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Old 08-16-09, 01:36 PM Thread Starter   #1
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Looking for a WB that is...


I have been out of touch on computer stuff for the past 2-3months roughly. looking to see if there are any good low pressure wb? i was looking at the EK-Supreme LT - Acetal but i couldnt find the review/thread at xs that compared a bunch of wb's. im not looking for the best wb out there just one that fits my needs. the pump im planning to go with is the DD-CPX-Pro 12V Pump or the DD-CPX1 12V Pump. i would have gotten the MCP350 but its more pump then i need. the loop is only going to have the cpu and either a (BIP or SR1) 2x120mm or (2) 2x80mm BIM's.

so any wb's i have missed?

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Old 08-16-09, 02:35 PM   #2
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I have run water blocks for years.
I think its called White Water block?

Love them to death - and just had one die last summer.
-still have to replace it and the rig.
But the other is still going stong. It may be a D-tek or an actual WW I got from JoeC some time back.

They fit a lot of different boards even if you have to modify something to get them to fit right on an odd board. I had a bit of trouble fitting one to a 775 board, but it hold just fine and runs 24/7.
I have some big arse pump and a Chevette heater core on it.
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The often overlooked Enzotech Sapphire , a good price and its one of the most free flowing blocks and its performance is as good as blocks that cost twice as much .

And this is a thread you were looking for http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=224976

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Old 08-16-09, 02:46 PM   #4
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I like that block too CharlieCS
This summer with ambient of 29c to 30c i wasn't able to get the computer in my sig past 34c with the fans turned down all the way
That was full load with everest

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Maybe the block reviews were here?
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The often overlooked Enzotech Sapphire , a good price and its one of the most free flowing blocks and its performance is as good as blocks that cost twice as much .

And this is a thread you were looking for http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=224976
interesting that same block on some other sites is $60+.... the thread i was looking for is older but by the same guy. that one you linked to is more usefull to me, thanks!

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