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while on the water cooling do you think it's worth buying the corsair H50 for $130? btw i live in Australia or should i get a true/ud12-se
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while on the water cooling do you think it's worth buying the corsair H50 for $130? btw i live in Australia or should i get a true/ud12-se

How much is the TRUE? I know that in Canada the TRUE with the 1156 mounting kit costs the same as the H50, and they are pretty close in performance.

The UD12-SE is just overpriced crap though.
    
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I was under the impression that kits similar to these, made it possible to use the block with a different socket. I've never seen a heatkiller in person, so I don't really now. Either way, I can't find one for 1156.
Heh

Would be nice if they made an 1156 kit, the 1156 block has been out a while now so I don't see why not, can't find even the 1366 in the UK as usual though TBH I never really took much notice of my block when installing and didn't realise the mount was removable...

EDIT:

Just had a look and I think I found it, hopefully it will turn up in the UK soon.

http://www.watercool.de/online-shop/ - weird, can't link to items in their store, anyway it's there
Edited by GeforceGTS - 12/6/09 at 12:56pm
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How much is the TRUE? I know that in Canada the TRUE with the 1156 mounting kit costs the same as the H50, and they are pretty close in performance.

The UD12-SE is just overpriced crap though.
Assuming that you made a spelling error, I would say that you are talking about the NH-U12P SE? I don't see how it's "crap" it might be slightly overpriced but the performance is excellent.
     
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NH-U12P SE Has Nice fans buy that take fanns off and get the Prolimatech Mega (Megahalem) And get some high cmf fans in a push pull. like this bad boys.Noctua NF-S12B FLX 120mm high speed 100 cmf. Low noise 18 dB. @ 1900 rpm... Not bad.
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How much is the TRUE? I know that in Canada the TRUE with the 1156 mounting kit costs the same as the H50, and they are pretty close in performance.

The UD12-SE is just overpriced crap though.
at newegg for us canadians the u12p-se2 is 79.99 which comes with 2 nf-p12 fans, those are 23.99 a piece. so that cooler would come down to 32 bones on its own.

good deal for an all-in-one package if you ask me.
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its about 90 bucks for the ud12-se, i probably wont be getting on anytime soon maybe january-febuary but i wanted to ask so i could keep my eyes out for sales
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If your going over 3.8 GHz, get a water cooler, if not, I'm using this fan system by Cooler Master, the Hyper 212 Plus, it was $30, and man it's running COOL!

63c is the highest temp I hit so far at 3.85 GHz Overclocked i5 on Asus P7P55D Pro Board, I know the case & air temperature in your room greatly effects how cool a PC runs, but it's winter time here, so the ambient temperature is a little cooler than normal.

I'm fearing a 80 Degree day wouldn't suffice with this cooler, however, if your going over 3.5 GHz, and you want to be safe, you should get a water cooler if you aren't running in ideal room temps. (68f - 74f) It's 74f in my house and I have no problem while burning on the processor keeping it below 65 c. Just a heads up, hope this helps someone, btw, I'm a hard core i5 750 fan!

As far as the Corsair water cooler costing $130+ that's way too much, you can get it for $70! Learn to shop mateys!
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at newegg for us canadians the u12p-se2 is 79.99 which comes with 2 nf-p12 fans, those are 23.99 a piece. so that cooler would come down to 32 bones on its own.

good deal for an all-in-one package if you ask me.

Except for the fact that the fans are barely worth $8. I have one of them and its so pathetically weak that it can't even push air through my HDT-S1283 at 100%. I use it for my rear exhaust now because despite it having almost no static pressure it can still push a tiny bit of air through the rear grill. Noctua is almost as bad at lying about their specs as SilenX. (although for what its worth the fan is fairly silent, but then so is my $8 XLF)


Heatsink reviews are always horribly done, but judging by the 10 or so I looked at I'd say its roughly on par with my HDT-S1283, maybe a little better considering its in a push pull config.

So that would put the value at $30 + $8 for the extra fan + $10 for the back plate = $48, yet it costs $80, almost double what its worth.
    
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If your going over 3.8 GHz, get a water cooler, if not, I'm using this fan system by Cooler Master, the Hyper 212 Plus, it was $30, and man it's running COOL!

63c is the highest temp I hit so far at 3.85 GHz Overclocked i5 on Asus P7P55D Pro Board, I know the case & air temperature in your room greatly effects how cool a PC runs, but it's winter time here, so the ambient temperature is a little cooler than normal.

I'm fearing a 80 Degree day wouldn't suffice with this cooler, however, if your going over 3.5 GHz, and you want to be safe, you should get a water cooler if you aren't running in ideal room temps. (68f - 74f) It's 74f in my house and I have no problem while burning on the processor keeping it below 65 c. Just a heads up, hope this helps someone, btw, I'm a hard core i5 750 fan!


As far as the Corsair water cooler costing $130+ that's way too much, you can get it for $70! Learn to shop mateys!
can you please tell me where to get it for $70 i have looked at the stores i mostly buy from and there $130
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