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post #21171 of 21175 (permalink) Old 06-09-2019, 04:55 AM
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I'm using my Glacer 240L on my 2700X. I just had to get the Swiftech AM4 bracket for it. I have one for my Swiftech H220 too. The coolers work fine and all I needed was the brackets to use them on the newer chips. I wish they still made these.
Yeah I figured theres some type adapter.

But really for what. My 2600X will hit 4.2ghz with 1.375v closer to 1.4v but currently 4.1ghz 1.3v

Attaching h320 just to gain 100mhz and whole 0.1v extra is not worth it.

However it was a great AIO it will be missed

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Still rocking my H220 (with a MCP50X pump). Obviously a little modded but still love this cooler.
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Still rocking my H220 (with a MCP50X pump). Obviously a little modded but still love this cooler.

Love the way it looks. Nice job.

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post #21175 of 21175 (permalink) Old 08-21-2019, 06:47 PM
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Apogee SKF-LT block seems like it might do better than other blocks that have in- and out-let at the center of the block.
Microchannels orientation could be a big factor with two CCDs (as in 3900X and 3950X).
Much bigger temperature spikes from my R5 1600 to R5 3600 using my H240-X.
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