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How about these fans? I haven't heard anyone try these yet,

http://www.svc.com/tfd-12025h12zp.html
I saw those the other day. They have a max SP of 3.55 mmH2O. That's almost 56% more pressure than the AP-15 that come in at like 2.01 mmH2O! At 35 dba they could be a bit loud at full speed but with that pressure I bet you could run them at 75% speed, still have awesome sp (+2 MMh2o) overall and cool the rad down very well. AAAAANNNNNNDDDDDDD.... $5 cheaper on average than the AP-15's. Attractive option...

Only the color turns me off just a bit but thats just me.
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Originally Posted by Kahbrohn View Post
3/8 = .375

7/16 = .4375

Difference is like .0625

As long as you are using a good pump you should be good. Remember, all though it is true that decreasing the inside diameter of the tubing will increase pressure, it also makes the pump have to work more. See, the pump is going to try and keep a constant speed so by increasing the loop pressure, you MAY be putting additional strain on the pump.

In order to better answer your question, can we assume you are going to be using the XSPC pump/res combo? If not, what pump would you be using? What all would you be cooling with your loop? I'd venture to say that if you are only going to cool the CPU, give it a good try. I believe you will be good.
Yea res/pump combo. And only the cpu. (i7 920 @ 4.2) And thanks for the help bud! +rep

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You should have no problems with 3/8"ID tubing. There's no real differences between the 3/8"ID to 1/2"ID tubing accept for appearance.
Awesome and thanks! +rep
post #6993 of 13773
Lutro0 - You will be good with 3/8" ID tubing.

Post those numbers though. Pre/Post 3/8". Would be interesting to see actual number for comparison purposes. I am predicting at most, maybe, a 1*C difference in favor of the 3/8".
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What's the best US vendor to buy a RX360 kit from right now? And does anyone know of any promo codes?
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What's the best US vendor to buy a RX360 kit from right now? And does anyone know of any promo codes?
Try Jab-Tech... Promo code Facebook for an additional discount. I believe the 1st. post has other vendor and promo codes listed. :-)

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Unfortunately, Jab-Tech is currently out of the RX360 kit. Petra's has it. Can't seem to find any promo codes for them though.
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post #6998 of 13773
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Lutro0 - You will be good with 3/8" ID tubing.

Post those numbers though. Pre/Post 3/8". Would be interesting to see actual number for comparison purposes. I am predicting at most, maybe, a 1*C difference in favor of the 3/8".
I sure will and I just ordered the tubing. =) Amazon free shipping FTW.
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Thought I would pop in and show images of my new build, utilising the Rasa 750 RX360 kit.





Temperatures are: 57c load @ 4.5GHz 1.36v (in the process of overclocking)
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I sure will and I just ordered the tubing. =) Amazon free shipping FTW.
Lucky on the free shipping... Said it once, will say it again. These damn couriers are just plain scared to do ground service delivery to Puerto Rico for some reason. Sheeezzzzz... discrimination I tell you!!!!
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