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Kühler 620/920 vs H60/80

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Alright so i am in the process of downgrading my machine (long story and besides the point here) I am ditching my custom loop and im going to be getting one of the above coolers (probably today)

Starting with pricing (as of today at microcenter)
620 - $49.99
920 - $115.99

H60 - $69.99
H80 - $99.99


It will be on a 3570k and ill probably have a very mild overclock on it (maybe 4.3ish). Going for best bang for the buck while still being able to do a decent job. Thoughts on which to get? Obviously i look at them and see the 620 is quite a bit cheaper so thats what id lean towards at first....
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This may Help you.. There is some Arguing but also some good feedback in the entire Thread if you Read. One helpful Post
http://www.overclock.net/t/1235493/corsair-h80-or-antec-920/20#post_16835638

In Response to that Post from Corsair. http://www.overclock.net/t/1235493/corsair-h80-or-antec-920/30#post_16942059

Entire Thread. http://www.overclock.net/t/1235493/corsair-h80-or-antec-920

Hope this helps some smile.gif
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thank you. one thing that i wonder though now that i read some of that. Over the years the liquid will slowly evaporate from the system right? how do you know when its getting low, or do you just wait for it to blow up?
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thank you. one thing that i wonder though now that i read some of that. Over the years the liquid will slowly evaporate from the system right? how do you know when its getting low, or do you just wait for it to blow up?
Thats a great question. since i dont personally use one i would have to guess and say if you start to loose fluid your cpu temps would also start to rise. I would log the First day use temp and go from there. Good luck on your Decision..
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Thats a great question. since i dont personally use one i would have to guess and say if you start to loose fluid your cpu temps would also start to rise. I would log the First day use temp and go from there. Good luck on your Decision..

its easy now because i just look at the rest and go oh **** i need to add water lol.

I ended up grabbing the 620, havent opened it yet though just in case there is a compelling reason not to get it
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its easy now because i just look at the rest and go oh **** i need to add water lol.
I ended up grabbing the 620, havent opened it yet though just in case there is a compelling reason not to get it
Thats definitely the more affordable choice. smile.gif
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thank you. one thing that i wonder though now that i read some of that. Over the years the liquid will slowly evaporate from the system right? how do you know when its getting low, or do you just wait for it to blow up?

anyone know the answer to this?
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anyone know the answer to this?

The liquid on this units are a chemical based and they have a been tested over time and the liquid doesn't really dissipate that much over time, most of these units are designed and manufactured by Asetek. I don't know the warranty on Corsair but Antec has a 3 year warranty for these units. So if these units ever fails, just make sure you keep a copy of an invoice or receipt because that's how we based on processing a warranty and RMA.

If you ever need help, questions, concerns, feel free to send me a private message or send me an e-mail at vip@antec.com

Thanks
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Originally Posted by ANTEC CS155 View Post

The liquid on this units are a chemical based and they have a been tested over time and the liquid doesn't really dissipate that much over time, most of these units are designed and manufactured by Asetek. I don't know the warranty on Corsair but Antec has a 3 year warranty for these units. So if these units ever fails, just make sure you keep a copy of an invoice or receipt because that's how we based on processing a warranty and RMA.
If you ever need help, questions, concerns, feel free to send me a private message or send me an e-mail at vip@antec.com
Thanks

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