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Old 12-02-01, 09:57 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Anyone have a "V-tuned" waterblock from OC-WC?


Chip seems to know what he's talking about, but it seems that everyone goes for Maze2, Z4, and Spir@l waterblocks. Does anyone have a V-tuned waterblock? How does it perform?
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Re: Anyone have a "V-tuned" waterblock from OC-WC?


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Chip seems to know what he's talking about, but it seems that everyone goes for Maze2, Z4, and Spir@l waterblocks. Does anyone have a V-tuned waterblock? How does it perform?
I believe Unaclocker has one and posted a thread about it. He used plumbers glue to fasten in to the CPU and he received some fairly good results with this block.

Just a sec and I'll post the link here...

EDIT: here it is: http://forums.overclockers.ws/vb/sho...threadid=49011

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The Dual Pumps, that is essentially what Koolane does. Am I wrong?
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