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haha, damn. i went from almost getting a hyper 212+ to almost getting an rx240/rs360. now you have me seriously considering just getting an rx360

from a $30 cooler to a $190 kit. there goes any hope of this being a budget-minded build lol.
Lol!

Don't worry, in a few months you'll be looking at pumps, reses, more RADs, etc.

But seriously: if you are only water-cooling your CPU, the RX240 is great. If you EVER want to add a GPU or two, get the RX360. It is what I have for my CPU and GPU, and I could not be happier.

I am thinking of upgrading my GPU at the end of the year to go sli, so I'm looking at a new case to house a couple 360/480 RADs.
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haha, damn. i went from almost getting a hyper 212+ to almost getting an rx240/rs360. now you have me seriously considering just getting an rx360

from a $30 cooler to a $190 kit. there goes any hope of this being a budget-minded build lol.
Hah, me too.

I currently have a Hyper 212+. At stock speeds, idle temps were under 30, and load temps for all cores stayed under 50 with GPU and SMP f@h cores running, hottest core would hit about 52 running Prime 95. However, overclocked to 4.4 ghz@1.3v (bumped down one multiplier from my initial goal of 4.5 ghz for the time being...running stability testing and 12 hours through a Prime 95 blend test thanks to a small vccio raise...before I was hitting 3-5 hours before a BSOD...but I digress) I'm at this moment hitting 50 on my coolest core, 57 on my hottest...with a 4 degree C ambient temperature reduction now that my air conditioning is once again working. When the AC was out, I was over 60 deg C on my hottest core. That much heat just makes me uncomfortable (physically and mentally), so I'm also planning on making my relatively budget build a little more luxurious and springing for an RS240 kit in a week or two to hopefully expand on at some point in the future with a GPU block and additional 120mm/200mm radiator. The only reason I'm not considering an RX240/any of the 360's is that I can't get it in my case, and want to keep everything internal...
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Lol!

Don't worry, in a few months you'll be looking at pumps, reses, more RADs, etc.

But seriously: if you are only water-cooling your CPU, the RX240 is great. If you EVER want to add a GPU or two, get the RX360. It is what I have for my CPU and GPU, and I could not be happier.

I am thinking of upgrading my GPU at the end of the year to go sli, so I'm looking at a new case to house a couple 360/480 RADs.
after some more measuring, i think i can fit an rx360 internally with some creative dremel work... yup. im pretty thoroughly convinced i need an rx360 now

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The only reason I'm not considering an RX240/any of the 360's is that I can't get it in my case, and want to keep everything internal...
haha i too, have the urge to keep everything internal. maybe you could fit an rx or 360 with some case mods? or you can be like jobotoo and get a new case
    
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post #8214 of 13773
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haha i too, have the urge to keep everything internal. maybe you could fit an rx or 360 with some case mods? or you can be like jobotoo and get a new case
I love my case. It's a Corsair, so all the loveliness that comes along with that (cable management, yum) but it didn't cost me $250 like an 800D would. Plus I'm thinking that an RS240 and the Phobya 200mm radiator (mounted up front) would probably be sufficient for a CPU+GPU loop, and if not, I could always mount an additional 120mm rad on the back and still have 4 side panel fans if need be.
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post #8215 of 13773
I love my 700D. I saved £80 by not having a window or hot swap bays. Still need to figure out a way to mount both rads internally though.
post #8216 of 13773
As most ppl change the tubing and fans from these kits I did a little test to see how much you save if you bought seperately so

XSPC Rasa CPU Waterblock Intel £44.99
1/4" High Flow Barb Fitting for 1/2 £9.30
XSPC X2O 750 L/ph 12V Pump Rev2 X6 £59.85
Nylon Hose Clamp x6 £0.49 Total £117.11

XSPC Rasa 750 RS240 £129.97 rad only £33.95 £151.09
XSPC Rasa 750 RX240 £171.29 rad only £58.99 £176.13
XSPC Rasa 750 RS360 £139.99 rad only £43.39 £160.53
XSPC Rasa 750 RX360 £194.98 rad only £72.99 £190.13

As you can see the only 1 you would make a saving on is the RX360 kit. As they cann't be makeing a loss on the kits it would imply that the individual prices are inflated by a large margin.
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post #8217 of 13773
im planning to buy one of those kits. could you guys do me a favor and confirm if rx480 is compatible with the nzxt phantom chassis?i think i'll be adding another gpu waterblock too...maaaan i wanna see those temps for 2600k on 5ghz...
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im planning to buy one of those kits. could you guys do me a favor and confirm if rx480 is compatible with the nzxt phantom chassis?i think i'll be adding another gpu waterblock too...maaaan i wanna see those temps for 2600k on 5ghz...
no phantom only just about takes the 360
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post #8219 of 13773
so i should put the rad externally then?or any good suggestions for getting the 480 internally?

and oh, one question, rx480 cant fit in even without the removable drive bay inside?
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post #8220 of 13773
i finally contacted xspc about the pump so hopefully i get a reply soon. for those who had faulty pumps, did u have to send in your old pump?
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