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Pros: Much better than stock cooler
Light weight compared to heavy HSFs like the 212 evo
Cons: Not very good performance for the price
Included fan is loud
No screws included for second fan (really corsair, you guys are that cheap)
Chance for leakage
Other Thoughts: I'm not saying performance is bad. This kept my fx-6300 under 55c while gaming and right at 61c running prime95 at 4.5ghz.
I ran the h60 for a little over a year when the radiator developed a slow leak and really cause issues with temp spikes. I replaced it with the tried and true 212 evo and my temps are much lower. never gets over 59c @ 4.5ghz in p95. while gaming and light video encoding it stays around 54c.
Again i'm not saying this is a bad product, but in my case air cooling proved to be better than this AIO unit. I used/use both in push/pull with sp120 quiet editions. Could also be my 6 case fans just assist the 212 more, who knows. The h60 is better than stock, no question about that. some people report better temps with the h60, some people get better temps on air coolers costing less.
As far as my radiator leak goes that's just a gamble you take with water cooling, period, so i don't fault the company for that.
This review is from: ARCTIC COOLING Freezer 64 Pro 92mm Ceramic CPU Cooler
Pros: Cools very well for only having a 92mm fan
lots of copper
Other Thoughts: Got this back in 2011 used and it's still in use on a OCed phenom ii 1045t. Still keeps it nice and cool, under 58c full load (OCed to 3.2 ghz). As long as amd keeps the same bracket I will keep using this (the current freezer pro 7 fan fits on this perfectly, i have one of those too but it's not quite as good)READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: A lot of space.
Tool-less drive bays.
6 fan mounting locations.
Room for a lot of 3.5" HDDs
Can hold a fairly large video card.
Front USB 3
Plenty of room for cable management.
Cons: The 2 SSD mounting locations are in wonky spots. (behind motherboard on other side of the case and on the bottom near psu)
Only 140mm vent up top (with switched fan included) and not 220mm for a decent radiator.
Other Thoughts: I bought this case locally for $40. I initially had an issue with the power switch not working but Antec customer service sent me a replacement super fast at no charge.
This case keeps everything nice and cool with SP120s all around (5 of them total. 2 in front, 1 behind mobo, 1 side intake and 1 exhaust, keeping the included 140mm up top)
My system specs are;
FX-6300 @ 4.5ghz
8gb 1333 ddr3
Evo 212 SP120 push/pull
xlr8 gtx 760
xlr8 240gb ssd
x2 2tb black tb hdds
This case holds it all with ease and is near silent. Yes some things could be better on it but it's great for me at the price i paid for it. At suggested retail you can probably find a better one.