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Sounds like the Rasa is the way to go but I like the way that one black EK CPU waterblock looks, its not the standard one. Would the Rasa kit work with a sick looking EK cpu block? are all the components interchangeable?
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Go with the Rasa kit, and buy a nice GPU block.
with my kit, my 6950 NEVER hits 41C full load 1Ghz core 1450 Mem

keep in mind it looks kinda weird on AM3 systems... and kinda a pain to figure out....

overall incredible performance for the price.....
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post #23 of 27
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Originally Posted by RealEyes View Post
Sounds like the Rasa is the way to go but I like the way that one black EK CPU waterblock looks, its not the standard one. Would the Rasa kit work with a sick looking EK cpu block? are all the components interchangeable?
The Rasa kits are pieced components you can buy individually, so you can mix and match parts from other manufacturers
post #24 of 27
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Go with the Rasa kit, and buy a nice GPU block.
with my kit, my 6950 NEVER hits 41C full load 1Ghz core 1450 Mem

keep in mind it looks kinda weird on AM3 systems... and kinda a pain to figure out....

overall incredible performance for the price.....
Fortunately, I already have a Enzotech Type S AM2 to S775 adapter so I can use the better looking plate. But yeah, AMD plates do look half a**ed on most waterblocks.
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post #25 of 27
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From what charlie has told me the pump in rasa kit is stronger then a 655-b which im running with 2 rads 2 gpu blocks and a cpu block.
Sorry Bla3 the XSPC is a 750 L/hr pump, the 655B (which is setting 4 on the 655 Vario) is 1200 L/Hr and the 355 is at 454L/hr. Also the max head of the 750 is 1.8m where the 655b is 3.35 m and the 355 is 4.5m. So actually the 655b is 2x as powerful as the 750 and the 355 is 3x as powerful.

Also as far as reviews are concerned Dazmod had a review of the 2 kits:
Long story short:
EK: Nicer boxing, 3/8 tubing, slightly better cpu/res/pump, compression fittings, and slightly better fans. About 50% over the Rasa kit price so minor improvements.

Rasa: Boring boxing, 7/16 tubing, better rad, combo bay pump/res, no-name fans. Cheaper, no compressions, slightly worse cpu/pump/res/fans.
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That review above is of a LT kit, I went out and got the EK kit and it should arrive tomoz.

The main reason was the quality of the kit, and the flow of the block. Considering I'm looking at running sli/crossfire I need enough flow to be able to adequately cool the two cards. Also I love the quality of the EK gear, and keeping it all the one brand and maybe upgrading the pump one day looks very neat
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post #27 of 27
The review is of the 2 360kits but he didn't have the EK HF 360 kit in stock he was mearly using the 240 lt as a rough comparison because the only difference is the length of the rad and the cpu block otherwise all the other parts were the same.
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