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How much are those kits? For those temps it better be cheap. My buddies Tuniq cools his quad better than that. I'm not saying they are bad temps, But damn.
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How much are those kits? For those temps it better be cheap. My buddies Tuniq cools his quad better than that. I'm not saying they are bad temps, But damn.
Where you see the difference, in my case anyway, is when OC'd my idle stayed roughly the same but the OC'd dropped from 72C to 55C at 3.2GHz.
    
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I was referring to the OP.
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Well according to this and this and this it still uses an aluminum rad. Nasty stuff that aluminum when mixed with copper.



Oh and lets not forget what Thermaltake says.
The Radiator fins are most certainly Aluminum, however the tubing is probably Copper.

I had a copper waterblock, and had zero issues.

Here's a pic from newegg with a shot of the rad.


I might be mistaken, but for 6-8 months of constant use, I didn't have any issues (with the exception of the crappy coolant).

Also, thy changed radiator designs with the 760i to a better heatercore type.
    
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The Radiator fins are most certainly Aluminum, however the tubing is probably Copper.

I had a copper waterblock, and had zero issues.

Here's a pic from newegg with a shot of the rad.


I might be mistaken, but for 6-8 months of constant use, I didn't have any issues (with the exception of the crappy coolant).

Also, thy changed radiator designs with the 760i to a better heatercore type.
Could be but as they say aluminum I believe the manufacturer.

Glad to hear you had no problems though.
    
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We told you you wouldn't like it....

And I highly recommend not getting an aftermarket block. You will be wasting your money, as the craptastic aluminum in the rest of the TT kit will start the galvanic corrosion process again and destroy the new block.
theres aluminium in that system for sure. I don't doubt it for a second. We all told you, also lets see some load temps...
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theres aluminium in that system for sure. I don't doubt it for a second. We all told you, also lets see some load temps...
there is aluminium in it, havent tested load yet, but will do this later
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