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    witch water block should I go with the full nickel or the outher and for the 5960x I think I will go for the EK-Supremacy EVO Elite Edition - Intel 2011- your input would be greatly appreciated thank u in advance


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    Default Re: kingpin full waterblock and 5960x

    Quote Originally Posted by aryan51 View Post
    witch water block should I go with the full nickel or the outher and for the 5960x I think I will go for the EK-Supremacy EVO Elite Edition - Intel 2011- your input would be greatly appreciated thank u in advance


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    Internally they are identical. The only difference is black or clear plastic - it depends which you like the look of. The EVO is among the best blocks available right now and the Indigo Xtreme included with the Elite provides excellent results, but it can be a royal PITA to apply correctly.

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    how bad of a pina is it?
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    and why ?
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    Default Re: kingpin full waterblock and 5960x

    Looks don't matter in that Leet case. You can't see it anyways. So go with the one that works best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aryan51 View Post
    how bad of a pina is it?
    If I recall correctly, I got two of eight applications to re-flow correctly (so......$80+ for two mounts), temp differences were only ~2.5-3C better than GC Extreme, and cleaning the CPU was really bad. Went straight back to GC Extreme/NT-H1 and never thought about the Indigo again.

    Review with a 30 minute (yes, 30 minutes) video dedicated to how to make it work, also showing ~3 degree difference to MX-4 - Indigo Extreme Review & Guide - ExtremeRigs.net

    Serverely dissapointed with Indigo Xtreme TIM (read the principle, not about the specific heatsink used - liquid cooling worsens the problem described here)

    Other user comments that sum up the frustration that many have had:
    Well guys and gals, I can tell you with a good heart that this stuff is absolutely NOT worth buying. I followed the instructions to a T, and even watched several videos on how to properly install it, and also went to several forums to see what people were doing to get good results, and none of it worked. Getting this stuff to flow to the point of 100% coverage on your cpu is pretty much guaranteed NOT to happen. The package comes with two ETI's (Engineered Thermal Interface), and neither one flowed properly, even after making adjustments to how I mounted the water block the second time after learning from how the first one flowed improperly........and what did it do?.....nothing. I am convinced that getting this stuff to flow properly is complete luck, or maybe after about 10 failed attempts you *might* figure out how to mount your heatsink or block to get it to flow properly, but after $20 being wasted I stopped at two.
    The marketing sounded good for this product but it is my own fault for not doing enough research (which product reviews is few and far between) of this product as others stated around the web that it is impossible to get the metal to melt appropriately. There are two "interfaces" included with the package; first thinking about how that is a nice touch but later finding out that there is a reason for it. There are some wipe clothes used in conjunction with the liquid cleaning formula included. Also included are very detailed instructions (not hard to follow) and a set of nitrile gloves so not to get finger-grease on the surface of either the heatsink or CPU. I followed the instructions to-a-tee BOTH TIMES for installing both sets and neither worked correctly as the product never melted and distributed across the surface of the CPU/heatsink even though I was stressing my CPU (all cores) to a temp of 90C for 10 minutes (I couldn't even reproduce the heat graphs included with the instructions for how the temperature graph should look for X number of minutes).

    This product does not work well. I wouldn't recommend it to my worst enemy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Looks don't matter in that Leet case. You can't see it anyways. So go with the one that works best.
    It's the same block in different colors - looks are the only deciding factor. They work identically. Same block with a different color cover.

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    I like the EK block's. Clear ones.

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    Default Re: kingpin full waterblock and 5960x

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post
    Looks don't matter in that Leet case. You can't see it anyways. So go with the one that works best.
    +1

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    Default Re: kingpin full waterblock and 5960x

    Im using the EVO full Nickle (elite I think) My custom water loop runs off a triple 120 rad..I am running the 5960X and can run 4.5 all day and have benched at 4.6 and 4.7 at 1.336....the evo nickel is great!!!

    I will bench it at 4.7 later and have benched every 3DMark test all the way back to 3D03 without ever stopping one time..My warmest core was 72 and most were 67 at 4.5...Like I said, you can run 4.5 with this block all day!!! 1.332..and I think I could go less. When I have more time I will bench at 4.6 and 4.7..there will be a wall at some point. the 5930 was 4.8..I think this will do that. Just be sure to NEVER go over 1.4...with the 3930 it didn't matter..I could go 1.5 easy to run 5.1...I smoked my first 5930 when going over 1.4 CPU VOL. First Intel I ever toasted..BUT that was a different Asus MB that had that special CPU plug in that was flawed..( I have to stop thinking like that>>!!!)

    4.5 and best single card score ever..even better than 5.1 with the 3930 with the Titan X also.

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    3D11 at 4.6 1.37 I think and I could have done 3.6 at 1.333 for sure... AGAIN the best 3d11 single card and better than dual reg titan's sli at 5.1 with a 3930..The Haswell brings something else to the party!!! still around high 60's on all 8 cores..also I know we have our fave TIM but I just can't find anything that beats MX-4...Plus NO electrical conduct.




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    Firestrike extreme at 1.337 and I went back and fired it up at 1.334...More testing when I have more time...AGAIN I never beat this score with sli reg titans running 5.1 with the 3930..This is with 1 titan X..I really believe the difference is the 5960X..4.7 later...I can't help myself..just need to see what it will do...AND the intel 750 SSD is the fastest thing I have ever seen..it's like going from dial up to high speed internet once you get it right in your Bios settings..PC05 was 38000 at 4.5.. 14000 higher than a 480GB SSD running 5.1 with the 3930. I am convinced the temps being as low as they are like high 20's low 30's per core at 4.5 has a LOT to do with the EVO NICKLE!!! I haven't used the other EVO's and it could be looks but this is what my Asus rep sent me to try with the x99 Sabertooth and he said after lab testing no block was cooler..I run the benches burn the results and do his homework..Just goes to prove that even old guys will turn them up for FREE parts..He would want my best and fastest mostly for the gamers...the bench days are pretty much gone except us DIEHARDS...Not meaning there not there..Just saying the bucks for the makers are in the fast cool stuff a gamer can use!!!
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    Default Re: kingpin full waterblock and 5960x

    Quote Originally Posted by lakeside2189 View Post
    Firestrike extreme at 1.337 and I went back and fired it up at 1.334...More testing when I have more time...AGAIN I never beat this score with sli reg titans running 5.1 with the 3930..This is with 1 titan X..I really believe the difference is the 5960X..4.7 later...I can't help myself..just need to see what it will do...AND the intel 750 SSD is the fastest thing I have ever seen..it's like going from dial up to high speed internet once you get it right in your Bios settings..PC05 was 38000 at 4.5.. 14000 higher than a 480GB SSD running 5.1 with the 3930. I am convinced the temps being as low as they are like high 20's low 30's per core at 4.5 has a LOT to do with the EVO NICKLE!!! I haven't used the other EVO's and it could be looks but this is what my Asus rep sent me to try with the x99 Sabertooth and he said after lab testing no block was cooler..I run the benches burn the results and do his homework..Just goes to prove that even old guys will turn them up for FREE parts..He would want my best and fastest mostly for the gamers...the bench days are pretty much gone except us DIEHARDS...Not meaning there not there..Just saying the bucks for the makers are in the fast cool stuff a gamer can use!!!
    The Intel 750 is next on my list. I can see why everyone is raving about them. They put up some great numbers, even on 4790K boxes.

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    that devils canyon CPU is a seriously sweet CPU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and MUCH easier to keep cool!!!!



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    Default Re: kingpin full waterblock and 5960x

    Quote Originally Posted by lakeside2189 View Post
    that devils canyon CPU is a seriously sweet CPU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and MUCH easier to keep cool!!!!
    Yea just order the 750 1.2tb I will be using the Samsung 951 512gb on next build unless anyone wants it sell it at cost I will eat the shipping
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    Default Re: kingpin full waterblock and 5960x

    Quote Originally Posted by aryan51 View Post
    Yea just order the 750 1.2tb I will be using the Samsung 951 512gb on next build unless anyone wants it sell it at cost I will eat the shipping
    Use them both. 512GB is a good size for games storage.

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