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post #91 of 2246
which fittings are you guys going with to match the raystorm? I was looking for something matte-black.
Edited by odditory - 10/20/11 at 5:38pm
post #92 of 2246
xspc black chrome low profile compression fittings
post #93 of 2246
Got mine today. Its so shiny and the brush aluminum finish is nice. Gona switch out the blue LED for a white one
post #94 of 2246
TFC 1/2x3/4 fittings fit without having to pull them a bit like the Rasa.

post #95 of 2246
I just wish the Raystorm would have a similiar mounting system to the EK easy mount, it just seems more consistent ya know? You don't really have to worry about putting it on too much to the left or right of it. The easy mount also makes it easier to install complex thermal appliances like Indigo Xtreme and such. Just saying!
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Originally Posted by Twinkadink View Post
I just wish the Raystorm would have a similiar mounting system to the EK easy mount, it just seems more consistent ya know? You don't really have to worry about putting it on too much to the left or right of it. The easy mount also makes it easier to install complex thermal appliances like Indigo Xtreme and such. Just saying!
I had the Supreme hf rev.1 and the mounting setup was more complex and took longer. But I agree w/ you, the setup adjustments are much easier on the EK than the XSPC.
Edited by wermad - 10/19/11 at 2:58pm
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I'm hoping this goes a bit easier then the rasa as I had to push down on it to get the screws into the backplate, with the acrylic arms on these cann't say I'd want to do that
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I'm hoping this goes a bit easier then the rasa as I had to push down on it to get the screws into the backplate, with the acrylic arms on these cann't say I'd want to do that
It is. I was worried about the same thing since the Rasa was a pita to get a few screws going. It looks like XSPC did longer screws this time with the Raystorm as it went on without any complications .
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It is. I was worried about the same thing since the Rasa was a pita to get a few screws going. It looks like XSPC did longer screws this time with the Raystorm as it went on without any complications .
thats good to hear.
I will hopefully have the screws I need for my rasa uni gpu as my asus gfx needs it's backplate I needed M2x30 instead of the ones that come with it, and they are a pain to get, why everyone cann't use M4's it would make life easy

p.s if it goes wrong and I end up on my old amd rig Il'l blame you as it as your build and a few videos from oc3d that made me think of going water
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thats good to hear.
I will hopefully have the screws i need for my rasa uni gpu as my asus gfx needs it's backplate i needed m2x30 instead of the ones that come with it, and they are a pain to get, why everyone cann't use m4's it would make life easy

p.s if it goes wrong and i end up on my old amd rig il'l blame you as it as your build and a few videos from oc3d that made me think of going water
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