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anyway to tell what XPSC rad it is?

i bought the waterkit off someone a while back about all i know is its a XPSC Rad is there a name on em or something?
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not sure i think its a RS360 Rad but not sure how good that one is wondering if the RS360 rad and a Raystorm pro waterblock and a DCLT 3600 pump are better then the Switech X3 360 AIO
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not sure i think its a RS360 Rad but not sure how good that one is wondering if the RS360 rad and a Raystorm pro waterblock and a DCLT 3600 pump are better then the Switech X3 360 AIO
I had tested the RS240 Raystorm kit with the 750 pump directly against the H240X. The H240X produced slightly better results using the same fans. Given that the X3 has an upgraded block and rad, it would likely be a noticeably better performer. However, the difference isn't going to be staggering, so if cost factor is a big concern, you may want to stay with what you already own.

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what was load differnce in C?
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what was load differnce in C?
If I recall correctly, on a 4770K @ 4.6 it was 2-3C.

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If I recall correctly, on a 4770K @ 4.6 it was 2-3C.
well if the 240 beat it by that and the 360 is bigger and better block sounds like a easy 5 or 6 C differnce
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