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GYMS PAC is a First from Taiwan Neoprene manufacturer known for being a design house of high-end neoprene bags and accessories in the industry for 25 years. It specializes in digital media and mobile computing accessories, bags and backpacks for the home, school and office. Inspired by clean and simply design, sharp lines, functional use, protection, comfort and very durable.
GYMS PAC products are selling in many museums and design centers like NY MoMA, SF MoMA and England Magma Book Stores etc. The company maintains the highest standard and quality of workmanship with its product line as well as its custom and private label orders.
Pros: I have an i7 920 and on my air cooler with an overclock from 2.67 GHz to 3.2 GHz, I was getting idle temps of 50 C and load temps of 95 C. Essentially it hit max temps and had to throttle back to protect the processor, not a good situation. When I switched to the H100i, it let me hit 4.0 GHz and I now idle at 35-40 C and under load reach 70 C tops. I was able to eek out 800 MHz more and keep my temps cooler than before when I had a OC 3.2 GHz.
Cons: It can get pretty loud under load with both fans going. The fans have some serious CFM though.
Other Thoughts: One of the best upgrades I could have done. I can use it for future upgrades too, such as my planned upgrade to the Ivy Bridge E when it comes out.
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“I have an i7 920 and on my air cooler with an overclock from 2.67 GHz to 3.2 GHz, I was getting idle temps of 50 C and load ...”— Samuel Aldrich 11/27/2012