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post #5771 of 21178 (permalink) Old 08-12-2013, 10:03 PM
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Yes. I had the kraken at one point. I would consider it to be one of the noisiest coolers out. Even at slower rpm the stock nzxt fans are horrible.

Stock swiftech fans are pretty good. They have a low drone at full speed... Nothing like the noise of the kraken.

Based on reviews, the X60 seems to perform better than the H220 even silent mode which has an ok noise for me since I am running an AC anyway, I am more concerned though about the performance, I am wondering if used with a GT-AP15, can it beat the X60?

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ummmm no
the x60 is another aio made by 1 of 2 oems... very weak pumps.... very very poor performer...

if you only care about performance... go with full custom loop.... if you want a nice middle go h220 if you want anything else phanteks, noctura...

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regarding the issue i have with the pump not starting up when tower is left off about 45 min, if air is the issue could changing loop order fix it, or perhaps letting the loop run at full speed all the time?

recap so dont have to go through all prior posts, works fine on reboot, and if left running never have issue. however if shutdown for about 45min pump does come back up. am using pwm splitter, tried using another swiftech splitter, and direct from mobo/and alt mobo. swapped psus. see issue outside of case as well.

the loop goes h220 rad then h220 pump, then ek-7970 lightning wb - then MCR12-QP - then MCRES micro Rev2 Reservoir - back to h220 radiator. the h220 rad is in the top of my 550d. the mcr12-qp is on the bottom 120/140 slot with reservoir above the hdd, below the optical bay where another hdd tray would be.pump is powered of swiftech splitter pic below of setup



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ummmm no
the x60 is another aio made by 1 of 2 oems... very weak pumps.... very very poor performer...

if you only care about performance... go with full custom loop.... if you want a nice middle go h220 if you want anything else phanteks, noctura...

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.

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My pump has begun to make extra noise. It isn't a ticking like I have seen others state more of a whirling Noise. I have it set to silent with the asus AI suite II. It only started yesterday. could this be air? Any help would be appreciated.
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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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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 .

If thats the case why do reviews say otherwise?

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If thats the case why do reviews say otherwise?
Because some reviewers are not scientific in how they test the units and are even amateurish in installing the units. When you test different units the machines must be identical. The application of tim must be identical. The ambient temperature must be measured accurately and must be identical. Linus and Martins liguid coolong lab are the among the best of the reviewers and they found the Swiftech to be shoulders above the kraken 60 and even H100i and H110i.

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If thats the case why do reviews say otherwise?
Because some reviewers are not scientific in how they test the units and are even amateurish in installing the units. When you test different units the machines must be identical. The application of tim must be identical. The ambient temperature must be measured accurately and must be identical. Linus and Martins liguid coolong lab are the among the best of the reviewers and they found the Swiftech to be shoulders above the kraken 60 and even H100i and H110i.

I must dig up Linus's result then I vaguely remember his result, thanks for the heads up!

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I must dig up Linus's result then I vaguely remember his result, thanks for the heads up!

Even more authoritative and exhaustive than Linus is martinsliquidlab.org. I strongly recommend you visit that site. You will be impressed by the rigorous science behind his testing.
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