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i need a place to live now frown.gif i need to move on march 5 that's why.
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i need a place to live now frown.gif i need to move on march 5 that's why.

So you should be up and running by the 6th then? wink.gif
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I have thinking about get the CPU-370SA in few weeks!
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"The version for Intel sockets comes with two back plates and some extra posts, so it's a little more than the AMD socket version."

That's what Koolance says is the reason for them making the Intel version more expensive.

EDIT: "This version has the same internal design as our original CPU-370, and our tests put them at roughly the same level for flow and thermals. Temp was about 0.3ºC lower on the CPU-370SI versus CPU-370 last test, which is within tolerance.

We are looking at getting black thumb nuts done.

Tim"
http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?279374-New-Koolance-CPU-370SA-and-CPU-370SI-Water-Blocks
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post #15 of 22
Those have been available in Aus for nearly a month now, I am wanting to look into the AMD one ..


@ XNine: I thought that the RayStorm was already beaten by the DT 5noz.
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Those have been available in Aus for nearly a month now, I am wanting to look into the AMD one ..
@ XNine: I thought that the RayStorm was already beaten by the DT 5noz.

Reviews said they were about equal in thermal performance, although the DT 5noz has a more mild bow than the Raystorm, making mounting more reliable on larger processors like the 3930k
    
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post #17 of 22
I truly believe that the original metal one looks a lot better. And I don't see the point of the complaining in terms of the AMD/ Intel blocks. The pics clearly show you cant just change the mounting bracket, you need to take apart the to of the block block. But I am surprised that the internals are the same as the old one. Personally I would stay with the older one.
post #18 of 22
I think that it is great that Koolance has made one for each camp AMD/Intel... How many times have I been put off top performing blocks because I cant use it out of the box...namely the Swiftech blocks.

A lot of the time AMD misses out and that causes down time for anyone trying to get an AMD spider/bracket/ At least Koolance, EK and XSPC are getting the message....
post #19 of 22
OMG - its HERE!

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post #20 of 22
Sounds like pricing based on popularity, a bit of a crappy move on their part.1
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