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Dude, think you switched the tubes the other way round for your CPU block. The incoming tube should hit the middle of the block, not side.

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not only this but by having the output on the bottom the top of the block doesnt get optimum flow so its temps would be higher. but if he has the input in the middle and the output at the top he will have better temps and also the flow would be better
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I re-did it. It dropped the temps a few degrees.
I suppose this block just isn't strong enough for 8 threads.
that is what i was expecting. sad to say but it is truth. i'm hooping that my d-tec fusion will be good enough for my i7 920 build. it is also not the newest one.
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that is what i was expecting. sad to say but it is truth. i'm hooping that my d-tec fusion will be good enough for my i7 920 build. it is also not the newest one.
Yeah, I just bought a Swiftech Apogee GTZ. It should help a bit.
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Not sure about the swifttech but on EK blocks the inlet/outlets need to be horizontal vs Verticle orientation. Makes a big difference on EK blocks.
    
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