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H 100 hands down easy to install and easy to maintain vs. the V10 monster
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post #22 of 26
H100 and Corsair provide warranty for your components against leakage. You can't beat it if you like the H100.
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Originally Posted by K62-RIG View Post

H100 and Corsair provide warranty for your components against leakage. You can't beat it if you like the H100.

A warranty doesn't prevent PC damage. It's a small consolation after the damage is done... redface.gif
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A warranty doesn't prevent PC damage. It's a small consolation after the damage is done... redface.gif

corsair will replace your damage parts, meaning, you will get a brand spanking new parts if it leaks.
really, there is no comparison here, h100 hands down, the v10 is just too effin gigantic, it will cover all your components, making it so hard to work inside your PC
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corsair will replace your damage parts, meaning, you will get a brand spanking new parts if it leaks.
really, there is no comparison here, h100 hands down, the v10 is just too effin gigantic, it will cover all your components, making it so hard to work inside your PC

Remember this is up to the OP to decide what makes him happy. wink.gif As already noted there are HSFs better than the V10 / H100 and HSFs don't leak water - which is a real liability for any liquid cooled system. Even if Corsair pays for replacement hardware, there is still the down time, inconvenience, shipping, etc. if there is water leak damage.

Some folks like the looks of the large HSFs so what appeals to one person doesn't necessarily appeal to another and vice versa. Only the OP knows what works for him. Stating the pros and cons allows people to make an informed decision.

I'd imagine the OP will be able to figure out what works for him. wink.gif
post #26 of 26
I agree with the above but would strongly recommend the OP to stay away from the V10, it's not a good investment no matter how purty you think it is. It's a gargantuan overpriced AIR cooler that does not perform even close to smaller more efficient models.
    
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