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Hey guys, anyone have a loud pump? Not rattling but more like it sounds like its rotating out of balance with a slight whine? It also is not constant, but comes and goes. THB I am not sure it is even the pump but I have stopped all the fans and it is the only thing I can think of.
Hey Penryn!

Some people have loud pumps, others are dead silent. If it bothers you, you can ask XSPC for a replacement and they will ship it to you right away, no charge. (They usually won't even ask you to send back the one you have.)
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Noob question for the gurus here, if I was going to cool something like a 6990 and a 2500k what is the most cost effective loop to buy? Also how much of a performance difference does the RX360 kit make over the RS360 kit?
I have a 2600 and a single GPU and I am using the RX360 with great results.

I would recommend the same one for you. It should be enough, and you can always add another RX240 or RX360 later if you want. Your setup will run a bit hotter than mine, that's why I suggest going with at least the RX360.
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How have people gone with an RMA the Pump / Res combo in AUSTRALIA?
Because normally here you would just send it back to the supplier but as this is a kit they cant just sent you a replacement part (i asked today on the phone).
Do you know if XSPC will ship a part internationally?
Yes. Contact XSPC and they will ship it to you right away.
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Do you guys think the x360 rasa with just 1 rad and using the given pump is good enough to cool 2 gtx 470s oc'd? Just the cards! nothing else.
Oh yeah.
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Noob question for the gurus here, if I was going to cool something like a 6990 and a 2500k what is the most cost effective loop to buy? Also how much of a performance difference does the RX360 kit make over the RS360 kit?
RX radiators cool more than their RS counterparts. They are thicker so they have more "fin area" to help dissipate heat. Because of being thicker, you need to keep an eye out on how/where you plan on installing it. Depending on your case an internal radiator install may or may not be a bit tricky.

For those two components I would recommend a 360 radiator definitely. You may want to stick with the RX IMO. The RS may be able to handle those two components you mention BUT you will be limited in expanding beyond that. remember one thing, when WC'ing, you are making an investment that you want to get the most out of. I'd personally spend the few extra dollars in getting the RX kit and rest easy knowing I could probably x-fire in the future and not have to make additional investments on cooling (other than additional blocks, fittings and tubing).
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Got my XSPC Rasa 750 RS 360 earlier this week







Congrats! Looking very nice!
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Noob question for the gurus here, if I was going to cool something like a 6990 and a 2500k what is the most cost effective loop to buy? Also how much of a performance difference does the RX360 kit make over the RS360 kit?
At minimum, a RX360 kit, no less. If you can piece the kit together, then get a XSPC reservoir for a DDC or D5 pump and skip the X20 750 pump in the kit. With 3 cores to cool, you're better off with this in the long run IMO.
     
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post #8338 of 13773
would a rx360 fit on top of the haf-x? i read that its very difficult to fit a rx360. would a 932 be a better option?
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I just sold my RS360 kit. Does that mean i'm no longer welcomed in this thread?
post #8340 of 13773
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would a rx360 fit on top of the haf-x? i read that its very difficult to fit a rx360. would a 932 be a better option?
The HAF 932 make's it real easy to fit a RX360 + a RX120 in the rear

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