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post #1481 of 1516
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Thank you so very, very much. I was unsure about what to buy. I though that I would have to get a new case.thumb.gif

Yup, no problem at all.. glad to help smile.gif
post #1482 of 1516
Looking for some advice, would I be able to fit a H100i V2 top mounted in a NZXT Guardian Blue (Mid Tower) its an old case I know but hoping I could make it work.
post #1483 of 1516
I have a question. I had my cooler for a bit about 2 years so far i think but i lost count when i purchased it but i know it's not that old. However i would like to know how long this cooler can last? I maintain my pc well and keep it dust free. Has anyone experienced how long this cooler can last? How would you know if it's at it's "end of life?" Or does not the liquid inside become dirty more or something will stop? Has Corsair done long testing how long these equipments can last for a very long time?
post #1484 of 1516
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Yup, no problem at all.. glad to help smile.gif



hi rep please help, need urgent help,,see pms please
post #1485 of 1516
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Originally Posted by 78@pwnt4lif3 View Post

I have a question. I had my cooler for a bit about 2 years so far i think but i lost count when i purchased it but i know it's not that old. However i would like to know how long this cooler can last? I maintain my pc well and keep it dust free. Has anyone experienced how long this cooler can last? How would you know if it's at it's "end of life?" Or does not the liquid inside become dirty more or something will stop? Has Corsair done long testing how long these equipment can last for a very long time?

technically they should last the entire warranty lifetime..but ever so often things can go wrong...remember the Cl Cs may be sold by corsair but aren't manufactured directly by them...they do test the units and stress testing is usually done in a real time environment and for 24-48 hours. it may have changed since i last spoke to any one regarding this same concern..but to give you an example..i had a h60...the first gen..lasted well over 4 years before it started to act up.....rest assured tho corsair is super when it comes to supporting their products and help is always close by:thumb:
post #1486 of 1516
thats whats held me back form getting a CLC..i have a cheapo hyp 212 and its work for 5 years or more. but still, i am still thinking about pulling the trigger on a clc
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i5 3570k Asus Sabertooth Z77 GTX 770 ACX Corsair Vengence 2xGB 1600 
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i5 3570k Asus Sabertooth Z77 GTX 770 ACX Corsair Vengence 2xGB 1600 
Hard DriveOptical DriveCoolingOS
WD Caviar Black LG Cooler Master Hypo 212 win7 
MonitorKeyboardPowerCase
Asus VS248-H logitech k120 Antec 850 HCP CM HAFX 
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post #1487 of 1516
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Originally Posted by Wazza85 View Post

Looking for some advice, would I be able to fit a H100i V2 top mounted in a NZXT Guardian Blue (Mid Tower) its an old case I know but hoping I could make it work.

Might be too late to answer this post, but based on what I saw online, looks like that case doesn't have enough space on top to accommodate a 240rad with fans. I've seen a lot of 120 AIO coolers mounted on the rear of that case, but not on top. I could be wrong though, that's just based on what I saw on the photos online.
post #1488 of 1516
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Originally Posted by 78@pwnt4lif3 View Post

I have a question. I had my cooler for a bit about 2 years so far i think but i lost count when i purchased it but i know it's not that old. However i would like to know how long this cooler can last? I maintain my pc well and keep it dust free. Has anyone experienced how long this cooler can last? How would you know if it's at it's "end of life?" Or does not the liquid inside become dirty more or something will stop? Has Corsair done long testing how long these equipments can last for a very long time?

From what we've seen over the past few years, they could technically outlast its warranty period as long that you don't tamper with the unit they can last for a very long time. We've seen people still using 1st gen H50 that was released back in 2009, but of course that doesn't mean that every single unit will last that long, its just evidence that these AIO coolers does have longevity with zero maintenance.

You'll know when your cooler has reached its limits. In many cases, the pump is the first one to go, so the moment you see a sudden spike on your CPU temp, best is to check the pump's rpm right away. Dead pump = no liquid circulation - meaning heat is no longer being dissipated from the CPU which will result an extremely high CPU temp.
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hi rep please help, need urgent help,,see pms please

I just replied to your email
post #1489 of 1516
I have a ?..have you ever considered designing the units were the pump is not located on the cpu block?
Will see email soon.been sick past few days..
post #1490 of 1516
thaught id share

http://www.corsair.com/en-us/blog/2015/april/corsair-hydro-series-cpu-cooler-decoder-ring-and-case-compatibility-chart

ps REP..email rplied
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