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it is nice isnt it , I thought it had a kind of ''heatkiller'' look to it without the engraving on it , nice simple look
    
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I'm tired of spending money to get my cpu-360 compatible with my always changing setup. Im looking just to get a new cpu block with all the mounting hardware. Taking suggestions for a new cpu block ~$50-60 biggrin.gif.

I'm eying the Swiftech HD for $60 or the Raystorm @ $50 (jab-tech.com).
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I'm tired of spending money to get my cpu-360 compatible with my always changing setup. Im looking just to get a new cpu block with all the mounting hardware. Taking suggestions for a new cpu block ~$50-60 biggrin.gif.
I'm eying the Swiftech HD for $60 or the Raystorm @ $50 (jab-tech.com).

I thought after the 800D with two 480's you were reducing your expenditures. You putting up a new build?
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post #22864 of 107783
I have the raystorm and love it , especially if your into the whole LED block , I think it looks pretty cool , get a green LED in there and it could look sweet, and performance wise its about the same , ive been looking at the heatkills too though ,I love the look of those blocks
    
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I thought after the 800D with two 480's you were reducing your expenditures. You putting up a new build?

I'm dropping back to x58 but I bought my koolance block without any mounting hardware. I'm still keeping the gpu, just cutting back on the mb and cpu. I have the mb and I"m waiting on the cpu to arrive.
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I have the raystorm and love it , especially if your into the whole LED block , I think it looks pretty cool , get a green LED in there and it could look sweet, and performance wise its about the same , ive been looking at the heatkills too though ,I love the look of those blocks

Believe it or not, I had a Raystorm and only used it one day redface.gif. It is a step above the Rasa and its slightly cheaper than the Apogee HD but I'm looking to get the best of a cpu for the price.
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youd have to get your hands on an old style EK supreme or something maybe,,
    
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Quick question: XSPC rx360 or ex 420? Can you suggest me 2(!) 420 rads (60mm max thickness) + good fans?
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youd have to get your hands on an old style EK supreme or something maybe,,

Even though I don't support new ek products, I'm more than happy to support my fellow enthusiast and buy a pre-owned Supreme HF. I searched a bit and I haven't found one at my budget.
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Just snagged a nickel plexi supreme hf last week and its gorgeous! Had to get it on eBay as they seem to be oos everywhere...
post #22870 of 107783
these days were lucky to find any at all , people are hording them ( understandably)
    
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