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post #19841 of 106082
yer im thinking the same and if i want to do a nickel build il just use Koolance or heatkiller do heatkiller do nickel ??

that ? made me feal stupid but more 2 lazy to go look right now
post #19842 of 106082
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Originally Posted by douglatins View Post


That's why i will only get full copper blocks, no nickel ever

Pure Copper is a good way to go, personally I completely love the colour of non-oxidized Copper but once it's got a couple finger prints on and sat in a PC for a while it gets dull and ugly, which is the point in plating.
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yer im thinking the same and if i want to do a nickel build il just use Koolance or heatkiller do heatkiller do nickel ??

that ? made me feal stupid but more 2 lazy to go look right now
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Originally Posted by skitzab1 View Post



all EK's plating its really steering me away from them this is happening lots

u don't see koolance with thease sort of issues

Check this thread 4 hours and the plating went and the warranty doesn't even cover using water. And there's many threads like it too.

My plating went over the space of two years with the rig often running 24/7 and really, very little went.

As far as I can see EK has the plating issues sorted and for blocks with issues, the warranty is extended by an extra two years on top of the first two years.
Edited by Willhemmens - 4/21/12 at 12:40pm
post #19843 of 106082
well ant i glad that i got lazy this time and just got the blue koolance coolant and it ixplains the oily residue the koolance coolant has its to protect ther nickel

ha well ther u go block was all good till he cleaned the oily film out of the block

and i must say although it cost me $80 plus postage to fill my loops

i guess it wasn't such a bad idea now

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i have herd this 2
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As far as I can see EK has the plating issues sorted and for blocks with issues, the warranty is extended by an extra two years on top of the first two years.
Edited by Willhemmens - Today at 6:40 am
note the coolant cost me $80 as i needed 4 bottles and thay are only 700ml bottles

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Edited by skitzab1 - 4/21/12 at 1:18pm
post #19844 of 106082
EK provided a 100ml bottle of UV Water additive for free and that will make a Liter of coolant. Most likely when I go to fill my loop I'll be using Mayhems X1 coolant though and that's £12 and makes 2L.
post #19845 of 106082
my contribution!

Next week post more so get the new parts

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Originally Posted by KaRLiToS View Post

They are nice but I think they are a little bit plain.

I like 'em, they're not too flashy... Can't wait to see how it performs!
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post #19847 of 106082
I guess I can post a couple of pix here, although the build isn't completed yet.
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Edited by SortOfGrim - 4/21/12 at 1:24pm
post #19848 of 106082
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Originally Posted by Willhemmens View Post

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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

Now if your build isn't going to be built yet, stick that sucker in a bag. I hadda clean mine cause I was stupid and left it outside the bag. The printed portion of the protective paper imprinted on the block due to oxidation. It's all good now but man I kinda wish I had at least stuck the whole thing in a ziploc. biggrin.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

I never suffered any oxidization issues with my previous block, if the base of yours Copper?

Here's what my old Supreme HF looked like: Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Only some plating loss on the inlet port but I'm not using the loop currently so I didn't mind it being away for a while.

Yeah mine is copper. With the AMD plate in place nobody will ever see most of the block if at all with the RAM in place. smile.gif
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Originally Posted by douglatins View Post


That's why i will only get full copper blocks, no nickel ever

Pure Copper is a good way to go, personally I completely love the colour of non-oxidized Copper but once it's got a couple finger prints on and sat in a PC for a while it gets dull and ugly, which is the point in plating.
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Originally Posted by skitzab1 View Post

yer im thinking the same and if i want to do a nickel build il just use Koolance or heatkiller do heatkiller do nickel ??

that ? made me feal stupid but more 2 lazy to go look right now
Quote:
Originally Posted by skitzab1 View Post



all EK's plating its really steering me away from them this is happening lots

u don't see koolance with thease sort of issues

Check this thread 4 hours and the plating went and the warranty doesn't even cover using water. And there's many threads like it too.

My plating went over the space of two years with the rig often running 24/7 and really, very little went.

As far as I can see EK has the plating issues sorted and for blocks with issues, the warranty is extended by an extra two years on top of the first two years.

I was gonna go Copper anyway but the plating issue kinda helped me make up my mind when I got my Block. Not that it matters much cause I got FC block and that only came/comes in Nickel for the Crosshair IV Formula. mellowsmiley.gif
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my contribution!

Next week post more so get the new parts


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post #19849 of 106082
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I guess I can post a couple of pix here, although the build isn't completed yet.
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Nice build, a lot of tubing for the blocks you have but I like it that way, I like the design of the tubing. Seems like all the tubing is outputting from the same place.

If you want to improve your loop, you can connect 2 Radiators back-to-back, for a neater look. Order as low impact on the overrall temperature


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my contribution!
Next week post more so get the new parts
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Wow, I like the Color combo. I decided to go with the Koolance Mobo block and the HK supreme HF Full Nickel for the CPU. I prefer yours
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Got it all put back together!

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