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Newegg.com has Corsair Hydro Series H100i v2 Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler (Refurbished) on sale for $59.99. Shipping is free w/ Shoprunner or Newegg Premier, otherwise shipping is $7.99. Thanks sr71
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Fans are loud when turned up, but I mean, I knew that going in. If you've looked at any of the reviews for this model, well, Corsair doesn't exactly include their best fans with any of their AIOs. My unit had a few slightly bent rad fins, but no biggie, I can live with that.




Kraken G12. I believe that the G10 will not fit without removing the octagonal PCB casing, but I don't have one around to find out. See this excellent post: http://www.overclock.net/t/148701...t_26392821
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Picked one up last time and put it on my 1080 ti. Overclocked to 2100, power limit set to 375W, and running Superposition, I hit 55C max. And that's with the fans running at minimum speed too. Turn the fans up and that'd be more like 45C. Stock cooler on my Aorus card would bounce off the 90C temperature limit on the same test with fans on max.

Only one year warranty though, but I assume the usual Corsair warranty applies, where they'd reimburse you for whatever gets damaged if the cooler does end up leaking within warranty.
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Picked one up last time and put it on my 1080 ti. Overclocked to 2100, power limit set to 375W, and running Superposition, I hit 55C max. And that's with the fans running at minimum speed too. Turn the fans up and that'd be more like 45C. Stock cooler on my Aorus card would bounce off the 90C temperature limit on the same test with fans on max.

Only one year warranty though, but I assume the usual Corsair warranty applies, where they'd reimburse you for whatever gets damaged if the cooler does end up leaking within warranty.
Forgive me if this is a dumb question, I haven't touched a 1080 yet.
Which bracket do you use to attach the liquid cooler to your Gtx 1080 ?
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Picked one up last time and put it on my 1080 ti. Overclocked to 2100, power limit set to 375W, and running Superposition, I hit 55C max. And that's with the fans running at minimum speed too. Turn the fans up and that'd be more like 45C. Stock cooler on my Aorus card would bounce off the 90C temperature limit on the same test with fans on max.

Only one year warranty though, but I assume the usual Corsair warranty applies, where they'd reimburse you for whatever gets damaged if the cooler does end up leaking within warranty.
Have you had any issues with the refurb? Is the pump/fans loud?
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Have you had any issues with the refurb? Is the pump/fans loud?
Fans are loud when turned up, but I mean, I knew that going in. If you've looked at any of the reviews for this model, well, Corsair doesn't exactly include their best fans with any of their AIOs. My unit had a few slightly bent rad fins, but no biggie, I can live with that.


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Forgive me if this is a dumb question, I haven't touched a 1080 yet.
Which bracket do you use to attach the liquid cooler to your Gtx 1080 ?
Kraken G12. I believe that the G10 will not fit without removing the octagonal PCB casing, but I don't have one around to find out. See this excellent post: http://www.overclock.net/t/148701...t_26392821
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Fans are loud when turned up, but I mean, I knew that going in. If you've looked at any of the reviews for this model, well, Corsair doesn't exactly include their best fans with any of their AIOs. My unit had a few slightly bent rad fins, but no biggie, I can live with that.




Kraken G12. I believe that the G10 will not fit without removing the octagonal PCB casing, but I don't have one around to find out. See this excellent post: http://www.overclock.net/t/148701...t_26392821
That's pretty nice, didn't know non-reference cards could be water cooled as well. Do you lose the backplate though? I read somewhere that it couldn't be screwed in
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Have you had any issues with the refurb? Is the pump/fans loud?
I replaced the fans on my refurb unit but they are PWM so you can lower RPMs in bios/software to reduce noise. The unit/pump itself looked brand new and came in a sealed box...very nice and i didnt see any signs of use. If it didnt have the refurbished sticker on it i couldnt tell it was a refurb. I bought corsair refurbs before with no issues. they do a great job at least repackaging them and as far as longevity i cant tell but my unit is been going for 6 or so months.
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Forgive me if this is a dumb question, I haven't touched a 1080 yet.
Which bracket do you use to attach the liquid cooler to your Gtx 1080 ?
those brackets will only cool the gpu not the memory modules. those are cooled by the small fan included so they are air cooled. I think with the 1080 hybrids, evga started to cool the memory modules as well as the core via the liquid cooling block. same goes for corsair/msi and i think gigabyte waterforce. so you may be better off getting a hybrid vs going the bracket route unless you already have a card
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Have you had any issues with the refurb? Is the pump/fans loud?
I have two Corsair dead within 6 months recently, one new one rfb, both were lump failure
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These are really just for the "cool factor" as they don't run THAT much cooler than a performance fan/heat sink. This is a bit risky though, sometimes the tubes will pop and spill coolant. Imagine two years later your computer gets destroyed and it's not covered under warranty anymore.
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I had a Corsair liquid cooler fail on me once but I can say it was my fault. I neglected to clean the dust off of the radiator (for about 5 years) and it eventually clogged the entire surface which led to overheating, and eventually a pump failure. I was getting random shutdowns and never expected that was the cause. No leakage whatsoever though and no damage to my trusty ol' i5-2500K which is still running in an old machine on air.
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Excuse my ignorance, so of I got this for my cpu, and then an RX Vega with blower, the internal temps would probably be pretty good huh? But it would probably heat my room.
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Wow not a bad price! Paid $107+tax in June. Been running fine on my i7-7700K. I clean it and clean my fans regularly though.
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