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I have a swiftech mcr320 rad cooling just cpu right now and I'm looking to upgrade some stuff including moving the GTX580 to watercooling. I was checking out the Rasa rx360 kit because its a good deal but would this rad be enough to cool a GTX580 and 2500k? I plan on using yate loon high speed fans instead of their crappy stock fans. I was also looking at the RX480 and just replace my current radiator instead of a whole new kit. What do you guys think?
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Indeed, if you go like this

RES/PUMP > CPU > GPU > RAD > RES/PUMP
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I use a 360 and a 240 for Dual GPU card and an i7 @ 4.4GHz. Really good temps ;D
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I can't really see the benefit of switching from an mcr320 to an RX360. Despite the RX being a better rad, the upgrade is more than likely not going to be worth the price. However, the rasa block is a better performer than the gtz and I'm almost certain that your D4 is better than the pump that comes with the kit.

You can always just buy a block and then add a second rad or upgrade the rad. Your other parts are fine. You can also use more powerful fans with the current rad or do push/pull if you aren't already.
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I am somewhat concerned about the lifespan that my D4 has left in it. Its been run nearly 24/7 for 3ish years. I get good load temps on my cpu now but don't want to sacrifice too much performance by adding GPU into the loop. + reps guy thanks
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I had water cool gtx 580 with sigle RS360 rad my cpu ide 38c go up to 50c~54c
I did not like the temp so I add other 240mm rad and my cpu down to 45c now. But too much roop I like to just get the sigle Rx360 rad.
Is Ok ???? same as RS360 + 240mm rad = Rx 360 rad ?????

Please let me know ?????

now gtx 580 die(rma no stock) so i was gtx480 or hd 6970

here is my photo

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It can handle a cpu and a couple of highend gpu(s) quite nicely. Highly recommended
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