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Old 15th June 2004, 20:34   #21
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The internal design sucks.
it's just a piece of copper, with channels milled in. nothing more nothing less. no match for real homemade blocks

but it's ok for a budget-minded setup
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Old 15th June 2004, 21:00   #22
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Well the layout looks like crap to me too, but didn't want to mention it in the article. (I already mentioned a lot of negative things, don't want to cause fuss)

But in the review here @mad it seems they cool pretty well however?
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Old 15th June 2004, 21:14   #23
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wonder if performance can be increased even further if the block would be engineered following some guidelines of the TDX design, meaning that a small nozzle is placed above the copper cutouts to direct the waterflow
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Old 15th June 2004, 21:16   #24
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look at the design of the TDX, then come back and edit your ? away
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Old 15th June 2004, 21:25   #25
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Don't have permission

this?
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Old 15th June 2004, 21:25   #26
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look at the design of the TDX, then come back and edit your ? away
don't try to talk like liquid3D, the poor fellow doesn't understand what you mean

jmke means that jets would improve the performance
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Old 15th June 2004, 21:25   #27
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top off
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Old 15th June 2004, 21:29   #28
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yes THAT
"1" is a nozzle kit, by directing the water onto the waves below you will increase heat transfer and obtain lower temperatures

@Teus and his L3D comment: WTF ?
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