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Some questions:
Is the RS240 still available? I can't seem to find it anywhere on the web. The RS360 is too large to fit inside of my case and the RX240 costs even more than the rs360.
How is the performance between the rs240, rs360, and the rx240? Does the rx240 outperform the rs360? (considering that it costs more)
Any of these should be fine for my Q9550, but if I upgrade to X79 with a 3820 or 3930K @ 5 GHz, would the RS240 handle the temps?

The RS are still available (click me), but at the same size you're better off going with the EX series.
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The RS are still available (click me), but at the same size you're better off going with the EX series.

Their kits with the EX cost about $100 more though (they only have the ones with the raystorm block) Isn't the RX better than the EK?
 
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post #12233 of 13773
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Hey gang, I recently got a fan controller to handle my fans, and while it controls up to 5 fans at ones, that won't even be enough to handle my rad alone once it's in push/pull. Is there a way to use a splitter to control, say, 3 fans with one 3pin lead from the controller? Maybe a powered splitter or something? Or just splitting the control wire to 3 (or even all 6) fans? Just seems like there's no reason to manipulate each rad fan individually. Those of you with fan controllers, how are you managing your fans?

You need to research the controllers watt per channel rating and compare the start up voltage for your fans (start up voltage is greater than running voltage) to determine how many fans per channel. These http://www.frozencpu.com/products/1090/cab-05/3-pin_Y_Cable_Splitter.html?tl=g47c251s635 are available in many configurations 3 or 4 pin, sleeved, length etc. You may want/need extensions too or choose to simply make your own harness which is always the cleanest way to go.
 
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You need to research the controllers watt per channel rating and compare the start up voltage for your fans (start up voltage is greater than running voltage) to determine how many fans per channel. These http://www.frozencpu.com/products/1090/cab-05/3-pin_Y_Cable_Splitter.html?tl=g47c251s635 are available in many configurations 3 or 4 pin, sleeved, length etc. You may want/need extensions too or choose to simply make your own harness which is always the cleanest way to go.

Thanks a ton. This was an extremely helpful answer! Looks like I've got some research to do.
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Their kits with the EX cost about $100 more though (they only have the ones with the raystorm block) Isn't the RX better than the EK?

The EX kits you are referring to cost $100 more because they come with a better CPU block, compression fittings instead of barbs, and a much better pump. They are the "Extreme" kits. They still sell the normal RASA 750 kits with both the RS and RX as shown here at the bottom of the page.

Yes the RX is a better rad, but it's also much thicker than the RS and EX. The only reason I mentioned the EX was because you said you were looking for the RS. At this point I don't see the reason to buy an RS when the EX is basically the same size and does a better job. If you have the room for the RX, by all means get it.

For reference, here are the EX and RX I just put in my system side by side: (EX top, RX bottom)

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The EX kits you are referring to cost $100 more because they come with a better CPU block, compression fittings instead of barbs, and a much better pump. They are the "Extreme" kits. They still sell the normal RASA 750 kits with both the RS and RX as shown here at the bottom of the page.
Yes the RX is a better rad, but it's also much thicker than the RS and EX. The only reason I mentioned the EX was because you said you were looking for the RS. At this point I don't see the reason to buy an RS when the EX is basically the same size and does a better job. If you have the room for the RX, by all means get it.
For reference, here are the EX and RX I just put in my system side by side: (EX top, RX bottom)

has anyone seen a side by side comparison of the RS and the EX. currently running my i7 860 @ 3.34GHz and a stock clocked GTX470 on a single RS240 (and doing a great job of it), but was wondering what the performance gains for moving to and EX240 would do me.
    
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Anyone have pics of these kits in a Corsair 400r case?
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http://www.overclock.net/lists/display/view/id/3774086

Obviously not mine and he's got a bit more than a 750 kit. But should still give you an idea of possibilities.
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post #12239 of 13773
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Some questions:
Is the RS240 still available? I can't seem to find it anywhere on the web. The RS360 is too large to fit inside of my case and the RX240 costs even more than the rs360.
How is the performance between the rs240, rs360, and the rx240? Does the rx240 outperform the rs360? (considering that it costs more)
Any of these should be fine for my Q9550, but if I upgrade to X79 with a 3820 or 3930K @ 5 GHz, would the RS240 handle the temps?

Look for the EX240.
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Hey gang, I recently got a fan controller to handle my fans, and while it controls up to 5 fans at ones, that won't even be enough to handle my rad alone once it's in push/pull. Is there a way to use a splitter to control, say, 3 fans with one 3pin lead from the controller? Maybe a powered splitter or something? Or just splitting the control wire to 3 (or even all 6) fans? Just seems like there's no reason to manipulate each rad fan individually. Those of you with fan controllers, how are you managing your fans?

Yes, I am controlling 10 with my nzxt sentry 2. It only has 5 headers. Just need to know the wattage of each fan at max and the wattage output of the fan controller and make sure it can handle the amount of fans you are connecting.
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