Originally Posted by rvaughn
Wow. Thanks for that link. I'm thinking the 360 is actually a better bet for me. I'm pretty sure I'll have no trouble fitting that into my switch 810 case. With nearly an 11 degree drop (maybe a bigger difference than that with an overclocked, hotter FX-8350) it sure seems like it would be worth it.
Added to Christmas wish list...
I have the RS360 Raystorm. Firstoff, don't get the Rasa, get the Raystorm. The pump that comes with the XSPC kits likes lower resistance blocks, and the Raystorm is a low resistance block.
I have 6 b-gears blasters on my rad in push pull, and the rad is externally mounted. I can run 1.4v CPUNB and 1.57 vcore with LLC and I see temps in the mid 50s running IBT. If you get RS 360, you will run into voltage walls before you run into temperature walls. Unless you somehow do something really wrong or your ambient temps are high or something.
The RS 360 is $20 more, but at frozenCPU it's $162. There's absolutely no point in taking h100i or any closed loop system over this. You won't run into a temp wall with the RS 360 Raystorm kit. At least, not if you set it up like I did. I strongly recommend RS 360 Raystorm kit.
Here are some pics for ****s and giggles:
I made the mounts myself. I went to the hardware store and bought a piece of aluminum, cut it off, and drilled mounting holes. I had to buy extra screws that could fit the extra fatness of the mounts. If you go that route, make sure you buy washers to space out the screws so you don't puncture your radiator.