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Thread: XSPC Rasa 750 RS240 Water Cooling Kit

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    Default XSPC Rasa 750 RS240 Water Cooling Kit

    We are looking at the XSPC 750 RS40, an all-in-one performance DIY water cooling kit that offers quality components to the mainstream market for users that want the benefits of a simplified setup but don't want to compromise performance.



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    Great review Deton. Nice price and has me thinking of getting into WC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob2701 View Post
    Great review Deton. Nice price and has me thinking of getting into WC.
    XSPC has the best value performance kits, they also have the triple rad kit and only cost around $149.

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    Good Job Deton!

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    I'm certainly impressed!
    Trying to assemble my own w/c kit was one hassle after another. Mainly through companies advertising products, then accepting payment for them, and then not even having them in stock.
    I now always expect the "Out of Stock" notice as being absolutely typical of every e-tailer, well-known and highly rated or not.
    If only XSPC had this kit out about a year ago it would have saved me quite a bit of bother and worry.
    I imagine the installation manual will be included in the final product, hopefully, plainly labeled that this is NOT for cooling both a cpu and a video-card. In big, bright letters all over the box! That set-up would absolutely require their other kit with the 3 fan radiator.
    The RASA cpu block is also quite interesting. I think I'll give one of those a try.

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    LOL! Got this wrapped under my tree!

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    Thanks Deton

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nyarlathotep View Post
    LOL! Got this wrapped under my tree!
    did you wrap it up by yourself too?

    Make sure you jump up and down when you unwrapped it ok?

    Quote Originally Posted by KIPPER View Post
    Thanks Deton
    I didn't do anything, people have their mind think for themselve...you sound like I brainwashed them or something

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    I hope I'm going to find this under my tree this year Deton! LOL

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    Does anyone know if that kit is also available in germany?
    Because I only see it on american sites...

    And would rasa kit with 360 rad be enough for an i7 950 at 4.3 and two gtx 295 sli at (715/1512/1215)??

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    Two GPUs will be too much. Single CPU and GPU with 360mm rad will be ok but not SLI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smduff View Post
    I hope I'm going to find this under my tree this year Deton! LOL
    Steve the last time I checked you were on the bad boy list...so it's under good boy Sky's tree now.

    Also I have arthritis on my hands therefore can't wrap any presents

    Quote Originally Posted by Kung Pow View Post
    Does anyone know if that kit is also available in germany?
    Because I only see it on american sites...

    And would rasa kit with 360 rad be enough for an i7 950 at 4.3 and two gtx 295 sli at (715/1512/1215)??
    shoot Bundymania a PM, he can tell you where to get it in Germany right in your backyard.

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