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The RayStorm Copper Twin D5 AX240 kit is the most powerful 240 kit XSPC have ever made. It includes a special Copper edition of our RayStorm block, our fantastic new AX240 radiator and two D5 Vario pumps in series.
The RayStorm Copper has the same great performance as our award winning RayStorm block, but with an all metal design. The acetal top of the block has been replaced with a CNC machined copper top, which is polished for a beautiful finish. The mounting plate is machined from high quality aluminum.
The AX240 is a new premium radiator from XSPC. The AX240 series combines a high performance copper/brass radiator core with a compact and beautifully finished aluminum enclosure. The screw holes are precision cut by CNC, which eliminates misaligned screw holes and gives 3mm of screw thread. The aluminium shell also provides a perfectly flat surface to mount the fans against, which eliminates air gaps and any need for a gasket.
Two D5 pumps not only provide extreme performance, but give you unrivalled reliability. You also get the safety of two pumps, so in the unlikely event of a pump failure your system will keep on running. Together the pumps are so powerful they can pump to a height of 7.7 meters (that's about the height of the average house), but if you're worried about noise the pumps have a variable speed dial on the back.
These top end components come together in a kit with high quality compression fittings, 7/16" tubing, fans, backplates, and a host of other accessories.
We're confident it's the best 240 watercooling kit on the market today.
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Reviewer: hump (1)
Running at 4.5Ghz, my 2500k was getting to 83C with 20 passes of Intel burn test. This was with an older corsair aio water cooler. Installed this and my max was 63C after 20 passes. Also ran prime 95 blend for 8 hours with a max of 61C. Looks awesome and performs even better than I expected.