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The rasa kit only comes with a rs240. Is the difference just the thickness?
    
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Originally Posted by uno_zapdos_tres View Post
The rasa kit only comes with a rs240. Is the difference just the thickness?
There are many Rasa Kits, like so: Here are them all currently.

Thicker (and longer too) the rad (RS thin, RX thick) the better it can disperse heat.

- fr0st.

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RS - benefits from using high speed fans
RX - low-medium speed fans

Not just the thickness, it's the FPI (fin per inch) count.
The RS @ 14 fpi and the RX at 8, denser fin count, more air (static pressure) is required to push through the radiator.
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