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Folks,

Just after some feedback please on the sort of temperatures you guys get with the XSPC rasa 240/360 kits? Temps with likes of i7 920, i7 2600k would be sweet. Also with these pre built kits, are they any good? Can you add cooling for GPU's too?

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You should do a search for the official rasa 750 kit owners club. Basically everything you just asked is answered within.

Sorry, didn't mean to seem like a dick. Here you go

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooling/882408-official-xspc-rasa-750-rs-rx120.html

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The 240 should be able to handle a cpu and a gpu and but the 360 kit can cool a cpu and 2 gpu's with the right fans.

its a great kit, havent heard any bad things about it yet.

Id get the RX360 kit if your looking to cool your i7 and 460's.
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Cooling a i5-750 and two 6950 with RX360 kit. And to top it all, I am running Gelid Silent 12. Not AP - 15 that is everyone's baby.
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I am running Gelid Silent 12. Not AP - 15 that is everyone's baby.
what do you mean>?
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Fans. If you ask here what fans you should use for radiators, you will get bombarded with Scythe AP-15. I have to believe they are awesome fan. But expensive and hard to get. I am using Gelid Silent 12 fans and so far they seem to be doing ok. Will I jump on some Scythe AP-15? Heck yeah - but no money and no place to buy.
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You're better off reading through the XSPC thread:

http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...-rs-rx120.html

As for the kits, they are good. Your main concern will be trying to get a RX360 or 240 rad to fit inside your case, unless you want to externally mount, then thats fine. It has brackets for that. Its cooling is on par with any other similar sized radiator. The CPU block is one of the best performers and many have added GPUs into a single lop with no problems. The RX rads are designed for mid to low speed fans, while the thinner RS are made to use mid to high speed fans. But like I mentioned before, check out the XSPC thread link above.
     
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Fans. If you ask here what fans you should use for radiators, you will get bombarded with Scythe AP-15. I have to believe they are awesome fan. But expensive and hard to get. I am using Gelid Silent 12 fans and so far they seem to be doing ok. Will I jump on some Scythe AP-15? Heck yeah - but no money and no place to buy.
I agree, you will get bombarded with Scythe Gentle Typhoons AP-15s all day in here, LOL!
     
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Fans. If you ask here what fans you should use for radiators, you will get bombarded with Scythe AP-15. I have to believe they are awesome fan. But expensive and hard to get. I am using Gelid Silent 12 fans and so far they seem to be doing ok. Will I jump on some Scythe AP-15? Heck yeah - but no money and no place to buy.
Also they are out of stock almost everywhere unless you wanna pay 20$+
per fan. Yate Loons are good Scythe also has other fan lines that can run quiet with a fan controller.
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yate loons are great fans too btw... i got 4 yate loons on mine and it cools my 1090t on 4.3 ghz...ambient of 75..idle at 30-32c...max load of 62c...
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