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are these made to order sir?
Yes they are! I paid freddy friday, he worked his magic over the weekend and here it is!
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Wow, more beautiful copper goodness! Very nice!!
    
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post #13 of 19
Looks good!


I've actually been considering making up a couple test pieces to send to Martin... I want to make up a GPU cooler using a dimple pattern. GPU's nowadays even with light v-mods reach their OC limit long before temperature becomes a problem, so an ultra low resistance GPU block with a dimpled pattern over the core would be right at home in today's loops coupled with a high restriction CPU block such as the EK Supreme.

Frddy, have you or anyone else ever had a chance to flow test with/without dimples? Theoretically the dimpled block should have slightly better flow, that is what I am going for with the GPU cooler. Either that or maybe ripples.
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Looks good!


I've actually been considering making up a couple test pieces to send to Martin... I want to make up a GPU cooler using a dimple pattern. GPU's nowadays even with light v-mods reach their OC limit long before temperature becomes a problem, so an ultra low resistance GPU block with a dimpled pattern over the core would be right at home in today's loops coupled with a high restriction CPU block such as the EK Supreme.

Frddy, have you or anyone else ever had a chance to flow test with/without dimples? Theoretically the dimpled block should have slightly better flow, that is what I am going for with the GPU cooler. Either that or maybe ripples.
As far as I know the answer is no. Only the first couple of blocks I made had no dimples. I don't see how it would effect flow that much. I am certain though that it adds a great deal of turbulence.
as you know I fooled around with the diamond pin block, but in my own testing I can see no advantage over the cupped base temp wise. I am no longer going to make those because of the work involved with no real gain. I have one of my diamond pin blocks on my rig now and it may actually be running a couple of degrees warmer than my old V6. I am cleaning up and polishing that old V6 and it is going back on when get my Blood Iron this coming week and finally make the switch to dual core.
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As far as I know the answer is no. Only the first couple of blocks I made had no dimples. I don't see how it would effect flow that much. I am certain though that it adds a great deal of turbulence.
as you know I fooled around with the diamond pin block, but in my own testing I can see no advantage over the cupped base temp wise. I am no longer going to make those because of the work involved with no real gain. I have one of my diamond pin blocks on my rig now and it may actually be running a couple of degrees warmer than my old V6. I am cleaning up and polishing that old V6 and it is going back on when get my Blood Iron this coming week and finally make the switch to dual core.
Hehe, dual-core eh? Pretty fancy...

After thinking on it, I suppose that the air traveling over a golf ball is travelling much faster than the water in a cooling loop, so really it would probably have to be at 500psi or something screaming through the loop to measure a difference in flow.

Either way though, looks great as usual. I wish I had a mill in the garage; I have to drive all the way across town to use the one at the shop.

Kinda sucks when you drive a truck and gas is $3.96 a gallon.
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THATS MINE THATS MINE THATS MINE THATS MINE!

I feel like a kid at christmas, I can't wait to get it!
Hey what are you yelling for......Wait till you get it, pic's don't do them justice, they are a nice big, heavy, very well made block...
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Hey what are you yelling for......Wait till you get it, pic's don't do them justice, they are a nice big, heavy, very well made block...
I got it and all the rest of my WC Gear. I can now start building! This block is sick as hell and its heavy!!!
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I got it and all the rest of my WC Gear. I can now start building! This block is sick as hell and its heavy!!!
Glad to hear it...Take your time setting up and leak test it all well and you shouldn't have any problems..

Yeah those blocks are nice and massive......There is a lot of copper goodness in one....
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post #19 of 19
that is pretty lol. i need water some day lol
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