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Antec Intros Kuhler H2O Series 4 CPU Coolers

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  1. btarunr

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    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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    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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    Do yourself a favor. Buy an XSPC Raystorm kit instead. You'll thank me when you do.
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    When do the thanks come, when it leaks or when I realize I just spent more money to get the same performance?
    Cold Storm says thanks.
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    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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    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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    Does this mean the entire loop is all copper now, or is the radiator still using aluminum tubes?
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    :roll: so true.
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    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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    I want one for my gpu, i have he dwood bracket waiting

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