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    Default Antec KÜHLER 620

    Antec just released a new watercooling kit, a worthy opponent of Corsair's H70 and H50.












    Dealing with Jalapeno's full power (345.1W)


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    I like seeing graphs per Watts dissipated makes for easier planning with one's own system

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    Isn't it exactly the same rad as in H50?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rafal_iB_PL View Post
    Isn't it exactly the same rad as in H50?
    There aren't many ways to make a cooler like this look significantly different. Methinks. The H50 and H70 look quite alike as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rafal_iB_PL View Post
    Isn't it exactly the same rad as in H50?
    It's an Asetek Gen3 cold plate for the LCLC Solution; (H70 is Gen2) and the slim Radiator from Asetek.

    H50 & H70 are made by Asetek.
    EDIT: If anyone is wondering, the H60 is made by CoolIT and is based on a redesigned ECO ALC
    Last edited by Tator Tot; 02-21-2011 at 11:18 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
    It's an Asetek Gen3 cold plate for the LCLC Solution; (H70 is Gen2) and the slim Radiator from Asetek.

    H50 & H70 are made by Asetek.
    Exactly.

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    Take a look also here

    http://www.asetek.com/blog/204-quest...uary-2011.html

    it gives the three main differences of Kuhler compared to H50, H70

    For anyone that will buy Kuhler to use it on a high overclocked i7 or similar Wattage processor I highly recommend to install a second fan (using a Y cable to connect both fans to Kuhler's fan controller). Temperatures will drop significantly and the life of the water pump will be extended too

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    Does Antec list what the max current it's controller can handle?

    You used a Xigmatek fan for the second one; it's only ~0.32A IIRC. So the controller didn't even have 1A running through it.

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    no Antec does not reveal many details about Kuhler. In fact there is lots of secrecy around it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crmaris View Post
    no Antec does not reveal many details about Kuhler. In fact there is lots of secrecy around it.
    I'm sure they would share that much with you.

    Asking never hurts.

    I wouldn't say their is secrecy around it though; they're open about the OEM of the cooler and details about it (like using the Gen3 plate, though that's half marketing to steal away Corsair fanboys as well.)

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