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so I just upgraded from a core2duo e8500 and at that time I had created a waterloop but knew I would be upgrading my processor and so only made it a gpu loop but now with my 4770k want a cpu block and so I cannot find any tests or performance charts specifically for haswell the best i can find is ivy bridge because i know that each block performs differently for each processor. I was just looking for some feedback as to which blocks seem to be better for the new smaller die, can i assume the 3770k results will match the 4770k results,input would be awesome btw the top 3 blocks i'm looking at are the mips iceforce , koolance 380i , or the swiftech apogee hd the problem being that i have found mixed tests putting them all over in performance anyone know of which one performs better on the smaller die of haswell? oh and my current setup although in my first time watercooling thread is black ice gtx 360, with 3 mega fast delta fans, swiftech mpc 655 b pump, and a xspc d5 reservoir
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
Core 2 Duo e8500 DFI LP JR GF9400-T2RS gigabyte gtx 670 windforce OC Corsair 4GB 
Hard DriveHard DriveOptical DriveCooling
Western Digital Caviar Green OCZ Agility 3 SSD Lite-On iHES208 8x Blu-ray THERMALTAKE Frio 
OSOSMonitorKeyboard
Windows 7 pro x64 Lubuntu 11.10 ViewSonic VX2433wm PACKARD BELL 5139 
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Raidmax RX 630SS Zalman GS1000 Razer Tron Mouse 5600 DPI random free one 
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All competitive CPU blocks perform with 1 degree of each other. Possibly 2.

 

The only blocks that will see significant performance decreases are the value blocks that are sold for around $40 that are typically just large chunks of Acetal, such as EK's Supremecy LT.  

 

It has more to do with which ones you like to look at and match your loop design. If your making a copper loop, and your motherboard is blue and black, getting a white CPU block is dumb. 

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im using an xspc raystorm block on mine, loving it. 28c idle, 50c max on intelburntest highest stress level. works pretty good id say.
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Hard DriveHard DriveHard DriveCooling
Samsung 840 pro 250gb Samsung 840 evo 250gb Samsung 840 evo 250gb Ice kings magic. 
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WIN 10 Wasabi Mango 42" 4k Corsair k70 EVGA 1000w P2 
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