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I currently have a Danger Den MC-TDX for AM2 in my loop, I was looking to get a different water block but this one seems appealing to me:
http://www.frozencpu.com/products/17541/ex-blc-1359/EK_Supreme_LTX_AMD_CPU_Liquid_Cooling_Block_-_Acetal_CSQ_EK-Supreme_LTX_AMD_-_Acetal_CSQ.html?tl=g30c325s842#blank

Should I get it or should I just keep the one I currently have?

Rest of my Loop:

Pump: Danger Den DD-CPX-Pro

Rad: Hardware Labs Black Ice Pro II 240mm

CPU Block: Danger Den MC-TDX

Reservoir: XSPC Bay Reservoir 5.25

With 3/8" ID tubing
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honestly, i dont think you really need a new block unless youre having temp problems
amd cpus really dont benefit that much from better cooling, unlike intel cpus which get very hot

if you do decide on a new block, try going for a low restriction one. your pump performs best with low restriction setups
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