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    Corsair H100 or Thermaltake CLW0217 or stick to the Zalman CNPS12X

    Hi,

    I have just got my Corsair D800 case and it is brilliant. I am running my i7 3930k at stock/idle at 35oc and load at 68oC when OC'd to 4.5Ghz (running prime 95).

    I firstly wondered if the Corsair H100 would make much difference to the cooling compared to the Zalman CNPS12X Fan? And also if anyone had tried the Thermaltake CLW0217, and if so is it better than the Corsair H100?

    Any help would be great.

    Thanks.

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      • Motherboard:
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    Re: Corsair H100 or Thermaltake CLW0217 or stick to the Zalman CNPS12X

    there is a new level experience Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler CORSAIR H100i

    you must feel the wrath with it

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    Re: Corsair H100 or Thermaltake CLW0217 or stick to the Zalman CNPS12X

    I'll look at the specs on that thanks. I ended up going for the corsair, which I have been very pleased with

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