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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 10-26-2017, 10:51 AM - Thread Starter
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Watercool announced it on OCN last month here and there were some posts in the Vega owner's thread as well.

The first blocks launched on the 26th of last month so exactly one month ago. The nickel plated versions were a about a week after. The addition of images with red and blue coolant is what was updated six days ago. thumb.gif

If you are in the market for a Vega block, then Heatkiller is a great choice.

Sorry for the misplacing of the post, again I failed to catch up blushsmiley.gifdoh.gif Didnt saw any pictures of it since today... Nwm my fault....

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that block looks way longer than the EK one... is it lapping over the card or is this just the image?

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that block looks way longer than the EK one... is it lapping over the card or is this just the image?

It is just a tad longer than the EK-FC blocks. The back of the card (towards the PCIE connectors) overhangs and then takes a sharp 90. It gives the card more of an enclosed look compared to the open end most blocks leave.

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ARRGGG why did i not wait...This looks beautiful. The EK blocks are not ugly but different league here. And then to ad din the build quality.

Heatkiller have always made my favorite blocks.

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ARRGGG why did i not wait...This looks beautiful. The EK blocks are not ugly but different league here. And then to ad din the build quality.

Heatkiller have always made my favorite blocks.



Dunno about Heatkiller but EK is sexier than Aquacomputer.

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Dunno about Heatkiller but EK is sexier than Aquacomputer.

Aquacomputer blocks look better than EK blocks no bias /s

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hello,
just watched a video that said about metal conflicts in watercooling systems, I have axspc raystorm kit and was thinking of getting the black heatkiller blocks, but would there be a conflict in the metals please?
the video was stating about the conflict of copper/brass with aluminum, I would think that the block is copper, but its silver colour has me worried.


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As a quick answer the aluminum on the black version is just part of the top cover and doesn't come into contact with the water.
The heatkiller club would be a better place to continue this discussion https://www.overclock.net/forum/61-w...ller-club.html

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