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As Inexpensive as It Can Get - 2: CoolIT ECO A.L.C. Liquid Cooling System Review
Maybe next time you can include some other cheap Watercooling solutions, just 4 better comparison. I would send over my good old "CoolRiver Deluxe Watercooling Kit", if i didn't break it accidentially... (here is a review btw: http://www.octools.com/in...ver/deluxe/coolriver.html )
Nowadays I go with efficient aircooling again:
I recently bought the "Scythe Mugen Rev. B PCGH Edition" and want to know how it would behave against this solution, but of course you cannot take every cooling solution out there for comparison. So I ask the users if anyone has an Idea or experience in that point.
I have already asked the editors to include some sort of selectable way to compare coolers. xbitlabs does a lot and really good cooler reviews and it is a shame you can not compare any two (or even more) coolers at a glance. Please fellows!
What did you mean with the retention kit?
Yeah I am also looking forward for the bigger table for comparison :-)
Keep up the good work!
As always: sorry for my bad English^^.
Yours is compatible with socket 1156. I have the original Mugen 2 (the one that xbitlabs tested) that did not have retention mechanism for that socket. BTW the kit is available for sell for like 5 bucks.
I disagree. Megahalem is 50% more expensive and you get very little improvement - maybe couple degrees. However, due to the design of M2 u can get 99% of its potential with low airflow. You can get the most out of it with two fans @ 1000rpm, which would be near silent.
Sorry folk's; but if you want to get your feet wet (figuratively speaking), then you're better off with real water cooling. for example, the XSPC RASA 750-RS240
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