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Aqua-computer Unveils LGA 1366 Conversion Kits for its Cuplex XT Series Water Blocks

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  1. malware New Member

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    Not long time since the first air coolers for Core i7 showed up, German water cooling expert aqua-computer has decided to let us know that some of their high-end cuplex series CPU waterblocks including the cuplex xt, cuplex xt di and cuplex hd are now also available with conversion kits/mounting brackets to suit Core i7 LGA 1366 sockets. The Cuplex XT series is one of the best CPU blocks offered with an attractive look and 100% German build quality. It is made out of two parts, a high-quality copper base, and a translucent blue acrylic top. The Cuplex XT fits only G1/8 threaded fittings, a G1/4 version is also in the works.


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    Niiiice, what do these blocks perform like? I wonder if they will bring out a Conversion Kit for my EK Supreme... would be nice not to need to buy w/c aswell as expensive hardware come november.
     
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    The cuplex XT is an old block which is not sold anymore so there is no 1/4" variant in the works.

    But the cuplex XT di is also available as 1/4" variant while the cuplex hd is 1/4" only.
     
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    I have been attempting to purchase an Aqua Computer syestem in the USA but the only listed source in the USA does not even have Aqua Computer in its search index!

    Could ANYONE please direct me to an Internet source where I could purchase one? I know they are expensive; however, the German engineering is tops in the field.

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