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+1
debating between the raystorm and the MCW82. The raystorm could be much better, but the MCW82 is being constantly improved and updated to fit the latest sockets and the such (just recently they made a baseplate that allows use on the 79xx series, the cards have a metal shim that prevent contact)
You can use this in EK WB, although I think it would work with other waterblocks.

There was a comparison between some blocks (GPU-220, Supreme HF and MCW-82 among others) which showed the Ek Supreme HF to be the highest flow waterblock. I'll try to find it later.
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I will order tonight, won't be installing for a few
Weeks, review will be written, cheers,
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I will order tonight, won't be installing for a few
Weeks, review will be written, cheers,
Thanks, +rep
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