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this is the kit:

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/12...?tl=g30c83s137

was thinking of upgrading the black to something better, am trying to cool a 970. ort maybe i should do the pump/reservoir instead or mayber both?

right now temps are over 80c full load of control around 4.5ghz, ambient are probably 68 - 70f ish.

what do you think please?
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Wait, you have that kit now? And those are your temps? Those seem really high for a 360 rad and a cpu only loop.
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Wait, you have that kit now? And those are your temps? Those seem really high for a 360 rad and a cpu only loop.
6 Cores @ 4.5GHz, what do you expect?
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6 Cores @ 4.5GHz, what do you expect?
Those RS rads have very high fin density and requires high static pressure fans to get the job done (think AP15 or higher). Another rad would be advisable, especially if you plan on expanding your loop to include GPU's as well.

Where is your current RS360 mounted and what is cooling them?

The stock x2o 750 pump moves plenty of water for CPU only loop, I don't think that's the issue...But an expert like Martin would be the best to hear from on that. Again, if you're planning on expanding to multiple rads and blocks, a new pump would be best.
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6 Cores @ 4.5GHz, what do you expect?
What do you expect? Water-cooling can't handle everything.
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6 Cores @ 4.5GHz, what do you expect?


The RS radiators have very high fin density thus you will want to get a different radiator such as the XSPC RX360, HWLabs SR-1 or any other radiator with low fin density. The lower fin density radiators are better for low sped fans, but the high fin density radiators require high static pressure fans. Be aware that those two that I listed and pretty much all of the lower fin density fans are pretty thick. +-60mm thickness. If you do change make sure that you have the room.

As for the pump, the X20 750 is a very good pump/reservoir combo for a cpu only or possibly GPU+CPU loop, but if you are planning on adding more blocks or radiators you would need to get a new pump, such as MCP655, MCP355, Danger Den CPX pro, etc.

If you are wanting a new CPU block, some very nice ones are the Koolance CPU-370, Supreme HF, Kyros XT, the HK 3.0 is also a nice block.
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