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You will probably notice very small differences between those coolers. However if you want a warranty that you know will be honored for whatever might happen, I would choose the corsair product over the coolermaster.
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I just bought this, it's sat at home waiting for me (I work 100 miles away from home lol) I'll install it over weekend hopefully report here and let you know what it's like
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You will probably notice very small differences between those coolers. However if you want a warranty that you know will be honored for whatever might happen, I would choose the corsair product over the coolermaster.
But will those be a major upgrade over my present cooler???
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I just bought this, it's sat at home waiting for me (I work 100 miles away from home lol) I'll install it over weekend hopefully report here and let you know what it's like
Awesome. Wonder if it will be better than the high end AIO closed water loops.
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Awesome. Wonder if it will be better than the high end AIO closed water loops.

hmm

Its more of an educational kit for me as an introduction to water cooling, with the eventual plan of including my gpu and various parts of the mobo into it too
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You will probably notice very small differences between those coolers. However if you want a warranty that you know will be honored for whatever might happen, I would choose the corsair product over the coolermaster.

/\ This /\

I used to have an Antec Kuhler H20 920 and then replaced it by a Corsair H100 but there was virtually no difference in performance. The only advantage to the H100 was that it had a nice 30mm thick 240 rad whereas the H20 920 had a galumphing great 50mm thick rad which with fans either side made it 100mm thick. On the plus side the H20 920 had nice software.
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I used to have an Antec Kuhler H20 920 and then replaced it by a Corsair H100 but there was virtually no difference in performance. The only advantage to the H100 was that it had a nice 30mm thick 240 rad whereas the H20 920 had a galumphing great 50mm thick rad which with fans either side made it 100mm thick. On the plus side the H20 920 had nice software.
Oh. So looks like I'm at the top with AIO loops smile.gif
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Yeah you would need to expand to a 360 radiator to really notice and difference in performance.
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Yeah you would need to expand to a 360 radiator to really notice and difference in performance.
Thanks. Looks like what I need s a new mobo. thumb.gif
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I finally got my loop squared away, still got some bubbles, hoping they'll work themselves out of the loop.
I need to get some high res porn shots with the DSLR, just kinda been a bit busy lol.
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