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i know danger den's gpu blocks are great but what about there cpu blocks, i cant find anyone that has the apogee in stock, and i need a block to replace my koolance block a friend gave me, so any opinions or suggestions would be apreciated
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I use the DD TDX cpu block with no problems. Haven't tried the swiftech apogee blocks, I'm sure the are quite nice though. here's a link to my block:

http://www.dangerdenstore.com/produc...&cat=61&page=1
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I have a TDX and love it. Cools really well and looks awesome. Apogee is claimed to be about 1-2C better, but a lot of that has to do with how you setup your loop and such. I mean, the difference in applying thermal paste is about 1-2C.
    
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The TDX is a solid block. The Swiftech Storm is also a great block. It will beat both the Apogee and TDX, but it cost a lot more.
    
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They are in stock here....Petra's Tech Shop Swifty Apogee
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I've used two TDX blocks. Love em. Easy to mount. Nothing get's in the way.
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thanks that really helped, and they sound great and anything will cool better than this koolance cpu 300.
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thanks that really helped, and they sound great and anything will cool better than this koolance cpu 300.
The Stinger "Standard Block" - Overclock.net - Overclocking.net
You might want to try one of fstfrddy's blocks....They work great but there might be a waiting list for them..
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