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Originally Posted by wermad View Post
RX360 Rasa kit should handle the Rasa cpu and Razor gpu block very well. It can also handle one more gpu block. For the hot climate area you live in, you might want to consider some different fans down the road, I'd recommend some Yate Loon high speed for best performance, low speed for quiet performance, and medium as the best compromise between both imho. Good luck
Everything Wermad said! Planty of data and examples of the RASA pump and 360 rad. handling systems like yours and more with no problem. See the XSPC Rasa 750 Owners Club for lots of cool info.

Also see my specs. and gallery, the RASA Kit works great! Dropped my GTX580 by 35C (load) compared to the stock air "Vapor Chamber" it comes with (EVGA). At full load and on a hot day my GTX580 never goes above 45C, as opposed to 80C on air (my ambient is 22-25C). I have the Danger Den GTX580 block, and I've heard the XSPC block is very good as well. CPU block also stay equally cool.

SERIOUSLY STAY AWAY FROM EK WATER BLOCKS. They've had serious QC problems, and the customer service has been proven to be a joke. Many threads about it here, here and elsewhere on the web. I wouldn't even trust their copper blocks either.

Example:


Edited by SandShark - 8/11/11 at 3:20pm
post #12 of 21
edit: ^^^ that was me old EK gtx470 block





Add the RX240 as I suggested since your ambient temps are high in your area. Good luck and post some pics or start a build log.


Edited by wermad - 8/11/11 at 6:27pm
post #13 of 21
I dont think you would need an additonal 240mm rad to cool those. The 360 should be more than enough. Im cooling my 2600k at 4.8ghz and two 570's at 900core with 1 rx360 and a swiftech 120 and I fold on all three at the same time. Temps are great. rx360 can definately handle what your proposing. Even with quiet fans.

Youll find alot of people going overkill with radiator surface area in these forums. Truthfully, unless your folding, you only need 120mm of rad per component being cooled. I always like to add an extra 120mm to that though. But 1 360 and 1 240 is overkill.

Also the pump should be able to handle that just fine. I wouldnt go much more though or youll need a more powerfull pump. The x20 750 is generally recommended for cpu only loops or cpu+1gpu but no more.
Edited by AliceInChains - 8/11/11 at 9:38pm
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Everything Wermad said! Planty of data and examples of the RASA pump and 360 rad. handling systems like yours and more with no problem. See the XSPC Rasa 750 Owners Club for lots of cool info.

Also see my specs. and gallery, the RASA Kit works great! Dropped my GTX580 by 35C (load) compared to the stock air "Vapor Chamber" it comes with (EVGA). At full load and on a hot day my GTX580 never goes above 45C, as opposed to 80C on air (my ambient is 22-25C). I have the Danger Den GTX580 block, and I've heard the XSPC block is very good as well. CPU block also stay equally cool.

SERIOUSLY STAY AWAY FROM EK WATER BLOCKS. They've had serious QC problems, and the customer service has been proven to be a joke. Many threads about it here, here and elsewhere on the web. I wouldn't even trust their copper blocks either.

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EK still makes the best blocks. There new EN nickel plating is now available at many retailers. It does not corrode. I will still buy ek products. I just wont buy any of there older nickel.
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I dont think you would need an additonal 240mm rad to cool those. The 360 should be more than enough. Im cooling my 2600k at 4.8ghz and two 570's at 900core with 1 rx360 and a swiftech 120 and I fold on all three at the same time. Temps are great. rx360 can definately handle what your proposing. Even with quiet fans.
I spoke to him via pm, his ambient temps in Pakistan average about 38°c. So the extra rad will help his setup.

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EK still makes the best blocks. There new EN nickel plating is now available at many retailers. It does not corrode. I will still buy ek products. I just wont buy any of there older nickel.
Yes, but a lot of people are still pissed off on how they treated the situation, especially how they initially treated their customers (like me). That's why you see a lot of people not recommending them. Im still iffy but as I recommended, only the "EN" or copper versions.
Edited by wermad - 8/11/11 at 10:17pm
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i talked wemad via pm and he is a great guy...
@aliceinchain... brother i live in pakistan and the ambient over here is 38c-45C and so 120 rad wont be useful regarding the pump i asked wermad he said to me that the pump can handle 2 580s and a cpu with 2 rads.. 1 360 and 1 240...
post #17 of 21
You getting the XSPC razors or the Alphacool 580 blocks?





Edited by wermad - 8/12/11 at 12:14pm
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You getting the XSPC razors or the Alphacool 580 blocks?
i told u that how i get stuff,,,, getting xspc will be easy for me since here a person deals in xspc Wc kits.. and he takes order and import from other country so i will ask for xspc gpu blocks...
post #19 of 21
That Alphacool block looks so secsi though. Wish they made one for a 5770.

But yeah, I din realize OP was in another part of the world. Access at this point trumps all.

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i told u that how i get stuff,,,, getting xspc will be easy for me since here a person deals in xspc Wc kits.. and he takes order and import from other country so i will ask for xspc gpu blocks...
I see, they should perform well non the less.
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