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The XSPC Raystorm EX360 Universal CPU Water Cooling Kit comes complete with everything you will need to cool your CPU. This kit is designed to handle your CPU and can be expanded to handle more blocks as well.
The kit uses the newest XSPC CPU block, the Raystorm as the core cooling component. This block has a pure copper base and is top of the line in performance and looks. XSPC coupled this with there split fin designed radiator that give the performance of a much thicker design and yet is thin enough to fit in most cases much easier.
The reservoir is a combination of the XSPC dual bay reservoir along with a XSPC D5 pump. This gives you the best power around along with the convenience of being combined into a single device saving more room. The new all black design from XSPC is sure to match any chassis and is injection modeled to make sure there are no leaking issues.
This kit comes compete with all compression fittings through out for a perfect seal and a great look!
*RayStorm V3 CPU Waterblock
*Ion Pump/Reservoir (SATA Power)
*EX360 Triple Fan Radiator
*G1/4″ to 7/16″ Compression Fittings (Black Chrome) x6
*XSPC 1650rpm 120mm Fan x3
*Intel and AMD RayStorm Brackets
*Socket 1366 and 115X Backplates
*3mm Twin White LED
*5mm White LED
*2 Meters of Clear 7/16″ Hose
*24pin ATX Bridge Tool
*K3 Thermal Paste
*AMD Sockets AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, AM4, FM1, FM2, FM2+
*Intel Sockets: LGA2066, LGA2011, LGA2011-3, LGA1366, LGA1150, LGA1151, LGA1155, LGA1156
Note: Kit does NOT come with fluid or additive.
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Total Reviews: 9 Average Rating:
Solid Budget Kit03-27-2014
Reviewer: JC (2)
Bought this to install in a Cooler Master HAF-X that I got at a steal to mirror the custom build that FrozenCPU sells (part cst-1229). I would say that it performs more than adequately for the price. If you''re looking for crazy performance for CPU/multi-GPU loops, you should probably be looking at a higher end kit, but for my 3570k and AMD 6950, I am very happy, and I suspect that even Crossfire builds will be fine, although you might want to consider a smaller, secondary radiator for that kind of setup. I was expecting some noticeable temperature drops from my 3/8"ID proprietary Thermaltake system with a slower pump from my old build, but temperatures are roughly the same on the CPU and only slightly lower on the GPU. The difference is, this pump is a lot quieter than my old pump. On anything but the highest setting, the fans are louder than the pump. The radiator seems more than 50% lighter than my old one -- so much so that I was surprised it was supposed to be copper and brass. Yet it seems to be a good performer, despite its light footprint. Results: i5-3570k Overclocked to 4Ghz - Idle: 30C, Load 55C using Prime95 AMD 6950 Unlocked Cores w/ mild GPU/Memory Overclocks - Idle: 32C, Load: 41C using Furmark One warning: the compression fittings are large, and if you have inlets and outlets that are close together such as on my Heatkiller GPU block and Swiftech Apogee XT CPU block, it will be a very tight fit, but it worked out in the end. Everything looks slick, and no leaks yet from the pump/res combo like some of the other reviewers. Will update if I have any problems. I also want to take a moment to thank Joe, who handles custom build inquiries at FrozenCPU. He answered all of my questions quickly, and made shopping here a pleasure. I highly recommend FrozenCPU as your cooling reseller.
LEAK AFTER 3 MONTHS!01-08-2014
Reviewer: disalexmate (1)
Ok,the pump/res leaks after some time... noticed a splashing noise when I turned on my pc one day, I looked to see where the sound was coming from,noticed no leaks. however i noticed that my coolant level was kind of low so I added some more,couple of days later notived the sound again and my coolant level was even lower than before! I inspected everything until i came across the pump/res drive bay was a bit damp, upon closer inspection I found a leak along the back top side I did my research found out the xspcs had issues with this drive bay pump/res. A couple reviews said that the pump/res had a leak issue, did some more research and read that xspc had made a 2nd version of the pump/res which fixed the issue. they did not. BEWARE OF THE DRIVE BAY PUMP/RES!!! all the other parts work flawlessly but still all these parts should be top notch for the price.
Reviewer: WOW! (1)
I am so impressed with this water cooling kit. This is my first WC build, and I''m happy that I went with this. The pump is dead quite (I have it on 3), and it''s cooling the CPU and GPU 7970. The temps for the gpu on idle is 33-35c and no higher then 38-40c under load. I highly recommend this kit, you can''t go wrong with it. I have had ZERO issues with everything.
The Reservoir for this kit has a Major design flaw06-29-2013
Reviewer: MaddMutt (10)
I have now owned this kit for 3 months. Around the 1st of June, the top gasket along with the plastic popped open and drenched the components underneath it. If you look at the image with the pump/reservoir, you will see a spot along the front that has a screw set back from the edge. This is the weak spot, as there is no screw to hold the gasket in place from the force of the pump. After I had the problem, I disassemble the reservoir and dried/cleaned it out. I reassembled the reservoir and used Super Glue/clamp along the front edge to fix the problem. I still did not trust it again Inside my computer, so I bought the XSPC Twin D5 Dual 5.25" Bay Clear Reservoir. This reservoir does not have the bad design flaw. Thank You For Your Time MaddMutt
This was any easy 15 min setup03-30-2013
Reviewer: MaddMutt (10)
This is my first time going custom cooling. I''ve had the H-50 and CoolIt ALC until they ran dry. I then cut the tubing and made my own cooling solution with them as the center point. Because these unit''s were low flow I could not do a good OC section before my temps got out of hand. I added this to a new build I made with a Gigabyte 990FXA-UD5 and a AMD FX-8320. The FX-8320 IMO it is a luck of the draw if you get a sweet one or a Hair-Dryer. Mine is a Hair-Dryer as I have to use 1.7v to get to 5Ghz, but this baby keeps the temps under 55c while running Folding At Home. If I clock it down a little (lower the voltage) and run at 4.72Ghz the temps never go over 41c.