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Fair enough. So our results would have multiple variables leading to a flawed outcome. It would still be cool to pit system vs system to see the kind of temps we are all getting with various H100 competitors. But once again everyone chose to talk it out.

You have a H100 for example, qft and post up some temps. Anybody viewing this thread would of liked to see your load temps.
Haha, I'll give it a shot. I've got a 6 month old daughter at home so my chances to do any home performance testing are pretty uncommon, though I think they have a birthday party to go to this weekend so maybe I can get in a couple hours of benching.

I can share this, though.



This is our lab test data on the following system:
Core i7 930 OC'd to 3.8 GHz, in an Obsidian 800D.

Not sure I remember the voltage - I think it was 1.45V, but I could be wrong on that.

Default fans included, all set to "Performance" mode, and ambient set to a hard 25C. This is a very high temperature CPU - it runs a lot hotter than most 920/930 processors, which is why we use it to qualify new coolers.
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This is our lab test data on the following system:
Core i7 930 OC'd to 3.8 GHz, in an Obsidian 800D.

Not sure I remember the voltage - I think it was 1.45V, but I could be wrong on that.

Default fans included, all set to "Performance" mode, and ambient set to a hard 25C. This is a very high temperature CPU - it runs a lot hotter than most 920/930 processors, which is why we use it to qualify new coolers.
That is really high voltage for a 3.8Ghz OC, is this C0 stepping?

I just ordered one of these, I'll compare it to my current Ven-X setup, with stock and then P/P with the stock fans and AP-15s
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Haha, I'll give it a shot. I've got a 6 month old daughter at home so my chances to do any home performance testing are pretty uncommon, though I think they have a birthday party to go to this weekend so maybe I can get in a couple hours of benching.

I can share this, though.



This is our lab test data on the following system:
Core i7 930 OC'd to 3.8 GHz, in an Obsidian 800D.

Not sure I remember the voltage - I think it was 1.45V, but I could be wrong on that.

Default fans included, all set to "Performance" mode, and ambient set to a hard 25C. This is a very high temperature CPU - it runs a lot hotter than most 920/930 processors, which is why we use it to qualify new coolers.
Nice, better then nothing. I think I am slightly out of line with this thread.
I kinda wanted to see some temps people were getting with there set ups.
No need to hijack this guys H100 thread.
Should of started a separate thread in the first place to poll peoples water cooling temps.
Edited by Precision_PC - 8/1/11 at 6:35pm
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Found this Vid


Looks like he's running push/pull 4.2GHZ on 2600k gettin 60degrees max. That pretty much seals it, order placed with frozencpu
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To be honest I don't think the guy minds, this has kinda became the h100 showcase thread, I think there is an h100 club now so that would be the best place for different reviews or what have you. I'm just wondering how it will do as an exhaust with SLI 580 lightnings lol
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Updated my thread...
http://www.overclock.net/water-cooli...1200-case.html

This cooler now fits my Antec 1200 perfectly and doing tests...

So far my i7 970 is overclocked to 4ghz@1.232V and not going above 70C on low fan speeds...
At first I had my doubts on this cooler but I grew on it and am loving it...
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@chris

how about on high, and is it loud at all?
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Because it's still more than that. What happens when you want to upgrade your CPU block? Drain the loop, change CPU block, fill loop. What happens when you get a new gpu/gpu block? Drain the loop, change gpu/gpu block, fill the loop. What happens when when your tubes start changing color due to the dye you used? Drain the loop, change tubes, fill the loop.

All this seems like a royal pain in the ass to me, I know I had:


1 MCR320
1 MCR220
Swifty GTZ
Swifty GPU MCW80
MC-RES V2/T-Line
MCP355 w/XSPC clear top


Don't get me wrong, it cooled awesome. Would I do it again, no. Simply due the simplicity of the Corsair Hydro units with relative temps to that of custom loops.

BTW OP, Nice review. Please take some more pics as I am very interested.

WELL said.. the more reason why i wouldn't wanna go custom and you forgot one more thing.. you got no warranty on your other hardware if it leaks. Meanwhile Corsair H100 has warranty and if it leaks.. Corsair will COVER every hardware in your case free of charge since it leaked on your hardware.. profit? WIN!
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Corsair will COVER every hardware in your case free of charge since it leaked on your hardware.. profit? WIN!
Seriously?
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Yes
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