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Been out of this for a while and see all these ready made water cooling solutions from Coolermaster, TT and Corsair...

Would be keen on one of those corsair's H100 but they need a dual fan or rad case - which i don't have. Seems there's no way i can get this to work in mine without changing the case which i'm not willing to do.....

So i gotta stick to the simpler ones...like a CM Seidon 120M or whatever else is out there......

Even though these are entry level water cooling solutions i figure they must be loads better than my old Noctua aircooling - am i right?

So for a few bucks upgrade this, make it more quiet and maybe squeeze out a bit more of an OC this would be the way to go for me right?

Which one can you recommend, single fan??
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Been out of this for a while and see all these ready made water cooling solutions from Coolermaster, TT and Corsair...
Would be keen on one of those corsair's H100 but they need a dual fan or rad case - which i don't have. Seems there's no way i can get this to work in mine without changing the case which i'm not willing to do.....
So i gotta stick to the simpler ones...like a CM Seidon 120M or whatever else is out there......
Even though these are entry level water cooling solutions i figure they must be loads better than my old Noctua aircooling - am i right?
So for a few bucks upgrade this, make it more quiet and maybe squeeze out a bit more of an OC this would be the way to go for me right?
Which one can you recommend, single fan??


Honestly, I would stick with your noctua. It is one of the better air coolers, and a single 120mm all-in-one water cooler really isn't very spectacular. I may be mistaken here, but I'm pretty sure some of the noctua air coolers are comparable in temps to a H100. but certainly nothing If I were you, I would save the money and later on down the road think about a new case and doing some water cooling then. Hope this helps. thumb.gif
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