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Hey there everyone! Corsair recently released H75 liquid cooler. In fact so recently, that I can't find any info on it. Does anyone know if it's good? If it's better than H55? What about H60 and H80? Basically any other corsair with 120 mm radiator.

 

Also another question. Some have coolIT pump, other have Asetek. Any idea which pump is the best?



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Hey there everyone! Corsair recently released H75 liquid cooler. In fact so recently, that I can't find any info on it. Does anyone know if it's good? If it's better than H55? What about H60 and H80? Basically any other corsair with 120 mm radiator.

 

Also another question. Some have coolIT pump, other have Asetek. Any idea which pump is the best?

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Get a decent Air Cooler


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Get a decent Air Cooler

Before anyone else comments "get a an air cooler":

 

Just to clarify, I have a very small case and I specifically need liquid cooler.


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Before anyone else comments "get a an air cooler":

 

Just to clarify, I have a very small case and I specifically need liquid cooler.

What case.


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Before anyone else comments "get a an air cooler":

 

Just to clarify, I have a very small case and I specifically need liquid cooler.

 

Even in small cases you can get a decent air cooler. What case?


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FT03 mini



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FT03 mini

 

http://uk.pcpartpick...pu-cooler-nhc14

 

Damn this is too big, back to the drawing board...



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FT03 mini

 

Do you have to use that case (aka: have you already bought it) or could you go slightly larger as the only reasonable option is this:

 

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16835118143



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Even in small cases you can get a decent air cooler. What case?

 

Do you have to use that case (aka: have you already bought it) or could you go slightly larger as the only reasonable option is this:

 

http://www.newegg.co...N82E16835118143

 

The guy wants LIQUID. What is it that you don't understand about that. There is nothing wrong with liquid and much good. It beats air for cooling at every price point.


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The guy wants LIQUID. What is it that you don't understand about that. There is nothing wrong with liquid and much good. It beats air for cooling at every price point.

 

Maybe because air can be similar preforming and CHEAPER? We are helping him, that's the point of the forums.


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Before anyone else comments "get a an air cooler":

 

Just to clarify, I have a very small case and I specifically need liquid cooler.

 

Not much info, although there is this review. If my math is right, it's only about 13 mm thinner than an H80i. You may want to consider an H50 or H55 which only have one fan and are about 52mm deep. The H75 looks to be 75mm deep and the H80ui is 88mm deep.


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Maybe because air can be similar preforming and CHEAPER? We are helping him, that's the point of the forums.

 

I agree that the point of the forms is to help and inform others. But when repeatedly informed that air is not an option, perhaps there is no need to further "inform". Air is only less expensive at the low end. Otherwise prices are fairly comparable.


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The guy wants LIQUID. What is it that you don't understand about that. There is nothing wrong with liquid and much good. It beats air for cooling at every price point.

 

No it doesn't, especially the 120mm AIO coolers, and it was not that i didn't understand that. All i said was that the cooler i posted was the best you could get in his case. And liquid definitely doesn't do better at all price points, and here are but a few examples;

 

http://linustechtips...nh-d14-or-h80i/

 

http://www.tomshardw...air-cooler.html

 

http://www.tomshardw...cooling-cooling



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No it doesn't, especially the 120mm AIO coolers, and it was not that i didn't understand that. All i said was that the cooler i posted was the best you could get in his case. And liquid definitely doesn't do better at all price points, and here are but a few examples;

 

http://linustechtips...nh-d14-or-h80i/

 

http://www.tomshardw...air-cooler.html

 

http://www.tomshardw...cooling-cooling

 

http://www.anandtech...cooler-master/4


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Not much info, although there is this review. If my math is right, it's only about 13 mm thinner than an H80i. You may want to consider an H50 or H55 which only have one fan and are about 52mm deep. The H75 looks to be 75mm deep and the H80u is 88mm deep.

I already bought the case. It's (alongside the PSU) is in my closet waiting for other parts to be bought. I was looking at liquid coolers because that's how Linus did it in his FT03 mini build and also because Silverstone was recommending it on their website. 

 

On a side note, anyone knows what GPU is the best option for that case? I was going with GTX 760 but people are telling me that it's not enough for gaming on 1080p ultra and that I need something like 680.



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Thanks for the link. From this link, it seems like the best water cooler is H80i. And that H55 isn't far behind. I honestly tempted to go with either H55 or H75 but I ve heard that H55 got some shitty pump that makes a lot of noise. H80i is supposedly a better pump.



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Thanks for the link. From this link, it seems like the best water cooler is H80i. And that H55 isn't far behind. I honestly tempted to go with either H55 or H75 but I ve heard that H55 got some shitty pump that makes a lot of noise. H80i is supposedly a better pump.

I think the H80i has the same pump as the 240mm counterparts, the H100i.


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I already bought the case. It's (alongside the PSU) is in my closet waiting for other parts to be bought. I was looking at liquid coolers because that's how Linus did it in his FT03 mini build and also because Silverstone was recommending it on their website. 

 

On a side note, anyone knows what GPU is the best option for that case? I was going with GTX 760 but people are telling me that it's not enough for gaming on 1080p ultra and that I need something like 680.

 

Based on the FT03 Mini manual I'm not sure there is room for a dual fan cooler like the H80i. You might be better off with the H60. Of course you could get an H80i and only use one fan if the other doesn't fit. Loss of the one fan apparently doesn't affect cooling a great deal.


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