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This is a better example of the heatpipe waterblock idea:
http://www.tweaknews.net/reviews/the...v1_cpu_cooler/ <-- Wrong, fixing
Haven't seen any reviews yet though, anybody seen any?
lol dude thats a better example but it still sucks
    
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IF you want just a pin design.... look towards the Swiftech GT design. Their design would almost definitely beat your crossflow pin design.

hey.....ChielScape pin design not mine Duckie
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which comes down to the pump used.
and what you're saying about those cups might be true, but that is assumed that blocks with pins have a thick base.

Dualchannel WB for next post.
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which comes down to the pump used.
and what you're saying about those cups might be true, but that is assumed that blocks with pins have a thick base.

Dualchannel WB for next post.
but no matter what, say 2 blocks have the same base, and one has cups and the other pins, no matter what the cups will always be closer to the IHS.

For the simple fact that the cups are indented into the base and pins are extruded upwards from the base.
Did i use those words right?

and plus, if you think of it, jets over pins will cause much less turbulance than cups, as the jet would just flow down the pins, with cups they will channel to the bottom of the semi-circle and have to bounce back up, causing alot of turbulance, and we learned from the other quad core block thread, that turbulance is good in blocks, captures all the heat from the tiny microsopical cracks in the copper.
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lol dude thats a better example but it still sucks
This is the one I was talking about:
http://www.thermaltake.com/product/L...2/cl-w0092.asp

It still might suck though.
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What about an "S" channel with 70-80 degree inlets on opposite ends of the channel and an outlet in the center?
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This is the one I was talking about:
http://www.thermaltake.com/product/L...2/cl-w0092.asp

It still might suck though.
ahhh that one hahaha, Tt, all for looks.

haha i would really like to see some stats on that block!
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but no matter what, say 2 blocks have the same base, and one has cups and the other pins, no matter what the cups will always be closer to the IHS.

For the simple fact that the cups are indented into the base and pins are extruded upwards from the base.
Did i use those words right?

and plus, if you think of it, jets over pins will cause much less turbulance than cups, as the jet would just flow down the pins, with cups they will channel to the bottom of the semi-circle and have to bounce back up, causing alot of turbulance, and we learned from the other quad core block thread, that turbulance is good in blocks, captures all the heat from the tiny microsopical cracks in the copper.
the problem is, at some point you drill trough the block. if your base is already just 1mm thick...
even then, you're saying they're more effective with a jet, but blocks with horizontal barbs dont have jets. would only hurt flow.
and we already came to the conclusion horizontal barbs are better. at least for pelt blocks. and square pins do give a lot of turbulence, as all sharp edges do. (just realised: if the squares are arranges as bricks, the water would splash against the pin behind the opening it came trough. it would require some pressure, but give lots of turbulence.)

but i'll draw something with the cups for normal blocks, as for this application it might yield good results. perhaps a combination of the 2.
( 2 > 1 )

anyway, here's the promised block. both channels are the same length.
post #79 of 95
I like that idea but it seems like it has walls right over the hottest areas.

What about an "S" channel with 70-80 degree inlets on opposite ends of the channel and an outlet in the center?
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i noticed. when i saw the inside of the V8. it's quite a simple block. what i
also noticed was the lack of pins, instead of which there were holes.
the drill press explains why, obviously.
Your drill press assumption couldn't be less accurate/farther from the truth.
The V8 "lacked" pins by intent of design, not lack of machine tools.

On my 18" quill DP w/calibrated tilt & lock base plate, 4" 90º adjustable vise, 8" cross slide vise, locking arbor
shaft and staggered side-tooth metal slitting saw, cutting diamond pins is a cake walk. Far more time
consuming due to set-up, manual repositioning and recalibration, but a done deal non the less.
  
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