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Poll Results: In light of EK's nickel failure, will you buy their blocks?

 
  • 39% (230)
    Yes, continue or consider using their blocks (copper or nickel)
  • 60% (354)
    No, I will look into other manufacturers.
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post #1271 of 1650
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Originally Posted by Ceadderman View Post

Why would you want to? eh-smiley.gif
Seems like an awfulot of trouble to go through just to run a copper block. If you want copper just get copper. If you cannot get copper contact EK and see if you can get them to swap out Nickel for Copper base. I'm not a fan of shiny nickel but I wouldn't ruin it to remove it. I have my eye on 6870 blocks but they only come in EN so if I do go with 6870 next, I'm stuck with EN block. I can live with that since that's all there is. Also stays nice and clean looking when people view my system. Since I'm already running Formula Full Coverage block it won't hurt as much. tongue.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

I'm mostly asking in case I have any flaking issues. I love the nickel but if it flakes I would like to know if I could remove the plating. Would EK swap out the nickel base for a copper one if it flakes?
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Why would you want to? eh-smiley.gif
Seems like an awfulot of trouble to go through just to run a copper block. If you want copper just get copper. If you cannot get copper contact EK and see if you can get them to swap out Nickel for Copper base. I'm not a fan of shiny nickel but I wouldn't ruin it to remove it. I have my eye on 6870 blocks but they only come in EN so if I do go with 6870 next, I'm stuck with EN block. I can live with that since that's all there is. Also stays nice and clean looking when people view my system. Since I'm already running Formula Full Coverage block it won't hurt as much. tongue.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

I'm mostly asking in case I have any flaking issues. I love the nickel but if it flakes I would like to know if I could remove the plating. Would EK swap out the nickel base for a copper one if it flakes?

I'm not sure what EK warranty says regarding this issue but I would think that if it flakes within the warranty period and you're running Distilled as EK says you should I would hope that there would be no problem replacing the block. thinking.gif

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I'm not sure what EK warranty says regarding this issue but I would think that if it flakes within the warranty period and you're running Distilled as EK says you should I would hope that there would be no problem replacing the block. thinking.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

That would make sense to me. I haven't had any issues with flaking yet but it's still good to figure out some info just in case. thumb.gif
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I know that this thread was started a while back, and normally I would read through a thread to find the answer i am looking for but this thing 120 pages long, and I am not for sure that i can find the answer i am looking by taking the time to read through the whole thread. So, i am just going to go ahead and ask.

If i run distilled + killcoil or distilled + PT nuke do i need to worry about my nickel plated blocks and fittings flaking/corroding? (they are all koolance blocks and fittings).

I realize that the issue seems to be localized to EK products, but on Koolances website they state not to run a loop with a kill coil when using the nickel plating. I dont know if they say this just because of the problems EK is having and they are just trying to protect themselves or if it is a legitimate problem. If anyone has a real answer please let me know.

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post #1275 of 1650
Any plated block is a possible corrosion problem under just the right conditions if you choose to disregard the manufacturers warnings and not use their coolant which has corrosion inhibitors. Even that isn't fullproof but at least you followed directions and should have warranty support if something does happen.

If you absolutely don't want any plating failure risk, don't buy plated blocks...plenty of bare copper options out there and solid metal can't flake!..smile.gif
    
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Any plated block is a possible corrosion problem under just the right conditions if you choose to disregard the manufacturers warnings and not use their coolant which has corrosion inhibitors. Even that isn't fullproof but at least you followed directions and should have warranty support if something does happen.
If you absolutely don't want any plating failure risk, don't buy plated blocks...plenty of bare copper options out there and solid metal can't flake!..smile.gif

Also cheaper and more badass looking.
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post #1277 of 1650
Sadly EK and some other manufacturers seems to want to only sell the Nickel plated for some blocks. Like Mainboard Blocks. My CIVF block only comes in 2 versions Acetal and Acrylic and both of them are Nickel. As far as I am aware Nickel does not have a performance benefit so it's kind of annoying to plan a Copper only loop to be forced to install Nickel plate. Really didn't want Nickel, but here I am again gonna install another item that will need water cooling to be forced to Nickel. The GPU blocks that will fit my newfound friends are nickel. At least I can get Black Nickel backplates but it looks like I'm forced to go with Nickel for my entire loop. Already got the bloody CPU block and it's copper. Not that you can really see it but with my CIVF block being Nickel and upcoming GPU blocks being Nickel it would be daft to go with Copper for my RAM block. mellowsmiley.gif

EK look the best for my build so I'ma stick with it but wow it's kind of annoying. rolleyes.gif

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Finally found the time to treat my failing 470 and it's block out today....guess what? nickel plate of putting near the center.....should i ask for a nickle replacement or copper one?

I'm planning to move to new cards anyway.....so i guess I'll be selling my replacement.
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Finally found the time to treat my failing 470 and it's block out today....guess what? nickel plate of putting near the center.....should i ask for a nickle replacement or copper one?
I'm planning to move to new cards anyway.....so i guess I'll be selling my replacement.

Credit for different blocks? As long their EN, you have credibility they have been addressed, though copper blocks don't have any of the nickel-failure burden to contend with smile.gif Let us know what transpires thumb.gif
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After I finished my rig, I took a look at my previous 6950s.

I thought it'd be OK. It was not OK. A great deal of corrosion, I'll post pics later!
 
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