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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!
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Total Reviews: 4 Average Rating:
Reviewer: Dylli (1)
I added another 360mm radiator in a custom case. I changet the original fans to 12 corsair SP push pull. Used for OC core i7 3930k to 4.8GHz with 1.456V with a mazimum tmp of 72C. The delta temp was 43.7 Go on to http://forum.overclock3d.net/showthread.php?t=51419&page=1 to see pics if interested
great water cooling system!03-23-2013
Reviewer: archon (1)
This is a great water cooling system as for your first water cooling experiment! It leaves a lot of room to expand in the future if you decide to do so!
Reviewer: Juggernaut477 (1)
This was my first time setting up a custom water cooling loop, it was very easy to set up and works great, I never go above 55C after several hours of prime/IBT with my FX-8350 at 5Ghz.
Overkill for just CPU12-26-2012
Reviewer: billdcat4 (1)
Outstanding performance: overkill for my CPU. At stock, my 2500K idles under 30C and loads under 40C with the pump at the minimum setting and the radiator fans OFF. My maximum overclock is 5ghz at 1.5v which loads under 60C. These core temps are much higher than the temperature of the water which takes a while to heat up. The noise level of the pump is fairly tolerable at setting 5, but settings 2-4 exhibit a higher frequency noise and its thus more annoying. Setting 1 is practically silent. I use Nexus RealSilent 1000rpm Fans, an XSPC Universal Radstand, and Mayhem''s Pastel Blue Berry Coolant. A great system and highly expandable.