Wednesday, December 5th 2012

Antec Intros Kuhler H2O Series 4 CPU Coolers

Antec introduced V4 series design updates for its Kuhler H2O 620 and H2O 920 closed-loop CPU coolers. The new coolers are outfitted with a higher-pressure pump, and split-flow copper fin design in the radiators. The company claims the two innovations work to drop temperatures down a further 2-4°C, over temperatures previous versions achieve. Lastly, the coolers are labeled with guaranteed support for current and upcoming CPU socket types, including LGA2011, LGA115x, LGA775, FM2/FM1, and AM3+/AM3/AM2+. Prices remain unchanged.
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10 Comments on Antec Intros Kuhler H2O Series 4 CPU Coolers

#1
RCoon
Gaming Moderator
Funny, my H80 looks just like that, only the fans are terribly loud and the piping is more rigid. I suppose this would look more like a H80i now?
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#2
SeventhReign
Do yourself a favor. Buy an XSPC Raystorm kit instead. You'll thank me when you do.
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#3
sneekypeet
Unpaid Babysitter
by: SeventhReign
Do yourself a favor. Buy an XSPC Raystorm kit instead. You'll thank me when you do.
When do the thanks come, when it leaks or when I realize I just spent more money to get the same performance?
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#4
Sp33d Junki3
by: SeventhReign
Do yourself a favor. Buy an XSPC Raystorm kit instead. You'll thank me when you do.
Not everyone has the room or the money to spend on a full watercooling. This is just a simple alternative to air cooling.
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#6
KissSh0t
I have the 620, Extremely happy with it.. let's me overclock my Phenom 955 to 3.8 no sweat, and this is during Australian summer, so yeah, it is quite effective.
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#7
Daisho
by: btarunr
The new coolers are outfitted with a higher-pressure pump, and split-flow copper fin design in the radiators
Does this mean the entire loop is all copper now, or is the radiator still using aluminum tubes?
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#8
phanbuey
by: sneekypeet
When do the thanks come, when it leaks or when I realize I just spent more money to get the same performance?
:roll: so true.
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#9
Covert_Death
by: sneekypeet
When do the thanks come, when it leaks or when I realize I just spent more money to get the same performance?
uhhhhhhhhh?????

A, if your custom loop leaks you did it wrong, it's pretty hard to mess up honestly. secondly the raystorm is a DAMN fine block that will outperform a closed loop hands down by many degrees C
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#10
douglatins
I want one for my gpu, i have he dwood bracket waiting
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