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Originally Posted by Kokin View Post

I'm getting about 68-80C with Prime95 blend when I set my rig at 5000@1.456V.
This is with the Rasa CPU block and the MCP655 set at 3 out of 5 (slightly slower than your mcp655-b, which is 4). I also use 2x Rasa universal GPU blocks and my rad is similar to the RX360 which has 3x 2150RPM GTs installed as push.

Well im running 5000 with 1.456-1.48 looks like and my temps are 69-81c priming for 20mins but thats with ht on i do have a 5970 full cover block and a 5870 full cover block the cards are idle tho probly only sending 50-100watts of heat and im running push pull on my rx360 and rx240.
Edited by Bal3Wolf - 5/3/12 at 10:45pm
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a rx240 and rx360 can cool a cpu 5970 and 5870.

right.
post #12373 of 13773
I have been wondering about this. I have a RS360 cooling my I7 920@4ghz currently and doing a great job, maxing at about 41c after an hour of prime. I plan on adding 3 gtx 285's to the loop and have not been able to figure out what kind of raddage I need to add. I'm think I'm going to add a Swiftech MCR220-XP. Hopefully that will be enough.
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I have been wondering about this. I have a RS360 cooling my I7 920@4ghz currently and doing a great job, maxing at about 41c after an hour of prime. I plan on adding 3 gtx 285's to the loop and have not been able to figure out what kind of raddage I need to add. I'm think I'm going to add a Swiftech MCR220-XP. Hopefully that will be enough.

That should be fine. I would suggest an XSPC EX240 or equivalent. With out looking it up, I am not familiar with the MCR220-XP. Looking at the model, it probably takes 2 fans? Do you already own the GTX 285s or will you be purchasing them?
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That should be fine. I would suggest an XSPC EX240 or equivalent. With out looking it up, I am not familiar with the MCR220-XP. Looking at the model, it probably takes 2 fans? Do you already own the GTX 285s or will you be purchasing them?

Yeah, the MCR220-XP is a 240mm slim stlye rad with a high fin density. I was actually planning on the EX240 but I think the MCR220-XP actually performs better from the research I have been doing. I already own the 285's but I finally found waterblocks for them, they are the revision 2 so it was not easy.
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Yeah, the MCR220-XP is a 240mm slim stlye rad with a high fin density. I was actually planning on the EX240 but I think the MCR220-XP actually performs better from the research I have been doing. I already own the 285's but I finally found waterblocks for them, they are the revision 2 so it was not easy.

Huh. Should handle them. Not sure how hot 3 of the 285 will be. I would almost suggest get another 360 if you have the room. I have a cpu with 2 560ti 448 cores with my rs240 and ex360 and they stay around 30 idle and 60 maxed out. That is with a somewhat weak pump too though.
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Hey guys, just wanted to drop in and ask a few questions.
I'm completely new to the wide world of water cooling, and all the information at my fingertips is a little daunting. I'm considering putting my next build under water (starting with the cpu, adding gpu's later), but being completely new to this, I want something a little user friendly, which the Rasa 750 RS240 kit appears to be.
So, first things first: How newbie friendly is this kit? I've read that it doesn't come with directions, but that part doesn't bother me, as there's a host of information in this forum alone that could instruct me on how to assemble it.
Second: How unheard is it to have a water cooling line burst open and ruin your computer's components? This is my biggest fear, especially considering this build is going to have a lot of expensive components (R4E, 3930k, 2x GTX 680's), and it's currently what's holding me back from buying a kit like this.
I've looked at Corsair's H series of coolers, but I've decided that if I'm going to do water, I'm going to do it right.
So, how is this kit?! biggrin.gif

Edit: Also, how is the expandability of this kit (mainly the pump)? Would it be able to handle the cpu+gpu+gpu, as well as 2 rads? If I end up having to upgrade the pump/res down the line it won't bother me too much, just curious is all thumb.gif
Edited by crazedsilence - 5/6/12 at 3:44am
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Hey guys, just wanted to drop in and ask a few questions.
I'm completely new to the wide world of water cooling, and all the information at my fingertips is a little daunting. I'm considering putting my next build under water (starting with the cpu, adding gpu's later), but being completely new to this, I want something a little user friendly, which the Rasa 750 RS240 kit appears to be.
So, first things first: How newbie friendly is this kit? I've read that it doesn't come with directions, but that part doesn't bother me, as there's a host of information in this forum alone that could instruct me on how to assemble it.
Second: How unheard is it to have a water cooling line burst open and ruin your computer's components? This is my biggest fear, especially considering this build is going to have a lot of expensive components (R4E, 3930k, 2x GTX 680's), and it's currently what's holding me back from buying a kit like this.
I've looked at Corsair's H series of coolers, but I've decided that if I'm going to do water, I'm going to do it right.
So, how is this kit?! biggrin.gif
Edit: Also, how is the expandability of this kit (mainly the pump)? Would it be able to handle the cpu+gpu+gpu, as well as 2 rads? If I end up having to upgrade the pump/res down the line it won't bother me too much, just curious is all thumb.gif

It's a great starter kit, with plenty of room for expansions. I've been water cooling for years (my first was an AMD Athlon with a homemade water block, electrical box for a res and using outdoor found pumps with car heater cores as radiators all back in the late 90's), and i've never seen a hose burst, there isn't nearly enough press for that to happen. The pump in this kit is 750 gph, so it's good a good amount of flow, but you may need to add a second inline pump once you start to add that much stuff, also check to make sure you are getting low restriction blocks. I'm only cooling my CPU (Raystorm) and a single GPU (EK GPU) with a 120mm RS radiator, and i still have plenty of flow, but with an additional radiator and water block, i think you would be pushing the limits of the pump. Hope this helps.
    
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Hey guys, just wanted to drop in and ask a few questions.
I'm completely new to the wide world of water cooling, and all the information at my fingertips is a little daunting. I'm considering putting my next build under water (starting with the cpu, adding gpu's later), but being completely new to this, I want something a little user friendly, which the Rasa 750 RS240 kit appears to be.
So, first things first: How newbie friendly is this kit? I've read that it doesn't come with directions, but that part doesn't bother me, as there's a host of information in this forum alone that could instruct me on how to assemble it.
Second: How unheard is it to have a water cooling line burst open and ruin your computer's components? This is my biggest fear, especially considering this build is going to have a lot of expensive components (R4E, 3930k, 2x GTX 680's), and it's currently what's holding me back from buying a kit like this.
I've looked at Corsair's H series of coolers, but I've decided that if I'm going to do water, I'm going to do it right.
So, how is this kit?! biggrin.gif
Edit: Also, how is the expandability of this kit (mainly the pump)? Would it be able to handle the cpu+gpu+gpu, as well as 2 rads? If I end up having to upgrade the pump/res down the line it won't bother me too much, just curious is all thumb.gif

That is the exact kit I started with. Paired with the knowledge on this forum I could not go wrong. It literally has everything you need. I still recommend using different tubing, but you don't have to.

As far as expandability of the kit. See my build log in my sig. I have benching and temps in there for everything.

I agree with Kaneda13, with 2 gpu and cpu the pump is a little stressed, but handles it. I might be getting another pump to put in line after a little while.
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That is the exact kit I started with. Paired with the knowledge on this forum I could not go wrong. It literally has everything you need. I still recommend using different tubing, but you don't have to.
As far as expandability of the kit. See my build log in my sig. I have benching and temps in there for everything.
I agree with Kaneda13, with 2 gpu and cpu the pump is a little stressed, but handles it. I might be getting another pump to put in line after a little while.

Different tubing as in a different thickness? Or just a different brand?
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