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So I just spotted these in stock


http://specialtech.co.uk/spshop/cust...cat=194&page=1

I havn't got my loop set up yet as i'm waiting on my leaky PA120.2 to be fixed, originaly my plan was just a CPU only loop since this is my first attempt at watercooling, I don't think I can resist that full cover block for the 55nm 260 though.

My question is, how well do you think my PA120.2 will cool both my Q6600 and 260 untill I can afford a new 360 rad?

Plus, since i'm a little low on funds, whats the best bang for buck 360 rad? I know there is another thread right now asking the same thing, i'm keeping an eye on it
 

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^^ Yeah I was thinking when I get the leaky rad repaired, I could just sell it cheap and put the cash towards the 360. It would save me the hassle of having to drain my loop etc once I do get it ;l

I'm impatient though
 

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^^ Yeah I was thinking when I get the leaky rad repaired, I could just sell it cheap and put the cash towards the 360. It would save me the hassle of having to drain my loop etc once I do get it ;l

I'm impatient though

I hear ya I am still waiting for the EVGA Classified to come out
 

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Thanks for the replys


I've been reading this thread http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...rformance.html

I'm leaning towards the XSPC RS360, mainly because of the price, I can get one for £35-£40 whereas an XSPC RX360 would cost a little over £70, same with the Black Ice GTX 360 £75 and the MCR320 for £45 oh and not forgetting the PA120.2 for £57..

Any reasons I shouldn't go with the RS360? Am I really missing out on that much if I go for the cheap option? ;l
 
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