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Old 05-31-2011, 02:40 PM   #1
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Thumbs up Corsair H80 And H100 on the way

I'm all over the h100.
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I wonder if that H100 will fit in the top of my Lian-Li case.......
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Old 05-31-2011, 02:46 PM   #3
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I wonder if that H100 will fit in the top of my Lian-Li case.......
I think it should. If you have room for 2x120mm fans.
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Old 05-31-2011, 02:58 PM   #4
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Nice find, Im thinking that H100 will be a nice addition
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I think it should. If you have room for 2x120mm fans.
I thought it used 2X140mm fans, hence a 240 rad
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Why is the H100 supposed to cost $200 when the H80 is only $110? $90 seems like a massive jump in price for the difference there.
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F that noise....I'll spend $40 more and make my own system that'll kick it's a**
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Ya, thats what I'm saying. The H100 would start looking really attractive at about $100, but $200? I just don't think it is worth it,
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Why is the H100 supposed to cost $200 when the H80 is only $110? $90 seems like a massive jump in price for the difference there.

yep $200 is gettting pretty close to custom water, I think they will price themselves out of the market there.

I got the H70 for $90, to me thats a lot of cooling / $
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Missed the prices, that is a bit high... Someones got to get it and test it out though
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Old 05-31-2011, 09:02 PM   #11
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Why is the H100 supposed to cost $200 when the H80 is only $110? $90 seems like a massive jump in price for the difference there.
$90 for that...a standard-thickness, 240mm radiator.
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Old 05-31-2011, 11:32 PM   #12
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I thought it used 2X140mm fans, hence a 240 rad
A 240mm rad is 2 x 120mm fans. A 280mm rad is 2 x 140mm fans.

As far as pricing goes, we all know that MSRP only lasts about a week. I would imagine street price will end up around $150, however, you can get the Rasa kit for less than that and it gives you some flexibility. But the point to all of the H series coolers is ease of use, plus they have that new monitoring built in, so for some the price will be justified. I will hold judgement until it is tested and we see the real price of the unit.
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Old 05-31-2011, 11:46 PM   #13
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Yea, there must be something special about the block and pump on the H100. Anyways, some nice things coming out this venture between Corsair and CoolIt.
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Old 06-01-2011, 06:51 AM   #14
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$200, I don't think so:

http://www.directron.com/cwch100.html?gsear=1

That's the right price there.

And you will notice it's regular price is $149, not $199, so at regular price it's decent, at $104.99 it's great.
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dang, that is the sweet spot. Now I'm really interested to see some performance graphs.
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Kiddin' me? I just ordered a H70 the other day. I may be returning it and getting the H100 at $105!

Scratch that, I'd have to get really creative to find a way to mount that long rad in my case. I can easily put a H70 or H80 in there. I can't imagine the H80 being that much better than the H70...but, I could be wrong...
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That H100 looks nice, would have that over the equivalent CoolIt A.L.C product any day.
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how long are those hoses?
im wondering if the rad could be mounted on one of my front intake fans so i dont have to mess with the airflow of my case
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Man....I want one but the top of my case has 2 140's and I don't feel like putting dinky 120's up there

and remember when a 92mm fan was the sh*t
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Kiddin' me? I just ordered a H70 the other day. I may be returning it and getting the H100 at $105!

Scratch that, I'd have to get really creative to find a way to mount that long rad in my case. I can easily put a H70 or H80 in there. I can't imagine the H80 being that much better than the H70...but, I could be wrong...
The H80 doubles the thickness of the rad over the H70, so theoretically it should perform better, but it really depends on your CPU and overclock. SB, probably not, but 1366 I7's, probably would.
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