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Originally Posted by WiSK View Post

I can't see this. Due to the tall waterblock and tubes coming directly out of the top, they've pretty much ruled out most of the Lian-Li and Silverstone SFF cases. Even their own CM Elite 120 case has a 65mm height limit for CPU cooler.

This - very upset I can't use this in my elite 120. Lucky I have the components to just purchase an Apogee Drive II block to convert my loop. Would have saved me from needing a micro res.

Dang it cooler master. Let me love you.
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Me too, I'm chomping at the bit to grab one and try it out. I asked CM on facebook but they just delete my questions. Thats not instilling a great deal of confidence in me lol
If you're using the same username, then I wonder why. lachen.gif
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That fill port has me worried... With the reservoir being that small, just a little too much coolant and you've got yourself a soggy motherboard.
I feel like they should move the fill port to the radiator. That way a spill is less likely to be damaging to any components. I'm really interested to see if this system can eat in to the starter kits for custom loops. Just like everything else on the market, competition leads to innovation and lower prices biggrin.gif
The fill port is threaded, so if you're that concerned about overflow. You could cut a 6 inch piece of tubing and attach a fitting to one end, and a big funnel to the other. Making overflows unlikely, since it wouldn't overflow directly out of the blocks reservoir. Giving you a chance to tip the case on its side and drain the excess from the same tube. When the levels right without any sitting in the fill tube, just unscrew the fill tube and put the cap back on it.
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That fill port has me worried... With the reservoir being that small, just a little too much coolant and you've got yourself a soggy motherboard.

I've now got this mental image of you standing over your rig holding a bucket with coolant sloshing around, trying to aim just a few drops at a time... "dagnabit, if only they'd put the fillport somewhere else!"

Sorry biggrin.gif
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I am a custom loop kind of guy and was expecting something approaching custom loop temps.
then get custom loop
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The reason you are not seeing many variants is that 360 rad mounts are not standard,plus you can add up a 360 later if you really need it.
Its not my kind of thing but I can see it being popular....

Shame that CM can't seem to stop inflating the figures...again.
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post #86 of 150
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Eheim.
Added.

The pump yes, the cold plate no

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So far we know that the pump used is an Alphacool DC-LT

The pump and block was designed in collaboration with EHIEM ....not Alphacool.. But I will however hazard a guess that the block cold plate and the Rads are Alphacool.

That mini pump of Alphacool/?????OEM is in the H80 and H100 set up's.
Edited by smash_mouth01 - 11/13/12 at 2:37am
post #87 of 150
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Originally Posted by smash_mouth01 View Post

The pump yes, the cold plate no
The pump and block was designed in collaboration with EHIEM ....not Alphacool.. But I will however hazard a guess that the block cold plate and the Rads are Alphacool.
That mini pump of Alphacool/?????OEM is in the H80 and H100 set up's.

You sure? Not sure where else to find this diagram, but looks pretty convincingly like the DC-LT.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=oWPr4r8pza8#t=225s
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I am only really interested in the larger one, as it is the biggest advancement in sealed loop cooling aability in a very long time. While I have no interest in these kinds of units for myself iit's about time for a change.

This really isn't a sealed loop though. It's prefilled and fully assembled out of the factory, but it is also easily taken apart and fully customizable. This is nowhere near the same as a H100, it's similar to the Swiftech H20 kits and XSPC kits, except it comes fully ready to go instead of assembly required.

Water evaporates in sealed loops and open loops. The fact that people still throw money away on the closed loops blows my mind, even with the 3 and 5 year warranties. These cooling companies are nearly as bad as Apple when it comes to ripping off their customers on warranty support.

Also, these customizable loops are far more advanced. The custom parts are overpriced as it is. You will see a huge dent in the custom market once these release (if Coolermaster prices them fairly). If Coolermaster is smart enough, they will sell the pump-block by itself for about $75 or $100 USD. These kits are actually safer because they're similarly designed to the cooling systems you find on a car (maintainable and repairable to some extent).

If you honestly believe that a closed loop system is going to be safer, please explain to me how it is smarter to use a system which cannot be maintained or repaired in the event of an unforeseen failure. Open/Customizable loops seem to be working just fine on the racing circuit, and I am sure that a 750 horsepower touring car's engine and transmission are generating a lot more heat than a little calculation processor used in an immobile machine. I must stress immobile because there is not nearly as much vibration to shake a fitting loose or wear down hoses. There are so many people just throwing their money away on their over-kill loops, so they can be satisfied when they blow up their processors, anyways. The stupidity of human kind evolves as often and consistently as the intelligence which drives the greedy powers in industry.
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Kind of want. Are there any other reviews besides those listed in the original post?
 
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This - very upset I can't use this in my elite 120. Lucky I have the components to just purchase an Apogee Drive II block to convert my loop. Would have saved me from needing a micro res.
Dang it cooler master. Let me love you.

You know - you can get a custom loop which fits within that clearance cheaper. Same pump, basically the same rad (you can pick the size you want) and better res/fillport. The example build is on page 8 of this thread which I posted couple of weeks earlier.

Now dont get me wrong - this could be pretty reasonable offer if its priced right, however, based on currently available information it seems this will be priced so that you can get the about same size and performance custom loop a bit cheaper.
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