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Old 23rd July 2004, 10:57   #1
GiantKiller
 
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I bought a eheim 1048 waterpomp.
The in- and outlets are ID-8mm/OD-10mm


I would like to buy some Koolance blocks.

CPU: Koolance CPU-300-H06 (ID-6mm , OD-10mm)
or
CPU: Koolance CPU-300-V10 (ID-10mm , OD-13mm)

GPU: Koolance CHC-A09



Which diameter of tubing is the best for my pomp ?
Which diameter of CPU block should I take ?
Do I have to use some parts to change the diameter?

Please help me out.
 
Old 23rd July 2004, 11:37   #2
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i wouldn't recommend the koolance blocks they really suck

wich fittings to use: well the most performant fitting is 1/2" ( 12 mm ID )

and always take the same diameter for your whole setup ( example: if you take 1/2" for your block, take 1/2" for your rad and 1/2" for the pump )
 
Old 23rd July 2004, 14:20   #3
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So what do you suggest me ?
I've got an AMD XP 2800+ and a Hercules Radeon 9800Pro to cool.

Which blocks do you suggest?
(Perhaps also a link to some shops.)

Do I have to change the fittings of my Eheim 1048 pomp or can I find some blocks and tubing for the actual diameter? (ID-8mm, OD-10mm)
 
Old 23rd July 2004, 14:40   #4
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i still use the same fitting on top but i changed the inlet fitting to 1/2" ( you can find them i a local HW shop or where they sell sanitair )

i can recommend the dangerden TDX and the intimidator series, swiffie blocks are alsow pretty descent

for shops, try loveno, and tweakstore

edit: oh and for the gfx take a maze 4 gp or alsow a swiftech block
 
Old 1st September 2004, 01:24   #5
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Well, I got all my block from D-Tek....google it.....I have the white water block, and thier VGA block on my 9700pro. It cools very well, but it work best with high flow pumps. Mine is like 370gph. I have all 1/2 fittings and I used clearflex tubing....works great, dont waste money on vinyl tubing spend the extra like 20 bucks on the clearflex. Hope that helps.....
 
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