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H110 vs H100i in Carbide 500R

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Hi folks,

I can't decide between the two of them.

So I already bought a corsair SP120 twin pack, great fans for in radiators. But then I saw the H110 (140mm fans) and now i'm in doubt about which one.

This man has a nice build, with a H110 in a pull configuration. He's running on a i5-3570K, where I am running a i7-3770k, not sure if that matters.

I really like the H110, but what do you guys think?
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Go for the H100i its fantastic especially in push pull with those fans and you have the added ability to control fan speed, temp curve and set custom cooling profiles in corsair link which is an added bonus. You also get the new look with customisable RGB LED logo on the block if your into that.
   
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