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XSPC Rasa 750 RS240 Water Cooling Kit

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Posted December 7, 2010 by Jake in Cooling

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Performance Results

With the methodology explained and out of the way, let’s see how the Rasa CPU block specifically performs first in the flow test.

The Rasa’s flow restriction is not as considerable as the Apogee XT, nor is it less restrictive as some of the other popular blocks on the market. However, the Rasa is still spitting out 1.55gpm (6Lpm) fluid which is sufficient for a multiple block application setup.

And now for the thermal performance results. Note: The CoolIT ECO 240 A.L.C. is equipped with 4 fans in push/pull setup and all fans for both kits were controlled by Scythe Kaze Master Fan controller.

When it comes to thermal performance, the Rasa 750 RS240 is quite a performer. We compared it with our baseline CoolIT ECO 240 A.L.C. cooler. All fans configured as exhaust (pull) orientation, therefore case temperature plays an important role in this test. The internal case temperatures were fluctuated from 26°-29°C depending on the heat load.

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