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post #22421 of 28471
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Originally Posted by pc-illiterate View Post

the h100 supposedly pumps 2 lpm, or 30 gph, according to corsair. a small 'real' pump puts out roughly/about 100 gph.
the corsair units are fine if you want loud expensive cooling and not big heatsink air cooling. i loved my h100 but it cant compare with a real loop (H220).

It does at the Highest setting, a big upgrade compared to the old pumps.... thumb.gif
post #22422 of 28471
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Originally Posted by mavisky View Post

I actually added a standalone custom loop for my two gpu's, and I wasn't expecting that sort of flow from this Corsair unit, but this is just absurdly low. After opening it up I can see why though as the pump itself is teeny tiny and half of the internals are taken up by the pcb and the connectors for the temp sensor and motor itself. I'd have rather the block been another 1/2" taller and paid another $10 into the price for the pump had I known the flow rate would be THIS weak.
I ran it in about every configuration possible, the only thing I didn't try was to see how much it would actually pump without a radiator, mainly because that information really isn't relevant. If it's a firehose without a rad and a trickle with one, then who cares, it's the performance in a complete loop we're concerned about, not how fast it can drain a bucket.

Its more relevant than you think because RADs dont produce hardly any drag, but a clogged one can really give a bad impresson on the pump lol. I have had a corsair aio unit have some copper clogging the Rad fitting right out of the box before. Not really mad about it, the test them all, I think it broke loose during shipment. And how "fast it can drain a bucket" directly affects how it performs in a loop and it is the best measure of how it performs, GPM, LPM, Head pressure, Lift height, PSI, it all matters! Just trying to help.... rolleyes.gif
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post #22424 of 28471
Bought some new SP fans to my H100i and exhaust AF fan to case, now matches to color scheme smile.gif

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Thankyou so much! biggrin.gif
post #22426 of 28471
Tonza that cable management is superb!
And that colour co-ordination.
I'm very jealous.
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Caint wait to get mine looking clean, still have to install the PSU but im almost done setting up my full parrallel system, I have a Modded H100i's for the CPU and the third GPU(HD6970), and H70's for the first two GPUs(HD6990) biggrin.gif

post #22428 of 28471
That res is crazy!

Heres my much less impressive build...
That cable management took me an hour to do and it looks awful frown.gif


Edited by Sir Amik Vase - 3/9/13 at 11:51am
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post #22429 of 28471
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That res is crazy!

YEP and so am I! A Bacardi 151 bottle and about a Gallon of coolant running threw that system! A 12v Flowjet industrial pump that still moves about 60GPH @ a quiet 5 volts! biggrin.gifthumb.gif




post #22430 of 28471
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Yeah that was the first thing I tried, thanks for your suggestion though. Looking at the LGA on my board I can see some pins in the bottom left are a bit bent. Could that be causing the PCIE slot to fail? Could I have over tightened the the H55 causing it to crush pins?

How did this turn out? How bent were the pins? I wouldn't have thought you could damage a cpu or socket by tightening one of these coolers, but I suppose it's possible.
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