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Well it still can be a "closed" system. Just make a valve or something to shut off the flow and it'll still be "sealed" in the tubes and the rad and everything and you can move it anywhere you please? De-attachable tubes would be a huge seller for sure! Nobody wants to mount their RAD inside the case! Believe me don't think the impossible cuz i know it CAN be done. Make it easier for us!
then you are better off with a custom loop. and their is a larger market who wants their rads inside the case rather than hanging it outside. maybe for a cleaner look and more compact.

regarding the tubes i know it can be done but they shouldn't. since i read somewhere that they cover the warranty of your system if leaks happened. so making detachable tubes will be suicide for them.
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There's no way to make detachable tubes that are also highly resistant to evaporation. The lifespan of these types of products is based almost entirely on how long the pump can run with certain amounts of fluid and the evaporation rates of the fluid.

If we were to add quick disconnects, we'd have to add a fillport and require filling periodically. Since these units are low flow and have low volumes of coolant (no reservoir) they really need to be nearly immune to evaporation. Right now our H60/H80/H100 are rated for 5 years of continuous operation - which is why they have the 5 year warranty. Quick disconnects would cause more evaporation as they can't be sealed as well.
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How much longer past the rated 5 years would one of these closed loop solutions realistically operate to? I'm curious seeing as a lot of cooling solutions nowadays have the ability to be transferred between different builds and sockets with a quick change of the backplate mounting system.

Would be nice to indefinitely use an H100 if the rate of evaporation is low enough.
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How much longer past the rated 5 years would one of these closed loop solutions realistically operate to? I'm curious seeing as a lot of cooling solutions nowadays have the ability to be transferred between different builds and sockets with a quick change of the backplate mounting system.

Would be nice to indefinitely use an H100 if the rate of evaporation is low enough.
5 years is a long time in the computer age. Just imagine what cooling salutions will probly be offered in the year 2016.. Like my sig rig was pretty sweet 5 years ago but now pffffft
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How much longer past the rated 5 years would one of these closed loop solutions realistically operate to? I'm curious seeing as a lot of cooling solutions nowadays have the ability to be transferred between different builds and sockets with a quick change of the backplate mounting system.

Would be nice to indefinitely use an H100 if the rate of evaporation is low enough.
Depends on a lot of factors - ambient temp, humidity, etc.

Hard to say. 5 years is guaranteed under typical conditions - but if you live in a relatively cool and humid place, it could last quite a bit longer.
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Does this mean delays on the 'end of June' (for retail) timeline first provided?
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Nope. But we're going to be sending review units out in a week or two, and it takes review sites a few weeks, usually, to do reviews since they have a lot of stuff already on the plate. So it should show up a Newegg around the end of the month.

Redbeard over @ [H]ard made a comment in the 650D thread today saying:
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H100s should start leaving China this week and will be in stores within 3-4 weeks.
Delays after all? Can you give any other information, George?
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Redbeard Official Corsair Rep., 5.6 Years

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The H80s are shipping already, H100 was slightly delayed.

H80 reviews should start popping up in a couple of weeks, should see it at stores around the end of next week in the US.
Aww man........ Guess I'm stuck with the generic Intel fan, as I just sold my H50 on eBay for $50.
Edited by leighteam - 6/20/11 at 5:36pm
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Redbeard over @ [H]ard made a comment in the 650D thread today saying:


Delays after all? Can you give any other information, George?
We had a bit of a delay in obtaining some paperwork that showed the units passed the certifications and quality control processes.
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delete this post. I found the case I was lookin for. 650D 800D
Edited by MAXAMOUS - 6/21/11 at 2:02am
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This or d-14?

Will wait for benchies
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