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Which waterblock for LGA1150?

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I'm building a new rig and will be moving my XSPC 240 + phobya 200 from LGA 1366 to LGA 1150... is their any discernable difference between the different blocks, on haswell?

I was thinking i would go with one of the Raystorm options but if there is an obvious top performer, i dont mind spending a few extra bucks.
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post #2 of 5
Most of them perform within 1-2c of each other. Just pick the one you like the most aesthetically. thumb.gif
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roger that, thank you sir.

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one thing i should have asked is...

will the XSPC waterblock from their 240 kit, fit the LGA1150 socket? I was digging through the website and it looks like the block will fit chips all the way back to 1366. I'm assuming the main differences are where the mounting holes are placed and maybe backplate spacing?

i have had the xspc kit well before haswell was released so i'm curious if i even need to replace the block.
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post #5 of 5
Yep! If you check some, all of the kits come with mounting brackets for 1366 and 1150/1155/1156.
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