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New EVGA P55 Classified 200|| Water Block designs!

Poll Results: What should the South Bridge Design look like?

 
  • 25% (1)
    Keep The Fins the way they are!
  • 75% (3)
    Use the AF Logo as augmented copper fins!
  • 0% (0)
    Don't prefer one of the other.
4 Total Votes  
post #1 of 8
Thread Starter 
My Good Friend André With Anfi-Tec Germany, Has taking the time to listen to the Water cooling Community and has Created Long overdue need for Water blocks for The EVGA P55 Classified 200, Where Even Full Cover Blocks haven't been created!

I'll Be definitely Buying a Set of these Brand New Hand made Blocks.

Anfi-tec Manipulates the heat sink through their timeless, uniform and a sophisticated design. For this Water Block Design, Anfi-tec used only the best quality electrolytic copper (sometimes in combination with stainless steel), as well as the proven industry Plastic POM. This is characterized by high strength, hardness and rigidity over a wide temperature range. At the same time allows the production of its good workability Water Blocks with a very attractive price / performance ratio. The focus is visually outstanding, for optimum flow and excellent performance optimized Blocks. Clogging, is often found to be at nozzle-fin Blocks or condensers with a very fine structure , This can be excluded in there Well Designed Blocks. Special emphasis will be on our Blocks to variable mounting options (eg the possibility for use of 3-way SLI graphics cards) . In close cooperation with users, a product was developed, which sets itself clearly from the far-spreading mass-produced goods of other manufacturers:
minimalist, elegant appearance - Handmade Guaranteed!

The benefits include:
- Excellent flow, especially for high pressure pumps such as Laing DDC.
- Virtually no blocking.
- Uses only high quality materials.
- Good cooling performance
- Unique design of there entire blocks.
- All Blocks are freely combined.
- G1 / 4 "thread allows simple and versatile connection
- 3 pass away holding plate pairs
- Flaps in all 4 corners mountable
- Highly flexible on almost all motherboards available thanks to variable holding tabs
- German quality product.

Note:
it is recommended that the connections "fittings" and 8/10mm PVC tubing used.

Technical data:
Floor material: high-purity electrolytic copper,
Cover Material: POM (Acetal)
Connection: G ¼ in. (DIN ISO 228-1)
Compatible for: Printable sketches Click here

EVGA P55 Classified 200
(EVGA FTW P55 and P55 EVGA FTW 200 is not compatible!)


Included(bulk) :
Water Blocks
Mounting material
How-to-guide


HERE is a few Pictures of the 1st completed set of Blocks =)








VOTE :If you Think The fins should Stay the U shape Or have an added Option to sport the AF logo as a 3D Fin itself =)




Thanks to my Friend André For making this Possible for those who have this wonderful board

You can find these at http://shop.anfi-tec.de/

I hope you Enjoy this Presentation of this Product as much as i have! And if you decide to get your Classy 200 Water Blocks I hope you Enjoy them as much as my Build and I will!
    
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post #2 of 8
Looks awesome! I don't like the gold colour, though. Maybe he should consider plating them with Nickel or Acetal?

Good stuff, nice to know people are coming up with their own solutions to holes in the market.
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post #3 of 8
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by jNSK View Post
Looks awesome! I don't like the gold colour, though. Maybe he should consider plating them with Nickel or Acetal?

Good stuff, nice to know people are coming up with their own solutions to holes in the market.
Right now its about the cost effectiveness and performance. There aren't very many Asian people to exploit in Germany at the moment
    
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Originally Posted by OCBalmang View Post
Right now its about the cost effectiveness and performance. There aren't very many Asian people to exploit in Germany at the moment
In that case, spot on!
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post #5 of 8
i think i saw u guys on ocau? loved that af badge u made ,


but i agree, after using copper, hate it when it oxidises. nickel all the way!
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post #6 of 8
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Originally Posted by newpc View Post
i think i saw u guys on ocau? loved that af badge u made ,


but i agree, after using copper, hate it when it oxidises. nickel all the way!
Yes i talked to André about the Copper to Nickel option, Unfortunately we are Enable to find a Nickel Dealer in his area thats good enough grade..

But if André Can Get more hype about his water blocks It would be very much possible for nickel Or Gold!
    
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post #7 of 8
Quote:
Originally Posted by OCBalmang View Post
Yes i talked to André about the Copper to Nickel option, Unfortunately we are Enable to find a Nickel Dealer in his area thats good enough grade..
so true

btw.. another fin design (for e.g. the AF logo) would mean more miling-time, so there would be higher costs
post #8 of 8
I would love to have one of these sets for My EVGA P55 Classified 200 motherboard, Aquatuning has them listed on their website of course, I won't be ready until March 1st to buy a set. So I hope You're are still making these blocks.
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