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RayStorm CPU Block (Intel) Copper

Discussion in 'XSPC' started by coolmiester, Feb 4, 2012.

  1. coolmiester

    coolmiester New Member

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    Special edition all copper waterblock with a CNC cut aluminium bracket. The best performing CPU waterblock just got better.- Designed for Multi Core CPU’s
    - High Performance Copper Base 56x56x3mm
    - CNC Cut Copper Top
    - CNC Cut Aluminium Bracket
    - G1/4″ Threads
    - Compatible with Most Compression Fittings
    - Supports Sockets LGA775, 1156, 1155 and 1366
    Supplied with mounting hardware, 775, 1156/1155, and 1366 backplates,
    allen key, and K2 thermal paste.

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  2. Aruffell

    Aruffell The Don eTeknix Staff Forum Admin

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    Not suitable for LGA2011?
     
  3. coolmiester

    coolmiester New Member

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    Good point - i've not managed to grap a copper version myself but i've got the normal Raystorm which fits 2011 so i'd imagine this one will also but i'll double check and get back.
     
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    Shiney !. I love the aluminium bracket. And i guess if they have released these blocks recently, then they must be having LGA2011 Compatibility :S
     
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    Over at Martins liquid lab there is a good graph showing flow restriction as really low on this block

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    The effect of this is that you can run with quite a weak pump. In fact there was only a difference in around 2 degrees between running a 0.5 GPM pump and a 2.5 GPM pump with this block.... something I have personally observed with the EK HF too
     
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    Nice.. Thanks for sharing that with us. :D good going XSPC ! :D OMG @ Swiftech and Koolance. It's time i tell my friends to change their Swiftech blocks :p
     
  7. orbit1990

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    this is the one with a blue LED right?..
     
  8. coolmiester

    coolmiester New Member

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    No, this is the Special Edition version with a full copper block and aluminium mounting hardware.

    The normal RayStorm CPU WaterBlock is the one with the LED's

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    Awesome!! :p
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