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post #11 of 19 Old 10-04-2006, 09:06 PM
 
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Wow the quality is undeniable! There cpu blocks are sick
I really like german products because they don't half a** their stuff, but dang their prices are expensive 54,95 Euros for a nvidia 7900 with ram sink attachment.. Thats 70 US dollars.. I'm having trouble reading all the german but it looks like the 7900 waterblock will take barbs for 1/2 ID tube, so I might consider this instead of a DD block for my card if I can overclock it..



omg they want 321 US dollars for a 460W PSU with a intergrated waterblock! Even though that would be cool I'd rather have a regular psu with more power. But ya know It wouldn't matter because the kinda power that psu is suppose to take is diffrent from what we have here in the US

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I found the web site made in Germany http://www.heatkiller.de/

$63US for the 7900GTX,7900gt,7800,7600GT

$82US for the X1900,X1800
Thats eems like a good price, I have been looking at the DangerDen full blocks for $129.......but they route the water directly over everything, these look like heatspreaders carry the heat from the ram up tot he main block.....very cool looking though......

But I can't read German
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I can understand some of it. Id love to order one of those. Looks a whole lot nicer than your typical Chinese made water blocks.
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Those rads (they look like condensers used for phase) will murder your flow. I don't know why, but it seems like a lot of the watercooling stuff that comes out of Germany is focused on low flow, very restrictive builds. I for one am a fan of the high flow, low restriction. If they can bring it that's fine, but it seems like a very backwards way to go about it.

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German engineering, gotta love it! I posted this a while back, along the same lines.
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...dy-beware.html

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Those rads (they look like condensers used for phase) will murder your flow. I don't know why, but it seems like a lot of the watercooling stuff that comes out of Germany is focused on low flow, very restrictive builds. I for one am a fan of the high flow, low restriction. If they can bring it that's fine, but it seems like a very backwards way to go about it.
I don't know much about W/C but can't you just add another pump or something to boost the flow?

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I don't know much about W/C but can't you just add another pump or something to boost the flow?
Not if the flow through the radiator is crappy in the first place.

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German engineering, gotta love it! I posted this a while back, along the same lines.
No doubt Germans make some nice stuff, the Aqua computer blocks I have on my 7900GTX's now are German made and they did a nice job.

Anyone find a place in the states the carries them??
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Those rads (they look like condensers used for phase) will murder your flow. I don't know why, but it seems like a lot of the watercooling stuff that comes out of Germany is focused on low flow, very restrictive builds. I for one am a fan of the high flow, low restriction. If they can bring it that's fine, but it seems like a very backwards way to go about it.
This is a personal view but I dono if i would call it backwards, its just that they are more concerned with longer heat transfer time. I think in theory there should be a unique sweet spot in everyones W/C rig were there has to be a balance of flow/heat transfer. The laws of thermal dynamics are the same its just the germans have another solution.

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