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I agree it varies so much between cases and all the variables. But imo the temps in the op are excellent. I will buy one if these temps are common.
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I agree it varies so much between cases and all the variables. But imo the temps in the op are excellent. I will buy one if these temps are common.
I just want to take my 930 to 4.4 24/7 or even 4.6 but I doubt it. My H50 handles 4GHZ no problem but once I got higher the temps are a bit too high for my liking(mid 80s).
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You don't need an extra 8. Just use 2 per fan, mounted diagonally. It works, and contrary to popular belief, there's no vibration.
REEEHHEEEEHEEAAAALLLY?? (sorry Ace Ventura for "really"). I would be scared to have only 2 screws per fan holding the weight of the entire rad and four fans. Wouldn't that be cutting it close?

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Good job
What temperature environment had when performing the test
Ambient room temperature was at 28.1C during time of test.

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OP you got 66c with a v6 at 4.7ghz? That sounds really good. My h50 cant touch that.
Eventually after 5-6 minutes it would reach into the high 60's, low 70's with the V6GT (68-73C MAX). No offense, but the Corsair Hydro line-up wasn't even an option on my mind at the time of my current build (early March '11) because I saw so many HSF that would destroy the H50/H60/H70 in benchmarks -- specifically the CM V6GT.
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REEEHHEEEEHEEAAAALLLY?? (sorry Ace Ventura for "really"). I would be scared to have only 2 screws per fan holding the weight of the entire rad and four fans. Wouldn't that be cutting it close?
If you think about it, it comes with 8 screws, and 4 of those screws will be holding the rad up (while being fed through 2 fans). It will do fine, considering 2 screws can hold an H80 up (a friend of mine bought an H80 and it had screws missing).
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I can't find the H100 on newegg at all. I'm putting my parts list together now and have the H80 in my shopping cart.

Nevermind, found it. Now the decision... H80 or H100

Now it says out of stock...COME ON
Yeah, its been there for a while in stock, till today.
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Why buy this when you can buy a real watercooling kit by XSPC for the same price?
I always wonder this too. lol
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I always wonder this too. lol
1. No Maintenance (Biggest reason)
2. Easy Install
3. No worry of leaks
4. A lot of guys don't have the technical knowledge to install water kit.

This question has been asked MANY times and always the same answer. Nobody is saying these kits are better then real water. I always wonder why water users troll closed loop system threads.
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I always wonder this too. lol
No maintenance. It's already been said. Not everyone has the time or patience to dedicate to a custom loop or even something like a Rasa kit.
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I always wonder this too. lol
Well you can stop wondering now. It's because of the convenience. You see, this is much easier to install, and there is no maintenance involved. Except blowing the dust out of the rad once in awhile. The answer seems quite obvious! Sorry about the sarcasm, just a little tired of this question when we really all know what the answer is!
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I always wonder this too. lol
Dont forget the price too. Custom water loops can cost around $250-350, $120 for no maintenance or leak test sounds good to me.
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