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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 #3971 of 6044
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Give her more voltage captain!!!
Yup upped the voltage one more nudge. Now 24 hours later of prime95 no errors no nothing and temps are at 71-73 degrees the whole time. Not bad I think I'll just keep it at 3.1Ghz, since my core is like an extra hot one. I mean everywhere I look ppl are getting much lower temps on air... I was hoping to get a stable 3.1-3.2 on 920 with reasonable temps and I gotta say I did smile.gif Now to test a game and see how far my temps shoot up there.
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Has anyone change the tubes on a 620 yet. Im curious as to how I would go about doing it, as I want to do red or white tubing to match my build.
   
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post #3973 of 6044
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Has anyone change the tubes on a 620 yet. Im curious as to how I would go about doing it, as I want to do red or white tubing to match my build.
Yes I believe someone has made their own loop using the 620 and H80 not so long ago. Try going thru the thread shouldn't be that far back. Or you can check out the images posted in this thread is should be there too.
post #3974 of 6044
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Yes I believe someone has made their own loop using the 620 and H80 not so long ago. Try going thru the thread shouldn't be that far back. Or you can check out the images posted in this thread is should be there too.
It was me. I have pictures in my build log.

There is a screw between the two barbs. Remove that screw and the barbs pull right out. Slice off the old hose and replace it with some 1/4" ID 3/8" OD hose. I used go cart fuel line.

You'll have to get the air out of your loop though once finished. I just used a reservoir. You'll also have to figure out which barb is supply and return. I can't recall off of the top of my head.
    
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It was me. I have pictures in my build log.

There is a screw between the two barbs. Remove that screw and the barbs pull right out. Slice off the old hose and replace it with some 1/4" ID 3/8" OD hose. I used go cart fuel line.

You'll have to get the air out of your loop though once finished. I just used a reservoir. You'll also have to figure out which barb is supply and return. I can't recall off of the top of my head.

I also have this gents posts linked in the OP -> mods section
post #3976 of 6044
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...You'll also have to figure out which barb is supply and return. I can't recall off of the top of my head.

I recall the outlet was hotter when bench marking. I don't have the 620s anymore so I can't just say.
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Hi,
Would it be possible to use the 620 with Fractal Design Core 1000? It is mATX with 1x120mm fan in the front and the 620 tubing length is 13.0" / 330 mm.
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