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Need a cooler that is good for getting the FX8350 to 5ghz.

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  1. Shawn221 said:
    Title says it all.


    diy watercooling included? if not then go with an h 100
  2. jaslion said:
    Shawn221 said:
    Title says it all.


    diy watercooling included? if not then go with an h 100


    Well it's not included. But the H100i is too noisy :P
  3. Best answer
    answered in ya other thread......

    Coolermaster Eisberg Prestige 240L (20dBA) ..... Coresair H100i (38dba)....32 times louder

    You can also use the Prestige as part of an open loop.....as shown here:



    otherwise for under 20 dba, the Phanteks rules
    http://www.vortez.net/articles_pages/phanteks_ph_tc14pe_cpu_cooler_review,14.html

    And its perty :) .... with color selections to match ya color scheme
  4. Shawn221 said:
    jaslion said:
    Shawn221 said:
    Title says it all.


    diy watercooling included? if not then go with an h 100


    Well it's not included. But the H100i is too noisy :P


    the swifttech h220 is also an good option. you can also just change the fans on the h100
  5. JackNaylorPE said:
    answered in ya other thread......

    Coolermaster Eisberg Prestige 240L (20dBA) ..... Coresair H100i (38dba)....32 times louder

    You can also use the Prestige as part of an open loop.....as shown here:



    Yeh I saw that, but I see tons of complaints about the pump noise on that thing. And I'm gonna stick with only the fans that comes with it. Not push-pull
  6. JackNaylorPE said:


    :fou: Stupid US patent systems... After seeing how loud the H100i gets with 60db, I'm ditching it.
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