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Poll Results: Which Antec cooler do you own?

 
  • 54% (153)
    Antec Kühler H2O 620
  • 45% (130)
    Antec Kühler H2O 920
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post #91 of 6068
Got my replacement 620 today because of a faulty pump and the new one works like a dream. I hadn't noticed until I put in the new one, but the fan with my original cooler ran much faster (louder) for some reason.

All is well now. Gotta love Antec!
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post #92 of 6068
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Originally Posted by phrossbyte;13194456 
Got my replacement 620 today because of a faulty pump and the new one works like a dream. I hadn't noticed until I put in the new one, but the fan with my original cooler ran much faster (louder) for some reason.

All is well now. Gotta love Antec!

Antec is sending me a replacement fan for the exact same reason. Their customer support is just amazing. Good to hear your cooler is working up to standards.

Edit: I wonder if that's a problem with the thermal sensor in my pump.... Oi.
Edited by jivenjune - 4/19/11 at 5:32pm
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post #93 of 6068
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Originally Posted by jak3z;13192541 
I needed you 1 week ago frown.gif

The screws needed to mount another fan are 30mm long. And for 38mm fans, 40mm should do it, but might want to buy 45mm ones and cut them to 43mm.
The thread is 6-32.

6-32 x1 1/4

maybe 6-32x1 1/2 for bigger fans. just use extra washers and/or nuts to compensate instead of cutting it. too much work lol
Edited by manooti - 4/19/11 at 8:17pm
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post #94 of 6068
Cutting takes 5 seconds with a dremel lol

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post #95 of 6068
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Cutting takes 5 seconds with a dremel lol

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Are you nuts? Thats way too much time taken away from a 24 hour period!!! I have games to play!
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post #96 of 6068
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Originally Posted by phrossbyte;13194456 
Got my replacement 620 today because of a faulty pump and the new one works like a dream. I hadn't noticed until I put in the new one, but the fan with my original cooler ran much faster (louder) for some reason.

All is well now. Gotta love Antec!

How did you receive the new one? Did you run the stock Intel cooler all this time?
post #97 of 6068
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Originally Posted by TheBlademaster01;13206223 
How did you receive the new one? Did you run the stock Intel cooler all this time?

I got in touch with Antec support and asked for their help. They gave me advice on things to try and even contacted Asetek for some advice. In the end they determined the pump must be faulty and sent a new one and asked that I return the damaged one to them once I receive the new one.

Since the pump was making an annoying constant noise but still operating I used it until the new one came.

The new one only makes a slight hum noise. So nice!
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post #98 of 6068
Booh, I finally got my replacement for the stock Antec fan.

However, the replacement arrived defective. It wouldn't spin. I let it sit in the header for a minute, and it began to overheat at a rapid speed.

Unplugged it and began to fiddle around with it to see if something was obstructing the bearing. I peeled the sticker where you can usually stick some grease in, but there was a hard shell covering the thing. Upon closer inspection, I noticed I could just pull the whole fan off.

Didn't realize it was one of those kinds of fans, so I thought that was kinda cool. I'll probably get another replacement from them pretty soon.
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post #99 of 6068
I have just recently aquired the 620 and hope to install it soon with pictures and of video! Try to make a comparision between my existing air cooler and the H 620 cooler!
post #100 of 6068
Hey guys, just got my 620 in the mail yesterday, LOVE it. So I have a NZXT Hades for my case, and if you haven't heard, it doesn't support the h50/h70/620/920 because of a large 200mm fan on the side. That didn't stop me. I put the radiator and fan in the 5.25 bays, zip tied and "floating", and have it running exhaust through the front mesh. Compared to results I've seen, it looks like I'm only losing 1 degree C! I've now ordered two Enermax Magma 120mm fans to run push pull configuration through the front.
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