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Hello need some advise.

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Hello, long time reader, first time poster.

I am wanting to move into the more "custom building water cooling" After using H60s and H100s lately, now they work fine for my 1090Ts, with and if the piledriver comes out and it's worth getting the "8350" i would like to get some UV lighting going on! I am looking into getting the switch 810 nzxt case OR the cosair Ob 800 series.

I will have a 7990 if they come out in this rig and would like to have a water block on it, so my question is, i'm new to this custom water cooling and over welmed by all that is offered. I have read that the XSPC Rasa 240 kit and 360 kits are good starters. should i go that way? And upgrade and add a water block for the ram and GPU with this kit? And i would like to add another 240mm rad in this kit can this be done only with one pump? or does it need a pump for each rad?

Thank you and happy building.
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Originally Posted by Suicidemoon View Post

I have read that the XSPC Rasa 240 kit and 360 kits are good starters. should i go that way? And upgrade and add a water block for the ram and GPU with this kit? And i would like to add another 240mm rad in this kit can this be done only with one pump? or does it need a pump for each rad?
Thank you and happy building.

Yeah I would def go with the Rasa kit,I just added to my kit and its still going strong.

BTW:Welcome to the OCN forums.
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you could get by with a single rx360 rad for your cpu and gpu...don't bother with the ram....if you need to go with 240 rad then yes you will need 2 at which point you should go with the more expensive "240 extreme kit" which comes with a more powerful pump which will be needed for the extra rad.....soooo...lol..ideally the rx360 and additional gpu block will be least expensive without sacrificing performance thumb.gif
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