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    Is this a good deal for a water cooler?

    Corsair H70 http://www.tigerdirect.com/[email protected]

    I'm currently using a Cooler Master 212 Evo. How would this compare to the H70?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jholdaway View Post
    Corsair H70 http://www.tigerdirect.com/[email protected]

    I'm currently using a Cooler Master 212 Evo. How would this compare to the H70?
    Are you not happy with your current results?

    If you want Liquid cooling just for the sake of having it then I'd look at the H55 or H80i, depending on budget. Performance wise H55/Hyper 212 there won't be much difference though.
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    I was really just curious. If I did switch to water cooling it would be the H100i. But is that a decent price for the H70? I got to talking to a guy in Best Buy last week about him having me build his son a gaming computer for his birthday. I've been thinking about hitting him up on the offer since I could use a little extra cash.

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    Just remember that you need to add a fan or 2. The h70 core comes without any fans.
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