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Just got 2 H60s for my friends and i am not impressed. In one system the AMD mounting system broke off in day 1, second one pump ticks like hell and sometimes does not start and all this in day 2.
Maybe you had bad luck.
   
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post #62 of 432
This only justifies a RASA kit even more for me.
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post #63 of 432
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Maybe you had bad luck.
I like to believe that luck should not be a factor and Corsair got its rep form H50 and H70 which proved them selfs. H60 is not yet proven.
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post #64 of 432
Once leak tested, there is no reason to worry about anything.. I couldn't pull the tubing off my barbs even if I wanted to - I'd have to intentionally create a leak for it to happen. Unless my water starts looking weird, or temps start to soar for some reason, then I don't see any reason for maintenance outside of maybe changing tubing.. It isn't like sealed loops have an infinite life span either - nothing lasts forever.

Also, even if they did start making these for GPU's, you'd still end up with the mobility issue.. You'd have to find a way to mount the rads for both your sealed CPU loop and GPU loop, and you'd still likely get far less performance than a custom loop.

Putting together a custom loop is less difficult than putting together a PC, and if the prices on these things ends up at the $120 mark, then there's really no reason to get them since that's around the entry level of actual water cooling.
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post #65 of 432
Excellent. Is there a release date or anything? This is on my list with my Bulldozer upgrade with the Crossfire V board.
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post #66 of 432
hmm lets see how the H100 compares to my Asetek dual rad, which kicks ass.
it will prolly beat mine so im interested!
    
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post #67 of 432
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This only justifies a RASA kit even more for me.
I agree. You get what you pay for. I have seen the H50 do well, but lately I hear things about the pump and heater blocks. Makes me want a custom water loop evenmore. I wouldn't go RASA because I want to play with my pump.
post #68 of 432
My guess is that these won't have a big difference from the H50~H70.
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post #69 of 432
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Yeah, let's see XSPC or whoever replace your system when your Rasa kit springs a leak.

P.S. Do we really need to know that your message was sent from your DROIDX?
So basically you're bashing the entire water cooling community? Good one. There's probably one or two people on this entire forum that have had a leak spring from *correctly * set up wc loop. And Im not bashing corsair, I have an h50 myself.

Sorry, it does that automatically. Next time make a helpful post instead of bashing for no reason.

Back on topic... I'm pumped to see some numbers come out from these units. Also, I heard someone mention something about the rumored h90 is a bridge between 240 and 120 radiators. Anyone heard anything about this? Can't seem to find anything on google
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I'm liking the H100....
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