Published on 18th May 2008 by
Originally Posted by Da Degohey zr_ox,
I'll be testing the block against the ek supreme down the line (I think in about a week) - I've not had a working supreme block here for a bit, and a new one is on its way to me :)
Originally Posted by legoman666No comparison to the original d-tek fuzion?
Originally Posted by Da Dego
Yep, the excess rubber has been (thankfully) fixed. :)
Originally Posted by The_BeastWho would buy/sell a product that is worse then the old version???
Originally Posted by zero0newhere is all the technical data?
I don't see flow vs temp etc etc.
Different pumps in a system cause different flow rates in the blocks which cause different rates of thermal absorption, and same with flow through the radiator but with different rates of thermal dissipation.
this has always been the block to beat: http://www.swiftech.com/products/APOGEEGTX.asp
the design was bought from the great cather from procooling.com
(IE the storm waterblock that he also produced himself in a limited edition all silver waterblock. (that thing was sexy)
BUT, with all that said, the review was much better than expected coming form a site where watercooling isn't its forte.
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