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Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post

I had a HD 6990 and HD 6950 before that. Considering you have not overclocked 2500K you will get a lot of CPU power for OC. Get something like H100 and dont have to worry about RAM. I am going to wait for Haswell. If it just another IVY with better IGPU i will upgrade to IVY-E.

Sorry I didn't know how to quote each person that responded, so I separated each question, but thank you for answering them all.

I hope I'm not getting too off topic, but I'm a little worried about getting an H100 and having it leak and having to replace my other components.

Also, that's the problem I have been facing as well, that in my head I need an upgrade.

Thanks for your help.
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Originally Posted by TheExile View Post

Sorry I didn't know how to quote each person that responded, so I separated each question, but thank you for answering them all.
I hope I'm not getting too off topic, but I'm a little worried about getting an H100 and having it leak and having to replace my other components.
Also, that's the problem I have been facing as well, that in my head I need an upgrade.
Thanks for your help.

It's very unlikely it will leak, and even if it did and stuff broke, Corsair have excellent warranties and will even replace all the components that were killed AFAIK.
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Originally Posted by Paradigm84 View Post

It's very unlikely it will leak, and even if it did and stuff broke, Corsair have excellent warranties and will even replace all the components that were killed AFAIK.

Thanks for the reply, that would give me a piece of mind if that's the warranty, I'll look into it.

Thanks everyone for the suggestions, sorry if it was a pointless question.
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