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    This is wrong embroidered, at least I had problems with higher temperatures.
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    I haven't any problems with this block.

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    The block is good, I thought the layout of fittings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Presretach View Post
    The block is good, I thought the layout of fittings.
    Fittings are also good mounted. I don't notice any difference between first and second type of mouting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malik View Post
    Fittings are also good mounted. I don't notice any difference between first and second type of mouting.
    Sorry my mistake, I mistakenly thought that both fittings are from the upper side.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bundymania View Post
    WOW! Please tell me those are all donations from Fester, because that would be an awfully large waste of money on that many of those fans.


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    This is wrong embroidered, at least I had problems with higher temperatures.
    I too am curious how the water would flow through the block setup like that?
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    This merger is wrong
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterlogged
    I too am curious how the water would flow through the block setup like that
    Read manual ...

    PS. here you have:

    Last edited by Malik; 11-15-2009 at 08:40 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malik View Post
    Read manual ...

    PS. here you have:

    Nice attitude.

    Manual doesn't tell you jack about how the water flows through the block. . .and with the myriad of EK products that are flawed from the design stage or have questionable manuals, it's hard to take anything at face value with them. I had looked and looked for some pics showing flow but couldn't find any. Turns out the ones I was looking for were from someone who I use to respect and considered a buddy that got himself banned and those pics are no longer up here. I did manage to find them on another site though, and yes. . .my bad. I'd forgotten about how the flow worked in those blocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterlogged View Post
    Nice attitude.

    Manual doesn't tell you jack about how the water flows through the block. . .and with the myriad of EK products that are flawed from the design stage or have questionable manuals, it's hard to take anything at face value with them. I had looked and looked for some pics showing flow but couldn't find any. Turns out the ones I was looking for were from someone who I use to respect and considered a buddy that got himself banned and those pics are no longer up here. I did manage to find them on another site though, and yes. . .my bad. I'd forgotten about how the flow worked in those blocks.
    "Two words" to you:

    1. i'm not jack, for you im Mr. Malik
    2. your post should be like: "my bad. I'd forgotten about how the flow worked in those blocks."

    If you want write some more go and create blog or something. Next time think about idea of this topic. I help you: Liquid Cooling Photo Gallery

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    Last edited by Malik; 11-15-2009 at 11:02 PM.

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    EK EVGA X58 Classified Red Acrylic Bridge



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    Quote Originally Posted by Metric View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metric View Post
    Was going to accuse you of a render until I saw the small specks of dust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinnee View Post
    Was going to accuse you of a render until I saw the small specks of dust.
    Maybe I added it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bundymania View Post
    Today something from EK
    cant wait to see it installed..i will hopefully order mine soon..im starting to think i may need another rad tho(running a mcr320 on a i7 at 4.4 and 4870x2 at 850core

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