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post #111 of 133
The updated pics on Corsair's website looks much better.

They have specs of the H60 radiator size but not the H50 radiator. Does anyone know how they compare in size? I have a super small case.
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post #112 of 133
I don't see the point. This is just to similar to the previous models! I'd like to see a 240 model. That I would be tempted to try!
 
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post #113 of 133
so according to the naming i see it as h50<h60<h70
h50= big block/pump, normal rad
h60= small block/pump normal rad
h70= small block/pump big rad
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post #114 of 133
Quote:
Originally Posted by twich12 View Post
so according to the naming i see it as h50<h60<h70
h50= First Gen Pump/pump, normal rad
h60= Second Gen Pump (rev B)/pump normal rad
h70= Second Gen Pump (rev A)/pump big rad
Fixed...

The pump is the only difference between the H50 and the H60... but the pump is being done by another manufacture (per OP link) then the H70 so the design should be similar but may be different. So on the H70 it was a radiator that is 2 times as thick but with a second generation pump design from the same supplier as the H50.
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post #115 of 133
Just to point out...the H50 might be $80 at Newegg, but it's been "on sale" for at least 5 months now at Best Buy for $59.99.
I've been extremely happy with my H50. Of course, I added some above-average fans and a fan controller to the mix, but it still cost me less than a custom loop. And besides, everybody should have a fan controller!
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post #116 of 133
Pre-filled kits = Fail imo...
post #117 of 133
Well, I survived with a H50 when no tower cooler could fit in my old SG02. So these kits do have their places, and are decently powerful for their size
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post #118 of 133
I am starting to hate Corsair marketing tricks. All they had to do is keep the H50 and just release another with 240 rad and 2 fans. The temp difference between H50 and H70 is not justifying the price, or upgrading anyway.
    
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post #119 of 133
If they release a 240 rad, a lot of profit would be lost due to it not fitting in most people's cases. It's just more logical from a business perspective to continue refreshing an already successful product line.
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Quote:
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If they release a 240 rad, a lot of profit would be lost due to it not fitting in most people's cases. It's just more logical from a business perspective to continue refreshing an already successful product line.
How much in design/effort would be lost to stick a 240 radiator on the H70.... and call it a H90?

There are lots of 240 radiators that would fit, or they could just manufacture a 240... sell it for $120-130 and there are many who would buy it. $120 for a better to full custom WC loop that carries a life time warranty full replacement warranty on any damage to it and or related PC components. I would upgrade!

Perhaps a poll should be made on a bunch of websites for a "free" independent study if people would buy such a thing and if so how much would they pay for it.

There is a small percentage of people that would buy it, yes. But the cost of design and development would be negligible.
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