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then after all this i have got to get these then i'm done

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okay if i send it back its going to cost me 100 and what i paid for getting it here 100 end of the day i'm out of pocket $200 okay good thing is i can use the the vga card i can try and sell the **** ram cards here on a thai site so there that problem sorted out now if you want me to get a good set up you better go start looking for it because i have no idea about also the better ship to thailand just find me the best i dont mind about price problem sorted so run along boys and girls
it was going to cost me like $650 money not a problem for me
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Did you pay for the CPU block yet? There's a new CPU block from Koolance called the CPU-350AC (CPU-350AT for the Delrin version). Don't go flaming me because I recommended some new Koolance parts, but I seen some people over at XS using the CPU-350 and it was pretty good. I also believed that they switched over to copper now.

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and what do i do with the stuff i just paid for hmm if i send it back i lose 100 bucks coming and 100 sent it back thats 200
Well you can think of it this way. Say you payed 600 bucks for the Koolance stuff.

You can either pay 200 bucks to get it exchanged for GOOD components, or you can pay another 600 bucks for good components once the Koolance stuff gets plagued with galvanic corrosion.

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Did you pay for the CPU block yet? There's a new CPU block from Koolance called the CPU-350AC (CPU-350AT for the Delrin version). Don't go flaming me because I recommended some new Koolance parts, but I seen some people over at XS using the CPU-350 and it was pretty good.

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That new Koolance block is actually pretty good. Koolance are just now starting to learn the wonders of Copper. The new blocks don't contain ANY aluminum. But pretty much all of their old blocks have aluminum.
Edited by TnB= Gir - 12/14/08 at 6:28pm
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I like the looks of those blocks that's for sure.. I would suggest this : if you notice your temps aren't what you wanted, then bypass the RAM blocks.. They will constrict..

If you want some HELPFUL advice, as opposed to just getting crapped on b/c of what you chose, use this.. Run a second rad, and pump.. I know from my rig that too many blocks will hurt on a single loop set up.. And I had 2 less blocks than you...

Also, try getting advice from those who have owned or own a water cooled setup.. Even better if they own what you are asking about.. If you get advice without 'proof' or from someone who is just passing on what they've heard, then that means little to nothing.. IDK about your product, but I do know that I had 2 koolance parts in my rig that NEVER failed.. Sure there is better, but there IS ALWAYS something better..
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okay if thats the case why are they still allow to sell stuff
    
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they can still sell it because they can. it isn't their fault that there is galvanic corrosion. they would blame it on the end user saying that well, you didn't do your research. i'm not saying that they do but it is very likely.

and from what i hear, with their newer blocks, you shouldn't have any real problems with koolance.. but i have no idea which ones they would be in your loop.

i would also say forgo the ram blocks.. they look way too restrictive and very very uncessary. just my 2 cents.
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post #48 of 68
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ofcourse there always better thing thats the world we live in i'm pritty new to warter cooling as you see i was looking at stuff i came across a few brands i want hmmm look alight so so then i came across this stuff i want wow i like the look of these so i shared my idea and told everybody hmm these are very nice part then everybody just kick ass dont go with these oh dear why not well well well there no good blah blah blah hmm now what should i do
    
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well its my fault right so its not because i7 just come out
    
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like i said, you should be ok with most of your blocks. lol.. where is naekuh.

from what i found out.. the only one that would give you a problem is your NB block and ram block, they hav an aluminum top and casing respectively. this model: CHC-120-V06 and RAM-35.

this was listed in koolance's specifications.
Edited by nafljhy - 12/14/08 at 6:53pm
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