You know nateman_doo, it makes more sense if you could make the CPU and chipset waterblock as all-in-one piece rather than a separate block, IMO.
are stuck in the same TDP category, both dissipating less than 6.1W of heat even if all ports were used (all SATA, USB, ethernet, audio, PCIe 1.1, etc). Remember, it is a southbridge and they have traditionally been low-wattage parts anyway.
Here's what six Watts of heat is capable, of using Hooke's Law: It will take 90-minutes to boil 100ml of water, versus 2.5 minutes for an overclocked 6-core to around 4GHz (200W). Trust me, P67/Z68 doesn't need
watercooling any more than an Atom CPU does-- but if you have a market where enough people just want
a P67/Z68 waterblock, then go make some money Nate! BTW, the datasheets from both of those links will show you the dimensions of the chipsets and reference retention holes for coolers of the Intel boards. EVGA and other vendors might have different screw holes, but the chipsets themselves will be the same size.
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