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post #5661 of 21195 (permalink) Old 08-09-2013, 02:58 PM
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Why wouldn't it be for using on IHS to block? That's what it's made for in the first place..

People use it for Die to IHS as it performs the best and resembles soldering the most.

I've used numerous units of CLU in total. Even my Lightning is done with CLU.

Only problem with it is aluminum. It can't go with that but I assume the block has a copper base?

The people that use it almost all of them use CLU in the delidding process, then use anything else on the outside. Arctic silver etc.

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I found somewhere that still sells the 220. Does anyone know if it will fit the Corsair 550D case. I found one or two places claiming the will probably fit. If anyone knows with more certainty that would be much appreciated. Or is there a new version released in the next couple of months?

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a user on this page barely got it to fit. he included pictures and how he did it.

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Well after shorting out my 7970, I have decided to downsize and just cool my cpu with the good ole h220, stock with the stock rad, stock fans. On the plus side it was much easier to bleed air out and I actually have all the air out now. Will need to replace the fans as they seem to be noisy now (were not before).
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Well after shorting out my 7970, I have decided to downsize and just cool my cpu with the good ole h220, stock with the stock rad, stock fans. On the plus side it was much easier to bleed air out and I actually have all the air out now. Will need to replace the fans as they seem to be noisy now (were not before).

What happened with the 7970?
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What happened with the 7970?

NZXT sleeved extension cables, they were poorly crimped in the connector which caused it to short.
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Have you tried getting it replaced by NZXT? If you have proof the extensions we're faulty..

But still guys, is it safe to use CLU (Liquid Ultra) on the block? Still have some left and it worked wonders on my H100i's temps..

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Have you tried getting it replaced by NZXT? If you have proof the extensions we're faulty..

But still guys, is it safe to use CLU (Liquid Ultra) on the block? Still have some left and it worked wonders on my H100i's temps..

So far as I known the block is copper. But if you are worried and want to be 100% sure PM Bryan (BRAMSLI), the swiftech representative which usually is around.
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So far as I known the block is copper. But if you are worried and want to be 100% sure PM Bryan (BRAMSLI), the swiftech representative which usually is around.

He's on vaca for a week or so... FYI
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I found somewhere that still sells the 220. Does anyone know if it will fit the Corsair 550D case. I found one or two places claiming the will probably fit. If anyone knows with more certainty that would be much appreciated. Or is there a new version released in the next couple of months?

I was able to fit it in mine just barely, covers a little bit of the top of the board.. hoses will be tight ... I moved from stock to a custom setup
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