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awww i did get a foil covered SB chip............. i just had thermal paste ! btw your Koolance MB-ASR4E cover one of you mb mounting holes? Ek's does, i know it doesn't matter but why would you build a WC block like that EK? why.... smile.gif

Koolance MB-ASR4E fits perfectly for all mb mounting holes. No issues. Now deciding whether to use XSPC or EK ram block and XSPC or Koolance CPU block....
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get the xspc raystorm for the cpu looks good and from what I've seen is the best cpu WB out there and surprisingly its cheap!
    
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awww i did get a foil covered SB chip............. i just had thermal paste ! btw your Koolance MB-ASR4E cover one of you mb mounting holes? Ek's does, i know it doesn't matter but why would you build a WC block like that EK? why.... smile.gif

Yes, the absolute most center hole is covered with the Koolance block also, it does it no harm as there are still 8 screws that will hold the motherboard in place, I suggest putting the standoff there anyway as it will help support the motherboard when you are pushing your GPU's down on it.
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Koolance MB-ASR4E fits perfectly for all mb mounting holes. No issues. Now deciding whether to use XSPC or EK ram block and XSPC or Koolance CPU block....

Ram blocks, I wouldn't use those even if you gave them to me for free.. mainly because it's not necessary, it makes it more cluttered, and if you work on your rig and like to swap stuff out a lot like me, then it's a pain in the arse to work around.

CPU Blocks, hmm I have the Koolance 370, never a problem and works well, 1.6GPM for that loop on my rig... the board that I helped my friend put together during a extensive troubleshooting process used a EK HF copper, worked a charm too and perfect if you don't like the silver Koolance 370 Look, The EK one was black acetal.. I suggest staying away from their "nickel plated" line tho for now until they get that mess sorted out..

I don't buy anything XSPC, I live in HK and I know how HK do buisness, I prefer if my parts aren't made in China... "zero" confidence, sorry.... umm EK stuff are made in China also last I checked, probably has something to do with their recent nickel QA fiasco...

Try to choose a product from a company that has a good balance of customer service and quality + performance.
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Koolance MB-ASR4E fits perfectly for all mb mounting holes. No issues. Now deciding whether to use XSPC or EK ram block and XSPC or Koolance CPU block....

If you really wanna go down the ram wc'ing route... might I suggest these? click

I was originally gonna go with 8 Koolance RAM-33's but figured the flow would be way too low no matter what way I did the loop even with two PMP-450/S's (@24V). They have the other colours depending on your colour theme.

Just food for thought.

Edit: Just remembered that you have Dominators... Bitspower (the makes of the block I posted) makes blocks just for the dominators. All that's needed is to remove the red top from the heatsinks and the blocks fit snugly over the screws.
Edited by ArkAngel666 - 3/7/12 at 12:55am
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I don't buy anything XSPC, I live in HK and I know how HK do buisness, I prefer if my parts aren't made in China... "zero" confidence, sorry.... umm EK stuff are made in China also last I checked, probably has something to do with their recent nickel QA fiasco...
Try to choose a product from a company that has a good balance of customer service and quality + performance.

I really would not judge a PC component by the country that it was made in maybe by the country that it was design in ( probably because I'm a bit of a AC fan boy) but hey when it comes down to it most off your pc is made in china so I really wouldn't worry about that. I would take the companies rep and quality far more into account because it will work hard to maintain their image regardless of where they parts are made........ and last I check XSPC doesn't have many issues with their products unlike EK.

And for the record, at least in terms of EK VGA WCing gear and it's 7970 blocks. There made in Slovenia (couldn't wait half a month for AC frown.gif ). Not sure if that's a + lol (tad contradictory smile.gif )
    
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MIPS makes ram blocks too and they are coming out with a cpu block. They will probably be the highest quality, not sure about the performance.

http://www.mips-computer.com/

I was planning on using the raystorm with EK motherboard and EK ram block, but now will be trying out DT's new waterblock. Here's my board with the EK blocks:

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I really would not judge a PC component by the country that it was made in maybe by the country that it was design in ( probably because I'm a bit of a AC fan boy) but hey when it comes down to it most off your pc is made in china so I really wouldn't worry about that. I would take the companies rep and quality far more into account because it will work hard to maintain their image regardless of where they parts are made........ and last I check XSPC doesn't have many issues with their products unlike EK.
And for the record, at least in terms of EK VGA WCing gear and it's 7970 blocks. There made in Slovenia (couldn't wait half a month for AC frown.gif ). Not sure if that's a + lol (tad contradictory smile.gif )

I hear ya smile.gif

but most of my PC is actually not Made in China, lets see... MB is Taiwan, HD and CPU is Malaysia, AQ5 and blocks is Germany, Case is USA, most Koolance stuff is Korea... This does not include those chips, bits and bobs that are made god knows where...

If you have lived in HK / China the past 10+ years and have been doing business in this region, knowing how the chinese do business (thus I must say in their defense, it is improving now), plus seeing the actual migration from Asus Taiwan factory to China factory and quality down rolling from there (ok they seem to be better now a days, but 5-6 years ago? P4 and NF anyone?), man I have countless war stories.. My comment wasn't a direct attack towards any specific company, but it's a shame that many products that are release from china are sup par and if you land a good decent product, you probably got lucky.. not to mention the abuse and work environment people are subjected to there.. but Lets not turn this into a Apple and Foxconn controversy thread.. biggrin.gif

The problem is not with the company themselves, nor is it with QA probably... the problem is with the margin between the poor and the rich is about "5 miles long", in China you are either making pennies, or you are making millions, where's the middle class? take that and the amount of "under the table" black market schemes and thieves, in the end, the person that ends up paying are the consumers (us)....

I didn't mean anything bad by what I said nor was I wishing to diss any company, just there are companies that makes quality products, then there are company that makes products focused on the budget minded consumer, if you took a SR1 and a XSPC rad and held one in each hand, you'd know what I mean... The target and focus are different, as I myself believe that water cooling originated more from a line of luxury before a Corsair H50 even existed, budget minded users aside.. If you are going to do a full custom water loop, do it right or don't do it at all... or just by a kit and call it a day...
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Sorry for the long over due update! Here's a shot with my messy test bench, all blocks and flow completed running on a single AquaComputer AMS 360, Asus RE4, Corsair Dominator GT 32GB, i7 3960X, Asus HD7970 4-way CF, SSD, HDD & Silverstone 1500W PSU. Blocks are Swiftech Komodo HD7970 Full cover blocks, Koolance CPU-370, Koolance MB-ASR4E, EK Dominator X4 and several BitsPower stuff. Now time to transfer to Caselab TX10D! Those tubing are for testing usage. Not for the actual build.

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New images, setup 1 with Asus Rampage 4 Extreme, Asus AMD HD7970 4 way Crossfire, Corsair Dominator GT 32GB 2133MHz Quad Channel, Koolance, EK, Swiftech blocks.




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