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post #11 of 15
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how i can get the mips block after this theread
overclock.net/water-cooling/759761-leaking-mips-fullcover-waterblock-rampage-iii.html ?
Well I did a google search and apparently there's only one incident of the mips block leaking. Can't really assume that it will happen to you. It's just like the H50, one in a million chance (maybe I'm overestimating, but you get the point) of leakage, however there are many more people who have H50s that work perfectly fine.

Btw I would go for that EK block
Edited by Snips - 12/30/10 at 4:22am
post #12 of 15
Just don't cut corners and remember to leak test for a good 24 hours. You can always return or RMA the defective block.
post #13 of 15
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Well I did a google search and apparently there's only one incident of the mips block leaking. Can't really assume that it will happen to you. :
Yes, sure guys but remember that is my first watercooled rig...

As I read in this post, the instruction manual witch comming with it, is not like for child . I feel like child

But i'm sure, that i'll make proper leak testing... even 36h

I'll go with EK block
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post #14 of 15
as far as the res goes, get what you like, not what others like. only thing i have to say about your cart is don't get that fan controller, it's trash. get something like the lamptron fc-5, a kaze master pro, or rheobus extreme.
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as far as the res goes, get what you like, not what others like. only thing i have to say about your cart is don't get that fan controller, it's trash. get something like the lamptron fc-5, a kaze master pro, or rheobus extreme.
I was thinking.. Is there any fan controler with pump control, with can show me pump failure and turn off the computer? I've found only Aquaero but this system is too complicated.
Edited by xordi - 12/30/10 at 9:16am
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