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this one. the EK supreme requires a lot of pressure, while the fuzion is pretty free flowing.
i see. thank you
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post #22 of 22
note that martin's testing has shown the new MC-TDX to be even more free flowing, but i have yet to see temperature comparisons. it would be a great block to use if you were to have watercooled SLI or Xfire (especially triSLI and XfireX, though in those cases it may be wise to dedicate a seperate loop to those cards)
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