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Hay, soon I will be buying a sandy bridge build, and would like to get into watercooling, currently my budget is around £160 and I am looking into buying kits instead of custom loops, however if I can build a custom loop for £160 please give me some suggestions.

cool it ECO ALC 240 CPU Cooler
Rasa 750 RS240 WaterCooling Kit

these are the kits I have spotted so far, I am looking for kits with 240MM rads, as I would like it too go on top of my HAF 932.

So far I am edging towards the Cool it, reason is because its a fully closed loop, and cheaper, but would the Rasa perform better?
Or would a custom loop destroy them both? (that's if I can build one for £160)
post #2 of 12
The Rasa Kit is very good its also future proof as well. You can make it even better when you have more funds. I don't know much about the ECO though.
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The Rasa Kit is very good its also future proof as well. You can make it even better when you have more funds. I don't know much about the ECO though.
Yea, that's true, I have been thinking of adding a waterblock to my GPU, but would building a custom loop be better, and can I build one at that price?
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Get the rasa kit then get a GPU block.

I would recommend getting the RS360 kit.
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Get the rasa kit then get a GPU block.

I would recommend getting the RS360 kit.
Ah so a 360 rad will fit inside a haf 932, ok great, as i thaught a 240 rad was the max size
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Get the rasa kit then get a GPU block.

I would recommend getting the RS360 kit.
This. The kit goes for £150 inclu. vat. and would be easily expanded to include a GPU waterblock.

And yes, a 360 radiator will easily fit into a HAf-932 without any modifications.
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This. The kit goes for £150 inclu. vat. and would be easily expanded to include a GPU waterblock.

And yes, a 360 radiator will easily fit into a HAf-932 without any modifications.
Ok great, I found one on this site, and is actually cheap
http://www.specialtech.co.uk/spshop/...at=1262&page=1

Can I trust this site?

*edit* just noticed its out of stock
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Ah so a 360 rad will fit inside a haf 932, ok great, as i thaught a 240 rad was the max size
You might have to do a little modding. but I know guys do that kinda stuff all the time.

the RS360 will cool a cpu and gpu not problem.
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+1 for the Rasa kit.
    
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