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post #3911 of 9802
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I have read and been told to always use one material blocks.

Never combine aluminium to any other metal in a loop. In my opinion, never use aluminium in your loop. Rads are in brass/copper, and most blocks are copper (some with a layer of nickel)

Aluminium in a loop = No Go.


Unless you want this of course. wink.gif


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post #3912 of 9802
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Perhaps you mean one metal blocks. There is no corrosion of materials for non metals and copper. Not a problem unless it leaks. In any case, I read that acrylic can be a weak material, so I will go for XSPC or EK copper/plastic variant. While the XSPC has a steel top on copper, I'm told stainless steel is not an issue like nickle, sliver, or any kind of plating. There are no solid copper blocks for the RIVE BTW. I'd imagine for price reasons.

They actually carry the one i was considering.
It reflows to your chip though.

http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17067/ex-blc-1224/EK_Supremacy_ELITE_CPU_Liquid_Cooling_Block_-_Full_Nickel_-_Socket_2011_w_Indigo_Xtreme_EK-Supremacy_Elite_-_Intel_2011.html?tl=c325s1572b133
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post #3913 of 9802
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Never combine aluminium to any other metal in a loop. In my opinion, never use aluminium in your loop. Rads are in brass/copper, and most blocks are copper (some with a layer of nickel)

Aluminium in a loop = No Go.


Unless you want this of course. wink.gif



words of wisdom there , good pics of a bad situation.
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post #3914 of 9802
And in my eyes all plating is a problem. It may last one year, or 10. But it will fail over time. It's like a thin layer of paint. I'd do copper and brass everywhere if I could.
Edited by Neo Zuko - 2/18/13 at 1:35pm
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post #3915 of 9802

The 380I by koolance is better and it is only $74.99 not 121.XX
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post #3916 of 9802
I like koolance I was looking at this unit for my adventure into water cooling.

http://koolance.com/erm-3k3uc-liquid-cooling-system-copper
(it is aluminum and copper)

The Ek is solid Nickle, Koolance is nickel plated copper on the cpu block. But i don't know if it makes that much difference. That is a whole new budgetery adventure.biggrin.gif
Edited by Maximization - 2/18/13 at 1:49pm
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post #3917 of 9802
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I like koolance I was looking at this unit for my adventure into water cooling.

http://koolance.com/erm-3k3ua-liquid-cooling-system-aluminum
(it is aluminum and copper)

The Ek is solid Nickle, Koolance is nickel plated copper on the cpu block. But i don't know if it makes that much difference. That is a whole new budgetery adventure.biggrin.gif
Its just for looks more than likely
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post #3918 of 9802
the Koolance 380i is the best CPU block if you want to put up with plating risks. I'd get it over everything else even tho Swiftech has the best CPU waterblock mounting system in the universe. But as I said, I won't go plating unless I have to. So I am back to Swiftech CPU blocks which are all copper and plastic. If nothing else, I have that superb mounting system.
Edited by Neo Zuko - 2/18/13 at 1:53pm
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post #3919 of 9802
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the Koolance 380i is the best CPU block if you want to put up with plating risks. I'd get it over everything else even tho Swiftech has the best CPU waterblock mounting system in the universe. But as I said, I won't go plating unless I have to. So I am back to Swiftech CPU blocks which are all copper and plastic. If nothing else, I have that superb mounting system.

Koolance and Heatkiller have less nickel flaking failure than EK as far as I know.
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What could a 0x0A BSOD be caused by? I can run Prime 95 just fine for an hour with 1792 FFT's @ 4.8GHz with 1.43-1.44v but it randomly gives BSOD when gaming which is funny because Prime 95, specially at 1792 fft's, is a lot more stressful. doh.gif

I heard it could be VTT? I use 1.175v, don't want to go higher as I heard it's not safe, is it? VCCSA is also at 1.175v, 2nd VTT at AUTO, CPU PLL at 1.85v

It's not always 0x0A BSOD, sometimes it's 0x124, 0x101... It's driving me nuts.

I find it hard to believe that CPU is unstable, it runs Prime 95 just fine, only fails on games...
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