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It's no different than AMD vs Intel, or Nvidia vs AMD fan boys raging. There will always be rampant immaturity. The best solution is to just laugh and don't worry about someone else's opinion. thumb.gif
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I just bought a h50 in the fs section and paid less than what a 212 evo would cost as high end air cooler was not for me with my mid tower having all fan slots filled to keep things cool the air cooler was going to block my side fans that were blowing cool air on my mobo so I got the h50 to replace my stock cooler

1 So for me the price was right to get things cooler on the CPU
2 Didn't make my move my fans
3 And didn't have 3 pounds hanging off my mobo looking ugly (IMO)

So for me it was the right choice for a closed loop liquid cooler and cost me less then a hyper 212 Evo And way less than a full blown water loop that I don't have a need for since I just need things to stay below 55c when playing skyrim since my roommate like to keep the room warm and he wanted to kill me last night when I had the ac and window open bringing the room down to 50 degrees f so I could keep temps under 40c when I was gaming last night. So being poor college student I seemed like the right answer to my problem

I'll post temp differences once I get it installed


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Edited by preston.murrell - 1/12/12 at 10:06am
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post #43 of 45
Quote:
Originally Posted by C6ZR1 View Post

I definetly would not get custom loop system because I have never done it before and it looks wayyy to complicated tongue.gif

Eventually when college ends early May I will definetly want to buy an aftermarket cooler and OC my cpu.
rep + you hit the nail on the head, looks bloody complicated and dont wanna mess around with my hardware biggrin.gif

Obviously compared to what you get in terms of temps, it's worth trying + help I get from this board. But I'm a lazy a$$ rolleyes.gif
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post #44 of 45
It really isn't complicated guys.
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post #45 of 45
Have an h70 on an i5-650 w\ x2 Yates in push\pull. OC is 4.2 with Vcore of 1.24. Currently sitting at 48c under 100% load.

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edit: I love this Option as it fit nicely in my budget. I will say though, that when I can afford to go full custom WC, I will. The H series is the idiot's guide to water cooling, but for the price vs. performance, IMHO you realy cant go wrong.
Edited by HardheadedMurphy - 1/12/12 at 3:11pm
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