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    I am looking for feedback and opinions on this kit. Alphacool NexXxoS Cool Answer 240mm D5/UT - Complete Kit - FrozenCPU.com My H110 makes noise and I am going to return it and get this kit or the XSPC kit like it but the rad is thinner.
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    Default Re: Feedback on this kit

    Deja vu......

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    Default Re: Feedback on this kit

    I personally like Alphacool stuff, I have the rad and res, but never used the blocks.

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    Default Re: Feedback on this kit

    I like that kit. Should do ya well.
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    Default Re: Feedback on this kit

    I have an EK motherboard block so would I need another rad to run that block as well?
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    Default Re: Feedback on this kit

    You should be fine great choice by the way, you will be very happy with its performance

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    Default Re: Feedback on this kit

    I agree. Adding that board block isn't going to make much difference..
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    Default Re: Feedback on this kit

    So no board cooling?
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    Default Re: Feedback on this kit

    No you can do it with this setup add the board cooling is what I mean, but if you're planning on adding cooling to video card, processor, and board then you may want to consider a second rad all depends on how restrictive the blocks are and how your temps are affected.

    Maybe Kenny can chime in here as hes run several different setups similar to what you're trying to achieve and have some other thoughts and answers for you

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    GPU cooling is far away but yes I will add a second rad when i do that. I should see a big performance gain over the H110 with this set up right?
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    Default Re: Feedback on this kit

    Quote Originally Posted by woomdawg View Post
    GPU cooling is far away but yes I will add a second rad when i do that. I should see a big performance gain over the H110 with this set up right?

    Performance as in gaming or cooling performance? If cooling yes and quieter. The pump is stronger, the rad is better and thicker, the eloop fans are better then the stock corsair fans. It is just an overall better kit. If installed correctly you should get a noticeable difference in load temps. Idle temps may be the same or a little lower. Me personally focus more on load temps. You don't play games or compile GD work at idle so it isn't that important to me.

    You can get some improvements in gaming performance by OC your CPU or because your load temp is lower the cpu will not throttle down under load. Dont expect a 10fps increase because your running cooler.
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    I am speaking strictly about cooling performance. Do you think there is much of a difference in temps from an xspc raystorm and an ek supremacy block?
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    Ughh I thought that this was a 280 kit. Facepalm
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    Default Re: Feedback on this kit

    Quote Originally Posted by woomdawg View Post
    Ughh I thought that this was a 280 kit. Facepalm
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    Press the damn buy button! Lol
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