy the Rasa kit next Friday. Is there any harm in using my H60 until then? Thanks.
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Thanks to all. I will try to buy the Rasa kit next Friday. Is there any harm in using my H60 until then? Thanks.
If it hasn't been trouble this far, there's no harm in using the H60. It should screw on just fine on the back of the case, then you can just remove it when the new kit comes. If you want to see pics of what it looks like installed, again check out my build in my signature (though it was an H50, but I believe that the installs are roughly the same)
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Of course not. If you keep your chip cool enough obviously.
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