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i always get worried when people say fully contained units are water cooling... at best they are equivalent to high end air

I will agree with that!
These setup are better than air but only "Just" in a manner of speaking. They will give better overall temps but are still lacking vs a true custom WC setup. These are simply for a more convenient way to set it up with water than to get the full cooling potential WC'ing can give.
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ummm my H80 is FAR more efficient than air cooling was. I went from not being able to cross 4.2Ghz to being unable to go further due to voltage limits. If I could crank my voltage past 1.55V then I could easily hit 4.8Ghz or more. Just an estimate but if I tried 4,8Ghz on my old evo.... yeesh,.... I was crossing 70C within 4 minutes of prime 95 @ 4.4Ghz. No its NOT better than watercooling but it is step number 2 of 3 in the cooling department and does allow ALOT more overclocking freedom.
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I will agree with that!
These setup are better than air but only "Just" in a manner of speaking. They will give better overall temps but are still lacking vs a true custom WC setup. These are simply for a more convenient way to set it up with water than to get the full cooling potential WC'ing can give.

Ill agree custom loops are better but technically speaking, by standard definition, its still water cooling. The water moves the heat into a rad, water cooling.

May not cool as good as a custom water cooler, but its correct if someone calls it water cooling, not custom water cooling.
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ummm my H80 is FAR more efficient than air cooling was. I went from not being able to cross 4.2Ghz to being unable to go further due to voltage limits. If I could crank my voltage past 1.55V then I could easily hit 4.8Ghz or more. Just an estimate but if I tried 4,8Ghz on my old evo.... yeesh,.... I was crossing 70C within 4 minutes of prime 95 @ 4.4Ghz. No its NOT better than watercooling but it is step number 2 of 3 in the cooling department and does allow ALOT more overclocking freedom.

You went from a 30 dollar cooler to a 90 dollar one, what did you expect?

You get what you pay for.
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You went from a 30 dollar cooler to a 90 dollar one, what did you expect?
You get what you pay for.
Exactly. The Noctua DH-14 will give same performance and it's air cooling. It's expensive but you get what you pay for thumb.gif
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