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    Default Corsair Hydro Series HG10 GPU Liquid Cooling Bracket

    Corsair®, a worldwide leader in high-performance PC hardware, today announced the Hydro Series™ HG10 GPU cooling bracket, a powerful new accessory that gives gamers the opportunity to replace a stock graphics card cooler with any of Corsair's Hydro Series liquid CPU coolers. The resulting upgrade unleashes the GPU's hidden graphics performance by reducing GPU temperatures by as much as 50°C (122F), cutting down on droning fan noise, reducing GPU throttling, and boosting overclocking potential. In conjunction with the new HG10, Corsair also premiered new LED-infused versions of its award-winning Air Series™ SP120 and SP140 static pressure fans in five different colors — red, white, blue, green, or purple.

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro Series HG10 GPU Liquid Cooling Bracket

    Nice! This will be interesting to see. Looks like NZXT's G10 series bracket sparked some interest in this arena and before you know it, we are going to have everything jumping on thsi band wagon. lolz

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro Series HG10 GPU Liquid Cooling Bracket

    Quote Originally Posted by Solara2xb View Post
    Nice! This will be interesting to see. Looks like NZXT's G10 series bracket sparked some interest in this arena and before you know it, we are going to have everything jumping on thsi band wagon. lolz

    Exactly. Everyone that makes a AIO will now release a bracket for GPUs. Good Job NZXT! You created an entirely new market for people to copy you in!
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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro Series HG10 GPU Liquid Cooling Bracket

    If they make it,.......

    LOL!

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro Series HG10 GPU Liquid Cooling Bracket

    I actually like the look of this bracket set a lot better than the NZXT kit. It makes less of a big deal about itself and sits closer to the GPU itself making it much more discrete. I DO question the noise levels of the blower style fan, though if it's Corsair then chances are they tuned that damn thing to move ALL of ze air without most of the noise, or at least have it tuned to provide reasonable performance if you keep the fan speeds down.

    If only there was a vendor we could go through to GET Corsair products apart from Corsair :-/. I'd love to take a look at more of their products... there's so many of them and us not really being able to cover them I don't think does our readers justice because they have so many different products in so many different segments of the market. I mean granted it is what it is and we can't possibly get EVERYTHING to review, I just wish we could bring more Corsair product analysis to the viewership :-/.

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro Series HG10 GPU Liquid Cooling Bracket

    Everybody wants to get into the act!

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro Series HG10 GPU Liquid Cooling Bracket

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Exactly. Everyone that makes a AIO will now release a bracket for GPUs. Good Job NZXT! You created an entirely new market for consumers to make really bad choices in!
    Fixed that for ya.....

    Cooler Master 240L/Swiftech H220 + universal GPU block + VRM sinks - ~$200
    Cooler Master 240L/Swiftech H220 + full cover block + 2 barbs - ~$260

    H100i + H80i + HG10 - ~$240 (oh, that's going to sound nice under load.....)

    Add in another $20 or so for a 360L, or XSPC kit if you feel so inclined.

    More mediocre components don't equal up to just putting in good components to begin with.

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro Series HG10 GPU Liquid Cooling Bracket

    perhaps this will evolve in to dedicated GPU AIO solutions?

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro Series HG10 GPU Liquid Cooling Bracket

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    Fixed that for ya.....

    Cooler Master 240L/Swiftech H220 + universal GPU block + VRM sinks - ~$200
    Cooler Master 240L/Swiftech H220 + full cover block + 2 barbs - ~$260

    H100i + H80i + HG10 - ~$240 (oh, that's going to sound nice under load.....)

    Add in another $20 or so for a 360L, or XSPC kit if you feel so inclined.

    More mediocre components don't equal up to just putting in good components to begin with.

    Hey those are your words not mine. It does not necessarily mean it is a bad choice.

    From a pure performance standpoint i would agree with you. Still does mean it is a bad choice. Not everyone is ready for or want to deal with any kind of open loop. The convenience of a closed loop can easily outweigh the added performance benefits of an open loop for some. It may not be the best option for you or me but it will be the right choice for many. I think they will need to be very careful on which AIO they decide to use. Go cheap and it will be loud. I dont think the h100i will be that loud either on a gpu. The 295x2 uses a single 120mm solution across 2 gpus so a 240mm AIO on a single GPU should be fine. Just MHO.
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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro Series HG10 GPU Liquid Cooling Bracket

    The H series coolers are only loud when you run the fans at full RPM. Control your fan speeds and the noise levels drop a LOT without sacrificing very much total performance at all. Most all of our heat sink testing shows that beyond a certain RPM range your cooling solution won;t net any more benefits that are worth the awful noise that gets emitted. I also agree with the ease-of-access argument since I know of a LOT of my friends who like the idea of water cooling but are either too scared or too broke to want to implement it themselves. Granted this option is a tad more expensive than an open loop, but it's so much easier for a casual system builder since you don't need any maintenance on sealed liquid coolers, and by the time the pump fails on you there'd be something else bigger and better out for you to use anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberburnout View Post
    Hey those are your words not mine. It does not necessarily mean it is a bad choice.

    From a pure performance standpoint i would agree with you. Still does mean it is a bad choice. Not everyone is ready for or want to deal with any kind of open loop. The convenience of a closed loop can easily outweigh the added performance benefits of an open loop for some. It may not be the best option for you or me but it will be the right choice for many. I think they will need to be very careful on which AIO they decide to use. Go cheap and it will be loud. I dont think the h100i will be that loud either on a gpu. The 295x2 uses a single 120mm solution across 2 gpus so a 240mm AIO on a single GPU should be fine. Just MHO.
    Wasn't being serious, Sandy....well....maybe a little......

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro Series HG10 GPU Liquid Cooling Bracket

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    Wasn't being serious, Sandy....well....maybe a little......


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