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    Really a heat killer ???
    Any1 heard of this brand before?

    http://translate.google.com/translat...lock%26hl%3Den

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    I haven't, I wonder if Hesmelaugh has.............?

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    You seriously haven't heard of Watercool?

    Wow. They are huge in Germany. They make the Mo-Ra (Monster-Radiator, 9x120), which is very popular here and first tests show that the Watercool HK 3.0 pictured above might be the best performing CPU waterblock to date...

    And who knows, maybe someone here will be able to present you with some test results soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by HESmelaugh View Post
    You seriously haven't heard of Watercool?

    Wow. They are huge in Germany. They make the Mo-Ra (Monster-Radiator, 9x120), which is very popular here and first tests show that the Watercool HK 3.0 pictured above might be the best performing CPU waterblock to date...

    And who knows, maybe someone here will be able to present you with some test results soon...
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    Yeah apparently from what i heard too this HeatKiller WB kicks ASS!!!!
    It makes the GTZ look miniature in terms of performance

    Click on my link thats in Post #1 then click "comments on the forums"
    Someone posted the result comparison against the EK Supreme WB

    Not sure why this company doesnt really commercialize their products as aggressive like Swiftech and the companies do ?? Yet so big in Germany?

    HESmelaugh try to get one of these HeatKillers if u can and do a comparison against the Swiftech GTZ and prove it to us
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    seen its images few months back, it's hard to find it on the side of the globe (North America)?
    Well, the design is very similar to EK Supreme & GTZ (in some way). As you know water block makers take one of the best from each competitor's design tweak it and call it their own.

    The injection jet nozzle look very fimilar to EK Supreme and the internal block base is micro water chanels instead of pin matrix from Swiftech.

    GTZ beats the EK Supreme for 1-3c (this result is varies) and Heat Killer beats EK Supreme for the same result.

    So, who is the king here, you decide?
    I'm sure this block have high flow restriction due to one flow path. I can be wrong?

    Hesmelaugh, you have better access to this block than us over here....hint...hint
    and let us know the result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HESmelaugh View Post
    You seriously haven't heard of Watercool?

    Wow. They are huge in Germany. They make the Mo-Ra (Monster-Radiator, 9x120), which is very popular here and first tests show that the Watercool HK 3.0 pictured above might be the best performing CPU waterblock to date...

    And who knows, maybe someone here will be able to present you with some test results soon...
    Hey HES, could you give us a link to what you would consider to be the best 2 or 3 sellers of this stuff.

    We could then consider extending our recommended etailers list some to include europe. I'll leave it to you to decide which countries.
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    Well, I can give you one link for sure:
    www.aquatuning.de

    Most of the website is translated to English and they ship internationally.

    www.watercool.de
    Also have a shop but I don't know about international shipping.

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    holy **** this thing weights like a pound. insane!

    it also sounds like it has a bearing bouncing around inside or something

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    14.2 ounces , minus barbs I just weighed it on a digital scale. I do not hear anything in mine, that does not sound to good, where did you buy it from ? was the Heat Killer in a sealed bag ?, that bag wrapped in bubble wrap, and placed inside a white box that says Heat Killer CPU Rev 3.0 1366 ?
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