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corsair h100i watercooler £77.88 @ Amazon

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Oxygene
It still got fans...

Are you for real?

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#1
Good price for a great cooler!
#2
It still got fans...
10 Likes #3
Oxygene
It still got fans...

Are you for real?
#4
Oxygene
It still got fans...

Remove them then it won't have fans. Or you can wait for them to dematerialise on their own.
1 Like #5
Oxygene
It still got fans...
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lol epic mate, you will find most if not all watercooling solutions have rads and fans.

May I recommend a watercooling 101 class
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cooling/2007/08/22/watercooling_101/1
#6
Oxygene
It still got fans...


Coming up next, how long can your CPU cooler last without fans to exhaust the heat?
1 Like #7
I thought I could connect it to my central heating :)
#8
fantastic cooler - just a word of warning be carefull if you do a firmware update on the controller - i killed my first one doing an update but corsair replaced it under warranty after i returned it - i did have to pay return shipping and their service center is in the netherlands but it was a quick turn around
#9
Shall I get this or the noctua NH-D14 Fan cooler? I am looking for a quiet OC setup.
1 Like #10
A word of warning about this great cooler.

The cooling is very good, BUT, the fans are not very quiet. Out of the box, it's a bit like a plane taking off at boot and under load. You can address this through using the Corsair Link 2 by using the Quiet profile, but obviously that will reduce the cooling. Therefore, if noise is important to you, be careful with your choice here. I got the H80i at the weekend and it uses the same fans and when it ramps up, its way too loud. Luckily for me, I have a couple of Noctua's lying about so will swap them out, but if you were to buy these, you would need to add another £20 per fan.

Also, if you are tight on space in the case, note that the water pipes are not mega-flexible. So don't expect them to pull round in impossible angles.

That aside, these are great coolers. Good price too.
#11
Randomman, see my post above, Noctua all the way for quiet. I had the Noctua NH-U12, which is basically the 12cm version, and it was almost silent. Great cooling too.
1 Like #12
How does this work? Do you have to connect it to your mains water pipe? Is it something I could do my self? Ive always wanted ice cold drinking water straight out the tap
#13
TBH these things are pretty noisy for watercooling, which voids the full point of them, well they are small so thats a bonus i suppose.

But id recommend a Noctua over this anyday, its basically silent but you will need lowprofile ram.
#14
Hpi_matrix
How does this work? Do you have to connect it to your mains water pipe? Is it something I could do my self? Ive always wanted ice cold drinking water straight out the tap

You having a laugh? It has special liquid inside that takes the heat back to rad and the rad cools it down with the fans and then circulates to keep everything cool.
#15
seanmorris100
Hpi_matrix
How does this work? Do you have to connect it to your mains water pipe? Is it something I could do my self? Ive always wanted ice cold drinking water straight out the tap

You having a laugh? It has special liquid inside that takes the heat back to rad and the rad cools it down with the fans and then circulates to keep everything cool.

I get that but does it connect at the mains water pipe somewhere or on my kitchen tap?
#16
Hpi_matrix
seanmorris100
Hpi_matrix
How does this work? Do you have to connect it to your mains water pipe? Is it something I could do my self? Ive always wanted ice cold drinking water straight out the tap

You having a laugh? It has special liquid inside that takes the heat back to rad and the rad cools it down with the fans and then circulates to keep everything cool.

I get that but does it connect at the mains water pipe somewhere or on my kitchen tap?

No the fluid is locked inside it doesnt connect anywhere lol, the rad goes inside the case and the heatsink on the CPU, its fully closed, doesnt connect to anything.
#17
randomman
Shall I get this or the noctua NH-D14 Fan cooler? I am looking for a quiet OC setup.

The NH-D14 is one of the quietest coolers around. However, I am a huge fan of the AIO coolers like this. The internal USB controller means that you can adjust noise levels on the fly and have specific profiles for gaming. The other thing I really like about AIO coolers, is they exhaust all of the heat from your system rather than blowing

If you upgrade the stock Corsair fans to Noctua ones (or one of the many cheaper near-silent alternatives), this will be the dogs back wheels. The stock fans sell quite well on ebay as plenty of people like to buy them to set up a push/pull config.
1 Like #18
seanmorris100
TBH these things are pretty noisy for watercooling, which voids the full point of them, well they are small so thats a bonus i suppose.

But id recommend a Noctua over this anyday, its basically silent but you will need lowprofile ram.

I have the H100 and the pump is near-silent. I upgraded the fans and the whole setup is almost inaudible.
#19
randomman
Shall I get this or the noctua NH-D14 Fan cooler? I am looking for a quiet OC setup.

As mentioned the Noctua is way less noisy, but is bigger, read my comment above.
#20
Angry_B
seanmorris100
TBH these things are pretty noisy for watercooling, which voids the full point of them, well they are small so thats a bonus i suppose.

But id recommend a Noctua over this anyday, its basically silent but you will need lowprofile ram.

I have the H100 and the pump is near-silent. I upgraded the fans and the whole setup is almost inaudible.

Lol upgraded the fans :\ So you paid near £100 when the Noctua is £50............... this is a deal site yno?

Edited By: seanmorris100 on Jul 15, 2014 15:13
#21
Angry_B
seanmorris100
TBH these things are pretty noisy for watercooling, which voids the full point of them, well they are small so thats a bonus i suppose.

But id recommend a Noctua over this anyday, its basically silent but you will need lowprofile ram.

I have the H100 and the pump is near-silent. I upgraded the fans and the whole setup is almost inaudible.

I have a H100 too. Which fans did you use to upgrade? I'd love my H100 to be quieter on full speed.
1 Like #22
seanmorris100
Angry_B
seanmorris100
TBH these things are pretty noisy for watercooling, which voids the full point of them, well they are small so thats a bonus i suppose.

But id recommend a Noctua over this anyday, its basically silent but you will need lowprofile ram.

I have the H100 and the pump is near-silent. I upgraded the fans and the whole setup is almost inaudible.

Lol upgraded the fans :\ So you paid near £100 when the Noctua is £50............... this is a deal site yno?

firstly, I gave an opinion. Any idiot could have looked to see which was cheapest, I assume he wanted more feedback than that though or he wouldn't have asked the question (I appreciate your attitude, you are clearly a credit to this community with your insight)

Secondly, I got a H100 a while ago for around the same price as the Noctua. I am not a fan of big air coolers, I don't like the stress they put on the motherboard and I prefer the fact that AIO coolers pump all the heat out of the case which reduces ambient temps. After the upgraded fans, I probably spent an extra £20 over the Noctua, which I am fine with for the reasons already stated.

I get a stable OC on my 3570K @4.6Ghz, which never goes above 60 degrees. There is no strain on my motherboard and the ambient temps are rock solid. I know that the consistency is better with AIO coolers and they are less susceptible to problems when the room temps change.

Value is more than price. But whatever, I am not getting into an argument over this, I was just expressing an informed opinion

Edited By: Angry_B on Jul 15, 2014 15:24
#23
SilkySean
Angry_B
seanmorris100
TBH these things are pretty noisy for watercooling, which voids the full point of them, well they are small so thats a bonus i suppose.

But id recommend a Noctua over this anyday, its basically silent but you will need lowprofile ram.

I have the H100 and the pump is near-silent. I upgraded the fans and the whole setup is almost inaudible.

I have a H100 too. Which fans did you use to upgrade? I'd love my H100 to be quieter on full speed.
SilkySean
Angry_B
seanmorris100
TBH these things are pretty noisy for watercooling, which voids the full point of them, well they are small so thats a bonus i suppose.

But id recommend a Noctua over this anyday, its basically silent but you will need lowprofile ram.

I have the H100 and the pump is near-silent. I upgraded the fans and the whole setup is almost inaudible.

I have a H100 too. Which fans did you use to upgrade? I'd love my H100 to be quieter on full speed.

I used these Aerocool Dead Silence fans and combined them with a Coolermaster Wind Ride fan controller. The fan controller is no longer available to buy, but it probably isnt necessary. I only bought it because it was a fiver.

Edited By: Angry_B on Jul 15, 2014 15:27
#24
Oxygene
It still got fans...
Hpi_matrix
seanmorris100
Hpi_matrix
How does this work? Do you have to connect it to your mains water pipe? Is it something I could do my self? Ive always wanted ice cold drinking water straight out the tap

You having a laugh? It has special liquid inside that takes the heat back to rad and the rad cools it down with the fans and then circulates to keep everything cool.

I get that but does it connect at the mains water pipe somewhere or on my kitchen tap?
lol there will always be people to bait the pc master race
#25
Hpi_matrix22 minutes ago #12
How does this work? Do you have to connect it to your mains water pipe? Is it something I could do my self? Ive always wanted ice cold drinking water straight out the tap

Giving you the benefit of the doubt as I can see that someone who does not know about these things could easily see the title and assume that this is a device to cool water , it is not. This device uses liquid to cool the CPU inside a computer. The heat is transferred from the CPU to the attached Radiator and the radiator is cooled by the attached fans. These are normaly used by people who overclock their CPU's to get better performance.
1 Like #26
I have had three of these 1st one was leaking as i opened the box, 2nd one pump failed after a week, and now the third one, the blue led has stopped working after a year which is the color i want to match my motherboard in a windowed case , To RMA back to corsair in the netherlands will cost me about £25. :|

This is a good price though i paid 99 quid for mine, just hope you get a reliable one though
#27
randomman
Shall I get this or the noctua NH-D14 Fan cooler? I am looking for a quiet OC setup.
Given the choice, if the case is wide enough, I fit the NH-D14 and save £15 to put toward a better CPU or better motherboard, though a big disadvantage of them is that, being relatively massy, they are a potentially ruinous **** if you have to transport the PC (and can't do it carefully yourself). They are quick and easy to fit, one of the bigger draws to them, so I just remove mine during transporting, keep the supplied tool clipped to the bottom of the case. With the fan speed reducers I can't hear the Noctua fans, the microphone doesn't pick it up; my PSU though runs passively without fan up to 40% load, and still sensible temps when overclocking. I am keen to try the H105i, at some point, if temperatures from Broadwell next Spring allow for high overclocks at sane 24/7 temps at quiet settings (I do video work over night and need quiet or I wouldn't sleep, plus fan noise from office computers lulls me to sleep during the working day so... I am perhaps overly sensitive).
#28
See what Flubit says....
#29
DivideByZero
A word of warning about this great cooler.

The cooling is very good, BUT, the fans are not very quiet. Out of the box, it's a bit like a plane taking off at boot and under load. You can address this through using the Corsair Link 2 by using the Quiet profile, but obviously that will reduce the cooling. Therefore, if noise is important to you, be careful with your choice here. I got the H80i at the weekend and it uses the same fans and when it ramps up, its way too loud. Luckily for me, I have a couple of Noctua's lying about so will swap them out, but if you were to buy these, you would need to add another £20 per fan.

Also, if you are tight on space in the case, note that the water pipes are not mega-flexible. So don't expect them to pull round in impossible angles.

That aside, these are great coolers. Good price too.

/agreed

I got this cooler and the fans were bloody insane. I replaced them with two Noctuas.
#30
Why wouldn't you upgrade the fans? Your comments are bloddy stupid. Silence isn't the only point of an AIO unit. What if you do t have low profile RAM or your case isn't wide enough for a big air cooler? What if you don't want a point of dust attraction by having a fan in the middle of the mobo? What if you don't have a rear exhaust fan?

There's could tless possibilities you might want to get this.

Don't forget that if you didn't upgrade the fans on this and opted for an air cooler, its more than likely you would get two after market fans to put in place of where the h100 would be, so really by getting this and upgrading fans you're in turn not needing to buy 2 case fans so really... It makes no difference. (If you want to tell me you'd spend £60 on an air cooler and not get additional case fans, you're stupid)
#31
I have two aerocool dead silence fans on my H110, best fans going for the price (quieter than the noctuas) although they aren't PWM. They're about £12 for 120mm versions
#32
Angry_B
seanmorris100
Angry_B
seanmorris100
TBH these things are pretty noisy for watercooling, which voids the full point of them, well they are small so thats a bonus i suppose.

But id recommend a Noctua over this anyday, its basically silent but you will need lowprofile ram.

I have the H100 and the pump is near-silent. I upgraded the fans and the whole setup is almost inaudible.

Lol upgraded the fans :\ So you paid near £100 when the Noctua is £50............... this is a deal site yno?

firstly, I gave an opinion. Any idiot could have looked to see which was cheapest, I assume he wanted more feedback than that though or he wouldn't have asked the question (I appreciate your attitude, you are clearly a credit to this community with your insight)

Secondly, I got a H100 a while ago for around the same price as the Noctua. I am not a fan of big air coolers, I don't like the stress they put on the motherboard and I prefer the fact that AIO coolers pump all the heat out of the case which reduces ambient temps. After the upgraded fans, I probably spent an extra £20 over the Noctua, which I am fine with for the reasons already stated.

I get a stable OC on my 3570K @4.6Ghz, which never goes above 60 degrees. There is no strain on my motherboard and the ambient temps are rock solid. I know that the consistency is better with AIO coolers and they are less susceptible to problems when the room temps change.

Value is more than price. But whatever, I am not getting into an argument over this, I was just expressing an informed opinion

Less troll please.....

Stress on the motherboard? LOL please who is this guy? They put no stress on the motherboard at all they are built to do this........ what kinda motherboard do you buy? £30 stuff?

Please guys dont listen to this guy he hasnt got a clue.

If you want a quiet cooler look at the Noctua not this as its nowhere near as quiet.
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seanmorris100
Angry_B
seanmorris100
Angry_B
seanmorris100
TBH these things are pretty noisy for watercooling, which voids the full point of them, well they are small so thats a bonus i suppose.

But id recommend a Noctua over this anyday, its basically silent but you will need lowprofile ram.

I have the H100 and the pump is near-silent. I upgraded the fans and the whole setup is almost inaudible.

Lol upgraded the fans :\ So you paid near £100 when the Noctua is £50............... this is a deal site yno?

firstly, I gave an opinion. Any idiot could have looked to see which was cheapest, I assume he wanted more feedback than that though or he wouldn't have asked the question (I appreciate your attitude, you are clearly a credit to this community with your insight)

Secondly, I got a H100 a while ago for around the same price as the Noctua. I am not a fan of big air coolers, I don't like the stress they put on the motherboard and I prefer the fact that AIO coolers pump all the heat out of the case which reduces ambient temps. After the upgraded fans, I probably spent an extra £20 over the Noctua, which I am fine with for the reasons already stated.

I get a stable OC on my 3570K @4.6Ghz, which never goes above 60 degrees. There is no strain on my motherboard and the ambient temps are rock solid. I know that the consistency is better with AIO coolers and they are less susceptible to problems when the room temps change.

Value is more than price. But whatever, I am not getting into an argument over this, I was just expressing an informed opinion

Less troll please.....

Stress on the motherboard? LOL please who is this guy? They put no stress on the motherboard at all they are built to do this........ what kinda motherboard do you buy? £30 stuff?

Please guys dont listen to this guy he hasnt got a clue.

If you want a quiet cooler look at the Noctua not this as its nowhere near as quiet.

air coolers does put stress on boards, not every board is strong as 200£ boards and not every case offers proper support for fixing holes what can cause crack on your pcb over time or bend it slightly if there is 1kg cooler hanging horizontaly, also air gets heated up in case quicker and other parts are getting hotter! If you are into performance and hard overclocking then h100i is for you, if not then any air cooler will do the job, besides not every one is worried about noise,swapping fans will not just be quiter but also loose its cooling performance! Air coolers will perform better then aio coolers in no or mild overclocking, but once the vcore are bumped high enough, ther is no air cooler that can stand next to decent aio.
#34
You sound like the troll seanmorris100, wind your neck in dude. You're being cheeky and obtuse, maybe you work for Noctua lol. The weight of air coolers certainly IS an issue if you're building PC's and transporting them, DPD would destroy a PC with after market air cooling in a heartbeat. Why is a £30 motherboard any more likely to fail than a £150 one? The sockets would be identical, no? Granted the Noctua would run quieter, but if you're "into" your PC's then you're likely to look for more balanced fans if the noise annoys using liquid cooling.
#35
TonyRoma2010
You sound like the troll seanmorris100, wind your neck in dude. You're being cheeky and obtuse, maybe you work for Noctua lol. The weight of air coolers certainly IS an issue if you're building PC's and transporting them, DPD would destroy a PC with after market air cooling in a heartbeat. Why is a £30 motherboard any more likely to fail than a £150 one? The sockets would be identical, no? Granted the Noctua would run quieter, but if you're "into" your PC's then you're likely to look for more balanced fans if the noise annoys using liquid cooling.


"The sockets would be identical, no"
The answer is not necessarily .
If the motherboard is of decent quality and the air cooler is installed correctly (comes with a backplate for security) then safe transportation would be fine (although I guess if you planned to ship it around a lot a water system might be preferable).
#36
randomman
Shall I get this or the noctua NH-D14 Fan cooler? I am looking for a quiet OC setup.

don't own a nuctua so can't comment but i have a Gelid Solutions GX-7 it's excellent air cooler and I'm thinking about sending my duff h100i back and flogging the replacement and using it again.

aio are nice though bought mine because of the low profile and wanted show off my motherboard in the windowed case i have but the reliability issues have really put me off.
#37
shkapars
seanmorris100
Angry_B
seanmorris100
Angry_B
seanmorris100
TBH these things are pretty noisy for watercooling, which voids the full point of them, well they are small so thats a bonus i suppose.

But id recommend a Noctua over this anyday, its basically silent but you will need lowprofile ram.

I have the H100 and the pump is near-silent. I upgraded the fans and the whole setup is almost inaudible.

Lol upgraded the fans :\ So you paid near £100 when the Noctua is £50............... this is a deal site yno?

firstly, I gave an opinion. Any idiot could have looked to see which was cheapest, I assume he wanted more feedback than that though or he wouldn't have asked the question (I appreciate your attitude, you are clearly a credit to this community with your insight)

Secondly, I got a H100 a while ago for around the same price as the Noctua. I am not a fan of big air coolers, I don't like the stress they put on the motherboard and I prefer the fact that AIO coolers pump all the heat out of the case which reduces ambient temps. After the upgraded fans, I probably spent an extra £20 over the Noctua, which I am fine with for the reasons already stated.

I get a stable OC on my 3570K @4.6Ghz, which never goes above 60 degrees. There is no strain on my motherboard and the ambient temps are rock solid. I know that the consistency is better with AIO coolers and they are less susceptible to problems when the room temps change.

Value is more than price. But whatever, I am not getting into an argument over this, I was just expressing an informed opinion

Less troll please.....

Stress on the motherboard? LOL please who is this guy? They put no stress on the motherboard at all they are built to do this........ what kinda motherboard do you buy? £30 stuff?

Please guys dont listen to this guy he hasnt got a clue.

If you want a quiet cooler look at the Noctua not this as its nowhere near as quiet.

air coolers does put stress on boards, not every board is strong as 200£ boards and not every case offers proper support for fixing holes what can cause crack on your pcb over time or bend it slightly if there is 1kg cooler hanging horizontaly, also air gets heated up in case quicker and other parts are getting hotter! If you are into performance and hard overclocking then h100i is for you, if not then any air cooler will do the job, besides not every one is worried about noise,swapping fans will not just be quiter but also loose its cooling performance! Air coolers will perform better then aio coolers in no or mild overclocking, but once the vcore are bumped high enough, ther is no air cooler that can stand next to decent aio.

Whats the point in putting any aftermarket heatsink on a crappy PC?

I mean if you dont get a decent motherboard then you obv dont wanna decent CPU either. Your point is totally void, these heatsinks are made for decent motherboards, they dont expect you to fit them to a £30 motherboard :\

Also air is fine for up to 4.8GHz on my IvyI5K and never goes over 65C and is still silent! The Noctua cools better than this H100i also so your talking poop again.

Only custom loops can beat something like the Noctua NH - D14, Noctua know their ****, there are quite a few that are on par with it these days though but apart from the similar heatsinks only custom loops work better but cost like 4x as much.......

The H100i is a poor mans water cooling and tbh its ok but not that great specially for noise.

If you dont believe me go to youtube and compare them both................
#38
shkapars
air coolers does put stress on boards, not every board is strong as 200£ boards and not every case offers proper support for fixing holes what can cause crack on your pcb over time or bend it slightly if there is 1kg cooler hanging horizontaly
While I don't really care about the wider debate, this point is nonsense. Motherboard PCBs require a lot more force than even the largest air coolers will produce to cause damage, especially with the additional backplates they come with. If you could find even a single example of a motherboard buckling under the strain of supporting a CPU cooler over time, I'd be beyond impressed.
#39
Got a refurb for £62.52 from Scan, very happy with it. Haven't swapped the stock fans yet, but they're quiet enough on the 'quiet' setting.
Fractal R4 case with this & 8 HDD's, the drives make the most noise!
#40
Hpi_matrix
seanmorris100
Hpi_matrix
How does this work? Do you have to connect it to your mains water pipe? Is it something I could do my self? Ive always wanted ice cold drinking water straight out the tap

You having a laugh? It has special liquid inside that takes the heat back to rad and the rad cools it down with the fans and then circulates to keep everything cool.

I get that but does it connect at the mains water pipe somewhere or on my kitchen tap?

You should stick to console gaming

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