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post #71 of 193 (permalink) Old 01-17-2013, 06:38 PM
 
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Kraken X40 has 1 fan, H80i has 2 fans.

CoolIT have been producing 360mm AIOs for quite some time. Unless there's an exclusivity deal, Corsair, or any other company can license it as well.

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Of course, CoolIT and Asetek aren't the only non-modular sealed liquid OEMs. Here's a 360mm AIO from another manufacturer.

Like the one above, it can only be purchsed as part of a complete PC build.

Cooler Master and Swiftech are both expected to release triple rads from their expandable AIO lines.


It may be niche but Antec, NZXT, Corsair, Enermax, Zalman and the rest would do well to release a small run of 360mm AIOs of their own.


iBuyPower Erebus GT "360mm Triple Radiator"

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Where did those come from???biggrin.gif Nice man, thanks!thumb.gif
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The thing I'm wondering is when they started designing these since it's a bit odd having the old style mounting system on what will most likely be their best performing cooler.

They're a bit older design, and the mounting system is due to it being Asetek sourced instead of CoolIT sourced. We're working on that, too. The reason they took a while to design was because we wanted to standardize the 280 to be compatible with our cases. So the H110 has the same mounting holes as the 400R, 500R, C70, 550D, 650D, and 900D. Whether they'll fit in the 400R or 550D will depend on your motherboard, but they should fit with most boards, provided the 8pin CPU cable and VRM heatsink doesn't interfere.
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They're a bit older design, and the mounting system is due to it being Asetek sourced instead of CoolIT sourced. We're working on that, too. The reason they took a while to design was because we wanted to standardize the 280 to be compatible with our cases. So the H110 has the same mounting holes as the 400R, 500R, C70, 550D, 650D, and 900D. Whether they'll fit in the 400R or 550D will depend on your motherboard, but they should fit with most boards, provided the 8pin CPU cable and VRM heatsink doesn't interfere.

OK how is it compatible with your cases.
400R, 500R, C70, 550D, 650D uses 20mm spacing and 200/300r is 15mm.

Your saying that Asetek made the rad 20mm spacing instead of the standard 15mm?

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They're a bit older design, and the mounting system is due to it being Asetek sourced instead of CoolIT sourced. We're working on that, too. The reason they took a while to design was because we wanted to standardize the 280 to be compatible with our cases. So the H110 has the same mounting holes as the 400R, 500R, C70, 550D, 650D, and 900D. Whether they'll fit in the 400R or 550D will depend on your motherboard, but they should fit with most boards, provided the 8pin CPU cable and VRM heatsink doesn't interfere.

So the press release was correct that the mounting holes are 20mm and will indeed fit current Corsair cases? Someone stated they "confirmed" it earlier today it was a misprint and the holes were spaced at 15mm like the NZXT Kraken x60.
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Haha the h100 hardly fits in my 400R with my motherboard. There's no way the h110 would ever fit.



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So the press release was correct that the mounting holes are 20mm and will indeed fit current Corsair cases? Someone stated they "confirmed" it earlier today it was a misprint and the holes were spaced at 15mm like the NZXT Kraken x60.
I confirmed it. It is 15mm spacing. I think Corsair needs to look at this again.
I'll post it again this is 15mm spacing. I used the same 140mm fans from NZXT X60.
Unless Corsair you have a mounting kit to make it 20mm, that will take away from the height spacing.

15mm Spacing no gap, fans touching.


20mm Spacing you can see a gap in between the fans.

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OK how is it compatible with your cases.
400R, 500R, C70, 550D, 650D uses 20mm spacing and 200/300r is 15mm.

Your saying that Asetek made the rad 20mm spacing instead of the standard 15mm?

We specifically tooled up the H110 with 20mm spacing for this purpose. This is why we are not first to market.
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I confirmed it. It is 15mm spacing. I think Corsair needs to look at this again.
I'll post it again this is 15mm spacing. I used the same 140mm fans from NZXT X60.

15mm Spacing no gap, fans touching.


20mm Spacing you can see a gap in between the fans.

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We specifically tooled up the H110 with 20mm spacing for this purpose. This is why we are not first to market.

Tooled it in what way? Care to show the mounting on it.
I'm sorry but nothing I see shows it 20mm spacing.

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I confirmed it. It is 15mm spacing. I think Corsair needs to look at this again.

Hey man, I know you're just trying to help, but before you "confirm" something from a press photo, I'd really appreciate a heads up or a question.

The H110 has 20mm spacing. I know because I demanded it. I know because it delayed us almost two months to build our own radiator bracket tool. I know because I specifically declined the off-the-shelf part from Asetek because it wasn't compatible with our cases.

I'm not cool with telling a guy who just bought a $200 650D that he has plenty of room for this cooler but the screwholes are 5mm off. So we watched as other people announced their products, and we were cool with that.

As for the fans, I don't know who NZXT uses. I'm sure their X60 will outperform our H110 because they've got 2000 RPM fans on theirs and we went with 1500 RPM fans. I know our fans we sourced from PowerLogic because they had a higher torque motor. We currently do not have an SP140 design.

We focused on noise/performance ratio with the H110. On an overclocked X79 platform, you'll see the H110 outperform the H100i by about 2-3 degrees, but it'll also be about 3 dBA quieter.
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