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The 750 kit has the pump inside the reservoir, so you would need a different res for the D5. You might want a pump top for the D5 too, though that would depend on your choice of res for it. Make sure to get additional fittings for the extra rad too.

I've found that the D5 kit usually has compression fittings, while the 750 kit has barbs. Small price hike as a result, but not in the magnitude you're saying. Have you checked other stores?
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Not yet but i figured the 66% price difference between the rx360 and d5 360 kit wont result in a 66% performance difference.
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Not yet but i figured the 66% price difference between the rx360 and d5 360 kit wont result in a 66% . performance difference.

The performance isn't so bigger to justify that increase of price.

And you don't think in make your own custom loop? You can select better components and save some money

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The performance isn't so bigger to justify that increase of price.

And you don't think in make your own custom loop? You can select better components and save some money

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Ok, so it sounds like you are bent on a Bay Res system, and I'm not knocking them, I have 1 of them. Can you get this kit and a 120mm radiator in England?

XSPC Raystorm Customizable RS360 Universal CPU Water Cooling Kit w/ D5 Variant Pump Included - $249.99

It's a bay res for ease of installation. It has a nice D5 pump for reliability and quietness, the RS360 radiator has lots of capacity, the Raystorm CPU cover is top notch, and it includes ok fans, compression fittings, and tubing (ie it is a COMPLETE kit ... just add water). You can then just get another radiator, 2 more compression fittings, and you are done.

For $50 more dollars, they offer the thicker RX360 radiator as opposed to the thinner RS360 radiator: http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17639/ex-wat-230/XSPC_Raystorm_RX360_Universal_CPU_Water_Cooling_Kit_w_D5_Variant_Pump_Included_and_Free_Dead-Water_.html?tl=g30c321s1310
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As far as I can see that customisable kit isnt available in the UK.

I will ring up specialtech and see if they offer something like that.
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As far as I can see that customisable kit isnt available in the UK.

I will ring up specialtech and see if they offer something like that.

They already have it ...

RX 360 w/D5 pump and Raystorm block - http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/XSPC-Raystorm-D5-RX360-CPU-Water-Cooling-Kit--D5-RX-Series-Kit-pid-15994.html

RS 360 w/D5 pump and Raystorm block - http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/customer/XSPC-Raystorm-D5-EX360-CPU-Water-Cooling-Kit--D5-EX-Series-Kit-pid-15996.html
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