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Old 05-31-03, 01:46 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Maze4 for sale at CoolTechnica now


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$42, no idea how it performs though. I don't understand why they get to sell it before it's even listed on DD's website.
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Old 05-31-03, 02:59 PM   #2
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Not too shabby, can't wait to see the difference between this and the maze 3, and the dtek whitewater.
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Old 05-31-03, 03:01 PM   #3
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They need to put up better photos - those look like they've been shot with a webcam.
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Old 05-31-03, 03:07 PM   #4
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Typo I hope. I'm not gonna say it's a sham, but I do think it's fairly odd someone would sell something before the rest of the world knows about it wouldn't yall agree?

It makes it even harder to belive it's a shame because who on earth would back a sham up with easily piced out fake pictures?

Woe be unto them if it is a sham tho...

I'm calling the FTC for fraud LoL! We could do it to... "Pre-Selling" wouldn't save them in this case!

Now I'm not saying I would be the one to do it... But I can't stand dishonest retailers...

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Not too shabby, can't wait to see the difference between this and the maze 3, and the dtek whitewater.
My inside sources tell me that the Maze 4 outperforms the Maze 3 by about 1C. A nice improvement, however, still can't touch the White Water.

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Old 05-31-03, 06:56 PM   #7
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Why would they fake waterblock pictures, that would only discredit them, and make people not buy from them.
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Old 05-31-03, 07:46 PM   #8
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oh man...the prototype looks cooler though..it wasnt just square
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Old 05-31-03, 08:49 PM   #9
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it looks like a cooler looking version of a maze3.. and the cooler looking part is just the acrylic
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Old 05-31-03, 09:06 PM   #10
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1C. A nice improvement
1c? Hmm.. 1 Degree temp. drop isn't anything to me. Maybe 10 degrees.. never 1...
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Old 05-31-03, 09:38 PM   #11
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10 Degrees? Keep wish'n

I'm just happen to see improvement. As long as companies keep pushing the bar in the right direction, I'm happy.

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"Top Notch performance at a descent price!!!" descent price lol
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Old 05-31-03, 09:42 PM   #13
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1c? Hmm.. 1 Degree temp. drop isn't anything to me. Maybe 10 degrees.. never 1...
Same here.... give me 3 degrees and I'll buy your block, but not 1 degree.
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Same here.... give me 3 degrees and I'll buy your block, but not 1 degree.
Well then buy a white water... we are getting to a point of where we are hitting limits of cooling with WB's. I don't think we will see anything 3C better than a WW for a long time to come, if ever.

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Not even when Cathar gets done with his micro cup design? So far he's between 1&2c better on his rig.
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Not even when Cathar gets done with his micro cup design? So far he's between 1&2c better on his rig.
So he thinks, but he dosen't know for sure. 2C better with the Cascade, 'maybe' but I highly doubt it. We shall just have to wait and see. I mean, a TIM joint contributes to about a .10 C/W of every block. The WW is hitting (with a good pump) at about a .18 C/W. We are really starting to split hairs here but I certainly would not bet against Cathar.

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Trust me, I do understand your point. However, I'm sure Cathar has mounted and unmounted those blocks so many times that he's giving us an average of what he sees. I like the new design. I think when he gets it done it will do quite well. The theory is there.
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I don't know... It just seems odd it hasn't made an appearance anywhere else I looked. Niether google or yahoo returned anything useful on it.

Who knows. Hopefully I had my head burried underground and missed the roll-out or previous information about it, but it still it brings us back to the original question...

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ok, they have the d-tek WW for preorder, does that make that a fraud too?


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Old 06-01-03, 08:28 AM   #20
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i don't think the Maze4 will outdo LRWW probably not even better than a mze3 .... it looks like a modified maze3 .... not much thinking went into it i would say ....
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