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Hi all, I upgraded my case to a Corsair 600T white (love it!) so I could have space for water cooling (last case was just too tight). I'm looking into the XSPC Raystorm EX240.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16070/ex-wat-210/XSPC_Raystorm_EX240_Universal_CPU_Water_Cooling_Kit_w_D5_Variant_Pump_Included_and_Free_Dead-Water.html?tl=g30c321s1310#blank

and ill be adding a Phobya Xtreme 200mm Radiator

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12103/ex-rad-186/Phobya_Xtreme_200mm_Radiator_-_Version_2_-_Full_Copper.html?tl=g30c95s1344#blank

to complete my i7 3820 w/ Titan sli. Is the pump from the kit good enough for this set up? Does anyone own this kit that would provide some feedback? Thanks biggrin.gif
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Anyone?
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The D5 is an excellent pump. That's a great starter the kit. The EX240 is fairly thin and should fit in the top of the 600T with ease, depending on the motherboard you have. The 240 in combination with the 200 should be enough for the components you listed. Be sure to post pics, sounds like the beginnings of an awesome rig. thumb.gif
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The D5 is an excellent pump. That's a great starter the kit. The EX240 is fairly thin and should fit in the top of the 600T with ease, depending on the motherboard you have. The 240 in combination with the 200 should be enough for the components you listed. Be sure to post pics, sounds like the beginnings of an awesome rig. thumb.gif

yay thanks a lot! Just trying to find some good tubing, the size is confusing. It comes with 8 Feet - 7/16" x 5/8" Clear so I assume thats the only size I can use right?
post #5 of 7
Yes as it uses compression fittings. You would need to chane fittings to use different size tubing. Don't forget to post pics when done!!!!!
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 920 @4.5 Asus P6x58D Premium HIS 7870 IceQ 8gigs G-Skill 
Hard DriveOSMonitorPower
WD 500gb Windows 7 x64 Asus ms226 Nzxt 850 
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Nzxt phantom 410 
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WD 500gb Windows 7 x64 Asus ms226 Nzxt 850 
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Nzxt phantom 410 
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Yes as it uses compression fittings. You would need to chane fittings to use different size tubing. Don't forget to post pics when done!!!!!

Oh I will smile.gif, decided to get the same everything but change the fittings to I can use the Tygon R-3603 3/8" ID (5/8" OD) tube.
Do I still need a coil if I use http://www.frozencpu.com/products/16705/ex-liq-220/XSPC_EC6_High_Performance_Liquid_Cooling_Premix_Coolant_-_1L_-_Blood_Red.html?tl=g30c337s1714#blank, yea dumb question but I have no idea lol
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No question is dumb there is a lot to take in your first time. No need for kill coil with that premix. I have no personal experience with XSPC premix but if it was me I would use regular distilled water and http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_381_1071_1072&products_id=36211

It's a personal decision though. Just throwing out another option.
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7 920 @4.5 Asus P6x58D Premium HIS 7870 IceQ 8gigs G-Skill 
Hard DriveOSMonitorPower
WD 500gb Windows 7 x64 Asus ms226 Nzxt 850 
Case
Nzxt phantom 410 
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i7 920 @4.5 Asus P6x58D Premium HIS 7870 IceQ 8gigs G-Skill 
Hard DriveOSMonitorPower
WD 500gb Windows 7 x64 Asus ms226 Nzxt 850 
Case
Nzxt phantom 410 
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