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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 #3561 of 6063
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Originally Posted by Maximization View Post

looks like they are using the same technology like the Kulher,

I am really tempted, But what would i use all that graphical power for?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814121717

But think of the power i would control to decimate opponents!!!!

Over-priced card IMO
but LAWL biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by WarDad View Post

True... but don't let my vegetarian girl friend catch me.

hahaha
post #3562 of 6063
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Originally Posted by justanoldman View Post

Your max core temp is 89c? That is definitely too hot for 4.5 and 1.25v and 18.3c room temp. Have you tried reinstalling it with some good TIM? The 920 should perform reasonably close to my cooler and I have slow fans running on mine. I would be below 80c under those conditions.

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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

Yeah mine ran at 92c lidded (lol) at 1.27 @ 4.5 gigaaaahertz

So it is too hot even though this was only peak temp it achieved at one point? Typically I have been looking at this throughout the day:



I'll reseat the waterblock tomorrow in case I mounted it a bit slanted. Also gonna put the stock Antec Fans on there just to see if that does anything to lower temps. They might be loud but I'm guessing they're at least optimized for the radiator. I should prolly also mount my 212+ just see what my mileage is and get a better idea of my temp range. Unfortunately in my case that means completely removing the motherboard sadsmiley.gif
Edited by 8bitG33k - 2/12/13 at 11:56pm
post #3563 of 6063
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Originally Posted by Totally Dubbed View Post

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.
Actually I never apologised for any such thing.
I have the PM's right here Dubbed.

And the fact that you bring things (and apparently imagined things) shared in private messages into this thread shows just what a sad sad person you really are.

So yeah, please do de-lid your CPU then complain of the Antec unit (which has a solid stop by the way, not spring loaded like the stock Intel heatsink) getting "bad" temps and then RMA'ing it.
Which will do nothing but cost consumers money at the expense of your failure to understand logic and basic mechanics.

Is it time to fetch the mods on me again Dubbed?
Is my stating facts hurting your little feelings again?
post #3564 of 6063
Even if anyone here missed something and made a mistake, you can't attack people like that. Unless you have something constructive to contribute, don't post. The way you are conducting yourself reflects far more negatively on you, than a potential error on Totally Dubbed's part.
Edited by 8bitG33k - 2/13/13 at 8:38am
post #3565 of 6063
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Originally Posted by plywood99 View Post

Is it time to fetch the mods on me again Dubbed?
Is my stating facts hurting your little feelings again?

The fact is you're disrespectful - and of course, this community is supposed to be a friendly non-aggressive community. If the mods needs to whittle down through your posts to see that you aren't compiling to the TOS or rules - then sure I'll "fetch them" again.
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Originally Posted by 8bitG33k View Post

Even if anyone here missed something and made a mistake, you can't attack people like that. Unless you have something constructive to contribute, don't post. The way you are conducting yourself reflects far more negatively on you, than a potential error on Totally Dubbed's part.

Amen to that.
8bit I'll let you know my results when i get the RMA'ed antec back smile.gif!

In other news:
RMA set up with Scan
post #3566 of 6063
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Originally Posted by 8bitG33k View Post


So it is too hot even though this was only peak temp it achieved at one point? Typically I have been looking at this throughout the day:
"only peak temp"
The maximum temp of your hottest core is the thing you need to be concerned about. Your room is so cold that you should be under 80c with your setup in my opinion. My wife would never let me set the heater as low as 65F.rolleyes.gif

Take pictures of the TIM fingerprint on your cooler and on your IHS when you take it off. You may have to try a few times with applying just the right amount of TIM to get the best results. Keep track of your temps with each attempt, and take pictures so you can better figure out what works best.

Every time people post in forums I see different opinions about TIM - too much, too little, line method, one drop method, tightened the cooler too lose, to tight, or not level, etc. Since I think we are all building our own computers here, taking the time to test out TIM and cooler placement is more than worthwhile. Once you figure out what works best you don't have to worry about it again.
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post #3567 of 6063
ANTEC OR DEATH!!!!!

thats a joke of course i would much rather have my antec then death
Edited by Maximization - 2/13/13 at 7:09am
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Absolutely agree with just an old man.
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I did the even spread with credit card on my opteron 185 back in 2004 with artic silver. It still works fine with mild overclock @ 2.8 ghz. It only matters when it goops around the sockets and seeps down into the contact plane causing shorts and stuff.
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post #3570 of 6063
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I would do the spread method personally. As I did that on my old e6500, and the way it spread out was too much and not well done (maybe that's just me being a noob lol)
Pea sized was almost nothing left.
However, mini line method seems to work best for me and is even recommended by arctic
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