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If i add the GTX590 later on to the loop do i need to buy another radiator or can i run them of the original that comes with the kit?

nooooo if you do that your temps will be horrible devil.gif, if you add another radiator like the XSPC EX240 then you will get good temps smile.gif.
Edited by AWESOME_3_SOME - 12/28/11 at 9:38pm
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So just need to add another Radiator to the loop when i add the 590. I keep same pump and reservoir i take it?
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post #13 of 23
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So just need to add another Radiator to the loop when i add the 590. I keep same pump and reservoir i take it?

yep you keep the same pump & reservoir, the only thing u need to add is another radiator and u ready to go thumb.gif. make sure u get the EX240 radiator it's the latest from XSPC, and it performs better then the one that comes with the kit
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post #14 of 23

Try out the kits offered by DazMode http://dazmode.com/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=178_179

 

It's just your standard XSPC 750 RS240 kit but with a different + better pump and a separate res.

 

Also try looking at the Raystorm kits as well...http://dazmode.com/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=178_201

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post #15 of 23
and when you put everything under water including your gtx 590, your set up should be like this. Res>Pump>Radiator>CPU>Radiator>GPU>back to reservoir. so u could have fresh water going to your gtx 590, that's why u need the extra radiator for smile.gif.
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Try out the kits offered by DazMode http://dazmode.com/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=178_179

It's just your standard XSPC 750 RS240 kit but with a different + better pump and a separate res.

Also try looking at the Raystorm kits as well...http://dazmode.com/store/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=178_201

the original RASA water block is a good block, he don't need the Raystorm it's only 2-3c lower for $65 so it's not worth it .
Edited by AWESOME_3_SOME - 12/28/11 at 10:11pm
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post #17 of 23
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the original RASA water block is a good block, he don't need the Raystorm it's only 2-3c lower so it's not worth it .


 

I know the RASA and Raystorm blocks are basically the same but what's included in the kit is what he needs to see...compression fittings, better pump, better rad, latest cpu block, better tubing (IMHO white looks real good), I would like you to compare the old RASA KIT against the RASA KIT that DazMode offers

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I know the RASA and Raystorm blocks are basically the same but what's included in the kit is what he needs to see...compression fittings, better pump, better rad, latest cpu block, better tubing (IMHO white looks real good), I would like you to compare the old RASA KIT against the RASA KIT that DazMode offers

all together it's going to be 5c lower at most compare to the old RASA Kit.
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post #19 of 23
hey CapitanPelusa i forgot to tell you that the clear tubing that comes with the Rasa kit is not good, cause after a while the tubing turns brown. so u better off getting the Primochill tubing cause it's better and it has a better turn radius.
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post #20 of 23
About to RMA my h100 and jump boat to the Rasa. Temp wise, it's not a deal breaker as I've witnessed my friend's Rasa kit in action with my own eyes before deciding. I believe they perform at a 2-3c difference.
Where it shines though is the aesthetics and best of all, if you like silence like me, It's almost dead silent with good fans. My h100 increases the RPMS of my fans drastically when it's under load.For the Rasa, you would have to adjust the fans via fan controller depending on how you feel about your temps but for the most part, I didn't find it necessary.

With Prime95 running, I experience load temps averaging at 55c((4.5ghz) but my friend's Rasa at the same clock speed (4.5ghz) averages around 52c. Both i5 2500k cpu's.We live in the same neighborhood so our ambient temps are about the same. Not a huge performance gain but for the noise, overall expansion capabilities and silence, for me it's going to be worth it.

I assembled it with him and it wasn't hard at all. Just common sense. Take your time with it as there's no instructions and just know there is an invisible plastic cover on the copper block.

Oh and for the EK H30, it may be better and a lot nicer but its a difference of 100 dollars. Might as well just pick and choose all your parts if you're going to spend that much.
Edited by yuisporing - 12/28/11 at 11:12pm
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