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Thanks! Much help! I'll have to look into the Alphacool blocks. Are they any good? I was also looking at Koolance too. I don't mind mixing and matching as long as all of the blocks are black. I'm going with black blocks and white UV tubing to match my white Phantom 820 case thumb.gif

http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_971_240_580&products_id=36088

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http://www.performance-pcs.com/catalog/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=59_971_1018_1042&products_id=36087

Koolance blocks will not fit.

You have EK and Alphacool.



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Being Plastic + that stupid little plate made me choose Alphacool Bling nling vs plastic XD
    
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The EK is plastic? I think I actually like the Alphacool better than EK. I would want the backplates too. biggrin.gif
Edited by RavageTheEarth - 4/1/13 at 9:51pm
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EK top is acetal.
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Acetal (POM) - A thermoplastic produced by the addition polymerization of an aldehyde through the carbonyl function, yielding unbranched polyoxymethylene chains of great length. The acetal resins are among the strongest and stiffest of all thermoplastics, and are characterized by good fatigue life, low moisture sensitivity, high resistance to solvents and chemicals, and good electrical properties. Because of these properties, acetals often compete with nylons for many of the same applications. Acetals may be processed by conventional injection molding and extrusion techniques. The main area of application for acetal is industrial and mechanical products.
The acetal polymer (POM) class was first introduced in 1956 and has achieved important application because of a good profile of properties. Two types of acetals available are a homopolymer and a copolymer with slightly different advantages for each. Acetals are available in fiber reinforced and lubricated molding grades as well as extruded shapes for machined parts.

Features
Lubricated (391), Copolymer (302), Good Wear Resistance (262), Low Friction (208), Good Chemical Resistance (180), Homopolymer (171), Good Dimensional Stability (169), High Strength (140), High Stiffness (126), General Purpose (124), 128 More... Uses
Automotive Applications (208), Gears (184), General Purpose (121), Engineering Parts (116), Bearings (106), Business Equipment (75), Fasteners (62), Thin-walled Parts (62), Electrical/Electronic Applications (62), Textile Applications (52), 85 More...

Disadvantages
- Poor resistance to acids
- Subject to UV degradation
- Flammable
- Difficult to bond
- High specific gravity
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...I had ordered a few other things as well in addition to 6 tubes of CoolLab stuff, including a water-block, some cooling liquids etc...so a bigger box...all told for these extra items as well, 'extra-cost' for fast(ish) delivery was about $25-$30, though in retrospect, for just a few tubes of CL LM without any of the other stuff, I would just go for their regular cheaper delivery option...btw, you can do a dry run re ordering at their online shop and see delivery cost options geared towards your specific purchase.
Thank you. Just hate registering to figure all the stuff out. Ill order tomorrow.
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High specific gravity...that sucks (?) XD

Never knew what acetal really is, so thanks!
post #15536 of 33991
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Never knew what acetal really is, so thanks!

Me neither. Still not sure what it is.... lol

It does make a little more sense though.
post #15537 of 33991
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High specific gravity...that sucks (?) XD

Never knew what acetal really is, so thanks!

...but you always know about DRAM timings biggrin.gif ...with that in mind, what is the lowest Dram Ref cycle time for TridentX/2400 you recommend for a.) 2x 8GB 3770K and b.) 4x 8GB 3970X ? Thank you in advance thumb.gif
post #15538 of 33991
ref cycle? I haven't tested Samsung ram that much to give you an average but from what I've seen people tend to run that at 96 when going for 2600-2800mhz cl9-12-12-26-2t. (tertiaries normally go as tight as 1-1-1-1-4-4-1-1-4-4-0)
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ref cycle? I haven't tested Samsung ram that much to give you an average but from what I've seen people tend to run that at 96 when going for 2600-2800mhz cl9-12-12-26-2t. (tertiaries normally go as tight as 1-1-1-1-4-4-1-1-4-4-0)

Thanks - good stuff (rep+ also for all the other hints) thumb.gif I hear it also comes down to the number of sticks, so with 4, I might have to stay a bit looser than with 2 sticks...tertiaries I already had as above.
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Hokies83

...a couple of week(s) back, you had reported on your first temp tests, and as I recall the center GPU card ran a lot hotter than the other two...earlier today you posted new info which showed that the problem had been fixed...

...just out of interest, what was the issue / problem that caused the center card to run initially much hotter / how did you fix it if not obvious ?
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