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Hello.

I have seen many treads were people speculate how many cores or threads the new intel SandybrigeE/ivy bridge cpu will run. How bulldozer will perform and how newer videocards, example nvidias 600 series, will perform.

But not any speculations on Corsairs future compact water cooling.

What do you think the new Corsair water cooling will be called, and how will it be improved from the previous models?
So far we seen them improve the pumps, radiators, cpu block and even the cables from the h50 till h80. But whats next?

If they release another 240mm rad i'm sure they will make it more dens and thicker than the h100.
Maybe better included fans so you don't have to buy new ones.

Any ideas?

If placed in the wrong section, can a moderator please move thread.
post #2 of 34
They could make a version with a 360mm radiator.
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We're launching an H10, it's a 40mm diameter radiator that's 100mm thick, and requires quad end-to-end 40mm 7000RPM server fans for optimal performance. The cooling sucks, but at least it's very loud. (Note: this is a joke)


Man, we just launched H80 and H100 last month! You guys already want H90 and H110? The H100 is the best performing CPU cooler on the market - and it's Sandy Bridge-E compatible out of the box, 4 months early. I think we're doing okay for a bit.

Next-gen stuff is in the very early stages of concept and development - it may end up just being called H80 and H100 V2 or something. Way too early to worry about part numbers. smile.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by chrischoi;14672634 
Troll!
Haha, sorry for sounding like a troll.
Quote:
Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge;14674175 
We're launching an H10, it's a 40mm diameter radiator that's 100mm thick, and requires quad end-to-end 40mm 7000RPM server fans for optimal performance. The cooling sucks, but at least it's very loud. (Note: this is a joke)


Man, we just launched H80 and H100 last month! You guys already want H90 and H110? The H100 is the best performing CPU cooler on the market - and it's Sandy Bridge-E compatible out of the box, 4 months early. I think we're doing okay for a bit.

Next-gen stuff is in the very early stages of concept and development - it may end up just being called H80 and H100 V2 or something. Way too early to worry about part numbers. smile.gif

No I agree, but I was just thinking how Corsair went from H50 -> H60 to H70 and now even H80 in just two years! Meaning Corsair is updating their coolers roughly every 6 months. So thats why I was thinking will corsair release something new the next couple of months and what improvements will we be seeing:D
post #6 of 34
the problem with making units that are significantly larger like your so said H110 is that the cases that could fit in would diminish even more then the H100. because not all have adequate space from the top to mount a thick RAD with push/pull fans. I think the H100 is a good product for what it is. and like corsair george said, dude they JUST came out lol
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Quote:
Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge;14674175 
We're launching an H10, it's a 40mm diameter radiator that's 100mm thick, and requires quad end-to-end 40mm 7000RPM server fans for optimal performance. The cooling sucks, but at least it's very loud. (Note: this is a joke)

I'd buy one just to have one!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge;14674175 
We're launching an H10, it's a 40mm diameter radiator that's 100mm thick, and requires quad end-to-end 40mm 7000RPM server fans for optimal performance. The cooling sucks, but at least it's very loud. (Note: this is a joke)


Man, we just launched H80 and H100 last month! You guys already want H90 and H110? The H100 is the best performing CPU cooler on the market - and it's Sandy Bridge-E compatible out of the box, 4 months early. I think we're doing okay for a bit.

Next-gen stuff is in the very early stages of concept and development - it may end up just being called H80 and H100 V2 or something. Way too early to worry about part numbers. smile.gif

Asetek dual rad please.

H(even)0 = Coolit
H(odd)0 = Asetek
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Kand;14680049 
Asetek dual rad please.

H(even)0 = Coolit
H(odd)0 = Asetek

I wouldn't be surprised if the Asetek 2011C was an Antec unit. In which case I would ditch my H100 in a heartbeat.

Rad could be a tad thicker. :/
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Quote:
Originally Posted by CorsairGeorge;14674175 
We're launching an H10, it's a 40mm diameter radiator that's 100mm thick, and requires quad end-to-end 40mm 7000RPM server fans for optimal performance. The cooling sucks, but at least it's very loud. (Note: this is a joke)


Man, we just launched H80 and H100 last month! You guys already want H90 and H110? The H100 is the best performing CPU cooler on the market - and it's Sandy Bridge-E compatible out of the box, 4 months early. I think we're doing okay for a bit.

Next-gen stuff is in the very early stages of concept and development - it may end up just being called H80 and H100 V2 or something. Way too early to worry about part numbers. smile.gif

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