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i wanna a new water cooler but don't know which one to grab.
Corsair h50 or h60...
Which one and why..
Processor amd 1090t..
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i wanna a new water cooler but don't know which one to grab.
Corsair h50 or h60...
Which one and why..
Processor amd 1090t..

The H50 is old and won't really stand up to your hex core very well. I would look for something bigger. The h60 might be able to do it, but it is the same size rad with a redesigned block. I would look into getting the H80, that will grab you the best performance for the money when looking at the H series.
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None of the Corsair/Antec closed loop water coolers are thermally efficient. There are many quality HSFs that out perform these CLCs as the link below shows. If you really want H2O cooling do a proper system or stick with a quality HSF.

The Corsair/Antec CLCs are not a good cooling choice based on thermal efficiency, cost and noise. They also have the very real liability of water leaks that can destroy hundreds of dollars of PC hardware.

The H50 is dismal compared to a quality HSF. There are (67) HSFs listed that are better than the H50. You'd need an H100 to even equal the upper (10) HSFs shown and you'd need to run the fan on high - which is noisy.

http://www.frostytech.com/articleview.cfm?articleid=2572&page=4
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