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  • 49% (53)
    Corsair H60
  • 50% (54)
    Antec Kühler 620
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post #21 of 89
TC, mind you telling the usage of the radiator from Antec. I heard you gotta use their fans. Details atm.
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post #22 of 89
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Originally Posted by nagle3092 View Post
No they are not both made by the same company. Coolit makes the H60 and Asetek makes the H50, H70 and 620 and 920.
Awwww schnap!!!!! U are correct sir. I stand corrected and feel foolish =[
post #23 of 89
Ive had both the H50 and 620, there was NO difference at all in the performance. I think the 620 looked better in situ than the H50, the rubber tubes were better than thoose stiff H50 0nes, the blue bits the Antec block screwed in to for AMD's looked nice too, and its much lower than H50. As for H60 if its any better performing than an H50 go for that.

I have just done the H50 mod putting clear tubes on and a small swiftec res, that's dropped temps by 2c, lapping my CPU and H50 plate did nothing at all for temps.

PS I kept the H50 to mod over the 620 as that was newer and put that in a 555 build I just did for thr GF...
Edited by moonmanas - 4/22/11 at 8:34pm
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post #24 of 89
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Started with the H60 tonight and im pretty disappointed to say the least...so far.

E8500 @ 4GHz
Mugen 2 w/Stock Single fan - 57c and 51c @ LOAD
H60 w/Stock TIM & Single Fan - 88c and 78c @ LOAD

Both Coolers Idle @ 39c for each core.

Going to change the stock TIM for some AS5 and swap out the stock fan for a Push/Pull setup. I cant see it closing the gap that much but we will see.
Edited by iamtwan - 4/23/11 at 1:07am
    
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post #25 of 89
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Originally Posted by iamtwan View Post
Started with the H60 tonight and im pretty disappointed to say the least...so far.

E8500 @ 4GHz
Mugen 2 w/Stock Single fan - 57c and 51c @ LOAD
H60 w/Stock TIM & Single Fan - 88c and 78c @ LOAD

Both Idle @ 39c for each core.

Going to change the stock TIM for some AS5 and swap out the stock fan for a Push/Pull setup. I cant see it closing the gap that much but we will see.
Add a second fan and make sure it's set properly. The stock thermal paste is shin-etsu. Some of the best paste there is. And remember as5 has like a 200 hr cure time.
post #26 of 89
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Add a second fan and make sure it's set properly. The stock thermal paste is shin-etsu. Some of the best paste there is. And remember as5 has like a 200 hr cure time.
I know what the problem is. Bracket wont keep tight enough against the mobo. There is a small gap large enough to prevent the CPU and Heatsink from making solid contact tried to tighten it without breaking my mobo but its no use.
Edited by iamtwan - 4/23/11 at 2:09am
    
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post #27 of 89
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I know what the problem is. Bracket wont keep tight enough against the mobo. There is a small gap large enough to prevent the CPU and Heatsink from making solid contact tried to tighten it without breaking my mobo but its no use.
Weird. Smaller screws maybe? My h50 seats amazingly well. I dint like the idea of the twist on bracket but couldn't be happier with it!
post #28 of 89
Weird can you post a picture of the back of your motherboard and the backplate? The H60 installed much more easily than the H50 IMO at least on my socket 1555 board. The only thing that was a bit fiddily was putting the screws into the fan and res without the fan or res falling before I could tighten the screws.
     
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post #29 of 89
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The reason I knew was because when I took the block off the 3/4 of the top side of the TIM hadnt even touched the CPU. I should have snapped some pics last night but it was pretty late and I was already irritated so I just tried to troubleshoot it to see if it was my error in the mounting process.

Its a little hard to explain without you actually being able to see it but since the H60 is Coolit it doesnt use the twist brackets. I tried to reapply the block fastening the thumb screws as tight as I possibly could but only had the same result.
    
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post #30 of 89
H60 =)
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