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Old 29th September 2003, 07:21   #11
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it really flushes out of it, even when you just fill it with water, and no pump activity
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sent it over, I'll fix it
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Old 29th September 2003, 10:45   #13
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sent to teus allready

you look at it and fix it if you can, and then I'll come get it back

THANX!
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Old 29th September 2003, 11:08   #14
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no problem, I'll finish my CPU block in a hassle so I can compare it with yours
 
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ok

Take your time, coz I won't have time to come get it before next week.

comparison of your block with the best WC block on the market is a nice rev!
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Old 30th September 2003, 08:06   #16
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Hi Guy,

I'm extremely sorry to hear (and see) this.

I'm contacting DTek right away, and please do not worry they'll take care of it right away by sending you a new block.
I've fwded your message to them, and CCing this one also.

The only difference between the WhiteWater AMD and P4 versions is the P4 adapter kit, that's all. Meaning, the water block is the same but the P4 version comes with the addition of the P4 adapter plate. Also you've received the correct mounting hardware, but the manual is not updated.

I apologize for this inconvenience.

Please feel free to contact me,

regards ,

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fixed. barton 2500+ at 2gh, 1.7 effective vcore. 35° stressed with two radiators in the loop and a GPU/vidcard block. a small fan between the two radiators. whisper silent ;D

my slk800 with 40cfm delta at 5volt wasn't completely silent but it ran with PCM+ more then 15° hotter then that WW (zalman cooling compound)
 
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it roxors when it works!

how did you attach it?
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Old 30th September 2003, 21:37   #19
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some bolts & nuts I've got for my DIY blocks
 
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just gave it 1.92vcore. stressed temp after a few minutes: 39°

the temps will get higher after a while because my water hasn't heated up yet
 
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