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post #1232 of 2347
Hi guys. Can't decide.
Which one is better a
Newegg Refurbished Corsair H60- $54
or
the Cooler Master V6 GT- $44

Sorry cannot decide as I only got 60 bucks to spend.
Thanks again!
post #1233 of 2347
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Originally Posted by NASzi View Post

Just got all of my stuff transferred, took about 4 hours total



I stealthed the NZXT Hue fan controller, I plan on getting a USB DVD drive soon since I'm not putting one in this case.

quick question dude... what's the point of having a water cooled system if the cooling loop doesn't include your GPU's?
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post #1234 of 2347
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Originally Posted by kendz4494 View Post

Hi guys. Can't decide.
Which one is better a
Newegg Refurbished Corsair H60- $54
or
the Cooler Master V6 GT- $44
Sorry cannot decide as I only got 60 bucks to spend.
Thanks again!

Those 2 coolers are about the same performance, but maybe leaning on the H60...Depends on what you want. I personally love my H60.
     
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Just did a build in this case last night for my brother, and last night we ordered a hyper 212+ and 7950 so I will see how that goes. It is a great case and was easy to work with.

 
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post #1236 of 2347
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Those 2 coolers are about the same performance, but maybe leaning on the H60...Depends on what you want. I personally love my H60.

okay biggrin.gif
So you think the refurbished ones are good? It has good reviews on newegg.
And if you won't mind. Can you show me some of you're temps? Thanks.
post #1237 of 2347
Hi guys,

Recently got myself an enforcer, I'll get some pics up later. However I was just wondering, thinking of getting another mega flow for the top and also replacing the back 120mm exhaust. Anyone got any recommendations as to which 120 to use? Was thinking of one of the noctuas but not quite sure.
post #1238 of 2347
Hiya all smile.gif
New here, came across the forums while searching for mods etc for the case.
Here's a pic or two of my case/setup.

Setup at the moment, Getting 3 24in monitors hopefully on Friday due to a very healthy tax rebate smile.gif
post #1239 of 2347
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Originally Posted by scor81 View Post

quick question dude... what's the point of having a water cooled system if the cooling loop doesn't include your GPU's?

To cool my cpu. Did you really just ask this question?
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post #1240 of 2347
Hi, I need to choose a cooler for my cpu. I have an enforcer case so It's not the biggest case.

I would like a liquid prebuilt setup so these are my options:

H100

H80

H20 920

And this is what I've read about these systems.

1. H100 is too big for enforcer, so I will need to cut (?) some parts of my case if i want to install it inside the case and I will need to drig some holes for the screws. If I want to install it outside of the case, on the top, I will need to drig holes on the top of it for the tubes to come inside. Currently I havent seen any pictures of people using the holes on the rear of the case. I think , I'm not sure, maybe if I want to use those holes I would need to dissemble the tubes of the h100and then rebuild it. (I dont really know)

2. H80 has not the same performance as H100, but it is cheaper and easier to install on the rear inside the case.

3. H20 920 is also easy to install but it is too big, so I dont know how it would look already installer, also, I read 10 minutes ago about a guy who had a leak with his 920.


This is what I'm afraid of, the leaks. I'm not from USA so it wouldn't be easy for me to replace my parts or make use of a garranty. So I dont know what to do.


Again:

h100: + performance - price - size + quiet
h80: -+ performance + price + quiet
920: -+ performance + price + quiet
V6GT: -+ performance + price - noisy + no risk of leaks
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