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Hello H2O folks!

Just asking anybody here got experience with these blocks?

http://www.jab-tech.com/XSPC-Razor-6970-pr-4802.html

I just can't afford to buy EK blocks due to that bad nickel peeling off and I've also seen it happening with copper versions.

Thanks
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Someone on here did a comparison between the XSPC and the EK blocks for reference 6970s and the XSPC came out performing a few degrees cooler.
    
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Originally Posted by _AKIMbO_;13770060 
Someone on here did a comparison between the XSPC and the EK blocks for reference 6970s and the XSPC came out performing a few degrees cooler.

Thanks _AKIMbO_!

I'm also concerned about the stainless steel top on copper block. I got no idea how it's gonna react on silver with distilled. I know aluminum is bad but what about stainless steel.
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Originally Posted by _s3v3n_;13770174 
Thanks _AKIMbO_!

I'm also concerned about the stainless steel top on copper block. I got no idea how it's gonna react on silver with distilled. I know aluminum is bad but what about stainless steel.

Stainless is fine, it doesn't actually touch stainless, it's all copper on the internals AFAIK. (I have a XSPC block).

If they were corrosive together I doubt a major watercooling company would put them together, now, would they tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by fr0st.;13770198 
Stainless is fine, it doesn't actually touch stainless, it's all copper on the internals AFAIK. (I have a XSPC block).

If they were corrosive together I doubt a major watercooling company would put them together, now, would they tongue.gif

I appreciate your response fr0st! I'll go ahead and but this one.

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post #6 of 14
what about a koolance?? maybe overpriced but u never hear about how their products are faulty

http://www.koolance.com/water-cooling/product_info.php?product_id=2021
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what about a koolance?? maybe overpriced but u never hear about how their products are faulty

http://www.koolance.com/water-cooling/product_info.php?product_id=2021

I never have ever head that XSPC was faulty either.
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Buy the Razer, i have it and love it.

temps are amazing.

I load at 47c with an OC of 1040/1500 @ 1.28v.

VRM's dont go above the 50's also.
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Buy the Razer, i have it and love it.

temps are amazing.

I load at 47c with an OC of 1040/1500 @ 1.28v.

VRM's dont go above the 50's also.

I've got a razer block too for one of my 5970's, temps are as good (if not better sometimes) than my EK block.
post #10 of 14
I've got two of the Razor 6970s on my 6950s, and they've been solid and fantastic. I am a bit disappointed that I emailed XSPC's support two weeks ago and never heard back from them.... Fortunately it was for something minor that I can take care of myself. Other than that hiccup, definite thumbs up for these blocks.
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