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post #1 of 256 (permalink) Old 01-18-2010, 01:15 AM - Thread Starter
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Basically if you want more cooling or better C.O.P's ( efficiency ) You need more QMAX . Unfortunately. the most powerful single TEC that you can get your hads on has a QMAX of 360-400 Watts .. Which some say isn't enough.

So this block brakes that barrier by allowing you to mount two 50mm TEC's directly ( via a cold plate ) to your CPU. Giving you 452 - 600Watts of QMAX . which is undeniably enough to cool any heavily over clocked i7.


This is the cover for it.




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wow this should be fun. Although I don't see any pics of the block yet? But I'll wait and see. Since it's made by you I know it has to be good .

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Nice stuff Drilled it urself (again)?

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You tease.....LOL
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The top is 4.5 hours on the mill .. i still have to do the tapping .. i find it mind blowingly hard to get them straight ...

copper block maybe 24hours away
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Great looking stuff as allways.

I dont remember but is there a reason you dont do brass tops on these?


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Looking good, as for brass tops I'm sure they'd be nice but I'm guessing Ultra doesn't have brass on hand, and it probably takes a lot more time to machine than acrylic or whatever particular plastic he uses.

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Now that is nice! I've been missing my tec ever since i went for the i7 (still have yet to send Freddy the block for new brackets). I can't wait to see how this performs.

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