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Are there any decent white waterblocks?

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I'm trying to choose parts for a new waterloop, and I was wondering if there were any decent white Socket 2011 and GTX 780Ti waterblocks. I know there's the White Swiftech Apogee, but it looks pretty ugly if you ask me.
Thanks,
Jobobee
post #2 of 7
White frost blocks from EK are very attractive in a white build, especially if you are going to use white dye (which I wouldn't recommend, but anyway).
post #3 of 7
You can always just have a locale store powder coat them
    
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post #4 of 7
You have quite a few options, actually.

You could get a block of your choice painted.

You could get this Bitspower

Or you could get a clear block like the EK supremacy and go with white Mayhem's or something like that.
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I do like the look of black EKWB blocks, maybe I'll try to get one painted.
It's always better to use plain old distilled water though, right?
post #6 of 7
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Originally Posted by Jobobee View Post

I do like the look of black EKWB blocks, maybe I'll try to get one painted.
It's always better to use plain old distilled water though, right?

As long as the paint doesn't get on the parts and surfaces where the water is directly transferred through.
post #7 of 7
You could always use the white Bitspower Summit EF which I believe is pretty much the only white block at stock, and not have to deal with painting or colored fluid.
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