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Old March 21, 2010, 11:31 AM
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On what board you want to use the 360, I have one it does not fit on my Maximus, and bearly clear the capacitor on my Rampage Gene, it have very good back plate, compare to the EK , on my 750, I switch the EK back plate for an extra Noctua back plate I have here,
I will run it on my GA-P55-UD5.
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Old March 21, 2010, 11:40 AM
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no problem my friend the Koolance 360 will fit there perfectly. but don't get it from Pc-Performance, get it from Frozen, they charge less for USPS shipping

you have a blue motherboard, you need the Koolance it's chrome ( nickel ) so it will fit the suround perfectly

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Old March 21, 2010, 11:41 AM
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EK Supreme has the best temps and flow
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Old March 21, 2010, 11:43 AM
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no problem my friend the Koolance 360 will fit there perfectly. but don't get it from Pc-Performance, get it from Frozen, they charge less for USPS shipping

So I think I will go with the 360. He is nice review are cool and will fit on a future 1366 if I go up.
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Old March 21, 2010, 11:46 AM
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After few minut search I will order the Koolance 360 from DirectCanada
Koolance CPU-360 LGA1366/1156/775/AM3 Universal CPU Water Block G1/4 Threads - DirectCanada

Let`s follow the rest of the build!
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Martin I make a mistake, ...... they have it at NCIX


NCIX.com - Buy Koolance CPU-360 LGA1366/1156/775/AM3 Universal CPU Water Block G1/4 Threads - CPU-360 In Canada.




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Old March 21, 2010, 12:38 PM
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If you order from Frozen, you make up the difference in taxes at your door that Canada Post collects. This has happened to me multiple times, so I stopped ordering from there. Also Mark (I think thats his name, the store owner) is a dick... He is a complete At least with PPCs, I have never been charged taxes at my door. If I order from the States, its usually with SideWinders, Jab-Tech, and Petras - they are great.

Personally, I dont like/ trust Koolance for anything. To me, they are the same as ThermalTake - garbage. I know someone will come off on me for saying that, but its my own opinion. They have made some crap products, and because of that, I dont care for them anymore. It's my opinion, leave it at that.

My first water cooling loop was a Swiftech build, and I paid big for that. I hade an MCR 480 with eight Scythe SFLEX 'G' fans in push pull, and my Hardware Labs SR1-360 with only three fans performs better...

Get a HeatKiller 3.0 or an EK Supreme HF. The Swiftech XT is good also, and people claim it beats the HeatKiller (only by like 0.5C) but the HeatKiller makes up for in quality.

My personal favorite radiater is the Hardware Labs SR1-360 (which is made for quite fans basically), and the PrimoChill PA's (need G3/8 to G1/4 adapters. Rad contains lead though).

For a pump, Get a Swiftech MCP-355/ DDC 3.2 with an aftermarket top.
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So that would be the loop I will get from a member here + this Water block
Swiftech APOGEE XT Ultra Extreme Performance Water Block Products Model: APOGEE-XT [APOGEE-XT] : Performance-PCs.com, ... sleeve it and they will come

pompe: Swiftech MCP-655, avec EK top et body Bitspower
reservoir: Swiftech Micro-res V.2
radiateur: Thermochill PA120.3
barbs: 1/2"
tubing: Primochill 1/2"
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I would strongly recommend the Supreme HF, Swiftech blocks love to corrode and have TERRIBLE machining. Broken pins and mashed pins all over. The Supreme is a few bucks more but it is better temperatures and flow wise.
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I would strongly recommend the Supreme HF, Swiftech blocks love to corrode and have TERRIBLE machining. Broken pins and mashed pins all over. The Supreme is a few bucks more but it is better temperatures and flow wise.
I have never seen corrosion problems but the pins are a mess. The last thing you need is for a couple pins to find there way into a pump Somone is going to say "Have you seen how small the pins are?! Of course they are brittle!" - I say "Why do it that way? The EK Supreme HF, and HeatKiller dont use pins..." and they all perform on par. Tehe
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