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Corsair Hydro Series H80i v2 High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler £74.99 @ Amazon

£74.99 @ Amazon
Solid little AIO Liquid CPU cooler. I'm currently using one with a couple of Noctua fans for my 4670k, I've been considering another one with a GPU adapter for my graphics card. Stock fans in th… Read More
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10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
Solid little AIO Liquid CPU cooler.

I'm currently using one with a couple of Noctua fans for my 4670k, I've been considering another one with a GPU adapter for my graphics card.

Stock fans in the box can be a little noisy if you've got a very hot CPU.

(Also the same price at Maplin currently)
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Heat added. What temps do you get on your 4670k using this H80i v2?
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hitman007
Heat added. What temps do you get on your 4670k using this H80i v2?

About 70 degrees under full load at 4Ghz.
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ollie87
hitman007
Heat added. What temps do you get on your 4670k using this H80i v2?
About 70 degrees under full load at 4Ghz.


Hum... I get lower temps with a Scythe [email protected] Ghz... same processor.
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JohnTheBarbarian
ollie87
hitman007
Heat added. What temps do you get on your 4670k using this H80i v2?
About 70 degrees under full load at 4Ghz.


Hum... I get lower temps with a Scythe [email protected] Ghz... same processor.

Mine is a mITX system though.

Also AIO watercoolers are better for mATX/mITX system since they move the hot air straight out of the case instead of circulating it around the rest of your system.

Edited By: ollie87 on Aug 08, 2016 08:26: More detail

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