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post #51 of 83
Compatible with 1155 socket?
post #52 of 83
looks kinda cheap with the rubber hoses!!
post #53 of 83
This looks cool. If I were to ever buy a bulldozer chip, I might get it.
post #54 of 83
i think they will prob have most of them with fans. but the highest 2 chips with W/C, and have OEMs with nothing f/s to.
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I think I'll definitely be buying the special edition of the 8150 later this year. Will save me from having to get another corsair cooler....
post #56 of 83
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Originally Posted by AMDrocks View Post
I will see reviews first before i consider buying the water cooling kit with it.

Or is will just let you guys test it out first
All you will need to do to get a good idea of performance is look at any Antec KUHLER H2O 920 reviews.

Given if you do that you will probably see that it barely performs with the SA or the D14.
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post #57 of 83
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Originally Posted by JCPUser;15221664 
This should be an optional thing. So you can buy:

1) The normal FX PIB which includes the usual dinky stock cooler or
2) The special WC version pictured in the OP.

Given that the normal PIB for the 8150 will be about $265, I think the special edition will likely be around $320.

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1st pic: Hey, that looks like the packaging that came with my H60. 2nd pic: and that Rad looks like an H80!, and so does that waterblock!

Just another rebadged Asetek/Corsair H80 unit.
tru, as long as they are OEM from Astek or Coolit, that's pretty amazing. That's pretty cool that AMD would purse in having a really nice cooler with their CPU.
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Fascinating, this could be fruitful considering I was planning on buying an Antec or Corsair unit to go with my Bulldozer processor. Two birds with one stone . (Unless it's cheaper to buy separate).
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Fascinating, this could be fruitful considering I was planning on buying an Antec or Corsair unit to go with my Bulldozer processor. Two birds with one stone . (Unless it's cheaper to buy separate).
That's my plan as well.
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