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    Intel Core i7 processors are phenomenal overclockers, but they also produce a massive amount of heat, so they are prime candidates for water cooling. As a result, we decided to set out with a mission in mind to take several of the best CPU water blocks on the market and evaluate them after close inspection. Aesthetics, cost, quality, and performance are all important criteria, so well pit them head to head and see which is victorious.



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    good round up Deton very well done. The absolute flow chart throws me off though you have different units of measurements you have GPM and GPH

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    Typo fixed, sorry for the confusion.

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    LOL No worries I figured it out.

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    Excellent review Deton,
    This is by far one of the best i7 LGA 1366 Waterblock article with a compilation of all the top dogs.
    Brilliant work, i could give u a couple jugs of beer if i was living near u.

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    Excellent article, Deton. This is one of the few times I've seen the ol' Heatkiller Cu lag behind. Amongst the top dogs there's rarely more than a single degree of difference anymore. For me, it comes down to aesthetics and flow being the most important factors. I have been eying the Supreme HF lately. (Though I can't justify the purchase with two perfectly good Heatkillers sitting here. )

    Because of my CPU-loop layout, I use one 45 degree rotary on my HK anyway, so no problems with 3/4" compressions here.

    I have one carp though; what radiator and fans were used in testing? I didn't see them listed.

    Much of (with a few exceptions) the mounting hardware for the 1366 socket is universal. Fancy the system from a different manufacturer? Buy it separately and use it with your preferred block.

    And lastly; it's no secret that I'm a Sidewinder Computers fanboy. Gary is an absolute asset to the water cooling scene, and is the kind of guy every e-tailer should aspire to be. After a dozen flawless orders from the guy, I think I'm qualified enough to say that.

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    Excellent review Deton! Links sent I should be hearing back.

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    Thanks guys, it was a pleasure experience with all the blocks testing.

    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    Brilliant work, i could give u a couple jugs of beer if i was living near u.
    Sure I can take the beer after all the testing but I don't want you to catch the WC bug again after I have currred you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post
    Excellent article, Deton. This is one of the few times I've seen the ol' Heatkiller Cu lag behind. Amongst the top dogs there's rarely more than a single degree of difference anymore. For me, it comes down to aesthetics and flow being the most important factors. I have been eying the Supreme HF lately. (Though I can't justify the purchase with two perfectly good Heatkillers sitting here. )
    see, HK is still a good block but it's an old dog now. The new blocks design based on HK internal concept design therefore the new blocks will definately better.

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post
    Because of my CPU-loop layout, I use one 45 degree rotary on my HK anyway, so no problems with 3/4" compressions here.
    The down fall for the HK is price.

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post
    I have one carp though; what radiator and fans were used in testing? I didn't see them listed.
    I thought I listed:$
    Rad: Swiftech MCR320
    Fan: Scythe S-FLEX @ 1500RPM, setted at max speed for all tests


    Note: You may find our results are slightly different from the other sites but keep this in mind. The results may varies due to the tester, equipment and testing enviroment....etc.

    Normally, I take the load temp at the end of load period but if you study the log data you will see the temperature very fluctuate due to the software load and unload each chunk of mathematic numbers to the CPU.

    So to be more accurate I averaged over 100 entry data to get the final result.

    IMO, they are all good blocks. You can't go wrong with these blocks, so it's all come down to personal taste and availability/cost in your area.

    The reason I reward Apogee XT the Editor's Choice because I can get this block in Canada for under $60CND and despite all the unconsitent craftmanship and mounting hardware are not stainless steel like the other blocks. I can't ignore its best value though.


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    Excellent review Deton! Links sent I should be hearing back.
    Let me know what they think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Thanks guys, it was a pleasure experience with all the blocks testing.

    Sure I can take the beer after all the testing but I don't want you to catch the WC bug again after I have currred you.
    I've been thinking really hard and almost got myself a classified full board block from MIPS but i think there isn't much life left in the X58 as Sandy bridge CPU should be out sometime Q1 2011 and thats not many months away. So im staying away from watercooling at the moment, decided to get a Vertex II instead

    But i've ordered a few Bitspower T-blocks and some coolant coming, gonna drain the current and fluid and get in some fresh coolant

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    Radiator and fan info is now included in the test setup. My apologies, I originally missed that info.

    Yes, in Canada the Swiftech block can be found for considerably less money than all the others. What impressed me about the Apogee XT was the ease of installation and the complete package and value. If I were to include a GPU block however, I might consider the Supreme HF or the Koolance 360 since their flow rates are much higher.

    Earth, your opinion of Sidewinder Computers is spot on. We deal with many manufacturers and distributors and one of the great things about Gary is that he tells it like it is, and is interested in what is the best product, regardless of the fanboys or what companies might balk. He really does look out for the customer and it shows.

    Deton, your review inspired me to drain and clean my loop last night. Was pretty scummy LOL. Now it's clean and clear again.

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    I just read your write-up on the Supreme HF from February. It is sorely tempting.

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    The down fall for the HK is price.
    You're talking to someone who's waiting eagerly for iandh to design and release a $300 CPU block. An extra $10, plus $5 for a backplate, doesn't scare me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullydog View Post
    I've been thinking really hard and almost got myself a classified full board block from MIPS but i think there isn't much life left in the X58 as Sandy bridge CPU should be out sometime Q1 2011 and thats not many months away. So im staying away from watercooling at the moment, decided to get a Vertex II instead

    But i've ordered a few Bitspower T-blocks and some coolant coming, gonna drain the current and fluid and get in some fresh coolant
    WC X58 board is not the neccessary any more. However, it's may neccessary for the Classified because I heard it runs pretty hot compare to the other X58 boards?

    Yup, X68 is on the horizon but X58 is still a lot of life lelf though.

    Intel is releasing new version of X25M SSD, also the 6Gb one. Doh...forgot you board doesn't support 6Gb drive

    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Yes, in Canada the Swiftech block can be found for considerably less money than all the others. What impressed me about the Apogee XT was the ease of installation and the complete package and value. If I were to include a GPU block however, I might consider the Supreme HF or the Koolance 360 since their flow rates are much higher.
    if you have powerful pump and a good high flow GPU block then you should be ok with the XT in one loop.

    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Deton, your review inspired me to drain and clean my loop last night. Was pretty scummy LOL. Now it's clean and clear again.
    When was the last time you did the maintenance?

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post

    You're talking to someone who's waiting eagerly for iandh to design and release a $300 CPU block. An extra $10, plus $5 for a backplate, doesn't scare me.
    What block are we talking about $300 a pop here?

    Well, enthusiasts doesn't care how much they are going to spend but some of us do like to be smart buyer though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    What block are we talking about $300 a pop here?

    Well, enthusiasts doesn't care how much they are going to spend but some of us do like to be smart buyer though.
    There is a thread over at RRTech (usually NSFW!) in which iandh is contemplating the production of a silver-based block, like in the good old days. I'm very interested to see what he comes up with.

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    I see!
    Pure silver is better thermal conductive then copper for sure and it's definately cost more than copper as well.

    Copper is 401 Wm−1K−1 vs. Silver is 429 Wm−1K−1

    The question is how can we justify the performance gain from the cost.
    How much is it actually gain in temp? 5c is the best guess for $300 block compare to $80 block.

    Like the guy making the block said that he won't sell is for less than $300. IMO, for a business stand point he won't make any profit selling these blocks. There's no big market for this type of buyer.

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    How about a $65 block? God, that is tempting too. I've always thought that AC block was gorgeous, and on sale it's cheaper than what I pay for coffee every week.

    The proposed silver-based block is a piece of art, not a product. It just serves more purpose than a painting.

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    As I mentioned, hardcore WC willing to spend big money for the component and especially the one can make the part even spend more time and cash to build it.

    Nickle plating is become common for today's blocks so why not just silver plating it maybe a little bit cheaper than pure silver.

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