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Corsair Hydro H100i Extreme CPU Liquid Cooler

calistyle 48,502 June 26, 2013 at 10:12 PM in Coupon (5) More TigerDirect Deals
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Promoted 06-27-2013 at 08:39 AM View Original Post
TigerDirect.com has Corsair Hydro H100i Extreme CPU Liquid Cooler (CW-9060009-WW) for $109.99 - $20 w/ promo code - $10 rebate = $79.99. Shipping is free. Thanks calistyle

Price Research: Our research indicates that Corsair Hydro H100i Extreme CPU Liquid Cooler from this seller is $24 lower after rebate(23% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $104. - brisar

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Edited June 28, 2013 at 12:46 AM by calistyle


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#31
Quote from SwiftDW View Post :
Bump for calistyle!

this is an awesome price, not sure why its getting passed by...
Money wise I would love to get this but on a big budget I wish I was like that when I got my taxes. Great price
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#32
Put one of these in a Bitfenix Prodigy case, set the fans to "quiet" and this thing is whisper quiet and I'm idling at 22 degrees Celsius. I didn't get over 45 running Prime 95 before overclocking. This is in Texas. Very happy with the results so far.

Unfortunately, now I realize how loud my case fans are!
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#33
Good price for a great water cooler.
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#34
Free Shipping!!! Tigerdirect never has FREE SHIPPING!!!

if they could just get rid of those rebates they would be the bomb!!!! Smilie

I know water cooling sounds cool and all.... but if you have room for the Noctua NH-D14 cooler... it's silent, cools just as well, about the same price, and no worries about water leakage. The only drawback is it's huge.
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#35
Does anyone know if TD is strict regarding their Econo shipping option (the free option)?

I would prefer to have it shipped to the office...
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#36
had these, 1 leaked rma'ed. replacement leaked again. never again i'd risk my computer!
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#37
how come its charging me almost 9 bucks for shipping?
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#38
it has mounting screw issue,do not over tighten!
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#39
I have the H80 in my Haf X case. How much improvement would I see if I were to upgrade?
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#40
Are Haswell chips worth overclocking? I've heard/read they are limited or is that only in comparison to Sandybridge and Ivybridge.

I was initially going to get a Haswell without a GPU, but then I thought I could get a steal of a deal on an i7-2600k and pair it with a decent GPU for around $100. Unfortunately the 2600k chips are not that much cheaper than the 4770k.

So far my "rig" is this:

CASE - Corsair Obsidian 350D
PSU - Corsair CX430
SSD - Plextor 128gb M5 Pro
HDD - 2 x 2TB WD Green Drives
MEMORY - 2x8GB Crucial Ballistix Tactical DDR3 1600 (1.35v)

The case is a Mirco ATX case (although its larger than I expected) and it states it can take a full water cooler: Oriented for Micro ATX and Mini ITX platforms, the Obsidian 350D's ample interior accommodates dual ODDs, dual hard drives, dual SSDs, dual full-length graphics cards, and a water cooling radiator.

I have yet to pick out my Processor and Motherboard. I live about 6 miles from Microcenter and plan on going today. What are all of your recommendations?
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#41
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I have the H80 in my Haf X case. How much improvement would I see if I were to upgrade?
A few degrees difference on load at most. Hardly any difference on idle.

Review [hardocp.com]
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#42
If anyone has trouble getting the free econo shipping option like I did just put your address in line 1 don't use line 2.
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#43
Quote from Meatwad69 View Post :
I wish I knew if this works in my Dell.

Intel Core i7-3770 3.40 GHz with Turbo Boost Technlogy up to 3.90 GHz
12 GB DDR3 1600 MHz
2 TB SATA 7200 RPM
460-watt power supply
Windows 8
16x CD/DVD burner (DVD+/-RW), write to CD/DVD
Integrated 7.1 surround sound with Waves MaxxAudio
NVIDIA GeForce GT 640 with 1 GB graphics memory (changing to my 7970)
4 USB 3.0 & 6 USB 2.0
HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI, S/PDIF, Headphone output, Microphone input, RJ-45 Ethernet Port (10/100/1000)
Bluetooth
Your CPU isn't overclocked and can't be. This is a complete waste for you.
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#44
Quote from ShIzNiTs View Post :
Are Haswell chips worth overclocking? I've heard/read they are limited or is that only in comparison to Sandybridge and Ivybridge.

I was initially going to get a Haswell without a GPU, but then I thought I could get a steal of a deal on an i7-2600k and pair it with a decent GPU for around $100. Unfortunately the 2600k chips are not that much cheaper than the 4770k.

So far my "rig" is this:

CASE - Corsair Obsidian 350D
PSU - Corsair CX430
SSD - Plextor 128gb M5 Pro
HDD - 2 x 2TB WD Green Drives
MEMORY - 2x8GB Crucial Ballistix Tactical DDR3 1600 (1.35v)

The case is a Mirco ATX case (although its larger than I expected) and it states it can take a full water cooler: Oriented for Micro ATX and Mini ITX platforms, the Obsidian 350D's ample interior accommodates dual ODDs, dual hard drives, dual SSDs, dual full-length graphics cards, and a water cooling radiator.

I have yet to pick out my Processor and Motherboard. I live about 6 miles from Microcenter and plan on going today. What are all of your recommendations?
Looking at the reviews of Haswell desktop users are not impressed. It's basically a chip geared for low-power mobile use such as notebooks. The integrated GPU only makes sense if your trying to build a HTPC or put it in a notebook where you are constrained by space/power/heat.

For gaming an i7 with the integrated GPU is a terrible mismatch. Your money is better spent on a better GPU and trying to get some savings on the cpu side since most games are GPU-constrained. Or splurge and get the best of both worlds.
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#45
I just bought one from Amazon yesterday Mad
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