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Those are cool it unit i think.

Asetek use round pump i think. Read that somewhere. Im trusting asetek look at this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oPZ1S7ipXNU smile.gif
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oh I forgot to mention... For those who chimed in in the first page, you guys are awesome! I really appreciate all the kind words thumb.gif

i wish people would stop saying "corsair" is bad...its like others said here...its not the brand name..its manufacturing faults..the issues come from the factorys used for production...without communitys feedback to the reps..theyll never evolve and minimize issues...

i had a h60..6yrs old//it still worked till the last day i had to sell it...
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i wish people would stop saying "corsair" is bad...its like others said here...its not the brand name..its manufacturing faults..the issues come from the factorys used for production...without communitys feedback to the reps..theyll never evolve and minimize issues...

i had a h60..6yrs old//it still worked till the last day i had to sell it...

dude, go look at there forums and tell me they didn't know, Sorry to necro a thread it popped up on my sidebar, they chose the manufacturer and they should have had samples sent to them AND tested them AND checked to make sure that the quality was maintained.


it is Corsairs fault, its called Quality control.

Quality control (QC) is a procedure or set of procedures intended to ensure that a manufactured product or performed service adheres to a defined set of quality criteria or meets the requirements of the client or customer. QC is similar to, but not identical with, quality assurance (QA).

I should add, its also Quality Assurance.
Edited by Amw86 - 2/6/16 at 10:11pm
post #24 of 54
and I have to agree on the thread here.

oh not to mention I'm not being degraded into taking pictures of my system just on the "hopes" that I can get my Corsair stuff covered under Warranty


https://www.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/comments/44jeic/corsair_customer_service/


Friggin X woman jacked half my stuff was lucky to keep my Computer and my dog much less the damn receipts.


by far...and I do mean by far, the 100% absolute worst CS I've ever experienced and I've had problems from the first few months in with both of these products and they've only gotten worse, bleh.
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and I have to agree on the thread here.

oh not to mention I'm not being degraded into taking pictures of my system just on the "hopes" that I can get my Corsair stuff covered under Warranty


https://www.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/comments/44jeic/corsair_customer_service/


Friggin X woman jacked half my stuff was lucky to keep my Computer and my dog much less the damn receipts.


by far...and I do mean by far, the 100% absolute worst CS I've ever experienced and I've had problems from the first few months in with both of these products and they've only gotten worse, bleh.

No receipt = no warantly.


Got that same garbage from coolermaster...


Those company are too automated to allow it.... Just stupids design
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Any product has a chance to fail, and with AIO's it means RMA, so in our world that means downtime for our rig. This is why there is so much controversy with AIO's. If the fan on your air cooler fails, you run down the local computer store and buy a new one the same day. If your custom water cooling and a part of it fails, you can order it online and get next day shipping. With AIO's you either wait for RMA or go buy a whole new unit. They're disposable, and this is what makes them a love/hate relationship. It has nothing to do with Corsair or any other "brand" name, its all about marketing a quick sale product that is disposable.

BTW, if an AIO is barely keeping your temps under 90c I would say that AIO is a complete failure.
 
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post #27 of 54
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No receipt = no warantly.


Got that same garbage from coolermaster...


Those company are too automated to allow it.... Just stupids design


It sure is saying something when I've gotten better customer support from Razer than Corsair, heh heh.

the part that makes me the angriest is that the issue's I've got are so well known, and the H100i and software is such junk
post #28 of 54
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Any product has a chance to fail, and with AIO's it means RMA, so in our world that means downtime for our rig. This is why there is so much controversy with AIO's. If the fan on your air cooler fails, you run down the local computer store and buy a new one the same day. If your custom water cooling and a part of it fails, you can order it online and get next day shipping. With AIO's you either wait for RMA or go buy a whole new unit. They're disposable, and this is what makes them a love/hate relationship. It has nothing to do with Corsair or any other "brand" name, its all about marketing a quick sale product that is disposable.

BTW, if an AIO is barely keeping your temps under 90c I would say that AIO is a complete failure.


I had a NH-D14 before, and a custom loop before this, thought I'd try a AIO and I went with Corsair since I already had a a Corsair case etc.

ugh regret.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Radnad View Post

Any product has a chance to fail, and with AIO's it means RMA, so in our world that means downtime for our rig. This is why there is so much controversy with AIO's. If the fan on your air cooler fails, you run down the local computer store and buy a new one the same day. If your custom water cooling and a part of it fails, you can order it online and get next day shipping. With AIO's you either wait for RMA or go buy a whole new unit. They're disposable, and this is what makes them a love/hate relationship. It has nothing to do with Corsair or any other "brand" name, its all about marketing a quick sale product that is disposable.

BTW, if an AIO is barely keeping your temps under 90c I would say that AIO is a complete failure.


I had a NH-D14 before, and a custom loop before this, thought I'd try a AIO and I went with Corsair since I already had a a Corsair case etc.

ugh regret.

Exactly why custom water cooling is so expensive, because true performance cooling is not cheap. Pay $80-100 for the best air cooler OR AIO, and I will bet the air cooler will meet or beat the AIO everytime. AIO is a stop/gap measure for people who "think" they're getting on water, but its all marketing hype imo. Asetek made it worse in the beginning by sueing which gave AIO's credibility. If there was never a lawsuit, I don't think we would have 90% of the AIO's we do now.

Go good air or custom loop or don't OC. Feel for you totally...
 
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post #30 of 54
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Exactly why custom water cooling is so expensive, because true performance cooling is not cheap. Pay $80-100 for the best air cooler OR AIO, and I will bet the air cooler will meet or beat the AIO everytime. AIO is a stop/gap measure for people who "think" they're getting on water, but its all marketing hype imo. Asetek made it worse in the beginning by sueing which gave AIO's credibility. If there was never a lawsuit, I don't think we would have 90% of the AIO's we do now.

Go good air or custom loop or don't OC. Feel for you totally...

I knew what I was getting into performance wise, I more grabbed it just to make things interesting.

I'd really have no issue with it, if it just actually worked like it should.

cruddy noisy pump, crappy noise from fans due to crap design on voltage with fans hooked up to h100i block, fans that are loud as hello-kitty and don't last (probably in no small part from crappy voltage regulation from the h100i or something)

I mean, one of the bling factors is the LED and almost 2 years later I still can't get the thing to stay one color after a reboot...I mean seriously, how do you make a product, with an LED that changes colors, and after 2 years can't fix the software to make it work after 2 years heh.

or like, I went to check for a firmware update and its not on the product page, I couldn't find it on there forums and I went to do it the way your supposed to on the actual product itself in Corsair Link and the options not even there anymore haha.

It's just been a disaster, turned me off of corsair and AIO cooling, next time I'll setup a custom loop, with parts that I know are going to fail, with companies that I know have a good no hassle warranty, and that actually works haha.


I really wish I hadn't picked up the h100i so early in its life, maybe there new version is better idk, but I'll never find out personally tongue.gif
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