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This has since the launch of the similar H100, been the king of all in one 240mm liquid coolers. This is regarded as extreme cooling for your CPU to allow overclockers and enthusiasts to keep their core temperatures low. Although this is a refurbished unit, there are excellent reviews up on their website. Free delivery also.

Corsair H100 also available for £44.99
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#1
Not bad, I'd be tempted to pay the extra £20 for a brand new one with the full 5 Year warranty.
#2
Paid £70 via flubit for a new one last week. It actually came directly from Amazon with a gift receipt, 3 days after ordering - pretty quick for a flubit order. Some moan that it is difficult to install with screwholes threading etc, but I found it a doddle (maybe some people are a little hamfisted and overtighten, or maybe having a Corsair case and easy access to the back of the motherboard made it easier). My temps with 4770k went from 41C idle/82C load with Intel fan/heatsink to 27C idle/51C very heavy loading.

Edited By: monkeyhanger75 on Jul 31, 2014 13:40
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monkeyhanger75
Paid £70 via flubit for a new one last week. It actually came directly from Amazon with a gift receipt, 3 days after ordering - pretty quick for a flubit order. Some moan that it is difficult to install with screwholes threading etc, but I found it a doddle (maybe some people are a little hamfisted and overtighten, or maybe having a Corsair case and easy access to the back of the motherboard made it easier). My temps with 4770k went from 41C idle/82C load with Intel fan/heatsink to 27C idle/51C very heavy loading.
i found with my h80i that the screws they provided where a little on the short side to accommodate a fan grill (my case has a removable one) and it was very easy to strip the screw hole on the radiator very easily. all i would suggest is be careful and take this into account when fitting it.
#4
On a side note, any one got any tips for using one of these for better cooling? Does anyone else use the fans as an exhaust or intake and where about's do they mount the radiator and fans?
#5
tetrasync
On a side note, any one got any tips for using one of these for better cooling? Does anyone else use the fans as an exhaust or intake and where about's do they mount the radiator and fans?

I'd mount at the top of the case, as an exhaust PUSHING the air through the radiator. If you so wish, you could go for a push/pull config but I wouldn't advise this for the temperature/price ratio - not worth it
#6
The instructions say that a pull configuration is better than a push one, and going the whole hog with push/pull had negligible gains on the table of set-up types. Pull configuration does make sense in principle, you're sucking air in from outside the case to exchange heat with the radiator. Assuming the air outside the case is cooler than that inside the case, you'll get more efficient cooling. You'll also get more air passing over your graphics card on the non-fanned side of it (albeit slightly warmed, as it'll be the radiators exhaust).

Mount at the top of your case if you have the room. Installation was a cinch fir me as my case (Corsair Carbide 540) was built for this H100i. Go Flubit and aim for 12% discount over the Amazon price for a new one.

Edited By: monkeyhanger75 on Jul 31, 2014 15:57: additional info.
banned#7
tetrasync
On a side note, any one got any tips for using one of these for better cooling? Does anyone else use the fans as an exhaust or intake and where about's do they mount the radiator and fans?


Really depends which case you have?
#8
xela333
tetrasync
On a side note, any one got any tips for using one of these for better cooling? Does anyone else use the fans as an exhaust or intake and where about's do they mount the radiator and fans?

Really depends which case you have?

Corsair Carbide 300R. I currently have the H100i mounted at the top of the case in an exhaust configuration. Given the fact I didnt want to be pulling in loads of dust from the top of my case as thats the most exposed area, hence not running it as an intake, I'm sure intake would be better since the air outside the case will be cooler. CUrrently getting idle temps of around 31 and high load of around 45, not pushed it to the max though. Only played Watchdogs on top notch graphics really.
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tetrasync
xela333
tetrasync
On a side note, any one got any tips for using one of these for better cooling? Does anyone else use the fans as an exhaust or intake and where about's do they mount the radiator and fans?

Really depends which case you have?

Corsair Carbide 300R. I currently have the H100i mounted at the top of the case in an exhaust configuration. Given the fact I didnt want to be pulling in loads of dust from the top of my case as thats the most exposed area, hence not running it as an intake, I'm sure intake would be better since the air outside the case will be cooler. CUrrently getting idle temps of around 31 and high load of around 45, not pushed it to the max though. Only played Watchdogs on top notch graphics really.

That's perfect that way it is. You would only see a very small difference in temps if you changed them to intakes. Keep it the way it is.
#10
tetrasync
xela333
tetrasync
On a side note, any one got any tips for using one of these for better cooling? Does anyone else use the fans as an exhaust or intake and where about's do they mount the radiator and fans?

Really depends which case you have?

Corsair Carbide 300R. I currently have the H100i mounted at the top of the case in an exhaust configuration. Given the fact I didnt want to be pulling in loads of dust from the top of my case as thats the most exposed area, hence not running it as an intake, I'm sure intake would be better since the air outside the case will be cooler. CUrrently getting idle temps of around 31 and high load of around 45, not pushed it to the max though. Only played Watchdogs on top notch graphics really.

I have pull configuration and idle temp is 29/30C, overclocked 29% (ASUS ROG profile on my motherboard), I might try push config if there's only a degree in it as the front intakes on my case have a magnetic paper filter to keep the dust out, my top intake (as it is set up) does not.

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