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Poll Results: Which Antec cooler do you own?

 
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post #101 of 6063
Keeping me cool in the 60s at 4.5ghz
still tweeking but at 5.0ghz and 1.52v im in the 80s so im staying at 4.5 for now
Using a push pull config with the stock fan and one of my nzxt case fans.

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post #102 of 6063
Quote:
Originally Posted by SonofNoob;13245761 
Keeping me cool in the 60s at 4.5ghz
still tweeking but at 5.0ghz and 1.52v im in the 80s so im staying at 4.5 for now
Using a push pull config with the stock fan and one of my nzxt case fans.

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That doesn't sound very promissing. My 92mm Noctua keeps me below 60c while folding using 1.37v at 4.7ghz.

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post #103 of 6063
pretty sure hes using the NZXT case fan on his heatsink. Probably worse performance than the stock cooler lol. add two of them and they would look cool, be quiet, and perform nicely though
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post #104 of 6063
1.52v vs 1.37v
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Originally Posted by nagle3092;13246563 
That doesn't sound very promissing. My 92mm Noctua keeps me below 60c while folding using 1.37v at 4.7ghz.

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Looking at getting one of these plug in play wc systems for my e8400, this rig is 24/7 machine and will be for at least a couple more years.

What kind of life expectancy for these coolers?
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post #105 of 6063
Quote:
Originally Posted by grunion;13248818 
1.52v vs 1.37v







Looking at getting one of these plug in play wc systems for my e8400, this rig is 24/7 machine and will be for at least a couple more years.

What kind of life expectancy for these coolers?

He said he was in the 60s at 4.5ghz as mine stays below 60 while folding (I doubt he's pumping 1.52v at 4.5). I would go with one of these over the corsairs though because the antecs have a 3 year warranty over corsairs what I think is 2 years.

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post #106 of 6063
Quote:
Originally Posted by grunion;13248818 
1.52v vs 1.37v







Looking at getting one of these plug in play wc systems for my e8400, this rig is 24/7 machine and will be for at least a couple more years.

What kind of life expectancy for these coolers?

It haves 3 years warranty so 3 years at least.

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post #107 of 6063
Just switched my case. Nice improvement in temps. Too hot in my room to run a stress test to measure temps, but will later when I can turn on a/c and post up updated temp info.


Here are some before and after pics. Took me a loooong time to get the case to close with all the wires. Looks perty though. If i didnt use the front audio on sound card the wire management would of looked better. I'm thinking of getting those wire router things that stick on. Anyone tried those?


Before:
Abl2z.jpg
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After:
Tried to use the 6pin pci-e extensions but side panel wouldnt close. Stuck using power supply pci-e with the damn +2 pins frown.gif
Would've looked nice if ATI did rear sockets instead of side, oh well.

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post #108 of 6063
I need some more screws for push/pull!!! Keep missing the hardware store.
post #109 of 6063
Quote:
Originally Posted by manooti;13251510 
Just switched my case. Here are some before and after pics. Took me a loooong time to get the case to close with all the wires. Looks perty though.

Before:

9xPhJ.jpg


After:

3mO70.jpg

Would've looked nice if ATI did rear sockets instead of side, oh well. I'm thinking of getting those wire router things that stick on. Anyone tried those?

Talk about a night and day difference, wow! The new case works great, my friend. Well done indeed.

And I know what you mean about the graphics card power cable locations. I have 16 lines hanging out in the middle of my set-up. Oh well. cool.gif

I've used the stick ons for cable management with good results. Keeping them as high or low in the case as possible seemed to work best.

BTW, finished up my initial build, got a WEI of two 7.8's and three 7.9's with no RMA's needed thus far. Looks like I'm good to go. That 620 is so cool and quiet, me likey.
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post #110 of 6063
How's the stock paste? Comparable to Corsair's?
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