Overall, I have been very impressed with the Danger Den RBX waterblock. The Danger Den team took the principles of impingement and channeling, and made a very efficient waterblock. Furthermore, they made the cooler very small and very attractive. In traditional Danger Den style, the design is simple and elegant, the look killer.
Installation on a standard AMD motherboard (with mounting holes) was quick and simple. With the incredibly small footprint of the RBX, I can foresee no mounting difficulties or incompatibility with any hardware currently on the market. The block can be purchased with hardware for Intel, AMD (with mobo holes), AMD socket mount, and the new Athlon 64 platforms. Danger Den's decision to include anti-crush pads will help reassure those who fear core crush due to the waterblock's narrow footprint.
For those looking to set up a water cooling system from scratch, this waterblock should definitely be on your short list. If you already have a cooling system (with a maze type water block), and are considering an upgrade, you will have to decide if the performance increase warrants the cost.
Obviously, if you are an extreme overclocker looking for the best production block available, there are other choices with tangible performance advantages. However, when you factor in price ($55.94 USD as tested) and availability (in North America), the Danger Den RBX is a very attractive package.
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