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what do you guys think about this block. will this out beat the dTek big time?
    
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On a celeron D, possibly. The TEC it uses will not keep a newer processor cool, especially a quad.
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if you replace the tec with like a 300+ watt tec
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hmm I can tell you that with it as it is with it's 200+ watt tec *** when properly dissipated *** it would beat the D-Tek. As wheels stated with a 300 or 437watt tec replacement it would be even better, specially for using with a quad.

The thing about tec cooling is that you " must " get the whole setup right including : tec block & tec choice, psu for tec, dissipation/fan/radiator to exchange heat from tec.

If any of these things are not done properly you can almost be certain that you won't get the performance gains antissipated also you risk high temperatures in loop and increased water burst thru....and many '' RMA'ing ""...lol~!
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WHY do you have so many, "Will this beat the FuZion" threads.

You have 3 mainstream options and each have their own strengths.
  • D-Tek FuZion V2
  • Ek Supreme
  • XSPC Edge

Feel free to find another block that preforms as good [there are some].

Pick one already
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ek supreme is a rather restrictive block id say away from it. but an xspc edge should outflow a fuzion v1 and 2
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I wouldn't bother with anything smaller then a 437W Pelt on a quad, even that is probably not worth the expense of setting up a TEC loop and spending 30 bux or so every month on electricity for the temp's you would get...

You can get phase for about what a high end TEC loop would cost, I'd ask NOL about it, he has some that can pull really decent load temp's with quads...

If you just really like playing with stuff you could set up a 437W TEC loop with a slush box chiller and get good load temp's, you could get higher end phase for the same $$$ though and have a lower electric bill to boot....
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