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    Sargatanas, I have the same anti-kink metal spirals... awesome stuff eh
    Very nice setup also
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    xpatar how the block performs ? if you compare it with the D-tek Fusion ?
    i need a new block and i can't decide witch on of those two
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vatos_locos View Post
    xpatar how the block performs ? if you compare it with the D-tek Fusion ?
    i need a new block and i can't decide witch on of those two
    Well I can't tell about the D-tek Fusion cause I haven't tested it.
    The swiftech Apogee GT is simple awesome, it has the same baseplate with Apogee GTX and with my rig running four instances of prime95 at the same time for 10 hours the temps never went over 50 Celcius degrees.
    Remember, I got a C2DQ 6600 G0 revision running @ 3.2GHz, 1.3v.
    Of course you may have better temps with your rig with better cooling as each rig is unique.
    Anyway I would recommend it to you as an excellent cpu waterblock.

    Note: I had to remove the passive cooler of my asus maximus formula cause it wouldn't fit at first. It's an apogee GT waterblock so go for an Agogee GTX,
    same base plate, better compatibility with new motherboards, excellent performance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vatos_locos View Post
    xpatar how the block performs ? if you compare it with the D-tek Fusion ?
    i need a new block and i can't decide witch on of those two
    The Apogee GT with bowed base will give you equal or perhaps slightly better than the D-Tek FuZion Rev. 1, however the Apogee is a more restrictive block. The D-Tek FuZion Rev. 2 will give you better temps than the Apogee GT at a lower impedance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SoulsCollective View Post
    The Apogee GT with bowed base will give you equal or perhaps slightly better than the D-Tek FuZion Rev. 1, however the Apogee is a more restrictive block. The D-Tek FuZion Rev. 2 will give you better temps than the Apogee GT at a lower impedance.
    I thought the D Tek was more restrictive ? Especially when you start putting nozzles in it.

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    ty @ all =)
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    I made a test, where the D-Tek was better than the Apogee GTX (should be better than GT) bowed and unbowed the same. Unbowed the GTX was very restrictive (~259l/h), bowed it was better. (385l/h). D-Tek had 439l/h without Nozzles and ~350l/h with Quad-split-nozzle. (Loops same always with CPU-Block, a DDC+, Rad, Flowmeter and Tempsensors) Delta was ~29°C with Nozzle in FuZion and 33°C without Nozzle. Apogee GTX had ~35°C bowed and ~38,5°C unbowed.

    But that all depends on the quality of the block you get. And I tell you: buy 10 Apogees and you will get 8 different results ^^


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    xpatar are you using standoffs to hold that SB cooler in place?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Voo Doo View Post
    xpatar are you using standoffs to hold that SB cooler in place?
    Yes I'm using standoffs to secure in place the southbridge cooler, it's
    directly placed onto the chip without the use of gasket gap pad.
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    ENZOTECH SCW1 vs APOGEE GT

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    Sexy!
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    sweet pic
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    very nice indeed.

    What heatsinks are those around the CPU area? (mosfet)

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    Black and silver, nice theme you've setup there! Looks sexy!
    Which pump will be pushing that Supreme?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NoobCake View Post
    very nice indeed.

    What heatsinks are those around the CPU area? (mosfet)
    They look like the stock ones from any 780i/790i board. I could be wrong.

    Damn sexy none the less.
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    They look like the stock ones from any 780i/790i board. I could be wrong.
    I think that is EVGA or XFX 790i MB.

    Steffen go go go.

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    it's the stock heatsink.
    changed my loop again, now without metal spiral.

    sry, seems like something is reflecting on the plexi >.<
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    Just love brushed metal... mmm
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    Hello!

    a little update of my LC:

    Setup:
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    GPU: AquagraFX
    NB & SB: Enzotech SNBW-SLI
    ChłodnicaCPU: Enzotech SCW-1
    GPU: AquagraFX
    NB & SB: Enzotech SNBW-SLI
    Cooler: Black ICE GT240
    Pump: Laing 12V DDC-1T
    Tank: O-Tank 170
    Tubes: Tygoon R3603: Black ICE GT240





























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    Wow, man i love your machine.
    Congrats to this lovely build!

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    Thats one sweet build there Lagier
    Hark children of the Resolution !!

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    Awesome! Check your PM
    Thanks to Steffen for telling me!

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    big thx guys for positive comments

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