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Looking to upgrade my cooler from a evo 212 on a fx8370 in a H440 case all stock fans, also can upgrade fans if itll help.

H110i is the best choice atm as I can pick it up from a store nearby very easily. While I can also get pretty much ANY cooler or parts if I get on the train for half an hour.

But some people say the h100 is better as it has better default fans and it quieter than the h110.

In most benchmarks the Kraken X60/61 beat the H110 by a few degrees but was also sitting on 50+db most of the time while the h110 was at 35+db.

Is there any truth to this?
I've scrolled to page 3 of google and the answer is still blurred.
Some one even said about getting 2 noctua fans on the evo and call it a day. That post was from 2013 and I'm not sure if the poster was trolling or not.

What are your views on the best cooler?
Sorry if this was off topic/abit too open.
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Found this. May be useful.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1519715/mini-review-noctua-nh-d15-vs-corsair-h110/0_100

Honestly, If you aren't going for one of the New Swiftech AIO coolers or a custom loop, forget about the CLC's and just get a Noctua D-15 if you can fit it in your case. It's quieter and performs better.
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Found this. May be useful.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1519715/mini-review-noctua-nh-d15-vs-corsair-h110/0_100

Honestly, If you aren't going for one of the New Swiftech AIO coolers or a custom loop, forget about the CLC's and just get a Noctua D-15 if you can fit it in your case. It's quieter and performs better.

Agreed on all counts. Swiftech or top tier air. The wanna-be-watercoolers aren't worth the money, time, or perpetual fan noise.
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Originally Posted by yuannan View Post

Looking to upgrade my cooler from a evo 212 on a fx8370 in a H440 case all stock fans, also can upgrade fans if itll help.

H110i is the best choice atm as I can pick it up from a store nearby very easily. While I can also get pretty much ANY cooler or parts if I get on the train for half an hour.

But some people say the h100 is better as it has better default fans and it quieter than the h110.

In most benchmarks the Kraken X60/61 beat the H110 by a few degrees but was also sitting on 50+db most of the time while the h110 was at 35+db.

Is there any truth to this?
I've scrolled to page 3 of google and the answer is still blurred.
Some one even said about getting 2 noctua fans on the evo and call it a day. That post was from 2013 and I'm not sure if the poster was trolling or not.

What are your views on the best cooler?
Sorry if this was off topic/abit too open.

The NZXT X61 and Corsair H110 are the same Asetek cooler with different fans and LEDs, btw.
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Originally Posted by ciarlatano View Post

Agreed on all counts. Swiftech or top tier air. The wanna-be-watercoolers aren't worth the money, time, or perpetual fan noise.
The NZXT X61 and Corsair H110 are the same Asetek cooler with different fans and LEDs, btw.

so get the cheapest one and some better fans?
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Originally Posted by WizardontheJob View Post

Found this. May be useful.

http://www.overclock.net/t/1519715/mini-review-noctua-nh-d15-vs-corsair-h110/0_100

Honestly, If you aren't going for one of the New Swiftech AIO coolers or a custom loop, forget about the CLC's and just get a Noctua D-15 if you can fit it in your case. It's quieter and performs better.

how does the ek one compare?
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how does the ek one compare?

The Swiftech is quieter and has better performance in all reliable independent tests. The Swiftech also isn't going through a leak issue, and there are a few people on here saying that their EK replacement units are leaking as well.
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so get the cheapest one and some better fans?

Or just buy something better like the Swiftech or a top tier air cooler.
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Swiftech H220-X or the new H220 X2.
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Swiftech H220-X or the new H220 X2.

He is looking for 280mm, so H240-X or X2.
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Havent seen much news or reviews about the H240x2 or H320 X2 don`t even see them up on amazon eu sites yet, they have plenty of 240x tho are they worth waiting for over the old 240X and 320X?
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