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post #11 of 28
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Ahh i see your point there Corsair George. However, as the others have said it would be awesome to see you guys add an option for GPU cooling. or even a way to be able to expand upon your Corsair product. "Upgrades by Corsair" if you will. With the new Cooler Master Eisberg system coming out it would be great to see something similar from you guys as I have always loved your products.
post #12 of 28
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How about a gpu bracket then? So we can install it to the GPU, its not impossible, we have 2 members here who makes this bracket.

Aye, that would be great or every better... a Corsair GPU editon thumb.gif
post #13 of 28
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Oh also, bring back the Nautilus!! Or something similar to it. biggrin.gif
post #14 of 28
Bring out a new H100 with a thicker rad, better pump - it will still fit the Corsair 650D - something that will beat a Thermalright Silver Arrow etc.

Also lots of people have the 800D etc, why not release a tripple rad version of the H100.
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Also lots of people have the 800D etc, why not release a tripple rad version of the H100.

it isnt about "lots", it is about where is the largest market share

the 800d is a very premium product so the likelyhood of a consumer WITH and 800D and WITHOUT a custom loop is TINY
post #16 of 28
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Bring out a new H100 with a *snip*better pump *snip*

This would be my request; way too many issues with these from what I've seen.
I'd like to get one for my Arc Mini, but am going to wait for a newer revision or something.
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post #17 of 28
Sort of related, here is a article comparing the H60, H80, and H100. It will be interesting to see if Corsair can improve on them. I'm hoping not for bigger radiators but better pumps, better radiators, different fins, and maybe new stock fans because the ones that are stock sound like tornadoes.
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This would be my request; way too many issues with these from what I've seen.
I'd like to get one for my Arc Mini, but am going to wait for a newer revision or something.

Yes, +1. I had problems with my H100's pump, so I returned it and went back to my H60s.
post #18 of 28
I wanna see them add a value and de-attachment tool so you can unplug and plug in the tubes and finally MOUNT the rad outside of the case and have a longer extended cord to plug back into the cooler. biggrin.gif Now that my friend is a brillant idea for sealed water coolers. Sure you can do custom but i like sealed cuz they have AMAZING warranty coverage and they are known to OC well anyways.thumb.gif Now we need a double expansion for video cards too! ALL in one sealed coolers. I'd buy that in a heart beat!
post #19 of 28
Even if they weren't to make these mainstream like with the current H series, a limited time run of say a few thousand units available via sign up would be awesome, it would also give Corsair a good way to gauge the market for such a product which could be invaluable for any future releases.
post #20 of 28
I would buy a Hydro series for GPU.

They would have to sell them either directly from their website and offer 1 fitting bracket of the user choice with it or on online sites like frozenCPU and their checkbox under the item, you'd have to check which adapter you need.

I'd be ready to pay between $75-$130 per GPU concidering a full block is aroung this price, May be fittings for H100 on a GPU that would rock but I guess I'm dreaming, like corsair george said not many cases can hold 1 h100, hell 2 or 3 of them that would be impossibruuu.
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