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Originally Posted by junsunn;14080639 
haha.. Lucky you. wink.gif Keep us updated on the news.

yup will do
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You'll get it on sunday? Sure, good luck with it o.O BTW. Nice, I'm glad You're happy smile.gif

hehe, not sure if i will be happy after i tested it, but i'm pretty excited as of now, fingers crossed really rolleyes.gif
post #12 of 1192
$120? Id go one step further and buy XSPC rasa kit.
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$120? Id go one step further and buy XSPC rasa kit.

yeah, i'm aware of the rasa kits, but first off, i can't get it from where i live right now, and shipping cost of water kits cost a bomb as they are heavy. secondly, i don't like the fact that my graphics card is in between the 5.25'' drive bays and the cpu, which means the hoses will have to go across my graphics. i think it won't help with temps and it complicates things when i want to do something with my graphics. not to mention i have no plans to water cool my graphics at all.

but yeah, i am fully aware that the rasa kits are very good temp wise, still, i'm keeping optimistic about the h80 until results tells me differently ... rolleyes.gif
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Where did you find an H80? I was under the impression they weren't going to be available until August?

Anyway, I went with an H60 a couple of weeks ago and its working great for me. A definite upgrade from my Hyper 212+. I'm now seeing the same temps at 4800MHz as I was at 4500MHz with the 212+. I installed two Gelid Silent 12 PWM fans on mine...
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric;14081039 
Where did you find an H80? I was under the impression they weren't going to be available until August?

Anyway, I went with an H60 a couple of weeks ago and its working great for me. A definite upgrade from my Hyper 212+. I'm now seeing the same temps at 4800MHz as I was at 4500MHz with the 212+. I installed two Gelid Silent 12 PWM fans on mine...

i had the link in my original post, it's in stock on newegg i believe wink.gif not sure since when, but i first realised it last night

i bought mine in prague though, since i currently live here rolleyes.gif

i'm not sure how 2600k compares to a 950 on temps, but my 950 runs pretty hot at 4ghz with my frio, will see how the h80 copes with my chip

i suspect the h80 might have the same pump as the h60, so, if that's the case then the h80 will only improve temps due to the thicker rad, but i'm not sure :S

if stock fans are noisy, i'm considering 2 akasa apache fans
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nice! I'd love a h100 frown.gif

hopefully corsair can watercool gpu's too. the thing with cool-it didn't kick off
 
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Be sure to post pics! I might jump on one of these anyway for the thicker rad...
post #18 of 1192
I'm using the stock fan as intake but I plan on getting some Gentle Typhoons.
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Originally Posted by jprovido;14081171 
nice! I'd love a h100 frown.gif

hopefully corsair can watercool gpu's too. the thing with cool-it didn't kick off

since corsair are selling coolit stuff now, i'm suspecting the next step will be working on the original omni products. i think was a good idea, but just didn't think they were effective enough, or simply the pricing wasn't right

i never heard that much about omni either, but once something has corsair branding on it, people automatically will be more interested, so if they do decide to improve omni, i think we will hear more about it at least tongue.gif
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric;14081190 
Be sure to post pics! I might jump on one of these anyway for the thicker rad...

yup, lots of pics will be posted, you have my words biggrin.gif

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Originally Posted by linkin93;14081197 
I'm using the stock fan as intake but I plan on getting some Gentle Typhoons.

oh i see, so you're using just the stock fan. i heard they are pretty good with static pressure, is it noisy at all? i think the h80 is using the same fans

ever considered using some shrouds between rad and fans? i heard they help with temps a fair bit
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