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XSPC Delta Block for 2600k

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I currently have the xspc delta block on my i7 920 and was wondering if its still an ok block for the 2600k or should I look into something else?
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The XSPC site describes mounting for an 1155/1156 motherboard [the mounting holes are in the same place] so it should fit a Sandy Bridge motherboard.

This is Bundymania's testing. I uploaded his data tables for your convenience. Although it is on the 1366 core i7 series, you can see the Delta V3 may be 5°C higher than the newest generation of CPU water-blocks.

If you choose a new CPU block, you will also want to look at flow characteristics depending on the rest of your loop. Flow data are also in Bundymania's testing. Good luck.


Edited by musicfan - 5/5/11 at 12:24pm
    
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core i7 875k intel dp55kg evga gtx680 g.skill 8g 1600 
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mushkin ssd samsung blu-ray reader swiftech apogee XT v2 Windows 7 
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dell 2405 fpw corsair k70 corsair 850tx cm haf 932 
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logitech mx-518 
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