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H55, H60 or H80i for slight overclocking???

Will a H55 or a H60 corsair be fine for some good overclocking on a 2500k?

Say about 4ghz >...
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  1. Slight OCing, you say? Id just go with a COOLER MASTER Hyper 212 EVO tbh.

    Heres a quote from another reputable forum site.
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    XacTactX 2[H]4U, 2.4 Years

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    Conclusion: closed loop water cooling is overrated. The H60 costs twice as much as the Thermalright and the Arctic and it gets stomped by both. I'd save my money and stick to air until they get better.
  2. The only reason to go with a low end clc is space limitations. Otherwise coolers like the evo are cooler, quieter, and cheaper.
  3. k1114 said:
    The only reason to go with a low end clc is space limitations. Otherwise coolers like the evo are cooler, quieter, and cheaper.


    If you look at his specs, he already has a V6....I think he just wants to get into liquid cooling...am i right McDuncun?
  4. You can't call a clc "getting into liquid cooling." There is no setup, no maintenance, you put it in as a simple as an air cooler. If you really have a v6, that should still get you to 4.5.
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    The V6 will be better than everything except for the H80i. It's better than the 212 EVO and will let you get to 4.5ghz.

    Either go high end air, or go custom water cooling!
  6. k1114 said:
    You can't call a clc "getting into liquid cooling." There is no setup, no maintenance, you put it in as a simple as an air cooler. If you really have a v6, that should still get you to 4.5.


    I know that! lol All i meant was it looks like he wants to go with something different, i think.
  7. Pretty much yeah... Like the whole liquid cooling thing but want something that will be able to handle some overclocking when I one day get another 660... The cpu will need some ocing in that config... So I guess a H55 and 60 is out of the question...
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