Corsair H150i Pro 360mm Rad Hydro Series Release and Reviews
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Corsair Should Step Up it?s Hydro Pro Cooling Game
Most of the time, we’re going to cover exciting releases that give buyers something to look forward to. On the other hand, we occasionally need to call out a product that doesn’t seem to be trying hard enough. Corsair has long been known as a leading manufacturer of CLC systems, being one of the ...
TechReport: Corsair's H115i Pro and H150i Pro CPU coolers reviewed
TechReport: Corsair's H115i Pro and H150i Pro CPU coolers reviewed The right way to mess with successA fair review. It also points-out issues I've had with earlier model Corsair AIOs. Some, but not all have been corrected with this product update.The company's past 120-mm and 140-mm fans e...
360mm rad and 280mm rad
I need 1x 360 rad and 1x 280mm radmaximum thickness for 360mm rad = 50mm280mm rad can be as thick as possiblei will be using EK extended range vardar fans for the 360mm rad (unless you have a better option)my cpu block is nickel and gpu block will also be nickelany suggestions?f...
what 360mm to fit in the front of a 350D?
Hey guys as the title states, what 360mm rad would fit with a 240mm SR1 blackice inside a 350D case '); }
Help with water loop
I am wonder if i should go dual loops or just a single. I am running dual EVGA 770 Hydro with a water cooled Asus Rampage black, water cooled 3930k and a 360mm rad. My question, would an EK Single 5.25" Bay Reservoir w/ Dual Serial DDC pumps be enough to run 1 loop, or should i go a differen...
XSPC EX 240mm rad + EX 360mm rad
Is this enough to cool a single gpu and cpu in one loop? I would plan to have the 360mm rad in the top of a 750d and the 240mm in the front. Will I get decent temps? or should I bump the 360mm rad in the top to an RX series? thanks!
Some opinions about new graphics upgrade
So I'm finally starting to run into situations where my 2 GTX 580 Hydro's aren't cutting it and decided it's time for an upgrade. Normally I'd just upgrade to dual 780 Hydro's but then I noticed that EVGA makes a 770 Hydro also. I'm about to purchase a 900D while adding a 240mm rad to by curren...
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