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Koolance Intros CPU-360 Water Block

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  1. btarunr

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    Koolance rolled out its newest CPU water-block, the CPU-360. The new block boasts of broad compatibility with all current CPU socket types, an advanced microfin cold plate with 0.25mm fins, 0.30 mm channels, and an optimized flow path. The cold plate is complemented with a brass top, all metal surfaces have nickel plating to minimize corrosion. The block measures 4.9" x 4.9" x 0.6" (12.5cm x 12.5cm x 1.5xcm), and weighs 411 g (14.5 oz). While the package excludes nozzles, it includes all the retention material needed for Intel sockets LGA-775, LGA-1156, LGA-1366, and AMD sockets AM3/AM2+/AM2. The CPU-360 is listed on Koolance website at US $84.99.

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    Judging by the name, looks like it is designed for XBOX 360 :)
     
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    Looks sweet
     
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    i really like the way it looks for some reason
     
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    so what material is underneath the nickel plated base?
     
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    It looks like an alien logo! The fin array looks pretty nice, I wonder how it stacks up against pin arrays? Things like this make me want to go the water cooling pathway...
     
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    lol my bets on plastic :p
     
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    Looks like the ninja version of the HK block. I like it!
     
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    Just wow ! :eek:
     
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    We need those. Swiss Ninja Power:rockout: :roll:
     
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    HK3 killer??


    I think it could be. :)
     
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    Yep, hope to see it on Acquatuning.ch
     
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    Yeah Shane needs to get up from his ass lol. That block would fit my evga board so nicely, the HK was disturbing the black harmony.
     
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    Naekuh has the cooler all ready. TPU FTMFW!!!!

    Slated for the 12th of this month.. Sweet!
     
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    Looking @ the second picture, on the plate back cover. Does it has those little pin like thing sticking out? Because those are very hard to clean out if you decided to do a clean job over time.
     
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    its looks so cool hahaha i bet it dosnt do much more just looks fantastic :roll:
     
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    lol or copper. It's a good block.
     
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    Looks pretty bad ass actually. Koolance always has middle of the road blocks but this looks like a home run hit.
     
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    I had the chance to meet the upper muckey mucks of Koolance and found them to be really cool and fun to chat with. They started in water cooling server stuff and has made some really good stuff(I liked that it easily fit in my really small mods)

    This 360 is going in my next case...
     
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    i have always liked koolance stuff they have oddball parts like a 4x80mm rad albiet its alum but still noone has those
     
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    I have a Koolance 340 and have enjoyed it for a couple years. I just might buy this to replace my current Apogee GTZ SE~
     
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    first time i see very nice design water block but what about most important thing the "performance"
     

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