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post #11 of 40
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Originally Posted by fortunesolace View Post
If it's only the cpu you're cooling you can't go wrong w/ either the H100 or a custom WC 240 kit. But in the kit, you can add one GPU to WC.
Yeah the expandability of the kit would make it a better choice especailly if there is not much difference between H70 and H100 I will be intresting to see how these all in ones develope over the following year if it gets to the point no one uses air cooled heatsinks
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The Antec Kuhler 920 beat out a custom loop system by 3 degrees under load (per Max PC I believe). That's a 120mm radiator. I wouldn't sell the H100 short just yet. Let the numbers speak for themselves whenever they get a review in.
Well only using the stock fan of the kit & the stock fan of the 920 is noisier, but when they changed it the tables were turned.


 
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I mst admit Iv'e not seen anything on the larkooler comparing it to other systems but
Fist test the antec is 2 degrees but in second it loses by over 5 degrees and of course dependan on what rad they used for the larkooler setup can make all the difference
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Not for the people who dont want/ dont know or dont have time for proper WC
I think it's more the people who can't afford proper watercooling. All the advantages of water and leak insurance without the costs.
 
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Not for the people who dont want/ dont know or dont have time for proper WC
If you can build a computer, you can watercool..

Closed loops' main strength [imo] is that they are easier to transport than custom loops. I'd personally still go for the custom loop but I don't have much against closed loops.
    
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post #16 of 40
Closed Loop = no maintenance, which is a clear winner for me personally tbh. The downside is you can't include other components, GPU, VRMs etc, but just for CPU they're pretty good imo,

My cpu(sig) maxes out on blend load at around 36c like, With the 920 only doin 700RPM out of a possible 2500 RPM. Compared to ~55c stock cooling @ 80% fan speed (3.3k RPM, noisey).
post #17 of 40
The easy of maintenance is the main reason for me to buy a closed loop solution, i don't specs any better result in the H100 the area of the fins is about the same of the h70, but you can put 4 fans if it fits in your case.
And having at least 2 fans blowing to the wrong side in the top of your case is not a good idea i think.
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post #18 of 40
Anyone know how long the tubes are on the H100 just wondering if it would be possible to put the rad on top of my phantom drop cpu block through 1 of the 200mm fan holes then put it in p/p without pushing warm air into case, could rig a 140mm fan exhausting put tubes and fan wires down the side so no warm air from rad gets into case.
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post #19 of 40
All the pumps that come with the 240 kits are loud. Noise is subjective, but for sure, the pump on the H100 will be quieter than the 240 kits' pumps. And it will have control to vary the speed of the pumps.

That alone is worth the price of admission.

You'll get 5C better temps with the kits? Without being able to decouple that xspc pump bay though, that thing is loud.
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I'm interested in the H80....
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