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EK Supreme LT 360 + 800D + i5 and more...?!

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Ok!
Getting my new rig on wednesday.
Just replacing my C2D E6550 with a new mobo P55A-UD3 and the i5 750 (and new ram of course).
Would really like some proper water cooling and the EK Supreme LT 360 is a nice package that I can get for a decent price here in Sweden.
This is the kit in question:
http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/shop/ki...me-lt-360.html

Will this cool an i5 and a GTX560 (or similiar) without problem (stupid question I know, just wanna be sure), and if I wanna cool a GPU too, except for the VGA blocks what do I have to buy extra?
Also, I have the Corsair 800D, how hard would it be to connect another radiator?


Whats the big difference between these:
http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/shop/ki...me-lt-360.html
vs
http://www.ekwaterblocks.com/shop/ki...me-hf-360.html

Damnit, so much to choose betweeen
http://www.watercoolingshop.co.uk/XS...Kit_ASLZD.aspx
Edited by MuRRe - 2/21/11 at 8:08pm
post #2 of 13
Hey a fellow swede!

Either kit should cool an i5 and a GTX 560 no problem, the differences between the two are the CPU blocks, pumps, reservoirs, fitting quantity and price. One pump will push 800 L per hour and the other 400 per hour. One has six fittings, one has eight. If you have the cash go for the Supreme HF especially if you might add another rad or second GPU down the road. If you wanted to add a second radiator to your 800 D there are a few options, I chose to add a 120 to the bottom, other people have done some modding and added a 2 X 120. Have a look in this thread for some ideas: http://www.overclock.net/computer-ca...dian-club.html

Good luck with your build, there are tons of helpful people here so keep on asking away for great information.
Edited by Clox - 2/21/11 at 8:18pm
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Hey a fellow swede!

Either kit should cool an i5 and a GTX 560 no problem, the differences between the two are the CPU blocks, pumps, reservoirs, fitting quantity and price. One pump will push 800 L per hour and the other 400 per hour. One has six fittings, one has eight. If you have the cash go for the Supreme HF especially if you might add another rad or second GPU down the road. If you wanted to add a second radiator to your 800 D there are a few options, I chose to add a 120 to the bottom, other people have done some modding and added a 2 X 120. Have a look in this thread for some ideas: http://www.overclock.net/computer-ca...dian-club.html

Good luck with your build, there are tons of helpful people here so keep on asking away for great information.
Damn, thanks
Well, I do wanna get the Rasa RX360 Kit but it will run me another 500-600 SEK I think.
Anyways knows what Special Tech (The UK shop) charge for shipping within Europe?

It seems most people favor the RX360 kit over the Supreme HF 360.
For me it's mostly about avaliability
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Damn, thanks
Well, I do wanna get the Rasa RX360 Kit but it will run me another 500-600 SEK I think.
Anyways knows what Special Tech (The UK shop) charge for shipping within Europe?

It seems most people favor the RX360 kit over the Supreme HF 360.
For me it's mostly about avaliability
You must have added that XSPC Rasa kit after I posted? It's a great kit too, only thing i see I don't like is the tubing which is minor, you won't see much difference between 7/16" and 1/2". I prefer the 1/2 " due to looks and workability but the 7/16" has advantages as well.
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post #5 of 13
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You must have added that XSPC Rasa kit after I posted? It's a great kit too, only thing i see I don't like is the tubing which is minor, you won't see much difference between 7/16" and 1/2". I prefer the 1/2 " due to looks and workability but the 7/16" has advantages as well.
Actually I registered at Specialtech and got a a quote, wasn't that bad.
Gonna go with the RX360 kit instead, seems like the superior product.
Edited by MuRRe - 2/22/11 at 5:47am
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So I decided getting the RX360 from Specialtech.
Could someone help me just understand what exactly I need so that I can also connect another Radiator and for the GPU?

Are the pre-made fluids ok or should I just buy a dye and buy some destilled water?

Also, will the pump manage to get (except what is in the package) the water through a GPU block and extra radiator (either a 1x120 or 2x120)?
Edited by MuRRe - 2/22/11 at 9:24am
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dye's are okay sometimes those additives build up gunk in your pump. best option is to go distilled water and PTnuke and silverkillcoil.


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post #8 of 13
Don't buy a dye or re-made fluid, use pure distilled water and a silver kill coil. If you want color, get some better tubing.

Here is what I would get:

RX360 Kit
10 Feet XSPC 7/16" ID 5/8" OD Tubing - your choice of color
Silver Kill Coil
1/2" Fittings x4
Radiator of your choice
GPU block of your choice
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post #9 of 13
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Ok!
A question, the CPU block that comes with the 360 kit is the one that comes second?
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...d-roundup.html
It says 39,6C.
Why do I have to get another radiator and the other stuff?
Isn't everything included in the kit?
post #10 of 13
The radiator is included, I though you wanted to add a GPU block and a second radiator.

Personally for a single CPU single GPU setup that single RX360 is more than enough. If you don't want to add another radiator you would just reduce the number of extra fittings by 2 and remove the radiator. I would still keep the GPU block and replacement tubing though.
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