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post #2441 of 13773
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I have a question here.. Would it be worth the extra $20 to get the RS360 kit over RS240?

I want to OC my 980x to 4.7GHz or so.
yes aboslutly i just built a customers computer with the rs360 kit on the amd x6 cpu, and we were able to reach 4.4ghz and it was idling at 15c and load at 28 after 2 hours of prime.
where i built another computer who also had the x6 amd and was sitting at 4.4( so pretty much the same) except it was on the rs240 and he was idleing at 24 load 36.

i understand that intel and amd are going to have different temps, but hopefully this gives you an idea of what a difference you cna get, not to mention being able to add gpu/nb/sb/mosfet blocks later on without worrying

also if u want to go extreme on jab-tech you can get the RX kits that are slightly more expensive but the rads are double thick so u get maximum cooling and you can use slower RPM fans
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hey guys. I want to add the RX240 and two EK blocks to my loop.

Will the 750 H20 Pump be good enough to support my RX360 and these added things?

I will be upgrading in due time, probably around april/may but I just wanted to make sure the pump can handle two more blocks and another RAD.

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Hmm not sure but some guy in this thread was running tri-sli - cpu with 3 or 2 rads
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post #2444 of 13773
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hey guys. I want to add the RX240 and two EK blocks to my loop.

Will the 750 H20 Pump be good enough to support my RX360 and these added things?

I will be upgrading in due time, probably around april/may but I just wanted to make sure the pump can handle two more blocks and another RAD.

Jam3s
you can, BUT it won't flow very much at all. Hell, mine wasn't flowing very well with just the externally mounted rad, gpu, and cpu. I mean it moved water, but not like I wanted it to. I'd upgrade to the mcp655-b just to be safe.
    
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post #2445 of 13773
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hey guys. I want to add the RX240 and two EK blocks to my loop.

Will the 750 H20 Pump be good enough to support my RX360 and these added things?

I will be upgrading in due time, probably around april/may but I just wanted to make sure the pump can handle two more blocks and another RAD.

Jam3s
the RX360 is more than enough for your cpu and gpu. The x20-750 can do it, but your pushing it. It has little head pressure compared to the Jingway, D5, and DDC.

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Hmm not sure but some guy in this thread was running tri-sli - cpu with 3 or 2 rads
That was me ! The pump can do it but its not ideal for long term longevity so a better pump would be in order. I upgraded to a DDC 3.2 (aka Swiftech MCP 355) as it has a lot more head preassure (4.5 vs 1.8)
post #2446 of 13773
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lower temps from more cooling area. If you have the space to put a 360, get it. its worth it
Would it fit fine in a HAF 922?
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the RX360 is more than enough for your cpu and gpu. The x20-750 can do it, but your pushing it. It has little head pressure compared to the Jingway, D5, and DDC.



That was me ! The pump can do it but its not ideal for long term longevity so a better pump would be in order. I upgraded to a DDC 3.2 (aka Swiftech MCP 355) as it has a lot more head preassure (4.5 vs 1.8)
Alright thanks wermad.

I will stick with the single RX360 and add two EK blocks to the loop.

You would recommend the MCP655 or the Laing DDC 355 right?
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Would it fit fine in a HAF 922?
From what I have, it should with modding.
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355 for all them blocks.
    
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355 for all them blocks.
I guess i'd need a new res as well then =/
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