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I am new here and been reading a lot of post starting with the H50 club and many others, but it is time to move up not by need but fun LOL. So been looking at the XSPC Rasa 750 RS240 Kit and will be picking one up soon. Now for my question, Dose anyone think that the cpu mounting looks like a cheesy ghetto mod for the AMD and the one for the Intel is nice and clean even the thumb screws look better? I have seen this with other blocks as well it seems that amd is a afterthought next to Intel. (IMHO)
Please don't get me wrong I like Intel if income allowed it would be a i7 all the way, but I am looking at the am3+ dozer.
So my plan is to make a new hold down plate to fit the block and use the thumb screws for the Intel. I will need to draw it out in my AutoCADD and CNC program to get it just right. I will see how it goes when I get the kit in a few weeks by then they will have the new pumps in place. I will get some pix of my rig up soon.
I thought I read like a thousand posts back (LOL) someone saying that the Intel screws fit the amd back plate without any mod. Of course this was the day after I installed mine (including drilling out the back plate) so I now have no way to verify it. Just going on memory here and as you can see there's waaay to many posts to keep things straight in this thread.
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post #3912 of 13773
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I thought I read like a thousand posts back (LOL) someone saying that the Intel screws fit the amd back plate without any mod. Of course this was the day after I installed mine (including drilling out the back plate) so I now have no way to verify it. Just going on memory here and as you can see there's waaay to many posts to keep things straight in this thread.
They fit the H50/70 backplates. That's how I have it set up. Not sure they would line up with the Intel backplates.
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Originally Posted by RaCeR123 View Post
Before and After.

Running Prime at the moment but temperatures seems to be about the same.


Temperatures are at around 47C. Running 4.1ghz @ 1.48

Do those temps sound right or are they high?
Did you use a backplate?
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I thought I read like a thousand posts back (LOL) someone saying that the Intel screws fit the amd back plate without any mod. Of course this was the day after I installed mine (including drilling out the back plate) so I now have no way to verify it. Just going on memory here and as you can see there's waaay to many posts to keep things straight in this thread.
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Ok, so I took a nice little nap. In the process of waking up I realized something. The assembly screws that come with the Intel socket adapters actually screw into the Amd backplate. Needless to say I canceled my order of the Noct back plate. Wish I was always "smart" lol
yes, you read right!
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I thought I had put my fans as Intake when I was assembling everything but I can feel a lot of air coming up from the top of the case as if they are set to exhaust. I included a picture so you can see. If they are set to exhaust I will probably switch them around when I pull everything apart to install some GTs from the group buy.
I haven't checked the last two pages (@100 posts per page) so forgive me if you've already figured it out or someone else has already replied.
Your fans are intake. You can tell by the shape of the blades. But the easiest way to test is to put a piece of tissue over the fans and see what happens.

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lol this thread is huge.
Ikr! I've been following since the beginning, and I still haven't put my kit together!
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I haven't checked the last two pages (@100 posts per page) so forgive me if you've already figured it out or someone else has already replied.
Your fans are intake. You can tell by the shape of the blades. But the easiest way to test is to put a piece of tissue over the fans and see what happens.


Ikr! I've been following since the beginning, and I still haven't put my kit together!
SHAME on you. You are here by banished from this thread till you post pictures of your working rasa kit. Now OFF with you.
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SHAME on you. You are here by banished from this thread till you post pictures of your working rasa kit. Now OFF with you.
Pssh. I haven't finished my case mod so I've got no rig to put it in yet
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I thought I read like a thousand posts back (LOL) someone saying that the Intel screws fit the amd back plate without any mod. Of course this was the day after I installed mine (including drilling out the back plate) so I now have no way to verify it. Just going on memory here and as you can see there's waaay to many posts to keep things straight in this thread.
maybe we need an official thread just for important information & let this one run it's course. That way the other one would have important information & be easier to manage/keep track of things. :S

My point being replies can be posted here & useful links, kit info, install info n such can be based in the other as this thread is far from easy to keep track of anything in lol.
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I thought I read like a thousand posts back (LOL) someone saying that the Intel screws fit the amd back plate without any mod. Of course this was the day after I installed mine (including drilling out the back plate) so I now have no way to verify it. Just going on memory here and as you can see there's waaay to many posts to keep things straight in this thread.
That is the plan for the back plate, It is the hold down plate on top of the block that needs style like the Intel top plate. I did read about the back plate mod but that plate is not seen in a windowed case. If you look at the two top hold down plates side by side you can tell the differance more thought was given to Intel amd not amd (imho).
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Hi all.

A little update if I may

from this . .




to this. .


Less lights



Pump should hold up longer now

Peace
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