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post #1 of 9
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I don't know if I'm posting in the right section but i need your opinion. I'm about to buy a CPU cooler for y PC but i cant decide between buying a:

Thermaltake Water 2.0 Pro(Sold in compusa/tigerdirect for $70)

Thermaltake Water 2.0 Extreme( $89 Newegg)

Corsair H100 (Found for $80 locally used)

Corsair H80 (Ebay for $70)

Which one's better? I'm cooling an I5 2500k @ 4.7GHz. I don't Want to buy a Custom Loop since i really don't need it and i don't want to spend more than $90. Also i found this video that compares the Thermaltake performer and H80, but i dont know if its true since i cant understand anything.
Thanks
Carlos
Edited by tortuaco - 6/27/12 at 1:06am
post #2 of 9
I have the Corsair H100 and keeps my 3930K very cool considering what the speeds are at 1.300 volts and 4.3 Ghz. I idle around 45 C and while gaming get up to the high 50's. I personally would recommend this to you if you have the money for it. I read a review somewhere that said the H100 was the best non-custom water cooling loop you can get. I am very satisfied with this product.
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post #3 of 9
go for the Thermaltake Extreme because it has a thicker radiator compared to the H100, if you case can accomodate it, I would definitely go for the thermaltake.
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post #4 of 9
An H100 will be more than you need and they have issues with noise. An H8O would be a nice pairing for that SB chip.

I'm not familiar enough with TK's new stuff to recommend it, but I have multiple Corsair units and they all work great.
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post #5 of 9
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Thanks for the fast replies. thumb.gif Also does anyone now how long is the Thermaltakes coolers warranty I know corsair's waranty is 5 years but i cant seem to find the thermaltakes warranty. mad.gif
post #6 of 9
I have Both.... Go with Thermal-take., the H100 cools better the the noise is unacceptable, the only way to control the fan noise with the H100 is with Corsair's add on Controller which will set you back anther $100. I have Both./.
     
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all those all in one "water" coolers are made by asetek man.. and i mean EVERY SINGLE ONE, the only thing they change its the fan thumb.gif

and yes, i will go for the TT extreme, it have a thicker rad than the H100, so in theory it should could better than this one and the price its just awesome !!
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id say go for the TT Extreme. I gonna get one or the TT Pro. Corsair has a better warranty and customer service though.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by HAVO View Post

all those all in one "water" coolers are made by asetek man.. and i mean EVERY SINGLE ONE, the only thing they change its the fan thumb.gif
and yes, i will go for the TT extreme, it have a thicker rad than the H100, so in theory it should could better than this one and the price its just awesome !!

Wrong, Coolit also makes some of the Corsair's closed loop water coolers.
     
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