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rs = radiator stealth/standard
rx = radiator extreme

usually anyways.
and usually the extreme ones are thicker and allow more water to pass through with the added increased surface area.
if you have the room the rx is better

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the rx360 is better with slower fans where the rx360 needs faster fans
let me clarify this. you want the fastest fans possible on your radiators.
he just means that the rx360 is better than the rs360 with slower fans
Edited by Hazzeedayz - 7/27/11 at 6:15am
post #12 of 14
Well the rx 360 will benefit you less if you are using high speed fans.
    
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my thoughts exactly. although if you jsut do push OR pull...do pull.
it eliminates hot spots on the rad from there being no airflow in the center and outer corners that you get from the push method
Quite true. I've even seen a couple of trials (of course I can't remember where they are at all) that show that push was noticeably less efficient than pull
    
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If you are only cooling the CPU then that kit is a perfect starter, I wouldn't use the xspc hose that they will supply tho, its poor to say the least, go for masterkleer, primochilli 7/16 its a push to get on but its rock solid.
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