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Originally Posted by SlideRulz View Post
Just for grins, take a look at this kit. I thinks it's a much better pump and you can add to it later.

http://www.crazypc.com/products/PX93800.html
AAhh.... I am liking this kit.... add the gpu block and i'm at 350....
    
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That's the one I did and added a 360 black ice in the top.
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Yikes! lol! thats alotta stuff in one case!

That gpu block you pointed out, that comes with the correct ramsink you mentioned?
    
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"Yikes! lol! thats alotta stuff in one case!"

Yeah, I got some cleaning up to do...waiting on a couple other things to come in the mail though.

"That gpu block you pointed out, that comes with the correct ramsink you mentioned?"

The one on crazypc that you asked was the right one said that it came bundled with the mcw80.
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I think the 220 radiator MIGHT be enough, but you will likely want/need a 320 for the cpu and gpu if you overclock at all.
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Lol, anyone got a discount code for Crazypc.com?
    
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OK. I'm done toyin with the corsair h50/h70's. I'm gonna grab a XSPC Rasa 750 RS240 kit.

My first question is, can i add a gpu block to this? And which do you prefer for an Evga gtx 480 sc?
As your experience already tells you, a single 120mm Rad can cool a single CPU with decent amount of OC. That 240 kit your looking at is a great kit and the rasa water block is arguably the second best performing block you can buy with a fantastic price point. The challenge with only using a 240mm rad is they have more than enough cooling performance for a CPU but not quite enough for a CPU + GPU with any level of OC. That 480 runs really hot, so you would be pushing it running a 480 and CPU if you wanted to do any OC.

You should really look at the 360 version of that rasa kit if you want to add your GPU to the loop. The EK, Danger Den, and Koolance blocks are all rated very well. I personally like EK, but I am a bit of an EK fan boy.



If you want to add a GPU block to your loop you will need 2x barbs and maybe}"
a few feet of extra tube for the extra routing required.
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As your experience already tells you, a single 120mm Rad can cool a single CPU with decent amount of OC. That 240 kit your looking at is a great kit and the rasa water block is arguably the second best performing block you can buy with a fantastic price point. The challenge with only using a 240mm rad is they have more than enough cooling performance for a CPU but not quite enough for a CPU + GPU with any level of OC. That 480 runs really hot, so you would be pushing it running a 480 and CPU if you wanted to do any OC.

You should really look at the 360 version of that rasa kit if you want to add your GPU to the loop. The EK, Danger Den, and Koolance blocks are all rated very well. I personally like EK, but I am a bit of an EK fan boy.



If you want to add a GPU block to your loop you will need 2x barbs and maybe}"
a few feet of extra tube for the extra routing required.
I am considering that 360 version, but then i gotta figure out where to put the rad. Not that the 240 was gonna be an easy install....

I know. Change the case. But i've got three of the same case and they look sexy together....

I've heard good things about the ek blocks too...
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I would really suggest not to get a full gpu block. If you get the "non full" gpu block, you can use it down the road with a different gx card...all you would need to do is get a different mount and ramsink...(approx. $35 vs $120)

I would agree about the 320 rad vs 220 as I said earlier.

You could mount on the back of case with the adapters if you didn't want to upgrade your case.

Ps. I still am not sure about the rasa pump.
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So, I'm looking at both blocks but the swiftech isnt a full coverage. Is that ramsink legit? Or should i stay looking for full coverage like the EK?
    
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