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Interesting that the H100 is 27mm thick, thought it should be like the H80 38mm, so basically its two H50 in one.... sideways.
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38*12*12=5472 cm^3
27*12*24=7776 cm^3
h100 hava 42% of Volume
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Originally Posted by tx-jose;14113746 
is it the evga frostbite?? lachen.gif

Sorry i had too!! Lol

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Originally Posted by ste.ru;14114252 
38*12*12=5472 cm^3
27*12*24=7776 cm^3
h100 hava 42% of Volume

yup, but how much more strain that extra 42% of volume, or should i say RESISTANCE put on the h100 pump, which i believe is the same as the one in the h80 rolleyes.gif

so what i'm saying is that how much would the extra rad on the h100 affect flowrate?
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I'll have my H80 tomorrow. Now do I install with the included fans or my 2 x 1850 GT's?
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Originally Posted by ironmysox;14116490 
I'll have my H80 tomorrow. Now do I install with the included fans or my 2 x 1850 GT's?

Try the included fans first - I think you might be surprised. Swapping fans doesn't take very long, you can always try the GTs afterwards if you want to compare.
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Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge;14116962 
Try the included fans first - I think you might be surprised. Swapping fans doesn't take very long, you can always try the GTs afterwards if you want to compare.

Hopefully it's nothing like the fans in a certain case I tried from you guys. However if the fans that come with the H80 are good, then this cooler isn't a bad value if you factor in the cost of fans.
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Maybe in your next design Corsair - use a far superior radiator like the Thermochill TA120.2 ? and better pump?

I wonder if it would make alot of difference?
Edited by Nelly. - 7/5/11 at 5:00pm
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Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge;14113317 
As for the stock thermal paste, it's very, very high quality stuff that's actually not easily accessed on the market. We switched from Shin-Etsu because we found a superior TIM, but I'm not at liberty to discuss exactly what it is yet.
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I wasn't calling into question the quality of the paste. But for me, it was the amount put on. It looked thick to start. I then installed it (H60), got some temp readings, which looked about 10deg higher than it should be. So I took it off and saw the TIM all over the place. Replaced it with AS5 and 10 deg lower. Now...could it be something else (like change in tightness of the screws, etc.) sure...but that was my experience.
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Originally Posted by ironmysox;14116490 
I'll have my H80 tomorrow. Now do I install with the included fans or my 2 x 1850 GT's?

use stock fans first, would be interesting to see your results smile.gif
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