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Koolance Releases the CPU-370SA and CPU-370SI Waterblocks

Discussion in 'News' started by Cristian_25H, Feb 29, 2012.

  1. Cristian_25H

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    Auburn-based cooling company Koolance has now rolled out a couple of new CPU waterblocks, the CPU-370SA for AMD processors and the CPU-370SI for Intel chips. Both models are lower priced versions of the CPU-370 block and feature a nickel-plated copper microfin cold plate (0.25 mm fins, 0.30 mm channels), an o-ring sealed impingement plate, a solid acetal top, and standard G 1/4 BSP threading.

    The Koolance CPU-370SA is selling for $59.99, while the CPU-370SI costs $64.99.

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    From the looks they seem to support upto LGA 1366? Correct me if I am wrong here. :)
     
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    The CPU-370SI supports LGA 775, 1156, 1155, 1366 and 2011 processors.
     
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    really cant comprehend why all the water blocks for AMD have to be so damn ugly. :shadedshu
     
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    These look pretty impressive I just wonder what the performance will be like.
     
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    Nice.. Going to keep this block in mind. Purchasing a new w/c setup for my rig here shortly. :) Now to see how this new Koolance block performs compared to my Raystorm.
     

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