Antec Dives into the World of Water Cooling with the Kuhler H20 620

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bautrey

exactly what i'm looking for my future amd build.  Glad it supports AMD 3+ sockets and its very affordable.

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JohnP

With my Sandy Bridge i7-2600K CPU and a ASUS P8P67 EVO mobo, I am getting 4.4GHZ completely stable using air cooling CoolerMaster Hyper 212 plus. 60 degrees C MAX during stability testing. I could probably get 5GHZ on air cooling alone. Sandy Bridge has really changed the playing field.

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mario_ramalho

I really like the idea of a self contained water cooling loop, less maintenance and time setting up and connecting everything. However, I have questions. I'm sure this device, like other similar ones, have a pump to circulate the liquid around. With black hoses and no way to see the fluid circulating, how will we know when (not if) the pump dies, before the CPU goes up in smoke? Further, with a warranty of 3 years, if it fails and results in CPU/Motherboard damage, does it cover those as well?

Other than those nagging queries in my mind, i wouldn't mind using one in my rig at all.

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Crum.Nathan

Love your articles guys but might want to consider a permanent position for an online editor or at least proof reader. I think you meant to say, "the company will offer mounting...", instead of, "the company will over mounting...". Great reporting and all but just saying There are 2-3 mistakes in every article like it was typed using an Iphone with word suggestions turned on.

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cpuking2010

"anyone takers?"

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Crum.Nathan

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Marsel

Jesus. Its "HEAT SINK", not "HEAT SYNC"

Also, who would buy this over, say, a corsair h50? Its the same thing.