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Definitely get the Rasa kit if you're thinking about starting watercooling with one or two gpus (preferably the RS/RX360 for 2 gpus + cpu). The only problem is that you have to flush your loop at least once or twice a year and could be a hassle if you don't like to take apart your build time to time.

I'd suggest getting the H-series coolers if you want the benefits of watercooling (less space consumed + control of where the heat is dumped) without the hassle of maintenance. The only problem is that the best air coolers will outperform the H-series coolers at the same or better price point.

Although the H100 will be a 240mm rad, it would be so close to the price of the RS240 Rasa kit ($100-$110+ vs $125+) that the Rasa kit would be a more practical choice aside from the maintenance issue mentioned.
    
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Good luck..! I hope this turns out well. I think you have made a good choice.

EDIT : BTW, what tubing do you think you will be getting? Assuming you are going to discard the tubing that comes with the kit.
I'm not sure yet and I'll definitely be discarding the stock tubing. Cheers!
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Get an Antec Kulher 620 single fan and same performace than H70 or for better perfm get Antec Kulher 920 dual fan and thicker rad.
Mmm, is the Antec quieter than the H70? The H70 is too loud. Thanks.
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Definitely get the Rasa kit if you're thinking about starting watercooling with one or two gpus (preferably the RS/RX360 for 2 gpus + cpu). The only problem is that you have to flush your loop at least once or twice a year and could be a hassle if you don't like to take apart your build time to time.

I'd suggest getting the H-series coolers if you want the benefits of watercooling (less space consumed + control of where the heat is dumped) without the hassle of maintenance. The only problem is that the best air coolers will outperform the H-series coolers at the same or better price point.

Although the H100 will be a 240mm rad, it would be so close to the price of the RS240 Rasa kit ($100-$110+ vs $125+) that the Rasa kit would be a more practical choice aside from the maintenance issue mentioned.
Flushing once or twice a year won't be a problem. Yeah, it sounds like Rasa is the go. Thanks!
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