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I know that the mcw80's were a flop, but what's the general consensus of the mcw60 vs the newer mcw82?
    
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Its the same base as an MCW80... The top is modified and has less pressure drop... It should perform quite a bit better than an MCW60 with much better flow.
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I have the 82 and it is doing quite well on my 6950
    
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What about MCW82 and EK Supreme HF VGA block?
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MCW80 is a complete bauss at cooling stuff.....idk what you are talking about.

Though the flow rate could be better, it still cools very well.
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READ THIS: http://skinneelabs.com/universalgpu-nv480/ (PAGE 4)

MCW60 is a little better I think.
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What about MCW82 and EK Supreme HF VGA block?
The cooling performance is similar. I would go with the swiftech for proven support for the platform. The mcw60/80/82 have seen continued support from swiftech (new brackets, top etc) and this is critical for universal gpus.

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READ THIS: http://skinneelabs.com/universalgpu-nv480/ (PAGE 4)

MCW60 is a little better I think.
That is comparing the mcw80 v mcw60r2 not the mcw82 and mcw60r2. The mcw82 has much better flow rates (than the mcw80, but still worse than the mighty mcw60r2) and cools better than both of those.
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That is comparing the mcw80 v mcw60r2 not the mcw82 and mcw60r2. The mcw82 has much better flow rates (than the mcw80, but still worse than the mighty mcw60r2) and cools better than both of those.
So then it's pretty much the mcw60 is best in terms of flow rate, but the mcw82 is best in terms of cooling performance? (note- I actually own both of them, lol)
    
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Its the same base as an MCW80... The top is modified and has less pressure drop... It should perform quite a bit better than an MCW60 with much better flow.
Isn't the flow worse?

    
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READ THIS: http://skinneelabs.com/universalgpu-nv480/ (PAGE 4)

MCW60 is a little better I think.
Cool review ... especially since they used a GTX 480 (exactly what I'll be cooling)
    
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