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Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Jetster, Feb 12, 2013.

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    Both are $80

    CORSAIR Hydro Series H100

    COOLER MASTER Seidon 240M
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    Going to bump this. Even though I think the CM one is no longer on sale. Thinking of going for WC not sure what yet
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    save a few pennies and grab an H220 from Swiftech if the CM is no longer on sale.
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    The Swiftech 220 is $140. That puts it in the price range of the CORSAIR Hydro Series H110 at $130
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    but the hydro doesn't tear apart, accept other blocks, while still maintaining a warranty. The H110 is CPU only and will stay CPU only!
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    Thanks , Ya i noticed it has a drain plug
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    or fill port depending on how you look at it;)
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    So you can add to the loop down the road? And still be under warranty
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    yes sir, that is one of the best features of the H220 systems.
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    Very nice :)

    "The Swiftech H220 takes the entire concept of AiO liquid cooling to another level by featuring enthusiast class components combined with the ability to open the loop to add components. Properly offering an open loop is far more involved than the H220’s simple inclusion of 3/8” swivel barb tubing connections, it involves the inclusion of a high head pressure pump capable of reliably keeping the flow going to added radiators and cooling blocks. A copper cooling block offers a very large, nicely polished contact surface. The Swiftech H220’s pump is far meatier than we have seen in AiO offerings, and is PWM controlled with rated speeds of 1200-3000rpm. Keeping in line with enthusiast level components, the 240mm radiator uses brass channels with copper (rather than aluminum) fins for incredible heat dissipation capabilities. Handling the airflow are two 120mm Swiftech PWM fans with a range of 800-1800rpm, capable of pushing out 55 CFM with very high static pressure of 2.29 mmH2O. In keeping the H220 quiet, the included fans top out at less than 33 dBA, but more importantly, the radiator has been designed for optimal cooling with drastically decreased noise. The Swiftech H220 comes fully assembled and filled out of the box, with included mounting hardware for all current Intel and AMD processors. The H220 is also guaranteed maintenance free for the duration of its 3-Year warranty."

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