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50% better is not talking about temp, but the ability to keep the heat out off the cpu to get higher Oc with better temp!

many of the oc can be done with very good air cooling but whats the point of getting water cool?
Watter dissipates heat far better than air.
The high performing blocks these days (Supreme HF,Kryos XT,Apogee XT) are all trimmed to the absolute max in their architecture.

So your claim of 50% performance increase most certainly will not be based on a more advanced block structure and can therefore not be interpreted as a direct increase in cooling performance , at least not 50%
But like you said the word performance can be translated in many ways.
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Originally Posted by Kung Pow View Post
Watter dissipates heat far better than air.
The high performing blocks these days (Supreme HF,Kryos XT,Apogee XT) are all trimmed to the absolute max in their architecture.

So your claim of 50% performance increase most certainly will not be based on a more advanced block structure and can therefore not be interpreted as a direct increase in cooling performance , at least not 50%
But like you said the word performance can be translated in many ways.
is about the block structure ^* but dont wanna disclose too much info sorry

i agree high performing blocks these days are all trimmed to the absolute max in their architecture and so am i ^^

if you use water cool on a light oc cpu than it will make no different on what block you are using, but i would say if those block could bring a 80c cpu in room temp 24/7 full load than i am sure i can do better^^
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these blocks are copper made...

or you used something that move heat better... ?
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these blocks are copper made...

or you used something that move heat better... ?
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these blocks are copper made...

or you used something that move heat better... ?
I'm pretty sure the only non-compound things that move heat better are silver and diamond, so it seems doubtful.
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is about the block structure ^* but dont wanna disclose too much info sorry

i agree high performing blocks these days are all trimmed to the absolute max in their architecture and so am i ^^

if you use water cool on a light oc cpu than it will make no different on what block you are using, but i would say if those block could bring a 80c cpu in room temp 24/7 full load than i am sure i can do better^^
I do not know if you read my post but I strongly doubt that you created an innovation regarding block architecture

Again at the rate blocks are produced nowadays there is just no possible chance you have found a way to improve the structure design because every fiber layout in the main core construction of a block that contributes to better tempretures has already been determined and innovated

So just be realistic ok otherwise the end of this thread is going to be pretty embarrasing.
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I have a 1156 setup with a i5 that supports 755 mounting if you'd like to test on this.

Sent you a PM with more info, lets test out how your claims hold up.
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post #28 of 79
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testers keep us updated

and pics?
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I do not know if you read my post but I strongly doubt that you created an innovation regarding block architecture

Again at the rate blocks are produced nowadays there is just no possible chance you have found a way to improve the structure design because every fiber layout in the main core construction of a block that contributes to better tempretures has already been determined and innovated

So just be realistic ok otherwise the end of this thread is going to be pretty embarrasing.
Still don´t believe it.
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Pics of said product ? i would like to test .

Dont believe it really ..
    
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