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I might get one of these. I really like how the H60 has cleaned up the inside of my computer case.
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I did a h60 mod (which can be found in my profile) and temps didn't get noticeably better until I added another corsair rad. If you use due diligence you will see that performance wise mount deviation plays as big of a factor as tube ID these days. This is where the CM eisberg stands out. By using copper radiators instead of aluminum it opens all the doors to every high end copper/brass radiator being produced. Something you can't do with a corsair AIO unless you add inhibitors.
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Thanks George for the new H100i and the updates, now if we could only get the rest of the Platinum PSU line to become available, the AX1000i, and the AX860i. I know, no official comments on unreleased products, but we all know they are on their way; will they make it before Christmas? What could possibly be the delay? Both Seasonic bases have been available for over a year. As much as I love my AX850, if you glance at my build photos, I really need to replace that gold color with some nice red, in order to complete the look.
Sorry for going off topic guys, I just don’t see George around much.
Also waiting for:
Dominator Platinum interchangeable light bars and top bars available in various colors
Obsidian 900D chassis
Still hanging with the awesome 650D from Spring 2011 George, if the 900D arrives soon can a 650D update be far behind? Thanks man!tonguesmiley.gif

The 800D was our first case, we launched it in August of 2009. It's been more than 3 years now, so any successor or replacement would come out over 3 years later.

The 650D was our third case, released in March of 2011. It's been about a year and a half since that launched.

Wish I could tell you more - but that's the basics.

Just out of curiosity - how would you change the 650D? What features would you want added?
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incredible, when goes on sale on amazon?
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I'll be getting the H80i and will be doing the H60 mod on my 680 smile.gif
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With sata will this allow for multiple pumps/units in a single system to have individual control. From what I understand the link commander only allows for single pump control/monitoring but the new "i" units have the link built in....Ido, can you shed some light on this.
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The 800D was our first case, we launched it in August of 2009. It's been more than 3 years now, so any successor or replacement would come out over 3 years later.
The 650D was our third case, released in March of 2011. It's been about a year and a half since that launched.
Wish I could tell you more - but that's the basics.
Just out of curiosity - how would you change the 650D? What features would you want added?

i think a good addition to the 650d would be more places to place a rad, like a bottom 240/280 or something. (in a similar fashion of the C70...) because not everybody want to use the 200 rad in the front. (though its a great solution) and maybe the ability to mount a 240/280 rad in the front.
also, some little details wouldn't be a bad idea.

btw, how much better the H100i should perform than the original H100 ? (how far from full WC?)
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With sata will this allow for multiple pumps/units in a single system to have individual control. From what I understand the link commander only allows for single pump control/monitoring but the new "i" units have the link built in....Ido, can you shed some light on this.

The SATA connector doesn't hurt or help Corsair Link in any way. Power was always provided by the PSU, and the pump RPM is unchangeable.

The H80i and H100i have a direct link to a USB header, so you don't have to buy any Corsair Link hardware to use the software. Also, they have a single expansion port, so you can plug in an AX760i, AX860i, or AX1200i PSU to the pump unit and then use a single motherboard header for both devices. Or you can buy a Lighting Node or Cooling Node off our website and use the expansion port for that.

If you DO buy a Corsair Link kit, you can plug all those devices into the Commander unit and then plug that into the motherboard header, so you still only have to use one USB 2.0 motherboard header for this.
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The SATA connector doesn't hurt or help Corsair Link in any way. Power was always provided by the PSU, and the pump RPM is unchangeable.
The H80i and H100i have a direct link to a USB header, so you don't have to buy any Corsair Link hardware to use the software. Also, they have a single expansion port, so you can plug in an AX760i, AX860i, or AX1200i PSU to the pump unit and then use a single motherboard header for both devices. Or you can buy a Lighting Node or Cooling Node off our website and use the expansion port for that.
If you DO buy a Corsair Link kit, you can plug all those devices into the Commander unit and then plug that into the motherboard header, so you still only have to use one USB 2.0 motherboard header for this.

can you plug the Corsair Platinum RAM to this and change it's lighting?
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Still no H100 with thicker radiator. frown.gif
my thoughts exactly...sad-smiley-002.gif
Fairly sure it's due to case compatibly reasons. Look at H80 where they've gone crazy with the radiator thickness, because they KNOW there's always room for a thicker radiator in that area. But not always the top of my case.

My CM Sniper could be considered very spacious for a mid-tower, yet an H100 comes damn close to the heatsinks on my Sabertooth...


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