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I'm a semi-noob when it comes to water cooling, I understand the need for it and will overclock my CPU when I do it. I'm looking to buy the XSPC RayStorm RS360 kit from FrozenCPU, and want to know what the first thing I should replace is. It is going into a Corsair 800D, so th first upgrade will probably be a reservoir inside the case for looks. Any suggestions? Thanks!
 

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I'm a semi-noob when it comes to water cooling, I understand the need for it and will overclock my CPU when I do it. I'm looking to buy the XSPC RayStorm RS360 kit from FrozenCPU, and want to know what the first thing I should replace is. It is going into a Corsair 800D, so th first upgrade will probably be a reservoir inside the case for looks. Any suggestions? Thanks!
I dont understand why you would upgrade the res if you are buying the rs360 kit.

This means you would have to buy another pump too as its a res/pump combo in that particular kit

I dont understand the logic lol
 

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I dont understand why you would upgrade the res if you are buying the rs360 kit.

This means you would have to buy another pump too as its a res/pump combo in that particular kit

I dont understand the logic lol
I want to get into water cooling, but I want to have good temperatures and expandibility. Putting an AIO in a case that big seems screwy. The 360mm rad will go in the top just fine, even with push/pull.
 

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If you don't want the pump and res in the kit why buy the kit? You'll save money to buy everything separately with different pump and res...
 

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If you don't want the pump and res in the kit why buy the kit? You'll save money to buy everything separately with different pump and res...
In the long run, yes. I am on a limited budget though, and they will do just fine for the time being. I can't overclock the CPU until "Assrock" gets back to me with a solution.
 
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