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Old 15th January 2006, 17:36   #1
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Default TTIC NPH WB K8-1 CPU Water Block Review

nPowertek/TTIC is a company known for its massive, big air-cooling products. Right now, they hit the water-cooling market with a heat column powered water block. Can this combination offer good cooling capabilities? Let's find out

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Old 15th January 2006, 21:06   #2
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Nice review easypanic and it looks like they got their first champ.

i noticed a spellingerror i think.

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The round insert (from the Heat Column) fits perfectly in the center of the Athlon 64 HIS. Before I can install the block on the CPU I need to remove the motherboard and place the custom black plate, this whole process takes only 5-10 minutes (depending on how gifted you are)
IHS?

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IHS I put in correctly, Word decided it was not a word and autocorrected to HIS :/
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hehe funny
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Here's a second opinion on this water block

http://www.cooling-masters.com/articles-29-0.html
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This block looks very promising. I wonder how it performs against one of those Strorm blocks.
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Be seeing more heatpipe W/C down the road soon enough
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