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I have a quick question, lazy doing the search

Does this kit (Rasa 750 RS240) cpu block fit with the new intel socket 1155?

I'm planning to get this kit soon. Thanks
Yes. Any cooler compatible with 1156 will be compatible with 1155.

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I have a quick question, lazy doing the search

Does this kit (Rasa 750 RS240) cpu block fit with the new intel socket 1155?

I'm planning to get this kit soon. Thanks
As far as I know its the same as 1156, so it should work just fine.
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Yes. Any cooler compatible with 1156 will be compatible with 1155.
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As far as I know its the same as 1156, so it should work just fine.
Thanks. Just ordered the kit from my local store, hope it should be here soon.
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Thanks. Just ordered the kit from my local store, hope it should be here soon.
Ugh. I so want a RASA 360, but it won't fit in my CoolerMaster Storm Scout. I could settle for a 240 rad and mount it vertically in the drive bay area where my H70 rad currently sits -- I think.

What fans would you recommend if noise is of no concern to me (I currently use Ultra Kaze 3000's at full blast 24/7)
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i'm using ocz freeze with rice grain method. it could really be the ambient temp as i've already tried reseating. Ambient temp is arpund 29C.
Actually, now that I think about, I didn't use the 5mm pea size apply of Ceramique. I tinted the CPU block and applied a line 2mm wide of Ceramique instead. I did notice lower temps, but I also changed from the X20 750 pump to a DDC pump and increased my water to coolant ratio along with more tubing, so that could account for my lower current temps compared to my original build.
     
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New Primochill tubing, Bitspower compression fittings, and AP-15's in pull. Also, used a drop of blue Dawn liquid soap. Pump runs nice and smooth, and much quieter than before. Bleeding took about three minutes using the Dawn. I can attest to the validity of the soap working to eliminate bubbles and quiet the pump.

I also had to clean my CPU block. There were some small black particles in the grooves. Used hot water and ketchup.

AP-15's are everything everyone said they would be. They spin for about eight seconds after disconnecting power to the fans. Super quiet. Pushing much more air than the stock vans that came with the kit.



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My new fans are Koolance 120mm led fans from Performance PCs. At 2K rpms, they are quieter than stock fans supplied.
Edited by ezveedub - 2/26/11 at 8:10am
     
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a question, if i have my loop set up like this
res> gpu > cpu > rad

will the gpu's temp be transferred to the cpu? cuz everytime i do furmark, the gpu hits load 43 so as the cpu, my gpu idles at 30-32, and again, so as my cpu...if that's so, will adding a 120 rad between the gpu and cpu help?

thanks ^_^
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a question, if i have my loop set up like this
res> gpu > cpu > rad

will the gpu's temp be transferred to the cpu? cuz everytime i do furmark, the gpu hits load 43 so as the cpu, my gpu idles at 30-32, and again, so as my cpu...if that's so, will adding a 120 rad between the gpu and cpu help?

thanks ^_^
Im sure it will help a little but ive never seen gpu before cpu. Most of the time you do cpu first because it makes more heat then the gpu. When I go to water cool a gpu im going to run
res/pump > RX360 rad > cpu > RX120 rad > gpu
Edited by HiLuckyB - 2/26/11 at 1:04am
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Im sure it will help a little but ive never seen gpu before cpu. Most of the time you do cpu first because it makes more heat then the gpu.
hehe yeh i know, i did it that way because of the way my system is set... hard to WC a FT02 but i'll try something out to get cpu > GPU

Edit, Only way I can do it is

Res > Rad > cpu > GPu >

think that will work?
Edited by MorbEIn - 2/26/11 at 1:06am
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