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What would be the better choice?

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Just need some idea what to be looking for, I am thinking in the near future of upgrading my water cooling from the H60. But don't know what the dif is between the H100 ($169) XSPC Rasa 750 RX240 ($165) and the XSPC Rasa 750 RS360($149).

To me it sounds like the XSPC Rasa RS360 will be the better performer, but then why would the price be so much lower?

And is the XSPC kits upgradeable? ie. adding more blocks for the motherboard etc.

Are the XSPC kits noisy as well? (Thia could explain a low price) The H60 is whisper quite so I would like to keep things this way.
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The difference is in the radiators. The RX series rad is much thicker and achieves better temps.
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The rasa kits are pieced custom loops. You can buy each component seperately as you would a custom loop. The H100 is the next level in the H-series of closed loops. If you plan to add more water blocks in the future, the rasa kits are the best way to go. As far as which rasa kit, for a cpu, the 240 is fine but if you plan to add a gpu (something worthy of a block, mid-range to highend) than go for the 360. Your case can easily fit the 240.
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So are the pumps noisy on the XSPC's? Or is there another brand with quite pumps?
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So are the pumps noisy on the XSPC's? Or is there another brand with quite pumps?
They do the job nicely and the noise is about average for pumps. Your fans at speed will drown out the low burble/hum once all the air is bled. The great thing about the Rasa kits, if you don't like something, change it with another component when ever you want.
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thanks for the info I think I will go the RS360, better options for more my budget.
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thanks for the info I think I will go the RS360, better options for more my budget.
Excellent . One bit of advise, add some extra tube to your order. The one supplied with the Rasa have been known to get cloudy after a short while of use. I guess its just how the tube is. I'd recommend Primochill Primoflex; you'll need about 2 meters. You can get Primochill in uv red, uv green, uv blue, black, white, and clear.

Good luck
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