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post #16311 of 28252
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Originally Posted by Carfanatic View Post
It looks like an H50 with different hoses, a different pump/block and possibly different mounting.
so that makes it not an h50
they all look alike anyways
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post #16312 of 28252
no, it looks like an H70 pump and block with an H50 rad.
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I got a corsair H50 as i needed space for more ram/ram cooler and i went from a noctua NHU12P (1 fan) to the Corsair H50 push/pull. And my temps are about 4-5 degrees worse. I knew that the h50 wouldn't be that great but i though push pull at least it'd be able to keep up with my old noctua.
Are there any common installation mistakes or anything like that which would hinder the h50 performance?

Cheers

Also i seem to have got 2 retention brackets for am3 in the h50 package is there any difference between using

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:A...Xb2oDnwTnQ&t=1
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http://www.legitreviews.com/images/r...ir_h70_019.jpg
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Originally Posted by Coldplayer View Post
I got a corsair H50 as i needed space for more ram/ram cooler and i went from a noctua NHU12P (1 fan) to the Corsair H50 push/pull. And my temps are about 4-5 degrees worse. I knew that the h50 wouldn't be that great but i though push pull at least it'd be able to keep up with my old noctua.
Are there any common installation mistakes or anything like that which would hinder the h50 performance?

Cheers

Also i seem to have got 2 retention brackets for am3 in the h50 package is there any difference between using

http://t2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:A...Xb2oDnwTnQ&t=1
or

http://www.legitreviews.com/images/r...ir_h70_019.jpg
common mistake: Not to tightening each screw in intervals.

maybe you wanna try lapping it and use a GT AP-15 to improve its performance.
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post #16316 of 28252
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Originally Posted by thrasherht View Post
no, it looks like an H70 pump and block with an H50 rad.
agreed... Antec has a nice copy cat there. Most likely junk like all their newer cases have been.

Didn't Corsair put a patient on those coolers?
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agreed... Antec has a nice copy cat there. Most likely junk like all their newer cases have been.

Didn't Corsair put a patient on those coolers?
Corsair "buys" the cooler from manufactures just like your PSU is not ever built or designed by the company... they buy it from a supplier add a few items to make it stand out (custom packaging) and then sell it under their name. Just like Major Kitchen appliances.
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Originally Posted by Magus2727 View Post
Corsair "buys" the cooler from manufactures just like your PSU is not ever built or designed by the company... they buy it from a supplier add a few items to make it stand out (custom packaging) and then sell it under their name. Just like Major Kitchen appliances.
well ya that is true, but I still figured that they would exclusive rights for selling it, I guess I just wouldn't think any one company could go in and buy 2000 unit throw their name on it and start selling the item.
post #16319 of 28252
perhaps they have different components on the inside... there are only so many practical ways to package a pump & block together... Different fluids, or metals used? different pin density?
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well ya that is true, but I still figured that they would exclusive rights for selling it, I guess I just wouldn't think any one company could go in and buy 2000 unit throw their name on it and start selling the item.
They very well might have had rights, but their contract ran out. just like att use to have exclusive rights to the Iphone, but their contract ran out and now verizon has the iphone also.
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