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post #21 of 661 (permalink) Old 03-17-2015, 07:01 AM
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Well there are ways around it like what Deepcool did with their Captain series of AIOs. But I don't see that happening myself- I don't know how big the DCP pumps are, but the DDC ones really need a good heatsink or active airflow and they rarely get it in the CPU region.

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post #22 of 661 (permalink) Old 03-17-2015, 07:16 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Unlikely since Asetek have patents on the integrated-flow type, and Swiftech have patents on the upside-down-DDC-top type.

Exactly. So sense in going into that direction.
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Pre bundled heatsink kits to buy with universal GPU blocks.

Would universal GPU blocks with ram cooling be an option? Since RAM is always around the core, having a universal block that would do VRAM and core?

Like this?



Adding a universal VRM block that could connect to the GPU universal block. It might take some good R&D, but I think it'd worth it.


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I'm a big fan of your monoblocks for the motherboards and would like to see more of these. Could potentially make some for the smaller mAtx boards that are just covering the VRM's and CPU.
Like just this bit:
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How about start by releasing products you already announced nearly 2 years ago? rolleyes.gif

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how about selling this d5 pump top as a stand alone product?




i already had a d5 pump + ek top but wanted to switch to that pump top, ended up having to buy a new d5 pump to get the top frown.gif
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Although it's not bundled with our Universal blocks, we still offer these on our website : Akasa AK-VMC01-BK VGA RAM Heatsinks

Oh I know, some people just wait 'til they receive the blocks before removing their heat sinks, it would just simplify it for end users.


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perhaps EK could integrate flow and temp sensors into res tops which then can be seen from a simple program on the computer, there could also be rgb led integrated cpu blocks which can be controlled in same manner, basically any product offering a led slot.

Another thing too which may add bulk is modular flow paths inside blocks themselves, say your fins get so gunked up it needs to be replaced you can remove that segment alone to be RMA/d Or outright purchased again.
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