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    Default EK supremacy CPU waterblock

    Just wondering what the performance is like with the new EK supremacy waterblock, EK claims that this waterblock performs 2c lower than its previous supreme CPU blocks

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    Looks is debatable some thinks its ugly while some think it is a nice design. Not sure if DrD can get one for review and see how it stacks up with the XSPC Raystorm

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    Default Re: EK supremacy CPU waterblock

    I think they should have rounded the edges more.

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    Default Re: EK supremacy CPU waterblock

    I am not of fan of EK, but also esp the new line. The design is a little funky.
    I still have a bad taste in my mouth from my previous EK experience with the nickel plating issue...

    I have vouch to stay away from them if and when I possible can.
    I think the XSPC Raystorm out performs this block anyways. may want to look into that block.

    Tony just review the new cooper edition one, But even the acetal version isn't bad either..

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    Default Re: EK supremacy CPU waterblock

    EK screwed their customers last year so I stay away. They can say what they want but the RayStorm is the best block out but cost a lot. Apogee HD is the way to go IMO

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    Default Re: EK supremacy CPU waterblock

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    EK screwed their customers last year so I stay away. They can say what they want but the RayStorm is the best block out but cost a lot. Apogee HD is the way to go IMO
    Yup! I was one of those customers...
    You can get the regular raystorm (non cooper) for about the same price as the HD.

    But non the less, the HD and Raystorm are both good performers.. I have 2 Apogee HD blocks myself so I can vouch that its a good block to use.

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    Default Re: EK supremacy CPU waterblock

    I saw the image of the prototype awhile back but I didn't see much of the new design but just beside the aesthetics, they use wide jet plate, new logo...etc.
    the Supreme used to have oval shape and they changed it to square for the last few years now. To me it looks very simple design compare to the rest of bad ass blocks. This is one reason I didn't request for sample. I only request sample when I find the product is intriguing or the sponsor ask me to do the review on their products then I don't mind to do it.

    The question is if any one here are interesting me to do the review on this block then show your hand.

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