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    Default Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    We're looking at the Corsair Hydro H80 120mm and H100 240mm self-contained liquid cooling units that come from an impressive pairing between Corsair and CoolIT.

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    Click http://www.pureoverclock.com/article1409.html for the full review.

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    Good Coolers as I see it. I have a H60 already and it works fine for me. At least for my mid level OC Needs.
    One thing that I did notice is that the H100 scored at 10% cooler than the H80 did. Seems to me that it should have done better with double the RAD area to work with. Does this indicate that rad area is not so important?

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    Quote Originally Posted by realneil View Post

    One thing that I did notice is that the H100 scored at 10% cooler than the H80 did. Seems to me that it should have done better with double the RAD area to work with. Does this indicate that rad area is not so important?
    yes it is but it doesn't gain 50% even if it is double the size, big rad surface area can dissipate more heat at low fan speed.

    example if you have the H80's fan at 2000rpm to maintain the temp at 60c then you can run the H100 fans at 1500rpm and still have the temp at 60C.

    These coolers are high density fins, therefore they love high RPM fans, just look at the fan specs.

    Take a look at my rads review, big thicker rads outperform all thin rads.

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    Vincent, you made a statemet top quality air coolers are considerably less expensive. They really aren't. ToP AIR COOLERS ARE $75-$100 MAKING THESE PRETTY SWEET.

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Vincent, you made a statemet top quality air coolers are considerably less expensive. They really aren't. ToP AIR COOLERS ARE $75-$100 MAKING THESE PRETTY SWEET.
    Anyone thats not a heavy overclocker would be very happy with either one, as the both perform very well.
    The 240mm remember was not in a push pull configuration Like the thicker 120mm

    So apples to apples with the 240mm in a push pull in my opnion would have faired even better.

    I guess your right $110.00 to $115.00 is not what I would call a considerable difference I stand corrected.
    And yes an excellent buy.

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    Lets not forget the the H100's Rad is not as thick as the H80's Rad. $ fans in a push pull configuration also show better cooling.

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Vincent, you made a statemet top quality air coolers are considerably less expensive. They really aren't. ToP AIR COOLERS ARE $75-$100 MAKING THESE PRETTY SWEET.
    I'm a little confused as to what makes you say these are "pretty sweet" in that context. Say in a high end comparison, the Phanteks PH-TC14PE and Noctua NH-D14 will come in at the same price as the H80 and less than the H100. Judging by the numbers, both provide significantly better cooling than either of the Corsair units, and neither is noticeably any louder.

    Going a step further, I would have to wonder how these two would stack up in terms of performance with, say, a $49.00 Cooler Master Hyper 612 PWM if benched back to back in the same build.

    Not singling out your statement, DrDeath, making a generalization regarding the fascination with these self-contained pre-fab liquid coolers. They are certainly no match for what a lot of the members here are doing with liquid, and get held in the same regard by much of the public and far overrated on their actual cooling abilities.

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    I'm a little confused as to what makes you say these are "pretty sweet" in that context. Say in a high end comparison, the Phanteks PH-TC14PE and Noctua NH-D14 will come in at the same price as the H80 and less than the H100. Judging by the numbers, both provide significantly better cooling than either of the Corsair units, and neither is noticeably any louder.

    Going a step further, I would have to wonder how these two would stack up in terms of performance with, say, a $49.00 Cooler Master Hyper 612 PWM if benched back to back in the same build.

    Not singling out your statement, DrDeath, making a generalization regarding the fascination with these self-contained pre-fab liquid coolers. They are certainly no match for what a lot of the members here are doing with liquid, and get held in the same regard by much of the public and far overrated on their actual cooling abilities.
    I reviewed coolers for a while and have a Hyper 212+ which is only a few degrees better than a 612. They do not compete. Any cooler $50 or under may cool "decent" for air but will fall way short of these self comtained. They are pretty decent....

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    I just noticed something on temp charts, when I tested both coolers there was only a 1-2c difference between the H80 & the H100 underload with a 990X at 4.6GHz and the cooler at high setting. Idle temps showed a 1-3c difference so I'm not sure why he's showing a 5c difference at idle, and a 4c difference underload.
    We have a members using H100 & H80 coolers, can you guys please post your temps at idle and undedrload.

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    I'm a little confused as to what makes you say these are "pretty sweet" in that context. Say in a high end comparison, the Phanteks PH-TC14PE and Noctua NH-D14 will come in at the same price as the H80 and less than the H100. Judging by the numbers, both provide significantly better cooling than either of the Corsair units, and neither is noticeably any louder.

    Going a step further, I would have to wonder how these two would stack up in terms of performance with, say, a $49.00 Cooler Master Hyper 612 PWM if benched back to back in the same build.

    Not singling out your statement, DrDeath, making a generalization regarding the fascination with these self-contained pre-fab liquid coolers. They are certainly no match for what a lot of the members here are doing with liquid, and get held in the same regard by much of the public and far overrated on their actual cooling abilities.
    I have a H80 here, and I'm also expecting two Phanteks coolers that have the same design as the Noctua D14. I have a special review coming up for Cooler Master, once that has been published I'll test the air coolers against the H80 and post the results.

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    Quote Originally Posted by Doctor_Death View Post
    I have a H80 here, and I'm also expecting two Phanteks coolers that have the same design as the Noctua D14. I have a special review coming up for Cooler Master, once that has been published I'll test the air coolers against the H80 and post the results.
    I will be looking forward to seeing those results. Should be an interesting read with your take on it.

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    Stan, do you want me to send you the Scythe Susanno to have our second best cooler to throw in the mix.

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    No, no! Send it to me!

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    Quote Originally Posted by Drdeath View Post
    Stan, do you want me to send you the Scythe Susanno to have our second best cooler to throw in the mix.
    That would certainly make it even more interesting. The PH-TC14PE is constantly tested against the NH-D14 and frequently against the H100, but I have yet to see anyone throw the Susanoo into the mix.

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    Default Re: Corsair Hydro H80 and H100

    nzxt havik 140 is better

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fractal design define xl corsair h80

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fractal design xl corsair hydro

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h80 fractal design xl
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installing h100 in atcs 840
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re pairing hydro pump

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