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I want to start water cooling and I was wondering if this kit is good to start with? I currently have a Corsair H100 but I want to be able to include my video card (or possibly in the future 2 cards) in the loop. Actually, cooling the video cards are priority #1 to me. I currently have a reference PNY 780 in a HAF 932 advanced.

Again I would like the capacity to cool 2 video cards and the CPU, is that doable with this? I really have no idea.
    
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it should be able to handle a CPU and a single GPU. 2 GPU's is pushing it, especially if youre overclocking. I dont have any experience with these kits myself, but personally I would not buy a kit. I would probably end up replacing all the parts in the end, thus increasing the costs.
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What would I need to cool 2 GPUs? A bigger radiator? A second radiator? I just have no experience with custom water cooling so I'm trying to wrap my head around what I'm going to need and how much it will cost. Looking at this kit is just a jumping off point for me.
    
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I'd add another Rad. I have the ex360 with d5 vario in my rig. Currently the 2x 7950's are cooled with AIO coolers. A nice 240mm should work for cooling two cards. Or if you can fit another 360mm even better.
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I think I could fit another 240mm rad where my drive bay is, but I may just end up getting a new case. From the reviews I've seen this seems to be a pretty solid kit.
    
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Yea, I think it's pretty solid. Like I said I have the ex extreme but I believe the rx has a thicker rad. I'm planning on adding a 120 monsta and then a 240 mm down on the bottom of my case to cool my 2 cards that are currently cooled by AIO'S.
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I'm not sure which XSPC kit the 'Raystorm RX360 V2 Extreme' is, but as long as it's one of their kits with a D5 pump and not one with their 750 pump then it's going to be a good value starting point for a CPU + GPU loop that will be expandable if you later want to add another GPU & rad or whatnot.

I would recommend replacing the XSPC tubing with a brand that doesn't suffer from plasticizer issues, like Primochill Advanced LRT.


Matter of fact, FWIW, if you're in the US Jab-Tech is having a 1/2 off moving sale right now and though they are sold out of almost everything it looks like they do still have some Advanced LRT tubing left at prices lower than I've ever seen it before. Someone correct me if I'm wrong but I think the tubing / fittings with the XSPC kits are 7/16 ID 5/8 OD.

http://www.jab-tech.com/index.php?p=catalog&mode=search&search_in=all&search_str=primoflex+advanced+lrt+7%2F16+ID+X+5%2F8+OD&x=85&y=15
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Here is the link: http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&manufacturers_id=149&products_id=40349

It was V3, not V2. I was very tired when I started this thread biggrin.gif
    
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