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i got yate loons highs on my rx360 their in the 2000 range and they work great The rx360 is a thick rad its 60mm thick. Id way for more people to chime in on the rad and look over your build its always good for more to look it over make sure nothing was missed or wrong im going to bed lol its 8am and i havet been able to sleep.
Alright, good night mate, have a good nights sleep.


Would be cool to hear other peoples opinion on my choice of watercooling equipment
post #22 of 69
meticadpa was mistaken for most of his post. The XSPC RS360 radiator has higher FPI than the RX360, making it worse than the RX at lower fan speeds.

That EK Radiator is worse than either of the XSPC Radiators - it simply doesn't perform as well at any fan speed. That Skinnee Labs review shows it well. I would definitely try and get the XSPC RX360.

As for fans you could use 1500 RPM fans and still be 100% fine, with the amount of radiator power you have you won't need high RPM fans to get a decent water-air delta.

EDIT: I like the rest of your cart, you have some good items chosen.
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post #23 of 69
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meticadpa was mistaken for most of his post. The XSPC RS360 radiator has higher FPI than the RX360, making it worse than the RX at lower fan speeds.

That EK Radiator is worse than either of the XSPC Radiators - it simply doesn't perform as well at any fan speed. That Skinnee Labs review shows it well. I would definitely try and get the XSPC RX360.

As for fans you could use 1500 RPM fans and still be 100% fine, with the amount of radiator power you have you won't need high RPM fans to get a decent water-air delta.

EDIT: I like the rest of your cart, you have some good items chosen.
Thanks

Edited the Shopping cart now.

As you might notice, Im doing Push/pull on both radiators. What would I have to use to Fasten all of this to the Case?

with 8fans and 1 fan in the front of the case and one on the side, I might as well get a fan controller for the Radiator fans. Can you suggest any?

Edited by Norlig - 1/4/11 at 6:07am
post #24 of 69
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Was just wondering, Is the Threads that is used in the Fittings the same for all fittings?

Same threads on CPU block, GPU block, Radiators, etc?
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Was just wondering, Is the Threads that is used in the Fittings the same for all fittings?

Same threads on CPU block, GPU block, Radiators, etc?
g 1/4 is used on a ton of stuff but when you get somthing you gota read the specs of it to make sure. I think everything you got in your cart uses g 1/4 threads.
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post #26 of 69
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meticadpa was mistaken for most of his post. The XSPC RS360 radiator has higher FPI than the RX360, making it worse than the RX at lower fan speeds.

That EK Radiator is worse than either of the XSPC Radiators - it simply doesn't perform as well at any fan speed. That Skinnee Labs review shows it well. I would definitely try and get the XSPC RX360.

As for fans you could use 1500 RPM fans and still be 100% fine, with the amount of radiator power you have you won't need high RPM fans to get a decent water-air delta.

EDIT: I like the rest of your cart, you have some good items chosen.
Please explain why you think that XSPC RS360 is better than EK 360 at any fan speed, to me it looks like EK is slightly better with low speed fans and with high speed fans performance is just about the same.


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post #27 of 69
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What is the chances that the Top Radiator might be hanging so far down, that it comes in contact, or blocks the back 120mm Radiator?
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Please explain why you think that XSPC RS360 is better than EK 360 at any fan speed, to me it looks like EK is slightly better with low speed fans and with high speed fans performance is just about the same.


Sorry, that was a mistake. The RS360 is slightly worse than the EK radiator, however it is 1/2 as thick so it would be a good idea for a small case. The RX360 is better than the EK radiator (at every fan speed) and considering they are the same size the RX is the obvious winner.
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post #29 of 69
heres the stats for the rx360 you see it does perform better then the ek rad. At 1000 rpms its 60watts better cooling and when you start to get around 1700-1800 rpms its over 100 watts better.

Edited by Bal3Wolf - 1/4/11 at 7:24pm
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post #30 of 69
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heres the stats for the rx360 you see it does perform better then the ek rad. At 1000 rpms its 60watts better cooling and when you start to get around 1700-1800 rpms its over 100 watts better.
I know that RX360 is better, I was saying that RS360 isn't.
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