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I want to cool my i7 and GTX480, but I will probably get another 480 at some point, just not in the near future.

To save money I was thinking of getting a RASA RS360 to start with, and selling that Rad to buy an RX360 when I get a second card. Would you guys recommend doing this? Would an RS360 rad sell for enough to break even vs an RX360 kit overall?

I'm sure half of you have been in my position before. What did you do, what would you have done differently?
Your going to need the RX360 to keep a i7 and 480 cool!
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Hmm, are compression fittings worth the investment? I'm thinking that in a month or 2 I may fully take apart my computer and paint the inside of my case. But while I'm doing that I might take apart the watercooling kit and replace the barbs/clamps with compression fittings and get 1/2 ID tubing. Would this be a good idea? Just thinking about things I can do to this sweet kit

PS - Got my 955BE overclocked to 4.2Ghz at 47c max core temp
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Hmm, are compression fittings worth the investment? I'm thinking that in a month or 2 I may fully take apart my computer and paint the inside of my case. But while I'm doing that I might take apart the watercooling kit and replace the barbs/clamps with compression fittings and get 1/2 ID tubing. Would this be a good idea? Just thinking about things I can do to this sweet kit

PS - Got my 955BE overclocked to 4.2Ghz at 47c max core temp
I think I'd rather have quick disconnects in a few of the most useful spots.

Does someone make less expensive no-spill fittings? (how quick they are doesn't matter) I was adding things up in Koolance's QDC store and had some sticker shock.
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where can i find a 480 kit?
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where can i find a 480 kit?

You can buy an RX360 kit and sell the Rad to me!

If people are using multiple Rads on the 750 pump, then I guess it can hold up to a 480 radiator.

I'm guessing there isn't much demand for one as a kit, so they don't make one.
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Trying to install my RX360 kit in a ATCS 840, but the screw holes on the rad don't line up with the adapter. Anyone else have this issue ?
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You can buy an RX360 kit and sell the Rad to me!

If people are using multiple Rads on the 750 pump, then I guess it can hold up to a 480 radiator.

I'm guessing there isn't much demand for one as a kit, so they don't make one.
no demand for a 480? idk, but i was told they sell them and i found one from a UK dealer, want an american one though because shipping costs would probably be horribad
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performance-pc has them
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performance-pc has them
no they dont
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I am need to all of this, but I am one that like to be safe then sorry. i just got my rs360 in and plan on adding a 120rad and two 580 block to the loop. If my system is now for more then a couple of hours it is a pain, so I was looking at back up pump/res. Any suggestions, as I plan to make the some purchases here next month. Also open for suggestions on blocks for the 580's
If you are looking for a spare or backup pump, then a XSPC DDC reservoir with one of BMaverick's DDC-1 pumps is a low cost alternative to the stock X20 750 pump. That's what I run now. This setup will have more pumping power and if the pump fails, you can swap the pump out quickly after draining the system. For redundancy backup, a XSPC dual or triple DDC top with a bay reservoir is another option. You can run mulitple pumps in series with the top and if one pump fails, the system still works, just with reduced flow rate.

http://www.xs-pc.com/manual/ddcbayresone.pdf

http://www.xs-pc.com/products/laing-...for-laing-ddc/
     
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