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Originally Posted by michael-ocn
But if kraken pump is powerful enough for the small loop (which it is) and the 280 rad is generous in size and good at dumping heat (which it is), then it can give the h220 a run for its money at single cpu cooling. The expandability and comparable performace at smaller rad size at lower noise is how the h220 looks better to me. The asetek products aren't bad at what they do, but don't expect it to cool a cpu and 2x gpus on a loop with 3 rads. My aseteks still going strong at 2 yrs and 10 months of pretty much daily use.
Absolutely inadequate to handle high overclocks on the AMD 8350 cpu. Swiftech H220 and H320 blow Kraken 60 out of the water . nothing more to be said on this issue .
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