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Got mine for 125$ so you are fine. My friend had money and he wanted quit and cool so there was no better out there.
 

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How did you obtain getting one at that price? Is this USD or Canadian?
Amazon.com! US. It was expensive, but I didn't really look up benchmarks on it. I'm expecting to get average performance, but I sort of thought a massive air cooler would be weird if I move my case around a lot, which I plan to do.
 

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Amazon.com! US. It was expensive, but I didn't really look up benchmarks on it. I'm expecting to get average performance, but I sort of thought a massive air cooler would be weird if I move my case around a lot, which I plan to do.
I ask because I've seen this go for more. I haven't seen it for $100 much. Then again, I am not looking for a new CPU cooler. LOL
 

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$103 is the cheapest price ive seen it for
 

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It's a good buy. Not really worth the premium over a h50 from my experience, but it's a very very very well made product. I tried one for a bit but came back to my old boy in the end
 

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You got a good price, so you're still ahead in my book...now use the savings to get some good fans with it


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Nah, Just pray it dont start leaking on you.

Highly unlikely, but Corsair has been REALLY cool about replacing anything affected if their product is within warranty.
 

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Not at all. I picked up mine $109.99, and even though one of my fans are mounted externally due to case limitations/thicker radiator, I love it...the fact that the tubes now twist on the pump made installation easier for me.
 
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