i7-3930K CPU XSPC Raystorm Copper

Posted: March 12, 2012 in Blocks
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External Photos & Information

Externally the block was very good.  While most block makers are going for the nickel plated look (and associated possible plating problems), I kind of like the natural copper look myself.

3/4″ OD XSPC Compression fittings are a bit of a squeeze, but they do just barely work with some rubbing of the compression rings.

While polishing is not really necessary for top performance, the copper mirror is a joy to look at.

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Comments
  1. paulkon says:

    I see that you haven’t reviewed the Koolance 380I block yet. Would you mind telling me if you agree with this data I found here: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1708036&page=4
    I’m trying to figure out if this data still applies today and the 380I is still the best block. Thanks!

    • Martinm210 says:

      While there will always be some differences between reviews due to block sample and processor shape variances. That is extremely good testing so yes I would trust it. I would have to start over if i wanted to do cpu block testing since I moved and rebuilt my rig.