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Question the same as on the title is that good? I monitored my temperatures with HWMonitor....
Edited by nogomet - 3/19/14 at 4:24pm
post #2 of 9
lol... 45c running p95 is awesome!!


what cpu?

I have a i7 920 @ 3.6ghz with a liquid sys and I run 41c at idle.haha
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I have i5 4670k chip and is not clocket I like stock speeds biggrin.gif.. But the most funny think is about couple of days (2 weeks) I had a Corsair H50 water cooler and when I hit the Prime95 program my temps has been about 70C... I bougt Ashuru for 380 KN ( I m from Croatia Europe) = in the USA value is 70$ and the temps are exelent in IDLE temps are 30 C and with prime95 is 45 like I say.. So what about that stupid H50 why temps are so big with that water cooler.. Thank God I got rid Corsair H50 thumb.gif
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I have i5 4670k chip and is not clocket I like stock speeds biggrin.gif.. But the most funny think is about couple of days (2 weeks) I had a Corsair H50 water cooler and when I hit the Prime95 program my temps has been about 70C... I bougt Ashuru for 380 KN ( I m from Croatia Europe) = in the USA value is 70$ and the temps are exelent in IDLE temps are 30 C and with prime95 is 45 like I say.. So what about that stupid H50 why temps are so big with that water cooler.. Thank God I got rid Corsair H50 thumb.gif

those are good temps. the 25mm Corsair liquid coolers(H50/55/60/75) arent very good. I recently replaced my H60 v2 with a Hyper 212x and my load temps droppped by 4-6c. Idle temps dropped by around 3-5c.
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No kidding? Never ever water cooler again.. Only Air cooler thumb.gif
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No kidding? Never ever water cooler again.. Only Air cooler thumb.gif

if you're going for a closed loop water cooler, your only real option is one with a 240mm rad.(H100i, etc) anything less than that is a waste of cash imo, since they get owned by cheaper air cooling options.
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I agree.. anything less that a dual fan rad... no point.. they can be quieter, but if performance is what ur after then go bigger.. water cooling done right will blow the fins off any air cooler.
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Very few CLCs perform better then air. They are noisier, cost more, have more problems (most common is pump issues) and if anything other than fans fail you have 0 cooling., plus I doubt they will last as long as air coolers.
I'm still using a 7 year old Thermalright Ultra 120A., and like the Energizer Bunny it's still going strong. Changed fans, not because original was but but I wanted to. CLCs have not been out 7 years but I haven\t seen any of the first ones out still in use. wink.gif
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circa 2006 still going strong smile.gif before it was renamed to mugen (which means infinity in Japanese biggrin.gif ) replaced fan for an even quieter fan (tho the factory fan was already pretty quiet) had to buy then 1156 mounting kit for it but it's still the same cooler smile.gif
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