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  1. Re: Koolance Exos with Waterchill blocks???

    i think its more important for you to consider that the exos' rad is made of alu and the waterchill blocks are copper.
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    Re: Just bought a Iwaki MD-6Z

    with a maze 4 i don't recoment upgrading to a better pump. the MD 6Z is a fine choice for your current loop.
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    Poll: Re: Whose waterblocks do you want to see?

    is this a popularity contest? if that's the case the rbx is obvious choice. now, performance wise the WW would be my choice. as far as looks go, its the brass topped silverprop blocks hands down.
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    gotta say nay on water for nb block if you want...

    gotta say nay on water for nb block if you want the loop for performance. yay if you want the pimp looks (like the silverpop nb block) and quiet.
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    wow, how cute. ahh wait, i'll take the brute...

    wow, how cute. ahh wait, i'll take the brute force water cooling please!
  6. Sticky: hubris, maybe you should include some words to...

    hubris, maybe you should include some words to address that poin blackeagle pointed out.
  7. Sticky: hubris, good write up mate:thumb: maybe you...

    hubris, good write up mate:thumb: maybe you should have the mods/admins turn it into a sticky.


    Blackeagle, that panworld pump sounds interesting, do you have any info on its noise level and...
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    Poll: i did it for a few resons, firts for quiet,...

    i did it for a few resons, firts for quiet, second i can overclock and thirdly i like working with my hand and building my h2o rig was a good learning experience.
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    reminds me of a few time i had to bang a clunky...

    reminds me of a few time i had to bang a clunky old car's starter to get it going. :p
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    the danner mag 3 is a great performing pump but i...

    the danner mag 3 is a great performing pump but i would't call it a pump of indutrial quality like the iwakis and the mcp600
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    i did some solid research about this pump cuz i...

    i did some solid research about this pump cuz i was very interested in it's size and performance (most of the info came from various post courtesy of cathar and many wc forums). i've concluded that...
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    do you live in the us. this is a great pump,...

    do you live in the us. this is a great pump, problem is thet model is rated for 220 volts.
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    clearflex gone blured???:confused: hmmm. i...

    clearflex gone blured???:confused: hmmm.

    i have all clearflex in my loop and i don't have that problem. might be case specific
  14. what about the mcp600, it will out perform most...

    what about the mcp600, it will out perform most pumps and its only 9 watts, i heard one report where the user didn't see a difference after upgrading to an mcp600.
  15. that means the ratio of head loss is greater for...

    that means the ratio of head loss is greater for the 1250/1260. i can't see why, that would mean the 1250's 10' feet of head is meaningless. if your theory is right that means the 1250 become less...
  16. does that apply to very restrictive systems such...

    does that apply to very restrictive systems such as the ones with 3 blocks or more.
  17. i figured as much. i know the 1260 will put out...

    i figured as much. i know the 1260 will put out more flow but it will introduce extra heat in the loop, if it wasn't for the xtra heat the colling capasity would be worth the xtra cost of the 1260.
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  18. what he said makes total sense but i do not agree...

    what he said makes total sense but i do not agree with the notion that the 1260(1060) is not an upgrade from the 1250, to put it quite simply you will get better flow but at a cost; more added heat. ...
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    a very large body of water (many many gallons)...

    a very large body of water (many many gallons) will work.
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    bladerunner is in the uk mate. go to procooling...

    bladerunner is in the uk mate. go to procooling and give him a PM
  21. did you tighten past the springs total...

    did you tighten past the springs total compression? it is best to tighten only a few knots beforre the springs are totaly compressed.
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    bladerunner's blocks are not about "mine is...

    bladerunner's blocks are not about "mine is bigger then yours", his blocks are about CRAFTSMANSHIP.

    nuff said.
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    give me a PM

    give me a PM
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    go to cooltechnica.com, in the swiftech section...

    go to cooltechnica.com, in the swiftech section you will find a neopane and cold plate conversion kit for your block.
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    it is physically possible for the rbx to take a...

    it is physically possible for the rbx to take a pelt with the double cold plates but it would not be as effective as a using a block specifically made to take a pelt like the swiftech mcw5000/50002...
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