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post #11 of 26
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Not a bad system, but I would check out this block if I were you.
http://www.frozencpu.com/ex-blc-244.html?id=MWB3DIWz
It is supposed to be as good as the G4 but it is 1/2 inch.
Nice choice on the radiator.
Yes but isnt the top and the fitings made out of Delrin?
It looks like it is
Edit: Ive already ordered the rad and the Pump, its the wb that im thinking about right now(which one to get that is)
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post #12 of 26
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Yes but isnt the top and the fitings made out of Delrin?
It looks like it is
Edit: Ive already ordered the rad and the Pump, its the wb that im thinking about right now(which one to get that is)
What the heck is Delrin?

And lets see some pics, and some temps as soon as you get it up and running.
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post #13 of 26
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What the heck is Delrin?

And lets see some pics, and some temps as soon as you get it up and running.
Its an type of plastic Duh and on the picks part i wil have to borrow my aunts digital cam
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post #14 of 26
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Its an type of plastic Duh and on the picks part i wil have to borrow my aunts digital cam
Just try to get a few pics up when you get it all put together. And are you still making the case?
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Just try to get a few pics up when you get it all put together. And are you still making the case?
Yes so far ive got the frame made and i got to get some alum and atrlec glass for the window( fornt and back has alum and top sides and bottom have the atrlec glass)
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post #16 of 26
the top and jet plate of the block is made out of Acetal or Delrin (DuPont's brand name for it)

the block ships WITH BOTH 1/2" AND 3/8" BARBS which are made out of black nylon and are NSPT threads (i think) which have an o-ring lip to seal the barbs


Swiftech storm = best production block out. period.

or if you wanna save a few bucks, pick up one of the new Apogee blocks from Swiftech, but don't bother with the DD CPU blocks - they're overpriced for the lack of performance they have - there are many newer blocks with better/newer technology which performs better for about the same cost (eg: Apogee)
    
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post #17 of 26
Supposedly, the Apogee works better with high flow pumps because of its lower resistance enforced.
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post #18 of 26
you mean lower flow pumps/low pressure pumps?

'cause the Storm is the one that thrives off of pressure due to its jet impengement design - the apogee uses a diamond pin matrix which is less restrictive, and usually proves to be more effective with low-flow/low-pressure systems
    
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post #19 of 26
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Is there an differance in performance with the TDX and RBX?
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post #20 of 26
Great pump choice, much better than the one you were going to get at the beginning of this tread. I went with TDX over RBX because I didn't want a three prong block. I am glad I went with the TDX block, it keeps my fx-57 around 30 degrees C. I would also consider the new swifteck cpu blocks. I went with TDX over Storm because the storm has all those small holes in the block, I thought that they may have the chance of getting clogged. Also I like the see through top on the TDX. I have the same gpu blocks, love those.

Also if you want this reserviour I will sell it for cheap and send it right away



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