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Originally Posted by bundymania View Post

It looks like EK is not willing to provide a testsample....

They are denying you Bundy?
Thats not a good start....



Thread UPDATED.
Welcome to all the new watercoolers.
Excellent standard of pictures coming thru and some eye catching builds being posted.
Edited by B NEGATIVE - 7/9/12 at 3:19am
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post #23952 of 107307
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

Pretty sure I'm correct in that is what I am running is the Supreme not the stupid CSQ Bubble Boy block. wink.gif lol
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

It looks like EK is not willing to provide a testsample....

That's not a good sign. Apparently Eddy wishes to limit his market exposure as well as wishes to use this time to practice his craft. mellowsmiley.gif

~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif
 
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post #23953 of 107307
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i just want to know how u went about doing that it is cool man

Works very well smile.gif. CPU temperature does not exceed 70c when the test LinX 4.2GHz 1.36v, while the GPU test UniGene heaven max temp 45c for the warmest. I have to mention that now that the summer temperature is 27c in the house, and to all the fans spinning at 400rpm because I love the silence. biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

That's not a good sign. Apparently Eddy wishes to limit his market exposure as well as wishes to use this time to practice his craft. mellowsmiley.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

Have a look at the last reviews, which are linked on the EK Site - there is only one waterblock from EK in the particular "review" and no others blocks - Question is..why ?!

http://www.ekwb.com/reviews/water-blocks-reviews/


Are they afraid of other companies, because they know that they have no chance to get a 1st place in a non-biased review ? I dunno...

There is a review of the new supremacy cpu block @hardwaremax.net and you know what..performance is behind the older HF Supreme !

http://www.hardwaremax.net/wasserkuehlung/wasser-kuehler/487-test-ekwb-supremacy-der-verstossene.html?showall=0&start=3

No..he don´t get the testsample from EK....it was provided by A.T.
Edited by bundymania - 7/9/12 at 3:46am
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post #23955 of 107307
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Works very well smile.gif. CPU temperature does not exceed 70c when the test LinX 4.2GHz 1.36v, while the GPU test UniGene heaven max temp 45c for the warmest. I have to mention that now that the summer temperature is 27c in the house, and to all the fans spinning at 400rpm because I love the silence. biggrin.gif

27C only?? Today I got about 35c inside!
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Originally Posted by bundymania View Post

Have a look at the last reviews, which are linked on the EK Site - there is only one waterblock from EK in the particular "review" and no others blocks - Question is..why ?!
http://www.ekwb.com/reviews/water-blocks-reviews/
Are they afraid of other companies, because they know that they have no chance to get a 1st place in a non-biased review ? I dunno...
There is a review of the new supremacy cpu block @hardwaremax.net and you know what..performance is behind the older HF Supreme !
http://www.hardwaremax.net/wasserkuehlung/wasser-kuehler/487-test-ekwb-supremacy-der-verstossene.html?showall=0&start=3
No..he don´t get the testsample from EK....it was provided by A.T.

wow,this post changed my mind about this block especially the review (vs ltx?really?)I was waiting for the block to arrive on a local store but it seems I will have to pick something else (their support sucks too I heard)

So what other wateblocks would you reccommend?High end ones please (no nickel)
Edited by johnko1 - 7/9/12 at 4:06am
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No Nickel....ok, there is not a big difference between newer blocks as you can see in many charts.....maybe the Koolance 370SI, XSPC Rasa, or Swiftech Apogee HD is the right block for you smile.gif
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It looks like EK is not willing to provide a testsample....

Have you a sample of the Bitspower summit block Bundy? There does not seem to be any performance reviews done for it yet that I can find.
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post #23958 of 107307
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No Nickel....ok, there is not a big difference between newer blocks as you can see in many charts.....maybe the Koolance 370SI, XSPC Rasa, or Swiftech Apogee HD is the right block for you smile.gif

Well,I don't really like the look of theese blocks,I prefer something like supreme hf (square look).Wich are the other options?Is raystorm block good(seems better than rasa)
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Yeah the raystorm is very good, i can recommend it !

@Krahe: I´m in contact with Vincent from Bitspower and it looks like he will send me the block soon smile.gif
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Yeah the raystorm is very good, i can recommend it !
@Krahe: I´m in contact with Vincent from Bitspower and it looks like he will send me the block soon smile.gif

Thanks,that's the ONE then smile.gif
It seems my whole w/c loop is from xspc biggrin.gif
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