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it will be plenty, i didnt even use all of it up in my 650D and they are about the same size case

All right, thanks thumb.gif
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Looking at getting an XSPC Raystorm Kit ( EX240 or RX240 ). My question is, which rad setup would perform better using Scythe Ultra kaze 3000's cooling an i5 3570k. My understanding is the EX240 has higher fin density over the RX240. I am going to be running High (CFM-Static Pressure) fans so would the EX240 out-perform the RX in this situation ? Thanks

Also rad size does not matter as this rad is being mounted on the rear of a Antec 1200. smile.gif
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Looking at getting an XSPC Raystorm Kit ( EX240 or RX240 ). My question is, which rad setup would perform better using Scythe Ultra kaze 3000's cooling an i5 3570k. My understanding is the EX240 has higher fin density over the RX240. I am going to be running High (CFM-Static Pressure) fans so would the EX240 out-perform the RX in this situation ? Thanks
Also rad size does not matter as this rad is being mounted on the rear of a Antec 1200. smile.gif

Get an ex360 then. The ex series is made to perform really well with high speed fans. I am not sure that the ex 240 would out perform the RX 240 using the same fans. The main difference is the RX series let you use slower/quieter fans to get really good performance.
post #12354 of 13773
The EX rads can outperform the RX rads when running at about 1800RPM or higher, so you should be good. thumb.gif

Even at lower speeds, the EX rad is only about 1-2C higher than the RX.
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The EX rads can outperform the RX rads when running at about 1800RPM or higher, so you should be good. thumb.gif
Even at lower speeds, the EX rad is only about 1-2C higher than the RX.
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Get an ex360 then. The ex series is made to perform really well with high speed fans. I am not sure that the ex 240 would out perform the RX 240 using the same fans. The main difference is the RX series let you use slower/quieter fans to get really good performance.

Thank you both for your opinion's smile.gif

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I have an RS240 kit, I was just wondering if the pump is powerful enough for a CPU and GPU loop and if I need to add a second radiator or not. If so will a rear mounted 120mm work or would I have to mod my Phantom to have an extra 240mm at the bottom of my case?

Actually never mind, just look at the page prior and found an answer, thanks Fultonloyn even through you didn't answer my question. it was literally the the same as the one I was asking. thumb.gif
Edited by Deeya - 5/1/12 at 9:05pm
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Actually never mind, just look at the page prior and found an answer, thanks Fultonloyn even through you didn't answer my question. it was literally the the same as the one I was asking. thumb.gif


Sure! Glad I could help you. As a loose rule...you should add 120mm of rad space for each block on your loop.
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Question to rasa 750 owners. Is it safe to drop kill coil in res or can it be sucked in the pump? Would appreciate the help. Sorry if this is posted in wrong place.
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post #12359 of 13773
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Sure! Glad I could help you. As a loose rule...you should add 120mm of rad space for each block on your loop.

I would say 120mm rad space per block + an addition 120mm if you overclock/overvolt. A double-thick 360mm rad on my CPU + 2 GPUs is barely cutting it, at least for my CPU.
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Question to rasa 750 owners. Is it safe to drop kill coil in res or can it be sucked in the pump? Would appreciate the help. Sorry if this is posted in wrong place.

You can reshape the kill coil. I just expanded mine a bit more and dropped it right in. I just chills on the right side of the res.
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