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Could be, I'm gonna wait for the official responce from Koolance anyways
    
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Don´t be to quick on buying the 370.

The Apogee XT rev.2 is coming.
And EK is going to release a new block also.

So stay put ..because the EK Supreme HF already beats the 370 in cooling performance I am sure that the new version is going to be epic
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Hello,

Currently, the CPU-370 includes only the standard 2.0mm slit plate. Blank plates are also available. We are waiting for several tests to be completed before deciding whether to swap the plates or which to offer for separate sale.

Thank you for your inquiry,
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Lol they won´t even include them with the block.
You will have to by the blades seperately and not even that they have figured out yet.

I say wait for the Apogee XT rev.2 ...flowrate will be much better and thermally it will perform just like the normal XT so Cudos

Also if non of the new blocks please you ...The Kryos XT never disappoints
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sigh... decisions decisions...
I really wanted a block to break the normal looks of the Ek that most builds currently have and the 370 was a perfect candidate :/
    
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sigh... decisions decisions...
I really wanted a block to break the normal looks of the Ek that most builds currently have and the 370 was a perfect candidate :/
Just get it! The differences in performance are negligible for most setups. I bought my 360 for the same reason as you...just to get away from what has become typical on most builds.
    
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post #17 of 27
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The tempreture difference between EK Supreme HF and Koolance 370 is in the 0.0x area.
So that should not be a problem.
And since the flow also is only marginally worse that again shouldn´t be a problem.

The only thing you should keep in mind is that EK will release a new block.
And I am sure that with this new block in comparison to the 370, the word marginally won´t come up that much^^.

If you want max performance and great looks and a block that only rare people posses go for the Kroys XT.
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stinger.


that is all.
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stinger.


that is all.

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mmm.
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