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Poll Results: Which Antec cooler do you own?

 
  • 53% (152)
    Antec Kühler H2O 620
  • 46% (130)
    Antec Kühler H2O 920
282 Total Votes  
post #2571 of 6068
Hard to say what it will clock to but I can say it will be one less voltage step then you can take with a 920 or h100.
post #2572 of 6068
I need a intel backplate replacement for my antec 920..

there is a chance to let me send for free from antec?

(I bought kuhler about 10 days ago)
post #2573 of 6068
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Originally Posted by par View Post

I need a intel backplate replacement for my antec 920..
there is a chance to let me send for free from antec?
(I bought kuhler about 10 days ago)
Ask the folks at Antec. I'm sure they will, especially for such a small but very necessary part. When I mentioned I had received a warped panel on an early P180, they sent me a new one right away at no charge. Hard to find better customer service than that (OCZ is really good too IMHO).
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Logitech G15 Seasonic X760 PSU Lian Li PC-8FIB Microsoft Explorer Mini-Mouse 
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post #2574 of 6068
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Hard to find better customer service than that

I hope it's the same for Europe..

I let you know wink.gif
post #2575 of 6068
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I can tell you a 620 won't handle the heat at 5ghz unless you have a crazy low ambient temp or golden chip that takes really low voltage. Most people with 620's are around 4.5-4.8ghz tops with msot around 4.6ghz.
I was hoping for 4.4 - 4.6Ghz, thanks!
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post #2576 of 6068
I have 4.5ghz on my 8320 max temp 55c. The 8350 might get higher clocks at the same temp because more often than not they can achieve similar clocks at lower voltages.
post #2577 of 6068
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Originally Posted by stickg1 View Post

I have 4.5ghz on my 8320 max temp 55c. The 8350 might get higher clocks at the same temp because more often than not they can achieve similar clocks at lower voltages.

These max temps....just like a person was saying on amazon in reply to my ivy bridge i7 review.
Those aren't your max temps - those are what your temps get to when you stress it using the most intensive game you got.

MAX TEMPS to me is P95 running for 3hrs straight, then getting those max temps.
post #2578 of 6068
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These max temps....just like a person was saying on amazon in reply to my ivy bridge i7 review.
Those aren't your max temps - those are what your temps get to when you stress it using the most intensive game you got.
MAX TEMPS to me is P95 running for 3hrs straight, then getting those max temps.

Ummm this is OCN, not Amazon. Max Temps ARE your max stressed temp, ie Prime95 for hours or Intel Burn Test for hours. That is what I am talking about, 100% load on CPU and Memory for hours. That is what for the most part anyone on this Forum would consider a max temp.

The temperatures I experience while gaming are in the low 40s...

C'mon man...
post #2579 of 6068
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Ummm this is OCN, not Amazon. Max Temps ARE your max stressed temp, ie Prime95 for hours or Intel Burn Test for hours. That is what I am talking about, 100% load on CPU and Memory for hours. That is what for the most part anyone on this Forum would consider a max temp.
The temperatures I experience while gaming are in the low 40s...
C'mon man...

55c is your max temp?
Hard to believe i must say - considering most hit over 75 - I hit around 92-85c max temp lol.
post #2580 of 6068
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55c is your max temp?
Hard to believe i must say - considering most hit over 75 - I hit around 92-85c max temp lol.

I have an AMD FX chip though. It's like comparing apples to oranges. If my chip gets over 70c my PC will shut off to protect it. AMD recommends staying under 61c to ensure longevity of your chip. It's very different from an Intel Ivy Bridge.
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