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In the rare case that I do end up winning a contest and get free memories... I'm going to spend the money that was going to get me new RAM to getting an H50, since whatever new RAM I may end up getting probably won't fit underneath my awesome Dark Knight. The only thing that bothers me is this:

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They look somewhat identical, and I can pricematch them down to about the same price. Is one better than the other?

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i wanna see where this goes....

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Unless the Coolit is SIGNIFICANTLY cheaper, I'd chose to go with the Corsair H50. They have an excellent warranty behind them and Corsair will make all wrongs right if the H50 happens to leak and ruin your system's components (This is very rare though, I only know of 2 instances of this happening).


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Got a review here: http://www.tweak.dk/review/Corsair_C...es_H50/995/5/1
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Got a review here: http://www.tweak.dk/review/Corsair_C...es_H50/995/5/1
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Here you go!

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Thx

Anyone notice the extreme low idle temperatur on the H50? 8 ****ing degress C


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Unless the Coolit is SIGNIFICANTLY cheaper, I'd chose to go with the Corsair H50. They have an excellent warranty behind them and Corsair will make all wrongs right if the H50 happens to leak and ruin your system's components (This is very rare though, I only know of 2 instances of this happening).
What he said, H50 ftw! Also, you should have asked this in the water cooling section

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should still multi source it still

i like the explanation about the warranty and quality. i am going to do some looking

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Corsair H50 outperforms and is $2 cheaper, so I'm going H50

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Corsair H50 outperforms and is $2 cheaper, so I'm going H50
Good choice.. But dont expect the H50 to perform as great as in the review...


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