Originally Posted by kinubic
how are any of these Hydro series compared to a megahalem + sanace push pull? lol
They are just below the Noctua NH-D14 and Thermalright Silver Arrow in terms of the H50 and H70 and this one is going to be in between those two.
Originally Posted by Magus2727
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.
The thing about that is that the whole point of the Hydro series is to make an enclosed water cooling loop system that performs up there with the top high end air coolers but can fit in any case. The thing about the huge tower coolers is that they are freaking huge. You're case needs to be a certain width just to fit them but almost any case with a 120mm fan slot can fit the H50 and H70.
Giving them a 240mm rad would take away from that and require a case with a top or bottom that can support a 240mm rad.Edited by KamuiRSX - 1/31/11 at 10:57am