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Seal

Member
Joined
Aug 14, 2002
Location
London
So then guys, whats the best (non peltier) block out there?

I've heared a lot of good things about: Innovatek rev 3, swiftech (the non peltier one) and atlantis rev 3.

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NeoMoses

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Joined
Jul 7, 2001
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There are many threads debating this. one might argue that the TC4, [email protected], maze3, Swifty, or some other is better. Most will say that Cather's "micro-channel" block is the best, but it's not highly available.
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Cathar

Senior Member
Joined
Jun 8, 2002
Location
Melbourne, Australia
kieronholden said:
how much? and whats the conversion rate of Aus Dollars to GB Pounds?

I know that by answering this question I'm skirting the "advertising" policy of the forums, but the question was asked. What to do?

www.xe.com - Currency conversion calculator

1 GBP buys 2.832 AUD currently (12th November 2002)
1 USD buys 1.781 AUD currently
1 EUR buys 1.800 AUD currently

The base Socket A block costs $140 AUD. The P4 mounting kit costs an extra $15 AUD. Shipping of a single block to Asia-Pacific Rim (includes North America) starts at $30 AUD, and $35 AUD for most other countries.