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    Default Antec Kuhler H2O 950 AIO CPU cooler

    In a market which is quickly becoming saturated with a great selection of All-In-One (AIO) water cooling systems, it is becoming increasingly difficult to distinguish yourself from the rest of the crowd. After all, there's only so much innovation to be had before you've exhausted all of the possibilities of the specific form factor that these products really have to take. Antec believes that there is some unexplored territory left in this realm and have answered the call to be different with the introduction of their new lineup of AIO CPU coolers. On hand today is the middle child of the bunch, the Kuhler H2O 950: Will it's unique design and feature set enable it to stand out in the crowd, or does it fall flat and just blend in with everything else? Read on to find out, but first here's a little bit about Antec:

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    great review there mike. Suprised to see it is within range of the beefier h100i.
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    Default Re: Antec Kuhler H2O 950 AIO CPU cooler

    Great review Mike thanks for posting however the aesthetics this cooler are not to my tastes

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    Default Re: Antec Kuhler H2O 950 AIO CPU cooler

    It's a fair review, but I feel as if you should have taken apart the coolers fans atleast, and show people there is a air flow piece or w/e its called thats made out of plastic that helps direct the air over the radiator. I know the 1250 has them and based off the same look and setup pretty much so would this one.

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    Default Re: Antec Kuhler H2O 950 AIO CPU cooler

    I really didn't see anything like that. All I saw was the frame of the fan that had an Antec-specific design to accommodate their unique pump location. I do know that we are also doing the review on the 1250 at some point in time, perhaps it will be addressed there? Apologies if it was missed.

    To be honest yeah, I was kind of surprised myself since there were actually a few things working against it from the word "go," but darnit if it isn't the cooler that could. My girlfriend is currently using it in her rig and since she doesn't really overclock much at all it gets to run as though it were equipped with SP120 Quiet Editions. Plus with all the green lighting in her case, the hub being pink creates a really cool looking contrast!
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    Default Re: Antec Kuhler H2O 950 AIO CPU cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by Mgutierrez33 View Post
    I really didn't see anything like that. All I saw was the frame of the fan that had an Antec-specific design to accommodate their unique pump location. I do know that we are also doing the review on the 1250 at some point in time, perhaps it will be addressed there? Apologies if it was missed.
    I could be wrong on this exact one, maybe they didn't include it, I just thought it would be there and not just on the 1250, so maybe you can rethink the review for not including this as it may have improved performance?

    Heres a link to someone who did the 1250 review, I stopped it right where they show it.
    Antec Kühler 1250 Benchmark & Review - Inside a Liquid Cooler / Tear-Down - YouTube

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    Default Re: Antec Kuhler H2O 950 AIO CPU cooler

    I still don't get it....you would spend more on this and deal with more noise than an NH-U12S because...........?

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    Default Re: Antec Kuhler H2O 950 AIO CPU cooler

    The more noise only comes with the extreme setting. Just like all the other AIOs. I don't hold that against them. You are the one that turned the fans up to 1600rpms! Lol the normal range for fans are 1200rpms. If it is loud at that range then it is a problem. Above that noise comes with the territory.

    Also I just spoke with Antec. They now have the special fans in stock to replace them.

    They said the fan can be replaced using a 6 pronged screw driver.

    So all and all it is on par with the rest of the aios.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forcefedflesh View Post
    I could be wrong on this exact one, maybe they didn't include it, I just thought it would be there and not just on the 1250, so maybe you can rethink the review for not including this as it may have improved performance?

    Heres a link to someone who did the 1250 review, I stopped it right where they show it.
    Antec Kühler 1250 Benchmark & Review - Inside a Liquid Cooler / Tear-Down - YouTube
    The version you are looking at is the V1 model of the cooler. Since then they have revised the cooler to allow for proper airflow characteristics without the need for that, plus the fans are now designed differently. That was mentioned in my review I think

    As for why anyone would deal with this over a Noctua cooler or any other kind of tower heatsink, it's all a matter of personal taste as always. You can't customize the color on a Noctua cooler out of the box, nor can you control fan speeds through the desktop environment without the use of software that could be potentially dangerous to your system or with fan speed controller. Different strokes and all that :-). I personally can't stand the look of most tower heatsinks, including Noctua, but I can certainly appreciate the performance value they bring to the table and wouldn't hesitate to recommend one to others. For me though, water cooling all the way, AIO or custom loop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    The more noise only comes with the extreme setting. Just like all the other AIOs. I don't hold that against them. You are the one that turned the fans up to 1600rpms! Lol the normal range for fans are 1200rpms. If it is loud at that range then it is a problem. Above that noise comes with the territory.

    Also I just spoke with Antec. They now have the special fans in stock to replace them.

    They said the fan can be replaced using a 6 pronged screw driver.

    So all and all it is on par with the rest of the aios.
    LOL. I couldn't think of a single reason, either.

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    Looks good ,i would get one of these for my new build

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    Nice review Mike. I dont like you cant change that fan and it's noisy.
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Well v1 or not I think the newer Versions as well should have kept the plastic piece if they don't include them as it could help with certain fans that either does the following.

    A: Directs airflow into center Example: Cougar Fans
    B: Blows all over the place but misses some spots here and there Example:Most low end stock fans (Lol) that comes with a case ect.

    Also to mention Air vs water...
    Air coolers even the best think of it like this... The whole thing heats up and is constantly in one place. Therefor it gets hotspots till it cools down or cools faster (fans blowing)
    To where water cooled AIO Systems ect. Constantly move that temperature away from the CPU because the liquid contacts the Copperplate and directs the heat away from it to therefor be released from the system, while yes it does keep the liquid warm, its also always moving the heat, instead of like a air cooler it has to wait till it gets to the fans/heat fins to get transfered off, And then also on top of that, the heat stays in the system longer because unlike AIO coolers that attach the fans directly to a exaust area with the rad as well.

    Of course some people like me prefer to use the rads as a Intake push/pull setup for better temps.

    Another good thing too is that during hot weather a Air cooler can perform worse then a AIO Cooler/Liquid Cooler. As the Ambient temp works it way up so does the processor, and it has a bigger effect on air coolers than AIO Coolers if I believe is correct.


    This is how I see it, as I know some things may be false, its my views on it and how I see it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forcefedflesh View Post
    Well v1 or not I think the newer Versions as well should have kept the plastic piece if they don't include them as it could help with certain fans that either does the following.

    A: Directs airflow into center Example: Cougar Fans
    B: Blows all over the place but misses some spots here and there Example:Most low end stock fans (Lol) that comes with a case ect.

    Also to mention Air vs water...
    Air coolers even the best think of it like this... The whole thing heats up and is constantly in one place. Therefor it gets hotspots till it cools down or cools faster (fans blowing)
    To where water cooled AIO Systems ect. Constantly move that temperature away from the CPU because the liquid contacts the Copperplate and directs the heat away from it to therefor be released from the system, while yes it does keep the liquid warm, its also always moving the heat, instead of like a air cooler it has to wait till it gets to the fans/heat fins to get transfered off, And then also on top of that, the heat stays in the system longer because unlike AIO coolers that attach the fans directly to a exaust area with the rad as well.

    Of course some people like me prefer to use the rads as a Intake push/pull setup for better temps.

    Another good thing too is that during hot weather a Air cooler can perform worse then a AIO Cooler/Liquid Cooler. As the Ambient temp works it way up so does the processor, and it has a bigger effect on air coolers than AIO Coolers if I believe is correct.


    This is how I see it, as I know some things may be false, its my views on it and how I see it.
    Heya, I got curious and just wanted to do a sanity check for myself and popped open the girlfriend's rig to see what I could see. Sure enough it's there, but it's integrated into the frame of the fan in the case of these new fans. I am thinking that the combination of that plate being separate, plus the odd design of the fan blades previously was why they changed them in this revision. I am not certain if this extends to the 1250 as well, but tomy knowledge it was across the entire lineup of their new coolers.

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    Default Re: Antec Kuhler H2O 950 AIO CPU cooler

    Nice review.. i like this AIO Kuhler specially that LED customization!

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