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Thanks for the non "I bought this and because I bought this, this is clearly the best" response, Nethermir. I have the 212 situated comfortable now that I've grinded the side fan's frame down with a dremel tool. It is working well and I do like the way it looks. It looks mean! lol. However, I am concerned that I may have to back off of my overclock during the summer due to higher ambient temps. Like you, I am in Texas...where summer lasts for seven months.

If it is working well at the moment, just let it be and just wait how it will hold up in summer. I was using the older Hyper 212+ before and it was decently cooling my i5-2500k at 4.7 Ghz (pretty loud using stock fans at full load though). If you will stay at 4.3, I don't think there will be any problems in gaming or normal day to day use thumb.gif
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It really depends on which AIO vs which air cooler you are talking about. There are certainly heatsinks that can best the H60, but when you look at reviews for the Kraken X60, Corsair H110, or Thermaltake Water 2.0 they definitely arent getting outperformed. Of course you have to start balancing if the benefits outweigh the costs at that point.

The H60 is decent, especially if you add a 2nd fan to it for push-pull.

Silly question: What does AIO stand for? I guess it means the closed loop stuff.
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I have an H60 CLC. Overclocked my X6 1090t to 3.8Ghz. Max Temps reach 58* C and Idles are around 28*c with an ambient of about 22*C. I don't use Prime95 for testing. I use folding as It tends to stress the CPU more.

I find this cooler to be decent enough. Its not the best cooler but it is better than the Xigmatek Dark Knight I that I used to have. I would buy another one if it was at the right price.
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I have an H60 CLC. Overclocked my X6 1090t to 3.8Ghz. Max Temps reach 58* C and Idles are around 28*c with an ambient of about 22*C. I don't use Prime95 for testing. I use folding as It tends to stress the CPU more.

I find this cooler to be decent enough. Its not the best cooler but it is better than the Xigmatek Dark Knight I that I used to have. I would buy another one if it was at the right price.

Well that isn't a big increase in clocks, not that I know much about AMD CPUs anyway but the small clock increase explains the low temps pretty well.
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The box arrived. Its staring me in the face...
 
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post #27 of 37
There is another choice out there that will provide wate-rcooling between closed loop and
custom water-cooling. It will

Swifttech has been in the custom water cooling for years.
H220 was shown at CES 2013 and will be available late February.
I was also going with the H60 but after seeing this and reading reviews I will wait.
Swifttech H220 price point is $139.00. If you have been a fan of closed systems or new to watercooling this unit
will provide you future upgrading at an affordable price You owe it to yourself to review this new system.
It will give the other AIO a run for there money.

I took my H60 back to store yesterday.




Check it out smile.gif

Anandtech
http://www.anandtech.com/show/6657/swiftech-and-steiger-dynamics-german-engineering-comes-home

Linus Tech Reviews
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZgctchIQ7M

Swifttech Website
http://www.swiftech.com/h220.aspx
Edited by hyperkite - 1/28/13 at 12:28pm
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Originally Posted by hyperkite View Post

There is another choice out there that will provide wate-rcooling between closed loop and
custom water-cooling. It will

Swifttech has been in the custom water cooling for years.
H220 was shown at CES 2013 and will be available late February.
I was also going with the H60 but after seeing this and reading reviews I will wait.
Swifttech H220 price point is $139.00. If you have been a fan of closed systems or new to watercooling this unit
will provide you future upgrading at an affordable price You owe it to yourself to review this new system.
It will give the other AIO a run for there money.

I took my H60 back to store yesterday.




Check it out smile.gif

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http://www.anandtech.com/show/6657/swiftech-and-steiger-dynamics-german-engineering-comes-home

Linus Tech Reviews
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZgctchIQ7M

Swifttech Website
http://www.swiftech.com/h220.aspx

Sounds like an advertisement lol
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Originally Posted by Stige View Post

Quote:
Originally Posted by hyperkite View Post

There is another choice out there that will provide wate-rcooling between closed loop and
custom water-cooling. It will

Swifttech has been in the custom water cooling for years.
H220 was shown at CES 2013 and will be available late February.
I was also going with the H60 but after seeing this and reading reviews I will wait.
Swifttech H220 price point is $139.00. If you have been a fan of closed systems or new to watercooling this unit
will provide you future upgrading at an affordable price You owe it to yourself to review this new system.
It will give the other AIO a run for there money.

I took my H60 back to store yesterday.




Check it out smile.gif

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http://www.anandtech.com/show/6657/swiftech-and-steiger-dynamics-german-engineering-comes-home

Linus Tech Reviews
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tZgctchIQ7M

Swifttech Website
http://www.swiftech.com/h220.aspx

Sounds like an advertisement lol

Take the time to view information and tell me what you think smile.gif
Everyone on this site shares information.
That is how I learned about this also smile.gif
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Sorry about that, I have nothing to do with this company,
I think it was something for me to spend money on...lol
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