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My old antec 900 was like a wind tunnel with a storm going pass it. Now with this new system, its like whispering.
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post #12 of 31
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Originally Posted by Munkypoo7 View Post
Quick note, that's not to say air coolers like the NHD14 are slackers by any terms. Air cooling is still more than enough for many of us. It all depends what your needs are
Aircooling is a joke when you get into multi gpu setups. This is when ppl take a serious look into watercooling.
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post #13 of 31
My copper wire under a bucket of water makes no noise!!! 100x better than those rads and fans. If you have plenty of room under your desk maybe do this if you want superquite
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How does it work? Is there water flow for the bucket? or the bucket of water is just static?

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My copper wire under a bucket of water makes no noise!!! 100x better than those rads and fans. If you have plenty of room under your desk maybe do this if you want superquite
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post #15 of 31
At least a 360 rad and some AP-13's and you should be golden.
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water is quieter then air while achieving better temps. Look at the efficiency of transferring heat: water vs air, then tell me whats better.
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post #17 of 31
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How does it work? Is there water flow for the bucket? or the bucket of water is just static?
It works via conduction, water heated by the PC is pumped through the copper coil. Heat transfers from the water through the copper into the large reservoir. The large reservoir acts like a heatsink/radiator, the aquarium filter you see is used to induce circulation to make the process more efficient.
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post #18 of 31
you will probably get better temps with the D14 then with a H70 the Hxx are just glorified air coolers, though the size over a D14 is nice to some
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post #19 of 31
yeah but my problem is i have a haf 912 plus (look at my youtube video)
i just got a NZXT Phantom, H70 and some old NZXT fans (white)
so i gonna move all my stuff to the NZXT Phantom and maybe use the D14 but cant do that before monday :-( sins im not home before that
and then i gonna build a new pc in the 912 plus case and use the H70 if D14 cools better
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post #20 of 31
if you want the big side fan on the phantom you wiil need to go h70 as the D14 will not fit with a side fan. I have a phantom in the cellar replaced it with my haf-x (then a month later they bring out the elysium }
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