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11-18-2019 06:31 PM
Mrshilka Thanks mate, yeah I still have all the part in the original box, will be good to save the money.
11-18-2019 03:12 PM
Moparman The raystorm is a great block and if you have the box it should have came with the LGA 115x mounts. As for X299 if you're ever going to move to it I think it is the exact same mount. If not the Xspc mounts can be found on Performance-pcs.com pretty cheap.
11-18-2019 02:33 PM
Mrshilka
XSPC RayStorm CPU Waterblock for Intel and upgrading

Been a long time since I posted here.

After 6 or so years my 3930k system is in need of an upgrade., Systems ran like a dream in all this time with 0 issues with my watercooling loop.

Now I am looking at a full MB and Ram and CPU upgrade to use the Intel Core i9 9900KS.

I have had my XSPC RayStorm on for the entire 6 years and was wondering if it would fit the upgraded cpu/MB as well saving me another 100+ dollar for a new CPU block.

Thanks for taking time to read.

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