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just thought i would let the 3870x2 users like myself know that PTS has the EK3870x2 block in stock and ready to ship.

http://www.petrastechshop.com/ekx2fucowafo.html
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Oh wow Thanks for the heads up +Rep

Now if only I didn't spend alot of money last night...
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i like the price its much less then i was expecting
    
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PTS is the bomb.


I dont know which is better, the EK or DD. Both are about the same price. =P They are VERY expensive waterblocks. But I guess it goes with the territory of such a high-end cooler and card.
    
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i am gonna say the EK blocks are better
    
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PTS is the bomb.


I dont know which is better, the EK or DD. Both are about the same price. =P They are VERY expensive waterblocks. But I guess it goes with the territory of such a high-end cooler and card.
Well there is alot of copper in them. I was really expecting them to be more, but I like the prices I see.

I liked the DD but I am considering the EK now.
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post #7 of 18
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i think the DD x2 block is ugly and it doesn't look very good from a performance standpoint. the EK x2 block looks a bit restrictive but its dead sexy and reeks of performance.
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post #8 of 18
i had DD fullcover blocks on my ultras and they were nice but the EK blocks i have on my 3870's keep me idling at 19c and loading in the high 20's
    
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post #9 of 18
Boy that looks nice.. Also looks very restrictive...
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post #10 of 18
does look a bit more restrictive than some of the others but it looks like it will definitely perform well
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