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post #3991 of 4009 (permalink) Old 10-09-2019, 09:45 AM
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Hi,
Finally got my x299 apex heatkiller copper plexi vrm block pretty
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Well, you can snip it and just leave the useless LED strip inside the block. That will most likely impact resale value, though. To take the strip out without damaging it, simply unscrew this two screws:
Done! Very easy!

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My CPU block just arrived today. Finally I got to remove that noisy and somewhat ugly stock AM4 cooler.


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My CPU block just arrived today. Finally I got to remove that noisy and somewhat ugly stock AM4 cooler.


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CPU temps dropped about 15C, and it's much quieter now.
hi valvehead,

is that epdm tubing ? Nice rig!


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Quote: Originally Posted by Wuest3nFuchs View Post
hi valvehead,

is that epdm tubing ? Nice rig!


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Thanks! it's EK ZMT tubing. No more plasticizer leaching!

This is an old Lian-Li A77A case, but I recently upgraded it from a 2600K to a 3800X. I decided to redo most of the water loop while I was in there.


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Quote: Originally Posted by valvehead View Post
My CPU block just arrived today. Finally I got to remove that noisy and somewhat ugly stock AM4 cooler.


Attachment 300106


CPU temps dropped about 15C, and it's much quieter now.
If I was ever to switch to soft tubing, not that I would because I love acrylic to much, but, your tubing looks great. My nephew uses: http://shop.watercool.de/epages/Wate...Products/50273 I think its the same one you're using
Its been 2 years and no leach at all.

Is that the black copper block, I got one while ago, but never used it, It looks freakishly nice.
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My CPU block just arrived today. Finally I got to remove that noisy and somewhat ugly stock AM4 cooler.


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CPU temps dropped about 15C, and it's much quieter now.
You have done a very similar build to what I was planning. I have a 3800x/x570 Taichi showing up today. Eventually when new video cards come out, I plan heatkiller IV black copper CPU and heatkiller IV acetyl GPU for a black and silver there. How are you liking the setup?

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If I was ever to switch to soft tubing, not that I would because I love acrylic to much, but, your tubing looks great. My nephew uses: http://shop.watercool.de/epages/Wate...Products/50273 I think its the same one you're using
Its been 2 years and no leach at all.

Is that the black copper block, I got one while ago, but never used it, It looks freakishly nice.
I haven't tried acrylic yet. I have some tube and a bunch of fittings so that I can get my work PC under water, but I haven't tried bending yet. I'm trying to plan out the loop so that I can have only a single bend in each tube. I think I might be able to pull it off.

My CPU block has an acetal top. I didn't really feel like spending the extra money for the black copper since you're unlikely to tell the difference unless you look really closely.

Quote: Originally Posted by chas1723 View Post
You have done a very similar build to what I was planning. I have a 3800x/x570 Taichi showing up today. Eventually when new video cards come out, I plan heatkiller IV black copper CPU and heatkiller IV acetyl GPU for a black and silver there. How are you liking the setup?

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I'm enjoying the setup quite well. The basic layout of the loop hasn't changed much since I first assembled it back in 2011. There are only a few minor things I want to change, one of which is the location of the flow meter. Currently it's mounted vertically between the res and the pump. This puts the res up high near the rad fans, and it's a little difficult to get the tube from the fill bottle in there. If I move the flow meter after the pump before the GPU, then I can get a taller res in there and still have more space to fill it.

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Thanks! it's EK ZMT tubing. No more plasticizer leaching!
We also carry our own brand of EPDM tubing in 13/10 and 16/10, if anybody wants to look into that as well


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My CPU block has an acetal top. I didn't really feel like spending the extra money for the black copper since you're unlikely to tell the difference unless you look really closely.
The visual difference between the two is subtle, but existent: the black copper top is milled from solid copper, then plated with a black nickel. It is still a metalic surface, so it reflects light. It really shows in illuminated casemods! The acetal top is made from plastic, so it will never light up and sparkle just as the black copper one will. Performance wise, the copper top obviously has the longer lifespan, and will also help in spreading the heat load over the whole water channel.

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