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[TPU] EK Introduces its First AMD C32/G34 Water Block

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EK Water Blocks, Ljubljana based premium performance PC water cooling gear manufacturer, is excited to introduce it's first AMD C32/G34 socket water block thus introducing high performance water cooling to the server and workstation market.

EK-Supremacy AMD C32/G34 is the ultimate water block for server- & workstation type motherboards featuring one or more AMD C32- or G34 sockets. Moreover this product also supports AMD's older Socket F. Included PreciseMount mechanism offers error-preventing, tool-less installation - the result is a perfect installation which results in optimal performance every time.

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Can't wait to see some folding rigs with 4 of these!
 
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Interesting stuff. smile.gif
    
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Can't wait to see some folding rigs with 4 of these!
I can't wait to see the electric bill.
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EK, why so many circles? why?
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Aw, yiss.

As for the circles; I'm not too fond of them, but I'm used to it at this point. I'm more partial to simply the 'EK' printed on the products, but everyone has to sacrifice something. tongue.gif
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post #6 of 25
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EK, why so many circles? why?

I tend to agree, but it isn't all that bad. Yeah it's ugly as sin, but for a quad CPU folding build with 64 cores, I could live with the "ugly" since it would be in a case without a window in it. Still, I wish it was better looking ... say copper and clear without circles ... then I would be proud to show off my water blocks in a 4P machine for Folding.
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I can't wait to count the circles. Yipee.
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I can't wait to count the circles. Yipee.

9 ... 11 if you count the 2 G1/4 thread circles ... and 15 if you count the mounting holes. biggrin.gif
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EK has ruined circles for me, M$ has ruined squares. What is next? triangles?
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Originally Posted by 3930K View Post

I can't wait to count the circles. Yipee.

9 ... 11 if you count the 2 G1/4 thread circles ... and 15 if you count the mounting holes. biggrin.gif
So 60 circles + GPUs in a 4P. Crazy.
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