i went for the EK supremacy MX too.
I thought a 50$ CPU waterblock would be fine. Hell i was wrong. Never go cheap on watercooling, or you may have this problem :
you can see on the pictures how the fitting is tightly secure with a tie-rap, and it's dry around it.
the water comes from the body, and here is an additionnal picture to prove it :
you can see how the cap is slightly off.
on this corner, there is no screw to seal the cap, because they have their LOGO on there !
since when looks > safety in watercooling ? it's pure nonsense.
This happened 1 week after setup, during a session of my favorite game. The PSU shutted everything off suddendly.
So it's happened well after the "leak testing" period generaly advised of 24 hours.
I drained everything and replaced the waterblock by an air cooler. The mobo posts and i am able to boot in windows. Shuted down the PC, waiting for a new CPU block, a watercool heatkiller IV.
at least this one doesn't have a ****ty logo in place of a screw.
my 2 cents. buyers beware !Edited by neojack - 9/29/15 at 1:26pm