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    Ybris ACS-G : new gpu waterblock

    Ybris will release soon a nice gpu waterblock
    http://www.cooling-masters.com/news-...r-les-gpu.html
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    doesnt look very effective. isnt this a tried design?

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    This is almost the same design that their cpu blocks. It weight 500 gr (against 140gr for the mcw60) and is in full metal. Ybris will also sell a heat sink like d-tech to cool the rest of the video card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RealRedRaider View Post
    Another "Run of the Mill" retread block...........
    Wait some tests before say it is
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    of course its going to have its merits, i just think the design isnt effective

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    Quote Originally Posted by evil-98 View Post
    doesnt look very effective. isnt this a tried design?
    And you would know this because?
    Quote Originally Posted by RealRedRaider View Post
    Another "Run of the Mill" retread block...........
    Actually if you look at the design, it looks quite unique. In one set of holes, over the divits and out the far side holes.
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    of course its going to have its merits, i just think the design isnt effective
    Again, you are guessing? Are you a fortune teller too?

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    Looks interesting and unique. I agree with nikhsub1 and wait for a actual testing result before commenting.

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    Wow that does look a bit different. Interesting design...

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    Hmm, i need a 2nd gpu block anyway..anyone got word and when its coming through?
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    OK, so who's applied that to a GPU, which is a completely different load?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikhsub1 View Post
    And you would know this because?

    Actually if you look at the design, it looks quite unique. In one set of holes, over the divits and out the far side holes.

    Again, you are guessing? Are you a fortune teller too?
    LOL

    I have to agree with scott. It looks interesting.

    Jets alligned on the side to provide turbulance. Then the base plate is drilled to add surface area.

    Then water escapes on the other side.

    However scott why is the top part drilled like the bottom part?

    I dont see that doing anything but adding restriction without performance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NaeKuh View Post
    However scott why is the top part drilled like the bottom part?

    I dont see that doing anything but adding restriction without performance.
    IDK but I don't think the top is merely divits like the bottom... it seems there is some 'furniture' in those holes, picture deceiving me it seems. Without having my hands on it I have no idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nikhsub1 View Post
    IDK but I don't think the top is merely divits like the bottom... it seems there is some 'furniture' in those holes, picture deceiving me it seems. Without having my hands on it I have no idea.
    i see what you mean.

    like it could be channels to help zig the water to the other side instead of a straight path?
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    Isn’t this a remake of the old jet impingent waterblocks which if I’m not mistaken are less effective compared to more recent designs?

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    Oh and for those of you that doubt the word of god (me) here is some info to back it up.
    http://www.overclockers.com/articles1327/
    Keep in mind this info is from 2006 so it doesn’t take into consideration blocks such as the Fusion and Supreme.
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    its Italian (not run of the mill) and i don't believe the jet impingement has been used on a GPU. hell most GPU blocks r just a simple pin matrix with no accelerators or anything. only recently has Eddy offered the supreme GPU with any kind of accelerator, who knows could work well.

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    oh you can click on the pictures for a close up...

    The top looks like covers for the divits.

    the divits look like micro pin internals.

    The flow path would be the 2 sides though the holes, down to the divits where micro pins are at covered by the top divit, and then exit off the side wide channels.



    Uhhh.. i have no idea how this block will perform. It has enough holes to not cause a too much loss in restriction.
    The top allows gaps so water can flow though the divits and pins, and the exit shaft is 4 with a wide channel per 2. :\
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    There's no jets. Water is moving from left to right like a wave because of the shifted half spheres in the 2 pieces :


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    That picture helps a lot. But now I'm left wondering what the purpose of the two side channels are? Seems like they'd just act as a bypass, letting the water miss the turbulence-causing portions of the block.
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    more info here guys,but in italian

    http://www.pctuner.net/forum/tuner-w...g-e-oltre.html

    the date of throwing is enough near

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    TBH I'd rather have one of those than a D-TeK fuzion GPU V2 or an MCW60...

    I think it looks fab.

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    http://www.pctuner.net/forum/1507797-post854.html

    edit : they are however still all prototypes
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    Thanks Rosco, that explains a lot....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ben549 View Post
    Isn’t this a remake of the old jet impingent waterblocks which if I’m not mistaken are less effective compared to more recent designs?

    ~Just backing Evil98 Up~

    Oh and for those of you that doubt the word of god (me) here is some info to back it up.
    http://www.overclockers.com/articles1327/
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    thanks

    but now that we see the simulated tests its obviously something other then i thought

    i was simply stating an opinion from what i can see.

    looks alot more interesting then it first appears now

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    Quote Originally Posted by evil-98 View Post
    thanks

    but now that we see the simulated tests its obviously something other then i thought

    i was simply stating an opinion from what i can see.

    looks alot more interesting then it first appears now
    Exactly. You were posting your opinion based on nothing. I was merely questioning that and trying to imply that things aren't always what they seem at first.

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    i know, i originally thought it was like a storm.

    i mean if i dont state my opinion how will it be corrected right?

    well my opinions are based on my experiences..
    i design a few blocks for a company based in china.
    had a similar design that wasnt divets but zig zags
    didnt do very well.

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