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post #21 of 25
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I cant vouch about TT's customer support or warranty nor about the mounting system, but the Performance will be about the same than any other 240mm AIO cooler, being an Asetek unit.


It's a really good deal at 54$.

Hmmm. Thanks splint. I'll have to poke around OCN for any more info. The 38mm vs. 27mm should give me some extra benefit, no? There's also 3 years warranty from TT vs. the 5 from Corsair.

I want the Corsair, but the $55 is calling out to me. I'll have to do some hard research on this tomorrow.
post #22 of 25
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So, largely on splinterize's success and recommendation, I went with the H100i. The TT 2.0 on NCIX was a nice deal, but I had my heart set on a Corsair model. I found the H100i on TigerDirect.ca for $80 with rebates. I had a TigerDirect in my city, as well, so I saved $10 shipping and went and picked it up myself. The sale on the TT 2.0 was good, but I'm happy to pay $20-25 more for something that I wanted initially (always wanted a Gigabyte Windforce GPU and when I upgraded I went with the MSI Lightnings and I'm not as satisfied as I thought I'd be) and I get the extra 2 years of warranty.

I also picked up some MX-4, and ordered some Coollabratory Pro as well, with my eyes set on delidding. I plan on delidding and testing with my 212+, but that won't be for a few months, likely (or at least a couple weeks until I get my Coollabratory). I'll make a separate post with test results when I do the testing, though.

Thanks y'all.
post #23 of 25
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Originally Posted by CasanovaFly View Post

So, largely on splinterize's success and recommendation, I went with the H100i. The TT 2.0 on NCIX was a nice deal, but I had my heart set on a Corsair model. I found the H100i on TigerDirect.ca for $80 with rebates. I had a TigerDirect in my city, as well, so I saved $10 shipping and went and picked it up myself. The sale on the TT 2.0 was good, but I'm happy to pay $20-25 more for something that I wanted initially (always wanted a Gigabyte Windforce GPU and when I upgraded I went with the MSI Lightnings and I'm not as satisfied as I thought I'd be) and I get the extra 2 years of warranty.

I also picked up some MX-4, and ordered some Coollabratory Pro as well, with my eyes set on delidding. I plan on delidding and testing with my 212+, but that won't be for a few months, likely (or at least a couple weeks until I get my Coollabratory). I'll make a separate post with test results when I do the testing, though.

Thanks y'all.

 

 

Congratulation on your purchase, i'm sure that you will enjoy it.

 

 

 

Keep in mind that you need to connect the H100i on a high powered USB port on your motherboard otherwise you might have issues with the corsair link software. Also be extra careful on the delidding.

post #24 of 25
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Congratulation on your purchase, i'm sure that you will enjoy it.



Keep in mind that you need to connect the H100i on a high powered USB port on your motherboard otherwise you might have issues with the corsair link software. Also be extra careful on the delidding.

Thanks splint.

I don't think I'll be bothering too much with the Link software. Doesn't interest me at all. I've got everything hooked up to a fan controller anyway, which is the way I prefer it. Noted on the delidding, though. I'm more worried about slicing my fingers open, but only time will tell!
post #25 of 25
Get h220, it is the best performing 2x120 aio at the moment and you can even exband it later.
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