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Originally Posted by yoi View Post

stephenm , i got a question : ( various lol )

1. is there going to be a pump/block only version ?

2. assuming you can change the tubes of the block , can you put some compression fittings on the pump/block? or its just a barb ? (i cant wait to mod it biggrin.gif)

3. if you can , what size is it ? G1/4 ? (you already said the tubing size)


... i really wish for a pump/block only version , it will make my builds ( and my customers ) really happy biggrin.gif specially those in the HTPC trend wink.gif

1. We could do it, nothing has been decided yet as we are focusing on this first unit right now.

2. you can't change the barb fittings off the block, there was just not enough room for that other than doing what we did on APD2 which is not as cost effective and we would lose the swivel functionality.

2bis. if we make eventually sell the block alone we might include a set of swivel 1/2" barb in addition to the standard 3/8".

3. see 2.

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post #272 of 3166
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Originally Posted by Cyclonic View Post

Looks good and a nice price. I wish they would of taken the Kraken X60 in that test also. If you only want to cool the cpu, that 1 might be better becaus of the 280 rad.

I haven't had time to watch the video but if I remember correctly I think Gabe explained for the first part of our demo we set all 3 systems to the same fan speed of 1,400 to make a good thermal comparison of the 3 products.

The X60 is has a larger radiator and larger fans so it makes the comparison kind of biased and it's the reason why we stuck with these 3 instead. The other reason is that Kraken is another Asetek based unit I.E. similar to the thermaltake (same pump/block - aluminum radiator) unit we had on demo.


As said before we'll most likely release a H240 which will have a dual 140mm copper radiator similar to our MCR240-QP.
post #273 of 3166
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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

I thought aluminium was long gone from watercooling. So you are saying that the Kraken rad is made of Aluminium with a copper block? If you say right, then it's a total fail.
Yes it's an aluminum radiator...; ours is copper/brass.
post #274 of 3166
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Originally Posted by Shadow_Foxx View Post

Someone already mentioned that the fittings are not replaceable, they are a proprietary barb with some kind of locking mechanism. Watch the linus video to see more of them. thumb.gif
I don't like the proprietary term cause it makes sound like it's only compatible with our tubing while it's not smile.gif
it's a standard 3/8" barb fitting with a metal 360-degree clamp - you can use any 3/8" / 10mm ID tubing here and any external clamp.
And that fitting also happens to swivel for convenience - but it still is a standard 3/8" barb fitting. The whole unit is designed to be customizable just like any high end LC component
post #275 of 3166
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If a H320 came out, I would get it in a heart beat.

Hell YEA !!! Im sold. I really like this company taking the initiative in talking to its customers. Waiting in line for a h320!

Best Part is they are pretty local to me so another bonus!
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I'm still debating and saving for my wc loop, but so far this seems really tempting.
Are there any cpu-z shots with vcore under load for the 3770k's used in those CES results?
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I'm still debating and saving for my wc loop, but so far this seems really tempting.
Are there any cpu-z shots with vcore under load for the 3770k's used in those CES results?
I can take one on monday, if I am not mistaken it was about 1.37V - will confirm on monday - if I forget just remind me by email stephen at swiftech dot com
post #278 of 3166
@stephenm: How concerned are you that the "L" shape of the reservoir on the rad will limit case compatibility? Mainly cases that have a split top such as the CM 690 II (amongst many others) that also doesn't have ~55mm of space to mount both rad and fans below the metal:



Whereas a competing AIO (or custom loop) would fit with the fans above the metal and the rad below the metal.
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12-14 FPI
nope, no problem there!

12-14 FPI that is real good. Perfect placement, to give a good choice of fans with higher CFM, with decent SP to cool the rad.
Much better than H110i at 17 FPI, which needs higher SP fans to be more effective, which in turn require more noise as fans need to spin much faster to get the higher SP.

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As said before we'll most likely release a H240 which will have a dual 140mm copper radiator similar to our MCR240-QP.

Make this happen please!!! biggrin.gif
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