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Corsair Hydro Series H100i v2 Liquid CPU Cooler *RFB* $57@Newegg

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great configs for a medium size rig!
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Poor reviews shows $56.99 for me.
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Do NOT buy refurb corsair liquid coolers. I bought 1 and it died with in 5 months. The pump stopped working on it.
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Dont understand the reason watercooling is so popular.
I had a setup a few years ago just like this one for sale. The pump died. Had to wait for a replacement etc.... Switched it out to a noctua d15 and never looked back. On a watercooling system located inside the computer, you can reach the same temps with a noctua that will never break.


Watercooling does look amazing, but how often do you sit there staring at your computer
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Do NOT buy refurb corsair liquid coolers. I bought 1 and it died with in 5 months. The pump stopped working on it.
I've been using a refurbished h100 since late 2013, still running perfectly.
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Do NOT buy refurb corsair liquid coolers. I bought 1 and it died with in 5 months. The pump stopped working on it.
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Dont understand the reason watercooling is so popular.
I had a setup a few years ago just like this one for sale. The pump died. Had to wait for a replacement etc.... Switched it out to a noctua d15 and never looked back. On a watercooling system located inside the computer, you can reach the same temps with a noctua that will never break.


Watercooling does look amazing, but how often do you sit there staring at your computer
How do you know the pump was dead?
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I went from h100 to h100i v2. If you have some clearance issues at the top of the case the thicker radiator of the h100i v2 may cause problems. I had to remove a rear case fan in order for it to fit. Otherwise it is a great cooler.
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Bought REFURB one 3 months ago still have not install them yet. hopefully its still function.
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Been running an H50 for the last 7 years on one computer and had no issues.
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How do you know the pump was dead?
It was a swiftech brand cooler. The pump started making noises and eventually stopped working
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How do you know the pump was dead?
There is no pump noise. Corsair utility showed 0 RPM for the pump while the fans were maxed out to about 2800-3000RPM. CPU temps got as high as 100C before the PC crashed.
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Never had issue with cosair water coolers. Currently running H100i v2 and H80i v2 in my rigs and they are working great. Fans are finally making noise after 3 years, time to get some new ones.
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I've been using a refurbished h100 since late 2013, still running perfectly.
You got lucky, unlike me. It worked fine for 5 months even OC my 7600K to 4.1GHZ, but why risk it when there is higher chance of failure with refurb.
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There is no pump noise. Corsair utility showed 0 RPM for the pump while the fans were maxed out to about 2800-3000RPM. CPU temps got as high as 100C before the PC crashed.
I have used quite a few H60s. They sometimes don't work upon arrival and there is indeed sometimes that the pump suddenly stop spinning. But I have been able to fix those problems by shaking and hitting the pump very hard. It's probably just bubbles blocking the pipes or the pump.
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