Corsair H50-1 Hydro Series CPU Water Cooling - 56k NO !

Push it to the max but make sure that you keep it cool!
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Corsair H50-1 Hydro Series CPU Water Cooling - 56k NO !

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Hi guys, considering this cooler (March is my Birthday month, so gift for myself)

Landmark lists it @ roughly R900 - anyone here have experience with it.. or maybe some guides for an alternative ?
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So, happy happy to me, I finally bought this from Lanmark - must say excellent service from the chaps !
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Re: Corsair H50-1 Hydro Series CPU Water Cooling - 56k NO !

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Nice dude.

You should experiment with the fans though. On my WC setup I get better results with the fans set to blow out instead of in as it generates a lot of heat within the case. I have two front mount fans on my case blowing cold air in though, and then straight out through the radiator so that might make a difference...
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I too have been thinking of getting one.

Post your temp results. It'll be interesting to see what the before and after is.
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Let us know your results.

In a side note: People still use 56K? :/
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Re: Corsair H50-1 Hydro Series CPU Water Cooling - 56k NO !

Post by Nuke »

I have the H70. Works pretty well, it keeps my CPU under normal load on 29-30C. That is not even with the Corsair fans but with some silent CoolerMaster fans. I haven't tried overclocking yet, but I believe it will keep up well.

I found the Corsair fans are very noisy.
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