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Poll Results: Which Antec cooler do you own?

 
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    Antec Kühler H2O 620
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    Antec Kühler H2O 920
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post #301 of 6063
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exactly how fast is full speed on the pump for the 620? Mine always spins @ ~1300rpm.

It doesnt do the click all the time but it does it about 50% of the time.. I'm now contemplating ordering a 920 to replace it and selling off the 620. Hope the 920 comes without the clicking issue.

Try shaking the radiator to get the air bubbles out. I heard stories of air bubbles doing that. I installed 2 so far and they both did the rattling sound and one of them the sound went away but the other I tried the shake and all is well. They both make a rattle on a cold boot though so I'm thinking air pockets.

Try that first and see if it helps any.

The rpm on my machine is 1340-1360, sometimes 1400 but wont go over that. I have the CPU Fan disabled so that makes it run full speed, full 12v of power.

Another option is to get a molex to 3 pin 12v adapter and hook it up straight to the PSU.
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post #302 of 6063
What's the right Fan i can add to make a push/pull config?

They need to be at same speeds right?
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post #303 of 6063
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What's the right Fan i can add to make a push/pull config?

They need to be at same speeds right?

same speeds, air pressure, cfm.

get two of the same kind and use them in push pull. check each fan for a slight variance in speed, then use that one as push.

some say the faster as push and slower as pull, but i did slower push and faster pull. i dont know if there is any hard data of which one to do as push and then pull but im guessing it comes down to preference or trial and error. see which works for you.

regardless, check both fans and see which one is a little quicker/slower so you know how to adjust them for trial and error.
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post #304 of 6063
I wanted quiet fans and still keep temps low and I have it
super super quiet at 34 C idle
very easy to install I mean child's play for the little extra cash this is the way to go
had one MS Win7 Ultimate issue you would think .net would come with it.
post #305 of 6063
Well system has been running three days 24/7 now and when I got up this morning it seems the pump click has finally stopped. Took its time.

I have however ordered a 920 to replace this unit. Looking at the temps im getting on my i5-2500k @ 4.5ghz i think ill need the extra cooling power of the 920 during the long aussie summer. Every few degrees helps here.
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post #306 of 6063
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Well system has been running three days 24/7 now and when I got up this morning it seems the pump click has finally stopped. Took its time.

I have however ordered a 920 to replace this unit. Looking at the temps im getting on my i5-2500k @ 4.5ghz i think ill need the extra cooling power of the 920 during the long aussie summer. Every few degrees helps here.
What are ur temps at 4.5 ghz? I have the 2500K at 4.80 ghz and during prime test i reached 74C peak, wich means in the real world scenario is gona be way lower than that maybe 65C playing games and compressing files
    
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post #307 of 6063
I was using OCCT and hitting 58 on one of my cores in 15deg ambient room temp. In summer it will hit 45 room temp which would see 88 deg core temps I guess.

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post #308 of 6063
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I was using OCCT and hitting 58 on one of my cores in 15deg ambient room temp. In summer it will hit 45 room temp which would see 88 deg core temps I guess.

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post #309 of 6063
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with 45 room temp your dead.
hehe.. yeah it only gets that high when I'm not home as we put the air-con on as soon as we are inside..

Put the 920 on last night.. runs about 8 deg cooler than the 620 which is a decent drop. I've got two AP-15's installed on it atm but will probably undervolt them a bit to reduce the noise so I'm thinking i'll end up back where i was with the 620 temp wise but be a lot quieter.

Oh and the 920 has no clicking which is nice also. Only problem is that it doesn't register as the pump spinning on the CPU fan header. I only know its spinning because of the Antec software where it says ~3000rpm.
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post #310 of 6063
With near summer temps in my room with all the electronics I'm hitting 85f ambient while its in the 60s outside. With 85 ambient I hit about 70c on cores with the 620 with push pull set up. With a/c it drops to about 5-10 degrees. This is with avx testing tho.

Too many variables but for me, 70 is too hot.
4.4ghz @1.33vcore

Don't hate me for saying this, but I'm thinking of getting the noctua d14 (motherland cooler).

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