Published on 21st July 2011 by
Originally Posted by NecrowNice review but why not test it against the Corsair Hydro Series (H50 to H80)?
Originally Posted by Chicken76I would like to know what are your opinions about the supplied fans. Are they efficient, noisy, cheapish-feeling compared to fans usually used in water cooling, such as the Gentle Typhoons?
Originally Posted by greypilgersIs the Kuhler 620 the same as the 920 but with just the one fan? If so, would it be better to buy that, and buy two Gentle Typhoons to use (and so save £30odd quid)
Originally Posted by tonyd223the noise and static pressure - that's interesting to me. Wouldn't the cooler be more efficient if the fan sandwiched between the radiator and the case wall has a tunnel of about 2cm between the rad and the fan? That way the pressure wave from the fan blades are distanced from the radiator vanes, reducing pressure and noise?
I know it would create a much bigger cooler, just wondering really...
Originally Posted by xaser04Where are the AM3 results? I see graphs for LGA1336 & LGA1155 but not AM3?
Originally Posted by EdwardsNice review. I can see the advantages of these closed loop system, but for the price that they are still I'm more than happy with my Frio.
As this isn't a conventional cooler though, I'm surprised you didn't put it against the corsair h50/70 on the temperature charts as they are of the same type, and anyone looking to buy a closed loop cpu cooler would want to compare them directly, as well as against 'standard' coolers.
Also, you quoted the price on the first page as £80, but in the conclusion have stated it is £90.
Originally Posted by pizzanbeerI would like to see a self contain liquid cooling set up for gpu.That what makes the most noise in my system.
Originally Posted by KaihekoaPeople still use AMD?
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