Published on 28th January 2008 by
Originally Posted by Brett ThomasThis probably seems pedantic
Originally Posted by samkiller42Great article, but what happened to the 5th block you were gonna rip open for us?
Originally Posted by 91I would have prefered an MC-TDX comparrison, as the TDX is now very much Old-Hat.
Originally Posted by Da DegoQuote:Originally Posted by samkiller42Great article, but what happened to the 5th block you were gonna rip open for us?
Erk! Hey Sam, I thought I left the word 'five' in there. Originally I intended to add a look into an 'up and coming' in there - but after digging through the best of the best, the fifth block really didn't make the cut. I'd prefer not to slander it without a proper review, so I withheld judgement on it. :)
Originally Posted by Brett Thomas,[Regarding the D-Tek Fuzion] note that there are neither nozzles nor much to induce truly turbulent flow as the water enters the blockit's a straight shot from the hose to the copper
Originally Posted by skunkmunkeyHad hoped to see the apogee GTX in there. Got myself one of these blocks and I'm very happy with its performance. Great article tho mate, would be nice to see one including GPU / Mosfet / NB blocks too now :)
Originally Posted by zero0neI'm also surprised you didn't have a SINGLE apogee waterblock in that lineup... because if you did, it would trump every block there.
Cather @ www.procooling.com was the original designer of the apogee series, and back in the hayday you could get one similar to the top of the line apogee that was done in 99.9% silver.
my understanding is he then sold the design.
anyway, this block is amazing, go buy it now!
Originally Posted by iwogDo we get one on radiators soon, because that seems to be the most confusing bit to me.
Originally Posted by willyoliowhat's next in the watercooling lessons? i'd like to see info on GPU waterblocks- full coverage vs. GPU-only.
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