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post #11 of 6086 (permalink) Old 04-14-2011, 10:58 PM
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Check out Asetek Stu's sig rig... he lists "Asetek Prototype" under GPU cooling. Sounds like an Omni ALC competitor.

And the old tubes were seriously corrugated like that on the inside? I thought that was just a cover over the tubes.

I guess these guys aren't loosing to air coolers so easily any more.

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post #12 of 6086 (permalink) Old 04-14-2011, 11:04 PM
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Im coming!!! Plan on becoming a member in about 6 5 4 3 days. Got it! Frys price matching Antecs website at 69.99!!!

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add me cuz im joining the frakking club ladies and gents

got a 620

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i know the image shows 2 antec fans but ive updated them with 2x akasa blue led fans @1450rpm just cba uplaoding the picture
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add me cuz im joining the frakking club ladies and gents

got a 620

http://img687.imageshack.us/img687/4126/photo0249g.jpg

i know the image shows 2 antec fans but ive updated them with 2x akasa blue led fans @1450rpm just cba uplaoding the picture

Very nice! and thanks for adding yourself to the list, now I know it works!

Look at that tubing! haha
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post #15 of 6086 (permalink) Old 04-15-2011, 10:32 AM
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Can I be a member? I sure do have a lot of these things haha
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I got the 620 with my new build. i5 sandy bridge, p67a ud3p board.

Temps aren't all they're cracked up to be. some people are getting better temperatures with the 212 cooler.

Also using IC Diamond 7 on this sucker. I'll post a pic..

The installation of this thing was a PITA. The radiator didnt fit on the rear exhaust so I had to place in above my hard drive cage. Then the copper plate itself has circular ridges which make it very very easy to mess up an install. Air pockets are not very cpu friendly.

The best way that I have found to put it on was put on TIM, evenly and carefully place pump/water block/ copper plate and twist a few times to fill in the ridges. IC Diamond 7 is a pain to work with as well because of its viscosity.

After a few days of plying around and reseating these are my temps with an OC of 4.4Ghz @ 1.32v ambient temps 20C


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Can I be a member? I sure do have a lot of these things haha

of course! haha its awesome to have you here, thanks for joining smile.gif

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Have we got any comparisons between this and the H50?

check out the revews and FAQ on the main page

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How long are the leads for this? I have just bought a micro-atx case, the Lian Li v354B.

I want to mount the unit in the front of the case, but need to know how long the leads are, I should be ok as it's a small case...

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