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Old 12th Jun 2016, 00:19   #1
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240mm monsta vs thermochill 120.2

As title says which is better.

I have the pa120.2 now but can get the monsta for a good price.

My temps now 65c with a 4690k @4.7ghz with 1.281 volts.
50c with 290 @1000/1250 or 56c @1200/1600.

I was also thinking about getting rid of my 360, as not sure of the make and only 33mm thick and using the fans to bring cool in the case.

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The 240 Monsta is a beast of a rad, and it's 20mm thicker than the Thermochill 120.2.

If you have the room, give the Monsta a go.
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The 240 Monsta is a beast of a rad, and it's 20mm thicker than the Thermochill 120.2.

If you have the room, give the Monsta a go.

I got room but sure if i be able to run push/pull, do you think i would be able to get rid of that 360 and just keep the monsta and the 120mm.


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