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How good are the tubes and block? does v the pump have any issues.
And can you build the kit using other parts for less? One last thing rs vs rx, what is the difference.

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The tubing is low quality. I heard your water will turn brown after a bit. The pump is good for a single GPU and a CPU.

The Block is great.
    
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How good are the tubes and block? does v the pump have any issues.
And can you build the kit using other parts for less? One last thing rs vs rx, what is the difference.

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Pump is a bit weak and not the best quality, most people don't have a lot of issues with it and if you do xspc's customer service is great.
You'll want to replace the tubing, the block is fine.
No you can't build another of similar quality/performance for less.
RX radiator is about 25mm thicker than the RS radiator.
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rs vs rx is the difference in radiator.One is thicker(rx) than (rs) wish I knew that before I ordered my rs360 lol.I also ordered different tubing and fittings.
    
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Pump is a bit weak and not the best quality, most people don't have a lot of issues with it and if you do xspc's customer service is great.
You'll want to replace the tubing, the block is fine.
No you can't build another of similar quality/performance for less.
RX radiator is about 25mm thicker than the RS radiator.
do you think the thickness is worth the difference in price?

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do you think the thickness is worth the difference in price?

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I do. Won't do wonders with a cpu only loop, but if you throw in a gpu too it would be worth it.
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I do. Won't do wonders with a cpu only loop, but if you throw in a gpu too it would be worth it.
I have a non ref 570. Can I put just a gpu block on it? Also how much of a performance difference between the two with a gpu and cpu.


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Edited by Eagle1337 - 7/31/11 at 10:51pm
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I have a non ref 570. Can I put just a gpu block on it


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I'm having a tough time finding a clear answer for the HD 570, maybe someone else will know. Some non ref cards are supported, some are not.

You can always use a universal block instead of a full cover block.
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I'm having a tough time finding a clear answer for the HD 570, maybe someone else will know. Some non ref cards are supported, some are not.

You can always use a universal block instead of a full cover block.
what about the edited part of my post.

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what about the edited part of my post.

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Depends on the heat load, here's skinnee's graph.

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