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Old 06-13-2012, 04:32 PM   #1
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Bitspower Summit EF CPU Block for Intel & AMD

Bitspower has entered the CPU block market with the Summit EF for Intel and AMD. I have seen no thermal or flow performance data. In the US, Sidewindercomputers has additional photos, sells the Intel version for $75, and describes it in the quote below.
Bitspower CPU Block Summit EF (Intel) (Acrylic Top Version) - BP-WBCPUIAC-CUMBKBK Product Description & Info

This is Bitspower's first foray into the CPU Waterblock arena. The Intel block works with all modern Intel platforms: 775, 1155, 1156, 1366 and Socket 2011. The nickel-plated baseplate features 0.5 mm water channels. The hold down is made of steel and is shiny black. Flow directional indicators have been laser etched into the block top along with the Bitspower "Dragon" logo. The block itself is bigger than most CPU blocks on the market at 95x95 Millimeters! A knurled thumbscrew design is utilized for the mounting system and instructions (in English), along with a spare o-ring and allen key, are located inside of a secondary black Bitspower accessory box. Acrylic blocks feature both 3mm and 5mm LED holes.
Features :
  1. Real Full Water-Cooled Solution.
  2. True Hi-Flow Design, Which Extreme Take Away Hot Surface.
  3. 0.5mm Fins / 0.5mm Channels, Which Through Water Quickly.
  4. Block TOP Cover Made Of Hi-Quality Acrylic.
  5. Block Base Made Of Hi-Quality Copper.
  6. Mainstream Intel Processors For Steel Mounting Brackets.
  7. RoHS Compliant.
Acrylic Color : Black.
Dimension ( LxWxH ) : 95 x 95 x 18 MM

Thread : G1/4" x 2

Bitspower CPU Water-Block is universal in design and compatible with the Following Processors :
  1. INTEL LGA 775
  2. INTEL LGA 1155/1156
  3. INTEL LGA 1366
  4. INTEL LGA 2011
Included :
  1. Screw x 1Set.
  2. Spring x 1Set.
  3. Bitspower Backplane x 1PCS.
  4. Arctic Silver Matrix 2.5G X 1PCS.
Interestingly, there are tops with 6 colors (including clear acrylic) in models for both Intel and AMD at the Bitspower-Taiwan website. Could the clear acrylic model replace the EOL EK Supreme HF for dye users? Is $75 a bit expensive for an acrylic (plastic) top block? What do others think of the new Bitspower blocks?
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Old 06-13-2012, 05:39 PM   #2
Budget? What's that?
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White top.... yum. I like the way they look. It will be interested to see how they perform.
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