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post #3531 of 4016 (permalink) Old 02-05-2019, 08:09 AM
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Hi Jakob,


I'm sure you're very busy but is it possible you could send me an update on my order (#11586)?
I've sent a couple of emails to [email protected] but haven't heard anything yet.
Thanks in advance!


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post #3532 of 4016 (permalink) Old 02-05-2019, 08:41 AM
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Hi Jakob.

Are you guys planning on making a block for the Radeon VII?
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Good day!

HEATKILLER Tube - MultiPort Top does it have holes, is there a thread? I found the following photo:

Yes, that is correct. Those are thread M4. If you have a standalone tube without pump, you could mount the res on these positions (there are two more in the bottom piece, as well). We don't recommend doing so when you have an integrated pump version, as that would transfer vibrations to the case.



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Hi Watercool-Jakob,

Is it possible to purchase some backplate screws and some of the screws that hold the acrylic to the copper part of the block for this wb http://shop.watercool.de/epages/Wate...Products/15046 ?

Thanks.
Yes. Please send me a mail to [email protected] with your shipping address and phone number and the exact screws that you'll need, and I'll make you a custom quote.

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Any news yet on Radeon VII blocks?

Not that they'll be of any great utility until Wattman / other utilities are functioning properly ...
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@Watercool-Jakob my Heatkiller build is finished!



Heatkiller Partlist:
- CPU Block: TR4 Block - Nickel
- GPU Block: 2080 Ti Nickel RGB (synched with Reservoir strips)
- VRM: Asus X399 Block
- Reservoir: 150 D5 with Silver struds and RGB strips (synched with GPU)

Next time I should use your rads

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I currently have a 1080ti with a Heatkiller GPU block. I also have a hardline watercooling build, so I can't adjust my tube positions. If I were to upgrade to a 2080ti and buy a Heatkiller GPU block for it, are the inlets at the same spatial position as the 1080ti blocks? I tried to figure it out from the pictures on your site but I can't. Basically, I want to know if I could take my Heatkiller 1080ti block out of my loop and replace it with a Heatkiller 2080ti block without having to rebend/recut any tubes.
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@Watercool-Jakob my Heatkiller build is finished!



Heatkiller Partlist:
- CPU Block: TR4 Block - Nickel
- GPU Block: 2080 Ti Nickel RGB (synched with Reservoir strips)
- VRM: Asus X399 Block
- Reservoir: 150 D5 with Silver struds and RGB strips (synched with GPU)

Next time I should use your rads
Looks gorgeous! What is this display with flow rate etc.? I Saw some Barrowsomething displays but they are aluminium inside so it's a no go for me, is this that one? Also - glass tube or you just don't like bending tubes :-)
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Looks gorgeous! What is this display with flow rate etc.? I Saw some Barrowsomething displays but they are aluminium inside so it's a no go for me, is this that one? Also - glass tube or you just don't like bending tubes :-)
Thank you for the nice words!
You are right, that is the Barrow display (I have 2 of them, one for the flow and another one for inline water temperature, next to the reservoir), and you don't have to worry since the internals have no aluminium parts, the aluminium alloy is just used for the external frame!
For the tubes just acrylic, I did bend tubes in the past but I didn't mind using more fittings, as I was going for this kind of industrial finish. If you want to know more I have a worklog just to don't flood the Heatkiller Club post

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Quote: Originally Posted by shiokarai View Post
Looks gorgeous! What is this display with flow rate etc.? I Saw some Barrowsomething displays but they are aluminium inside so it's a no go for me, is this that one? Also - glass tube or you just don't like bending tubes :-)

SoMBrA is correct, the Barrowch inline temp + flow sensor internals are acetal - only the faceplate / frame is aluminum. Water does not come in contact with the frame assembly so there is no worry for galvanic corrosion.

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