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What exact screw side goes through case, 25mm fan and into rad?

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=28276

Is that right?

I'm getting a RX 360 rad, does it come with the appropriate screws?

I really have no idea about these little things in water cooling. Only parts knowledge (lol, this is technically parts knowledge) and basic theory.
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Typically rads come with the screws...
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Originally Posted by fr0st. View Post
What exact screw side goes through case, 25mm fan and into rad?

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catal...ducts_id=28276

Is that right?
Yes, 1.25" 6-32 will do the trick, the RX360 comes with 12 of them so you will only need some more if you are doing fans in push / pull.
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why don't you buy the RX360 kit instead of RX360 rad Rasa CPU block and res/pump separately? The cost is like $10 less for the kit and comes with screws and fans.

Yes, screws are 6-32 1.25". just took one out and measured it.
    
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Originally Posted by GingerJohn View Post
Yes, 1.25" 6-32 will do the trick, the RX360 comes with 12 of them so you will only need some more if you are doing fans in push / pull.
Thanks, that's what I needed to know.

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why don't you buy the RX360 kit instead of RX360 rad Rasa CPU block and res/pump separately? The cost is like $10 less for the kit and comes with screws and fans.

Yes, screws are 6-32 1.25". just took one out and measured it.
I'm buying a better pump, and the place I'm buying doesn't have the Rasa kits.

Thanks for measuring, +rep.
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