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  • webmastir - Tuesday, June 07, 2011 - link

    Awesome...imagine the price to be a bit steep though Reply
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  • scook9 - Tuesday, June 07, 2011 - link

    Interesting, I may want to nab one of these to replace the crappy LCLC 240mm on my HTPC Reply
  • Will Robinson - Tuesday, June 07, 2011 - link

    These are a good bit of kit.
    I installed an H50 sealed loop CPU cooler about 15 months ago and so far it has worked "as advertised".
    My Core I7 at 3.8GHZ runs cool and the Corsair is quiet.Props to them for producing a decent cooling,dependable unit.
    H80 looks to be a worthy successor.
  • mlcloud - Tuesday, June 07, 2011 - link

    Wouldn't the air above and below the radiator get pretty stagnant in the 5.25" bays? I know there are often cases with fans pushing air through the 3.25" areas, but not always for the 5.25". I guess something like the Antec 900 series would. Either way, I guess it's still pretty difficult to jump into water cooling without planning or modding the case. Reply
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  • Hrel - Wednesday, June 08, 2011 - link

    All I want in a water cooler is ABSOLUTE silence. Do that for me and I don't care if it only cools as good as Intel Stock. Reply
  • Sunburn74 - Wednesday, June 08, 2011 - link

    When someone finally masters making a gpu version of these all in one cpu kits, I'll spring for one. Right now though, my tower cooler and a well chosen fan has been more than enough for any of the overclocked processors I've run in the past. Reply
  • jed22281 - Wednesday, June 08, 2011 - link

    Srsly get one of those & be done with it, instead of these sealed AIO loops.
    Almost as simple to install, a bit pricier, but waaaaaaay better performance!
    And easily tweakable/customisable going forward....
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  • GullLars - Wednesday, June 08, 2011 - link

    I feel there is no point in going for a closed water system with a smaller radiator than 240. A decent tower cooler is cheaper and cools about the same as a decent closed water system with a 120 radiator.

    If i could get a cheap closed loop water set with a 140 radiator without attached fan, i would consider it for my secondary systems.

    If Corsair H100 can beat my Noctua NH-D14 by a good margin without going to higher dB, i will consider it. What i really would like though would be slightly longer tubing to the radiator and have a 360 or 480 radiator outside my case, preferably 100-150cm and put it in my window to dump the thermals of an OC'd CPU outside. It's starting to be 25-28C room temperature during F@H now in the summer.

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