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oh god. more Competition dies. Now we get left with $200-$300 cost for items that do the same thing. Guess we can all wait to see when gigabyte, Asus and the rest fall to em.
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oh god. more Competition dies. Now we get left with $200-$300 cost for items that do the same thing. Guess we can all wait to see when gigabyte, Asus and the rest fall to em.
???

What are you talking about? CoolIt wasn't really making any money.

$200 - $300??? The H50 is still around $60 and the H70 is around $92. If you paid $200 - $300 USD on your H50/H70, someone really overcharged the hell out of you.

As far as I'm aware, ASUS, Gigabyte, and whomever else don't have self contained liquid cooling system available. If they do, I apologize as I have never seem them listed on their website nor anywhere else for that matter. In fact, the self contained liquid cooling systems are pretty much a niche market just for people who want cooling that can compete with the high end air coolers but not want the huge tower coolers in their case or can't fit them.
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???
If you paid $200 - $300 USD on your H50/H70, someone really overcharged the hell out of you.
or paid the early bird rip off (aka launch price gouging)

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As far as I'm aware, ASUS, Gigabyte, and whomever else don't have self contained liquid cooling system available. If they do, I apologize as I have never seem them listed on their website nor anywhere else for that matter. In fact, the self contained liquid cooling systems are pretty much a niche market just for people who want cooling that can compete with the high end air coolers but not want the huge tower coolers in their case or can't fit them.
but cooler master has(had)

with the growing number of SFF enthusiast these AIO systems are a bliss not to mention it provides a safer watercooling alternative and bling factor.

I'd like more of these AIO gpu coolers as it would be a nice alternative to loud stock coolers
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or paid the early bird rip off (aka launch price gouging)



but cooler master has(had)

with the growing number of SFF enthusiast these AIO systems are a bliss not to mention it provides a safer watercooling alternative and bling factor.

I'd like more of these AIO gpu coolers as it would be a nice alternative to loud stock coolers
Yeah Cooler Master did have one that was terrible but they are coming out with another but it's not on the market as of yet. As of right now, you can really only buy CoolIt (where in stock) and Corsair until Cooler Master actually decides to launch their new one.
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post #45 of 53
I like the cut of your jib, George.

I hope Corsair can adopt the Omni ALC. The idea is brilliant, if only the cost were lower for the consumer. Corsair's brand power has the potential to push a lot of these units.
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Crap. Asetek > CoolIt. I hope Corsair does some extensive testing on whatever units CoolIt makes. I would hate to see Corsair's legendary warranty put to the test because their new products start leaking.
    
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post #47 of 53
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Crap. Asetek > CoolIt. I hope Corsair does some extensive testing on whatever units CoolIt makes. I would hate to see Corsair's legendary warranty put to the test because their new products start leaking.
Corsair will remain partners with Asetek.
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Originally Posted by SgtBigRig View Post
oh god. more Competition dies. Now we get left with $200-$300 cost for items that do the same thing. Guess we can all wait to see when gigabyte, Asus and the rest fall to em.
What?

Competition is coming to the market in many different ways; that $200-$300 price bracket is fought for by companies like XSPC & Swiftech.

Corsair wouldn't launch into that market as they would have no chance in the DIY market at that point. Especially with the performance of these coolers.

Cooler Master & Antec both have coolers coming to the market which are going to compete against the H Series from Corsair.
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Crap. Asetek > CoolIt. I hope Corsair does some extensive testing on whatever units CoolIt makes. I would hate to see Corsair's legendary warranty put to the test because their new products start leaking.
Only took a few days for the slander to show up; as far as I've seen you've yet to provide proof that the ECO ALC & Vantage actually had major leaking issues.
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Corsair will remain partners with Asetek.
Yes, but the H60 is made by CoolIT
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post #49 of 53
Not just the leaking though.

The Eco ALC had serious mounting issues, which CoolIt said didn't exist, and they got caught faking reviews on OcUK to make it look a lot better than the H50.
    
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post #50 of 53
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Originally Posted by Tator Tot View Post
Yes, but the H60 is made by CoolIT
Yeah, I know. It sounded like he thought corsair was switching OEMS.
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