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Rob Williams 08-23-2009 10:35 PM

Corsair H50 Self-Contained Liquid CPU Cooler
 
It has been a little while since Corsair last released a CPU cooler, so they're hoping to successfully win everyone over with their all-in-one H50. Based on Asetek solutions, Corsair spent many months tweaking the H50 before they considered it complete, so let's find out if their hard work paid off in the end.

You can read Bill's full review of Corsair's latest cooler here and discuss it here!

Doomsday 08-24-2009 08:29 AM

Cool! bringing the idle down to 15C is ..well....Cool! lol! this be better than the CoolIT one! i hope coolermaster comes up with something like this. They r the only ones providing CPU cooling stuff here...

Rob Williams 08-24-2009 01:16 PM

Where do you see 15°C difference? While I believe this would beat CoolIT's Domino, it wouldn't have a chance against their higher-end products, but those of course cost a lot more.

Doomsday 08-24-2009 09:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Rob Williams (Post 32444)
Where do you see 15C difference? While I believe this would beat CoolIT's Domino, it wouldn't have a chance against their higher-end products, but those of course cost a lot more.

No no....i meant the idle Temp is 15C for a quad core, well 16 more like, lol! which is awesome!

and how do u get that little 'o' ,degree, sign on that temperature 15^oC thingy?! :D

Rob Williams 08-24-2009 11:52 PM

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Originally Posted by Doomsday (Post 32460)
No no....i meant the idle Temp is 15C for a quad core, well 16 more like, lol! which is awesome!

I'm jealous of the temps Bill reaches in his basement ;-) I can only dream of that here.

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Originally Posted by Doomsday (Post 32460)
and how do u get that little 'o' ,degree, sign on that temperature 15^oC thingy?! :D

To be honest, I am not sure if HTML is set to work for regular users, but to create a degree sign, the code is:

& deg ;

Don't space them out... I just had to here because it would have become a degree sign.

Doomsday 08-25-2009 07:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Rob Williams (Post 32462)
I'm jealous of the temps Bill reaches in his basement ;-) I can only dream of that here.

same here...but u be in Canada so isn't the weather really cold?! one of my cousin works in Canada and he says the Temps go low as -15C...though he works in some oil digging company...might be way up north....

b1lk1 08-25-2009 09:16 AM

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Originally Posted by Doomsday (Post 32470)
same here...but u be in Canada so isn't the weather really cold?! one of my cousin works in Canada and he says the Temps go low as -15C...though he works in some oil digging company...might be way up north....

LOL!!!

No, we don't all live in Igloos in Canada. You have to go pretty far north this time of year to see any cold weather. Where I am is in southern Ontario. I would say my relative position is about the same latitude as Detroit, Michigan. We have a normal hot summer and cold winter.

My ambient temps are rock solid due to the fact my house has a gigantic basement and I have it finished for living space. The concrete foundation is quite thick and it acts like a geothermal heat pump keeping the temperatures in my basement between 65F and 70F year round and normally it is spot on 68F.


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