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To BlackOmega, I wasn't dogging Seasonic. Corsair re-brands some of their units, I was pointing out where I see a Corsair recommendation strictly based on the name alone; they have no idea internally it's Seasonic, and will defend the former with all their might
i know corsair doesn't make any of their units besides the AX1200...i also know corsair has better cables, better customer service and a better warranty than seasonic does, which is why it's so recommended(i've only had 1 corsair psu btw, but keep assuming anyway).
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i know corsair doesn't make any of their units besides the AX1200...i also know corsair has better cables, better customer service and a better warranty than seasonic does, which is why it's so recommended(i've only had 1 corsair psu btw, but keep assuming anyway).
Corsair isn't making the AX 1200, Corsair does not offer better cabling for their units than equivalent offers from other makers, in some cases it actually skimps on connectors(see the TXv2 650 vs XFX Core 650), and as far as warranty goes Corsair isn't the only player to offer a 7 year warranty for some products(see PCP&C, Sentey, etc).

Corsair's after sales support and service is among the best in the industry though.
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Corsair isn't making the AX 1200, Corsair does not offer better cabling for their units than equivalent offers from other makers, in some cases it actually skimps on connectors(see the TXv2 650 vs XFX Core 650), and as far as warranty goes Corsair isn't the only player to offer a 7 year warranty for some products(see PCP&C, Sentey, etc).

Corsair's after sales support and service is among the best in the industry though.
- i've read several reviews that stated corsair designed that unit, no biggie if they weren't accurate, though i wonder why so many "professionals" would say that if it was a another rebrand

- the cables that come with the HX and AX aren't better than the seasonic x ones??? they look much nicer to me. bringing up a non modular corsair with less cables than my Pc needs in the first place vs a xfx...not relevant to what i said about corsair v seasonic.

- rofl, you had to go outside my argument again, i said corsair has better service and warranty than seasonic, and they do. that's not even deniable.

in your blood haze you must have read it as "corsair is the only company to offer a 7 year warranty omg!!!"

are you standing on your head or something?
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- i've read several reviews that stated corsair designed that unit, no biggie if they weren't accurate, though i wonder why so many "professionals" would say that if it was a another rebrand
The AX 1200 is designed and produced by Flextronics at Corsair's requirements.. what professionals are you talking about?

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- the cables that come with the HX and AX aren't better than the seasonic x ones??? they look much nicer to me. bringing up a non modular corsair with less cables than my Pc needs in the first place vs a xfx...not relevant to what i said about corsair v seasonic.
You're PC is as relevant to this discussion as gay marriage in Botswana.. and no, Corsair's cables aren't in any way better than Seasonic's.. common sense..
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- rofl, you had to go outside my argument again, i said corsair has better service and warranty than seasonic, and they do. that's not even deniable.
Actually it is completely deniable and utterly wrong.. But you wouldn't know that for you've stuffed your tiny head with Corsair marketing and there's little room left for actual facts on the issue..
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are you standing on your head or something?
Actually, it seems I'm standing on yours
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Edited by FLCLimax - 10/30/11 at 7:02am
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ps. the H100 is poor, as are all AIO liquid coolers currently available, high end air coolers like the NH-D14, Silver Arrow, Super Mega etc are easily outclassing it.
The H100 can easily match the performance of the top end air coolers like the Silver Arrow and NH-D14. The only problem is noise. 1-2c differences aren't what I'd call "outclassing", though.
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The H100 can easily match the performance of the top end air coolers like the Silver Arrow and NH-D14. The only problem is noise. 1-2c differences aren't what I'd call "outclassing", though.
Nope.
This discussion is of little relevance to this thread so I'll try to keep it short.
The H100 can indeed perform pretty well in high TDP scenarios but that requires high RPM and very high static pressure fans due to the dense fin arrangement of the radiator, this alone defies the purpose of a water cooling solutions because it's gonna' be horrid noise wise, much more so than a Super Mega or a TRUE Copper(for example) which will still trash a H100 using similar fans.

The H100 is a poor cooler for "daily use" because of the **** performance in conjunction with reasonable fans and it's an average benching solution because it will still trail the high end air cooler with benching fans.. really, the H100 makes little to no sense
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Nope.
This discussion is of little relevance to this thread so I'll try to keep it short.
The H100 can indeed perform pretty well in high TDP scenarios but that requires high RPM and very high static pressure fans due to the dense fin arrangement of the radiator, this alone defies the purpose of a water cooling solutions because it's gonna' be horrid noise wise, much more so than a Super Mega or a TRUE Copper(for example) which will still trash a H100 using similar fans.

The H100 is a poor cooler for "daily use" because of the **** performance in conjunction with reasonable fans and it's an average benching solution because it will still trail the high end air cooler with benching fans.. really, the H100 makes little to no sense
Didn't I just say the problem was noise?

I agree that there's no point in buying the H100, however it still performs pretty similarly to high end air coolers provided you're using high RPM/high static pressure fans (which again, are going to be noisy.)

The NH-D14/Silver Arrow "outclass" the H100 in noise : performance ratio, not in performance alone.

Edit: Do you have proof or a source to your claims? Or is this just another one of your baseless arguments?
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I think this thread has gone far enough.


The short answer to the OP's question is, No. They aren't that bad, not anymore at least.
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