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yer im agreeing with the others a RS240 is great, it's what i have and load temps never over 43c and it is a crap load thinner than an RX,
i would on go for a RX240 if u where going to get more water blocks and add extra radiators, so really it's what u plan on doing in the future that should be the deciding factor, so if u only want to do the CPU the rs240 rocks
Your water cooling a chip that cant oc?

My concern is that if I want to expand in the future the RS 240 will be useless. Or at least I will wish for something better. But my gpu's are non reference so I'm kind of stuck there anyways. I'm thinking of just going with the RS for now.

How about this, whats better, rx240 with only push fans of rs240 with push/pull?

I don't think rx240 in p/p will fit in the top of my case.
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Your water cooling a chip that cant oc?

My concern is that if I want to expand in the future the RS 240 will be useless. Or at least I will wish for something better. But my gpu's are non reference so I'm kind of stuck there anyways. I'm thinking of just going with the RS for now.

How about this, whats better, rx240 with only push fans of rs240 with push/pull?

I don't think rx240 in p/p will fit in the top of my case.
RX240 with push or pull.
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RX240 with push or pull.
So its that much better huh. ok
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Your water cooling a chip that cant oc?

My concern is that if I want to expand in the future the RS 240 will be useless. Or at least I will wish for something better. But my gpu's are non reference so I'm kind of stuck there anyways. I'm thinking of just going with the RS for now.

How about this, whats better, rx240 with only push fans of rs240 with push/pull?

I don't think rx240 in p/p will fit in the top of my case.
an RX sounds like ur cup fo tea then,
and yes sadly i cant overclock but the water cooling was a gift and plan on having new GPU,CPU and motherboard with in the next 6 months, so i reasoned may as well start the water up now,
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I think I'm just going to go rs240. Seems like it will be an easier fit. This is my first time not looking to do a bunch of modding. I do like how the performance sounds on the rx though.

Decisions decisions.

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I think I'm just going to go rs240. Seems like it will be an easier fit. This is my first time not looking to do a bunch of modding. I do like how the performance sounds on the rx though.

Decisions decisions.

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decisions indeed,
a rs will do u fine so really dont worry, and if u are going to add a GPU in to the loop ur prob going to want a second rad any way, and rx120 for eg so performance wise with the cpu alone will be only a few degrees, ( at idle my temps are silly, it cant be reading them right, core 0 = 30c and core 2 = 13c lol, ) its when a gpu comes in that the extra heat transfer of bigger rads will be noticed,
really like the kits my self, got a doggy pump though, will have to send it back soon,
where u planing on buying it ? (just out of interest )
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Well this thread has sold me on the XsPC Rasa 750 RS240 kit. xD

Let me ask you guys something,... would adding on a single 120mm radiator to my rear exhaust fan make a noticeable difference? (so that would be the dual 120mm radiator up top and a single 120mm radiator in the rear)
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Well this thread has sold me on the XsPC Rasa 750 RS240 kit. xD

Let me ask you guys something,... would adding on a single 120mm radiator to my rear exhaust fan make a noticeable difference? (so that would be the dual 120mm radiator up top and a single 120mm radiator in the rear)
for CPU alone prob wont notice the difference, and u may as well get a 360, it is cheaper than 120 + 240,
however a 120 will be good if u are going to add a GPU block in later, really depends on what u want to add in future, the general feeling i get from this thread is a RS240 is enough for a cpu, and add a second rad if the is a GPU involved,
there is so many variables that all we can really do is recomend the decision will have to come down to how much u OC, and if u want to add a gpu into the loop hope that helped, if its not enough go back and read some of the older post in this thread, there is lots of people asking should i get X Y Z ..? and there is lots of good answers
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Just a quick update as requested, rattling noise in my Rasa kit is still there after completely draining and refilling the loop
and i got a reply from XSPC saying that they didnt find any abnormal sounds in the video i sent them even though it is completely audible.
I have no idea what to do with this situation.
very dissapointing service from XSPC so far..
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post #9310 of 13773
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Just a quick update as requested, rattling noise in my Rasa kit is still there after completely draining and refilling the loop
and i got a reply from XSPC saying that they didnt find any abnormal sounds in the video i sent them even though it is completely audible.
I have no idea what to do with this situation.
very dissapointing service from XSPC so far..
Post the video here please.

Also a picture of the instillation of the res if you can. (Does it make the same noise if you are holding it in your hand?)
Edited by Taylorsci - 8/12/11 at 8:56pm
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