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So Reviews aren't facts? Reviews that included 955 and 965?
Talk about revisionist history. rolleyes.gif
This ain't the place for this topic however since it's for the HYDRO series Coolers. Not the FX Series CPU. I'm going off the reviews and the reviews show that clock for clock it's not worth buying an FX CPU if you're already on a higher end Phenom II. You can't argue with that because regardless of your feelings the price to performance ratio doesn't warrant the purchase.
You're acting like I'm anti AMD. Please just reign it in and let it go. I have facts and they're well known. It's not like I'm saying anything new on the subject. Tryin to save a guy a couple hundred is not a criminal offense. So please chill. You don't like what I say here then PM me and make your case. Leave it out of the thread please. Can we now get back to the topic? mellowsmiley.gif
*Edit* Official Review thread.
But yeah I don't have any facts right? wave2.gif
~Ceadder smil3dbd4e4c2e742.gif

You're right....this isn't the thread for that. So I'll leave you with one last fact. Those same reviews you talk about, are they "clock for clock" comparisons as you keep using when talking about which is better? Or "stock vs stock"? (hint I already know the answer)
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Stop playing the "I gotta have the last say" guys... seriously, lol.

The other night I was testing my 1055T at 4.0 ghz with 1.51v and saw my cores hit about 48-50c using the H60 with GT 2150's. I want to add a shroud but then it'll hover over my VRM's and I'll have to remove 1 of the 2 fans from my side panel.
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Modified H40 loop using the H50 copper cpu block and the radiator from the H50 and H40. thumb.gif

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Stop playing the "I gotta have the last say" guys... seriously, lol.
The other night I was testing my 1055T at 4.0 ghz with 1.51v and saw my cores hit about 48-50c using the H60 with GT 2150's. I want to add a shroud but then it'll hover over my VRM's and I'll have to remove 1 of the 2 fans from my side panel.

I was actually having the same exact problem a few weeks ago before my proc switch out the shroud covered the heatsinks right of the processor

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you could always grab up a tiny fan and stick it right on the heatsink. I would have done that but my heat sinks all linked together and there is a lot of air flow in my case so I didn't worry too much

also I suppose I will have to be taken off the h50 list guiltysmiley.gif when I put in my new processor I decided to try the phanteks.

but its memory will live on in my buddy's machine cooling his 2500k thumb.gif
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Modified H40 loop using the H50 copper cpu block and the radiator from the H50 and H40. thumb.gifWarning: Spoiler! (Click to show)
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Nice! Not using a reservoir?
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Just a question, would the H70 fit into the Storm Enforcer case? I'm assuming it would?

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I made a reservoir using a bud light superbowl aluminum bottle, but I couldn't get a good seal on the bottom fitting. The aluminum is too thin and flexes too much. I'm trying to figure out a solution or new idea (trying NOT to buy a res since I just want to tinker).
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Originally Posted by Bubba Hotepp View Post

I checked....the warranty on the corsair hydro series is 2 years.
Edit - Belay my last, That's on the h50 & h70
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•Hydro Series™ (Models H60, H80, and H100) have a 5 year warranty
•Hydro Series (Models H50 and H70) have a 2 year warranty
•Air Series™ products (Models A50 and A70) have a 2 year warranty

The H40 also only has a 2 year warranty.

The H70 Core has a 5 year warranty:

http://www.corsair.com/en/cpu-cooling-kits/hydro-series-water-cooling-cpu-cooler/hydro-series-h70-core-high-performance-liquid-cpu-cooler.html

They no longer manufacture the H50, so it's only while supplies last.

H40, H60, H70 Core, H80 and H100 are the Hydro series now.

So basically, the entire new Hydro series except the H40 have 5 year warranties. The H40 only has a 2 year warranty, possibly due to the rubber hoses used instead of the low permeability tubing, but we can't be sure.
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Hey guys, , quick question about these cooling system, I'm new to building computers bare with me please.
Do all the coolers in the Hydro Series use liquid? I noticed that the type of certain Cosair Coolers are either "CPU Block" or "Liquid Cooling System." Example the H60 Cooler is type CPU Block and the H80 Cooler is type Liquid Cooling System. What's the difference? Where does the water go or is there water at all? I notice there's fans and a tube, so does the tube just blow air through the tube to the CPU?

The entire Hydro series are liquid coolers. "water block, CPU block, liquid block, pump/block" are all referring to the same thing (closed loop water coolers have their pump located inside the block).

The entire system is full of water (thus "Hydro series"), and the pump/block pumps the water through a hose, into the rad and back to the pump through another hose. It's a closed loop system, so requires no maintenance. Very similar to the way the radiator in your car works. The fan(s) are used to push air through the rad to cool it down.
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Originally Posted by Krusher33 View Post

Stop playing the "I gotta have the last say" guys... seriously, lol.
The other night I was testing my 1055T at 4.0 ghz with 1.51v and saw my cores hit about 48-50c using the H60 with GT 2150's. I want to add a shroud but then it'll hover over my VRM's and I'll have to remove 1 of the 2 fans from my side panel.

From what I've seen, a shroud will only give you one or two degrees if you see any improvement.
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Originally Posted by Bubba Hotepp View Post

Modified H40 loop using the H50 copper cpu block and the radiator from the H50 and H40. thumb.gif

Nice paint. Are you sure that pump is strong enough for two rads? What load temp improvement did you get? How long does it take your temp to stabilize?
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I made a reservoir using a bud light superbowl aluminum bottle, but I couldn't get a good seal on the bottom fitting. The aluminum is too thin and flexes too much. I'm trying to figure out a solution or new idea (trying NOT to buy a res since I just want to tinker).
You could go back to the old days when WC first started and use tupperwares.
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From what I've seen, a shroud will only give you one or two degrees if you see any improvement.

5 degrees for me actually. I had to remove the shroud due to VRM's not getting cooled.

Besides... I'm pushing it to the limit here... kinda need anything I can get.
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Wow, 5c is really high for adding a shroud.
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