Corsair 600T and a Watercooling Setup?

I'm getting a new case soon, since my Raven RV01 broke on me first week of use. ( :pt1cable: )
I've pretty much decided on a Corsair 600T (Open to options however) and I want to get my feet wet in watercooling.

I've researched on Corsair's self-contained setups for CPUs and I think they look cool with good performance.
However, I've seen and researched about the watercooling setup offered by XSPC, to be more specific, the XSPC Rasa 750 RS240. I'm having an extremely hard time deciding between them, and I want some input from you smart peoples at tom's hardware. :pfff:

If you can, please answer these questions too.

If the H100:
1) Will it be possible for me to use a push/pull setup?
2) What are the temperatures I should expect?

If the Rasa:
1) Will it be possible for a push/pull setup?
2) What are the temperatures I should expect?
3) What watercooling fluid should I use? (UV fluid please. :ange: )
4) Provide a link so I can figure out how to setup a watercooling setup? :pt1cable:

Thanks a lot! :D

My specifications:
CPU: Intel Core i5 2500k
HSF: Hyper 212+ (For now)
GPU: XFX Radeon 6850
Mobo: Asus P8Z68 V Pro
RAM: G-Skill Ripjaws 4GB (2x2) (Upgrading to Vengeances later)
Power Supply: Corsair HX 750
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  1. Best answer
    Throw a thread up in Overclocking section, there a W/c hideout over there :)
    I'll answer some of your queries here though,
    No idea of exact numbers depends if your clocking or not, decent enough ones though
    if you go real water, no coloured/premix fluids, distilled water and silver killcoils are sufficient (unless you are up for cleaning out your loop every few months?
    you can just buy uv blue tubing instead and relax
    The RX series is better, thicker rads cool better
    and once you post over that side, we'll draw you up a loop plan
    what components are you intending on cooling?
    overclocking? if so, how much?
    See you on the wetside :)
  2. I'll do a copy-paste onto the overclocking section then. I'll put some overclocking numbers too. :P
  3. Best answer selected by SushiDragon.
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