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XSPC EX360 kit dirt cheap i think.

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Should get this kit? I found it for around 100 bucks. Its a complete kit, cpu block rad pump and res. Im soo new to water coolers and was about to jump on the corsair h series. The only problem id have is my case has room for it but will be blocking 60mm worth of fans 30mm on each side. The case is a c70. Any thoughts? My case is set in stone i won't change it.
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That's a really good price if is complete and going to be functional in your case. Even if you grab that and a 240mm rad to replace the 360 you'll still be in front by a fair bit. (Assuming my estimation on conversion rates is right.
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Is it the Raystorm D5 or the Raystorm 750?

Aussie prices but:
http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=207_160_45&products_id=24519

http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=207_160_45&products_id=24223

I'd go the XSPC kit for sure and just grab a rad that is more functional for your case if you are worried about it.
Edited by WheelZ0713 - 11/14/13 at 8:41pm
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id have to say the d5 . But the D5 Dual Bay Reservoir isn't right. it looks like this one
http://www.pccasegear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=207_160_299&products_id=15108 i think it might be that one. no idea what pump he was selling cuz the d5 is built in...


added. Its a pump/res by the pic i can see one blue blade on the left side... still like the link up top. cants find it online but so far looking good.
Edited by JBizz - 11/14/13 at 9:42pm
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Wait. I found the pump n res... Close to the second one you posted. Im still kind scared of water cooling systems. Maybe i should just grab it and hang on to it maybe sell it
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noting better as the source to point out which kit exactly smile.gif http://www.xs-pc.com/watercooling-kits/

I dont understand your 60mm issue.. can you elaborate?
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Its not one of the kits. It has a different pump along with a res. That doesn't match the kits. He got it off some site that sent it to him as a kit. I can post all the parts up again tonight.
The 60mm is how much radiator is block on the top of my case. I have the Corsair c70. Which has a top vent thats 300mm long. The radiator is 360mm long. So if i was to put the radiator up top and center it under the top vent it would be covered on each end 30mm. Get it?

Example:

.... [ case vent ]
[ radiator 360mm long ]

Hah. I think i might not get it. N just grab a h100 or smaller. Id still jave to order more lines, fitting, fluid, took it all up, never done it. Dont know how to test the system. But i know my i5 2500k would love it.
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if you feel you are in over your head, and because of the 300mm , you are probably better of with a Swiftech 220 / CM Glacer / Seidon / Kraken / h100 ... less hastle, just "drop-in" smile.gif
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Its not one of the kits. It has a different pump along with a res. That doesn't match the kits. He got it off some site that sent it to him as a kit. I can post all the parts up again tonight.
The 60mm is how much radiator is block on the top of my case. I have the Corsair c70. Which has a top vent thats 300mm long. The radiator is 360mm long. So if i was to put the radiator up top and center it under the top vent it would be covered on each end 30mm. Get it?

Example:

.... [ case vent ]
[ radiator 360mm long ]

Hah. I think i might not get it. N just grab a h100 or smaller. Id still jave to order more lines, fitting, fluid, took it all up, never done it. Dont know how to test the system. But i know my i5 2500k would love it.

Even with the case blocking off 60mm of the rad. You are still getting 300mm of perfectly functional rad space which is more than you will get out of any closed loop system.

There is a Youtube video (i'd link it if work didn't block access) that is a really good guide on installing an XSPC custom loop. It gave me the confidence to want to try it, check it out and it won't be anywhere near as daunting.

I brought myself a closed loop cooler (Thermaltake extreme 2.0) a week before i started looking into custom loops and i am now kicking myself that i didn't spend the extra coin on one.

Lines, fittings and fluid won't cost you very much and would be well worth the spend if you ask me.
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