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yes, bigger tube=more water flow.

And 57C on a Q6600? ...i get that (ok maybe 2-3 more) on 3.6 with a TRUE...i guess if the idles are good....and temp doesnt increase gradually.
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well the idle temps was 30c

http://www.over________clock3d.net/r..._water_block/4

this is what im going of anyways lool im in a pickle

just take out the ______ because it wouldnt let me post the link for some reason ?? lol
    
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oh man this is great news

i gotta wait at least 2 weeks for pay day tho

ive seen that the EK cpu block has a better performance against a stock D-Tek but how about if i get the accelerator nozzle kit would it make any difference

an you reccomend gettings pro mounting kit



ive seen the results of a D-tek fuzion running a Q6600 at 3.5 at 57c

anyone no what kinda speeds an temp to expect when overclocking my e6600 ?
The EK looks like a great block, its restrictive you would need a lot better pump with it, same for the Fuzion with nozzles...A Fuzion with out nozzles wouldn't be bad with the DB, I guess, its to low flow for me, but it should work OK....

I'd just get a D-5 vario from the start and you wont have to worry about buying a better pump for a good long while...
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