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The XSPC Raystorm RS360 Extreme 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 a top of the line in performance and looks. XSPC coupled this with their RS360 radiator which is a thin profile radiator giving more flexibility with compatibility.
The reservoir is a combination of the XSPC dual bay reservoir along with a XSPC X20 750 pump. This pump has been revised and is much more reliable than previous revisions. It is now injection molded for seamless joints and this new revision 4 model is a black color.
This kit comes compete with all fittings, clamps, fans, mounting hardware and hose.
Total Reviews: 4 Average Rating:
New to Water Cooling04-03-2013
Reviewer: Trident60 (1)
For anyone new to water cooling I''d recommend this kit to you. Granted, before I bought the kit I did a lot of research on putting a water cooling loop together. But had I not, I''m quite sure XSPC''s directions would have been enough to get it done. As it was, my limited knowledge of not having any experience actually building loop and XSPC''s directions went together very well. The kit as a whole is very well put together, and very easy to use. On a youtube DIY video for water cooling it was recommended that you run some distilled water through the radiator and dump it out to get any crud that might be built up. Well, I did that and there was nothing in the radiator. Just another plus for all companies involved. Everything went together with ease, and the pump is dead quiet for me. For anyone concerned with the difficulty of installing a water cooling loop, look to this kit. And just an fyi, while this kit took a little bit more time to install, my previous air cooler was by far more difficult. After working with this kit, and studying everything they gave, (a lot of which I didn''t use) I think I have a much better understanding of how the whole thing works, and know for sure just how easy it is to work with. Really, I have no complaints. Oh, one more thing. I was using a ZALMAN CNPS9900MAX-B 135mm heatsink/fan. A pretty darn good high end cooler. Temps on my email@example.comGHz with ambient temperature around 73-75 degrees Fahrenheit under load would get up in the 85 degree Celsius range. Idle temps around 45 degrees Celsius. With XSPC, and before I had the three 120mm fans installed and was just using my HaF X''s top two 200mm fans in a pull configuration my load temps ran about 74 degrees Celsius, and a couple degrees cooler under idle than with the air cooler. After the three fans were installed my idle temps drop down in the 38-42 degree Celsius range, and I haven''t done a load test yet, but I''m sure it''ll be better. Final note, well worth it.
Great kit to get your feet wet11-26-2012
Reviewer: Jonathan (1)
Was very interested in watercooling but hesitant to put together a parts list and pull the trigger. Saw these kits and am glad I purchased this one. All parts seem to be good quality, packaging was greatly and manual was easy to follow and thorough. As long as you do your research and follow the steps, your custom water loop will be a breeze.
Reviewer: Steve (1)
Well, it can keep my FX 8350 at 5ghz and 1.57 vcore and 1.4v CPUNB in the mid to lower 50s running stress tests like IBT. Those aren''t 24/7 voltages because I''d probably kill my CPU pretty quickly, but it''s capable. The highest I''ve gone on this kit is 1.6v VCORE and it was still in the lower 50s (max for AMD FX 8350 is about 70c). I wanted a kit where I could overclock and not have to worry about temps. Something where I could be free to play with voltages and everything as much as I want. This kit completely delivered. It is quite fun listening to people say they can''t crank voltages up on their H100s and FX 8350s, only to realize you''re running .1v above them and you''re in the low 50s. The only con I found was that the default mounts kind of suck if you are mounting externally like I did. I managed to make my own so I could set up a push pull configuration. They don''t give enough clearance to be worthwhile. This was my first water cooling kit and I really, really recommend it. XSPC has a fine, high quality product. The fact that you do have to screw directly into acrylic is a little worrying, but other than that and the mounts this kit is fantastic. It''s a very good starter kit at a very good price point, and since it''s not a close loop you can upgrade things later on.
Not bad for a cheap starter cooling kit09-19-2012
Reviewer: Chris (2)
I''ve just got this raystorm loop setup in my system: i5 3570K @ 4.2Ghz, Asrock Extreme 4 z77, 2x Gigabyte GTX670 with koolance 680 block. Temperatures at idle are 41 degrees on CPU and 43 degrees on both graphics card. On load the temps are 50 and 48 respectively. Can''t expect the radiator to dissipate heat efficiently since it is rather thin. I probably will buy an XSPC RX360 to do the job with a push pull config. Nevertheless this kit is an ecellent choice for starters who want to get their feet wet and want to cool 1 CPU + 1 graphics card.