I would really like a Corsair Hydro cooler. The closed loop, no maintenance system would be great; It would be my first step into watercooling. I work at my PC all day so lower noise would be a big benefit to my sanity. Hopefully it would allow me to push my old rig up a few Mhz over my current setup!
What I like about the Hydro range is the fact it's no hassle of changing the water every 6-12 months of a custom loop, and have the chance to use RAM with high fin heatspreaders without the worry of compatability, also the warranty of 5 years is better than Corsair's competitors.
i7 4770K @ Gigabyte Z87X-UD4H G.Skill Trident 8GB 2400C10
Gigabyte GTX 780 WF OC 3GB @ 1215/3713 Corsair HX 750 PSU
Samsung 256GB SSD 830 Creative ZxR Thermalright Silver Arrow
NEC 24WMGX3 24" TFT Corsair Carbide Air 540
Performs great and looks the business.
Was very impressed when I could fit a H50 in a Sugo SG03 case!
Since then I have tried H80 and H100. Can’t see way I would use anything else
The thing I like most about the Corsair closed loop liquid cooling kits is the ability to mount the radiator to your case saving you a lot of space near your CPU so you can use RAM with large heat spreaders while still getting very good cooling for your CPU. This feature also improves airflow around the motherboard and reduces the load put on the motherboard because the waterblock and pump are much lighter than a large tower heatsink.
I've been wanting to get one of these kits for while, thanks for the awesome competition.
What i like about the Corsair Hydro series is how it's brought Water-Cooling down to affordable levels without compromising performance.
I like the build quality and performance of these coolers- which is great. I also like the top notch warranty and support that corsair offer.
These are great little units to get into watercooling without going through all the hassle of pumps, radiators, tubing, etc.
I have owned a h50. What I like about them is that they have performance on par with the best aircoolers. However they do this with a much smaller footprint. This has a two fold benefit. Firstly it means you can have equal performance in a much smaller case but also the motherboard is much less likely to get warped or damaged particularly when being transported. This is very good for lan party builds.
The thing i like most about these coolers is, well, the cooling!
these coolers define corsair as an entity.
they represent what corsairs were and are.
fans to blow along in the wind.
the water, to be blown upon.
the blackness, like the blackness of pirate hearts.
stealthy and silent like a barbary pirate.
they are, and will always be, Corsair.
yarr, pirate cat has spoken, ye drunken skallywags!
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what i like most about the Corsair Hydro Series range is that the build quality is SUPERB excellent, i know because i owned my self a vengeance gaming kit (Mouse, Keyboard, Headset) and totally are very deeply touch by it, an additional H100i to my system would make my gaming and overclocking experience reaching to a supreme level that i never been there before and i want to feel it with the best that is Corsair for me personally Corsair are definitely the best computer part and component manufacturers with a long history of building enthusiast-grade memory and components, Corsair have earned a reputation for quality, compatibility, and performance.
No Doubt about it
Heart to Corsair
Thank you Corsair and Hexus for this Awesomeness opportunity
Ooh great competition - always good to see a members' special comp!
What I like most about the Corsair Hydro Series is that it's a simple and good value way to get the performance of water-cooling with none of the risk or hard work! Which is good if you're chronically lazy and/or scared of breaking everything like me
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