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Thread: [Review] 22 CPU Waterblocks tested - Roundup

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    Nice review mate, Should keep this thread alive as their are many new blocks to hit the market soon! dont miss out

    Another thing I find funny is AMD/Intel would snipe any of our Moms on a grocery run if it meant good quarterly results, and you are forever whining about what feser did?

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    nice review, the new koolance block looks nice.

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    On the strength of this and other reviews I replaced my XSPC v3 with a Rasa
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    | In progress: Project "Gemini" | PC-P80B | EVGA SR-2 | 2xX5650 | 7100GS | PA140.3 | EK DCP-4.0 |

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    great review thanks for the work

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    Amazing review man, this is just what I was looking for!!

    Quick question though, how do you exactly read the flow rate graph? I mean comparing the XSPC Rasa to the EK Supreme HF for example. There is less than 20 liters/hour difference and that translates to only 0.075 GPM. That's really SMALL. So should I not just focus on that graph but rather the design of the two blocks even though they are quite similar?
    Maybe I should talk about my build lol. ATM, I'm working on a watercooling build that will be more like a two part build. First I'm just gonna be cooling a Q6600. Once LGA2011 and some new DX11 cards come out (ATI Northern/Southern Island cards) I'll be cooling the CPU, Southbridge (I think that's what the new architecture will focus on), and 2 GPU's most likely similar to the heat coming from 5870's. So yeah I wanna run ONE loop with all this stuff and am wondering if I should go with the XSPC over the EK due to it having less restriction (although not by much at first glance).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bomberboysk View Post
    Yeah, except intel mount


    aww yeaaah
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    Black sun is really sexy...nice review!!!
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    This is impressive work dude, very helpful as well. The Rasa block now on my desk waiting Many thanks for your hard work.

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    I posted this in the [H] thread as well:

    "...I wanted to resolve some strange discrepancy I've noticed:

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=254900 - Here, the XSPC Rasa is tested to be a restrictive block.

    And in the review on this page, the XSPC Rasa is not restrictive at all.

    I've seen one other flow-rate test: http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=250327 - which shows the XSPC Delta v3 and Alphacool Yellowstone to flow better than the Rasa, which again conflicts with this test.

    Any ideas?"

    I'm just wondering if anyone can explain the discrepancy, or if I've committed some observational error. I was about to purchase an XSPC Rasa from SVC, but they're out of stock, so I may as well continue my research.

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    bundy?! great job.... ehhhehe.

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    interesting stuff Bundy ... keep rolling!
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    Quote Originally Posted by KURTZ View Post
    interesting stuff Bundy ... keep rolling!
    uh un'altro italiano, chissa da quale forum

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    Thumbs up

    for ek hf full nickle which jet plate did you use?
    very nice review.

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    Very Nice
    Thanks

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    Wow ! Thanks for all the effort put in - great help !

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    Very Helpful review....Thank You!!

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    Awesome work

    Nice to know the Swiftech Apogee XT works well, I purchased it for my 1155 rig just because I liked the look of it!!!


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    +1 Awesome!

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    bundimania strikes again! sry for necroposting thou...

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