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So far the only new release I have found for an AIO is the new thermaltake one, they look like a pain to install
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So far the only new release I have found for an AIO is the new thermaltake one, they look like a pain to install

Here you go - http://www.hitechlegion.com/reviews/cooling/liquid/41902-cooler-master-nepton-240m-liquid-cpu-cooler-review
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7U72E2HBaLM


Thermaltake uses the bone stock Asetek install kits for their CLCs. The install has a couple of more steps but isn't difficult at all - that doesn't mean I like that kit in any way, the backplates are awful and you can find a ton of complaints about them. But, in the end, does an extra five minutes installing a component that you will have in months/years really matter as long as it installs properly?
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Here you go - http://www.hitechlegion.com/reviews/cooling/liquid/41902-cooler-master-nepton-240m-liquid-cpu-cooler-review
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7U72E2HBaLM


Thermaltake uses the bone stock Asetek install kits for their CLCs. The install has a couple of more steps but isn't difficult at all - that doesn't mean I like that kit in any way, the backplates are awful and you can find a ton of complaints about them. But, in the end, does an extra five minutes installing a component that you will have in months/years really matter as long as it installs properly?

still the x61 is better

http://www.kitguru.net/components/henry-butt/cooler-master-nepton-240m-liquid-cpu-cooler-review/6/
  
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post #24 of 52
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That cooler master cooler wont be available in Australia till December
post #25 of 52
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Any suggestions for a good airflow atx full/mid tower case that the Nzxt x61 will fit into?
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Any suggestions for a good airflow atx full/mid tower case that the Nzxt x61 will fit into?
whats the budget?
  
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post #27 of 52
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Up to $250 aus dollars
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I would point out that test was done on a 3930X, while the one I pointed out was done on a 4770K (which is far more comparable to what he is going to be using), but I am sure you already took that into consideration. I would also point out that he really wants a Node 804, and that the 240M fits in it, while the X61 doesn't., but I am sure you took that into consideration, too. Just like you took the fact that he has access to the 280L which outperforms the X61 into consideration.

Maybe you should try to help him build his system instead of trying to build your own.

Don't forget to recommend the HE-01.....
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I would point out that test was done on a 3930X, while the one I pointed out was done on a 4770K (which is far more comparable to what he is going to be using), but I am sure you already took that into consideration. I would also point out that he really wants a Node 804, and that the 240M fits in it, while the X61 doesn't., but I am sure you took that into consideration, too. Just like you took the fact that he has access to the 280L which outperforms the X61 into consideration.

Maybe you should try to help him build his system instead of trying to build your own.

Don't forget to recommend the HE-01.....

http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/cooler_master_nepton_240m_review,11.html

the same,the better that the other did on the hgiher heat output on this one the cooling will be similar with all the others


but if he think about a not so high OC a heatsink like a NH D14 will suffice. the he01 is way loude ron performance mode.even a thermalright macho could suffice for him
  
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