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Yeah, the RS240 will be more than enough for your CPU, plus it's probably the biggest you can fit in there without modding. And, if you add in a 120 later, that, again, will be more than enough for a CPU and GPU. The Rasa Pump will probably reach it's limits with cpu/gpu/240/120, so don't add anything after that without replacing the pump.
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Oh, so, you're ready now, huh?
Hehe yep, let the H50 tease me a little for the real work Its temping going for a 360 and GPU block right away, but its a waste on my 5850 imo, i rather wait with the GPU part untill i replace my 5850 for something better.

Also still looking into a 360 kit instead of a 240 (+120 later on) better performance and i can just add a GPU block later on, but at the same time it might be overkill for the CPU only and adding a 120 might be easier and resulting in same performance.

I cant fit a 360 in my 922 without modding and i would like to keep the radiator inside my case, only 1 solution i guess, going for a 240 + 120.
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Hehe yep, let the H50 tease me a little for the real work Its temping going for a 360 and GPU block right away, but its a waste on my 5850 imo, i rather wait with the GPU part untill i replace my 5850 for something better.

Also still looking into a 360 kit instead of a 240 (+120 later on) better performance and i can just add a GPU block later on, but at the same time it might be overkill for the CPU only and adding a 120 might be easier and resulting in same performance.

I cant fit a 360 in my 922 without modding and i would like to keep the radiator inside my case, only 1 solution i guess, going for a 240 + 120.
    
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Yeah, the RS240 will be more than enough for your CPU, plus it's probably the biggest you can fit in there without modding. And, if you add in a 120 later, that, again, will be more than enough for a CPU and GPU. The Rasa Pump will probably reach it's limits with cpu/gpu/240/120, so don't add anything after that without replacing the pump.
I think i should go for that indeed. Best solution for now with a ~220$ to spend. Will take a while before i am gonna replace my current 5850 anyway, having a 360 for just CPU might be real overkill, or do you think i would run my cpu even cooler with a 360 (or 240/120) rad instead of a 240?

- 4x Scythe Gentle Typhoon 120mm x 25mm Fan - 1450 RPM
- 1x Feser Aqua Non Conductive Ultra Pure Water - 1000 ml
- 2m PrimoChill PrimoFlex PRO LRT Tubing 7/16"ID 5/8" OD with 3/32" Wall - White
- 4 way Fancontroller

These, together with the kit should get me going, right? Am i missing something here in the list? Also as i am working on a black/white theme for my rig. I would like to get some black fittings/barbs instead of the metal looking ones provided with the kit, any suggestions?
Edited by rck1984 - 4/16/11 at 5:47pm
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There are black fittings by Bitspower and Enzotech, just look around any water cooling site for them.
    
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post #16 of 22
I would not get that Feser Pure water. You can find the same thing at your local supermarket for much, much less. I just bought an 8L jug for $3.50. Look for distilled, deionized or demineralized water.

As for the fittings I would recommend Bitspower Compression Fittings, just remember that they are much more expensive than regular barbs.

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I would not get that Feser Pure water. You can find the same thing at your local supermarket for much, much less. I just bought an 8L jug for $3.50. Look for distilled, deionized or demineralized water.

As for the fittings I would recommend Bitspower Compression Fittings, just remember that they are much more expensive than regular barbs.
Aye, found them after some research. They look great!
How much water goes into a Rasa dual-bay res actually? 1 liter or less? i have no clue tbh.
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A lot less than 1 Litre. You can usually fill an entire water cooling loop with around a litre of water.
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A lot less than 1 Litre. You can usually fill an entire water cooling loop with around a litre of water.
I actually ment my whole loop, so i need to get/order about 1liter water for my loop? Also i am checking up some dimensions, i think i wont be able to fit a push/pull setup inside my case, just push isnt a problem.

Is there much difference in temps using push or push/pull with some good fans such as the Gentle Typhoon ap15's?

Thanks so far!
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There will not be a huge temperature difference between push and push-pull when using those fans and that radiator. As far as the liquid goes, I would get 2L as you might need slightly over 1L.
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