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Poll Results: Which Antec cooler do you own?

 
  • 54% (152)
    Antec Kühler H2O 620
  • 45% (129)
    Antec Kühler H2O 920
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post #3541 of 6063
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As much as I would like to agree - explain my temps period to de-lidding then?
/the end

Antec is now in bits, ready to be RMA'ed I don't expect a 920 cooler to be at times out performed by a stock intel cooler.
Oh and FYI: Tested both on i3 and i7 - i3 is NOT de-lidded.

Some people jump to conclusions...rolleyes.gif

Not jumping to conclusions, what I stated is fact. It's your own failure. You modified something and then expect a product to perform on your modification when said product was never designed to do so.
You're the worst kind of consumer.

It was designed to cool a CPU. I fail to see how he modified his Kuhler 920 ?
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post #3542 of 6063
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Originally Posted by plywood99 View Post

Not jumping to conclusions, what I stated is fact. It's your own failure. You modified something and then expect a product to perform on your modification when said product was never designed to do so.
You're the worst kind of consumer.

wait how did I modify my i3? or my stock i7 (prior to de-lidding?)
You jump to conclusions and more so accuse people of doing things wrong.
This isn't the first time you've accused me - and later apologising for acting the way you did.

I highly suggest being a little more respectful to other members.
Be them pros or "noobs" at whatever they are doing.

I can guarantee you before I state things, I make sure I have done everything possible to test.
In this case - right now I'm typing from my i3 3225 with the stock cooler on it:
Temps on idle?
26-30c

What were my temps just prior to getting off the cooler?
20-27c

For me, a liquid cooler running at 3k pump speed, with 2 fans and a rad, should do better than that.
I even called scan a few weeks ago - the guy said to do what I did:
"put a stock cooler on it, if you don't see a dramatic change in temps, then feel free to send it back to us"

Now that's on idle - on load, I experienced the same sort of results.
Long story short: I'm RMA'ing it.

EDIT:
OH AND!
Before you say: "you changed the fans on your antec" - yeah sure I did - the stock antecs push less air @ 600RPM than my SP120's that run at 800-900RPM (both readings on idle) - so don't think of springing that upon me either wink.gif

Anyway, enough of wasting my time - back to testing some more Asus related stuff
post #3543 of 6063
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Ohh, and Dubbed, I read your post. You're simply ignorant or lying.

Ignorant or lying? Lol
See ya!
post #3544 of 6063
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Dude what the hell is wrong with you. he's testing with an un-lidded i3. I hope you don't stick around

I'm getting confused with these un-lidded / de-lidded terminlologies haha! biggrin.gif
I swear un-lidded is direct die?
de-lidded, is lid off, and lid back on

I know what you meant though just thought to clear it up for myself biggrin.gif

Right I'm quite hungry - going to cook some steak...at 11pm tongue.gif
post #3545 of 6063
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Deman, do you think it would be worth putting them in the op for the antec thread? As I'm not sure it would apply, however a glossary of terms like cfm...wouldn't sound like a bad idea!

Steak will cook once the onions are done biggrin.gif! Pic to follow hehe
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ermegerd put in some mushrooms too
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post #3547 of 6063
Akasa Apache Black coming, i hope they will be more silent with the same performance biggrin.gif
post #3548 of 6063
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I don't like mushrooms frown.gif!

Tdr, let us know how it goes, in the mean time try stressing your pc in order to give yourself a nice benchmark comparison smile.gif!
If you report good results, I might start a list of fans that are recommended in the op
post #3549 of 6063
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Akasa Apache Black coming, i hope they will be more silent with the same performance biggrin.gif

my apache blacks generally idle around 600-900 rpm at 32-33c liquid temp on a 4.2oc 8150 at 1.25v so there pretty good imo
post #3550 of 6063
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Not a single steak was given that day:

http://instagram.com/p/VpqrKSywTy/
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