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post #751 of 28303
I'm thinking I never uttered the words "add me" in any of my posts.
So, add me plz!
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post #752 of 28303
Dont worry, I got you a while back

@looser101: Thanks for the link

@RogueThink: Sounds like a good fan setup - keep the high CFM fan pushing. So long as it's CFM after travelling through the radiator is less than 130CFM then you're not bottlenecking. I'm sure you dont need telling that a 190CFM fan will be EXTREMELY loud

@Deegan: Nice temps

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90 members now
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Hey can I be a member of this elite club........can I please please!
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Im building a computer and I am trying to decide if I should get the h50 or the Noctua NH-U12P SE2. I have not done watercooling before that's why I am nervous about it because I would be worried it would leak.I have seen a lot of positive reviews on the h50 though and not have seen many reports of leaks.
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Im building a computer and I am trying to decide if I should get the h50 or the Noctua NH-U12P SE2. I have not done watercooling before that's why I am nervous about it because I would be worried it would leak.I have seen a lot of positive reviews on the h50 though and not have seen many reports of leaks.
Aelan, You are right that the closed loop never will leak for years to come. but I am wondering how long years the pump unit will be running? I hope its permanent.
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Hey can I be a member of this elite club........can I please please!
IM sure that can be arranged. BTW welcome to OCN
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Thanks for the hint looser101: +1
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Im building a computer and I am trying to decide if I should get the h50 or the Noctua NH-U12P SE2. I have not done watercooling before that's why I am nervous about it because I would be worried it would leak.I have seen a lot of positive reviews on the h50 though and not have seen many reports of leaks.
The Corsair is still kinda new, but no doubt Corsair picked Asetek based on quality and performance. I think the Corsair H50 will be a good choice for you.
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post #760 of 28303
Just a little mod to make the H50 stand out more in my case.



Just used some green UV coil wire, very happy with the results since the wire only cost £2.20. hope you like

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