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post #1 of 11
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what is the best and I mean best water block for the q6600,

money is no problem.


fuzion
ek supreme
appogee gtx or gt

just of the top of my head, any others you can think of?????


also, would I benefit from from using mabey a tec type of water block, like a
stinger v8, or something,

also whats the best nozzle to use????

thanks guys,

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post #2 of 11
The D-tek Fuzion is the best commercial waterblock. The EK comes in a close second, with the GTX behind that. The Stinger is up with the D-tek and EK, but I don't know how they compare directly. I believe Ira-k uses a Stinger V-8 for his tec loop, so he'll be able to help better with that stuff.
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D-Tek Fuzion with nozzle kit
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post #4 of 11
i'll try my luck again with the new DD cause it was good with my amd 5600x2 . plus it out flows the dtek not by much and u don't have to clean it and cut gasket b4 using which is good cause taking apart a w/c block is a PITA.
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I'd say a modded fuzion works best, works for me
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and the best nozzle choice out of the kit for a quad is????
    
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oh no, this only re-affirms my theory that my Apogee GT has to go. This forum convinces me to spend more money than... ::goes off on happy rant::
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post #8 of 11
i think the quad nozzle works best if your pump can handle the restriction and keep the flow nicely
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post #9 of 11
Yeah, quad nozzle for quad processor The other nozzles are really designed for single die processors.
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post #10 of 11
Quad nozzle and washer made a good difference in my temps.
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