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    Re: Corsair launches Hydro Series H5 SF low-profile liquid CPU cooler

    It is a clever idea but I have never really been convinced by AIO water coolers for CPU only.

    I think a better solution would be to cool both CPU & GPU using 180x180 mm radiator

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    Re: Corsair launches Hydro Series H5 SF low-profile liquid CPU cooler

    Are there cases that would fit this but not a 120mm aio?
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    Re: Corsair launches Hydro Series H5 SF low-profile liquid CPU cooler

    Would love to fit this in a Lian Li PC-O5. If only I could afford that case

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    Re: Corsair launches Hydro Series H5 SF low-profile liquid CPU cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by Ttaskmaster View Post
    Also...
    "The design allows the unit to be fitted directly atop of any Mini-ITX motherboard "
    Atop, or on top of - not atop of!!!
    /Grammar-Ranty
    Checking the data on that suggests 'atop of' used to be a very popular usage, accounting for half the total usage of atop between about 1865 and 1930:
    https://books.google.com/ngrams/graph?content=atop+of%2Catop&case_insensitive=on&year_start=1800&year_end=2008&corpus=18&smoothing=3 &share=&direct_url=t4%3B%2Catop%20of%3B%2Cc0%3B%2Cs0%3B%3Batop%20of%3B%2Cc0%3B%3BAtop%20of%3B%2Cc0%3 B.t4%3B%2Catop%3B%2Cc0%3B%2Cs0%3B%3Batop%3B%2Cc0%3B%3BAtop%3B%2Cc0

    Interestingly it shows that since the 60s 'atop' has seen an large increase of usage without a corresponding increase in 'atop of' which continued it's post-1930 decline. Perhaps due to use in situations like song lyrics?

    At the end of the 'atop of' graph there's a slight rise, suggesting it may be coming back into fashion.

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    Re: Corsair launches Hydro Series H5 SF low-profile liquid CPU cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by EndlessWaves View Post
    Checking the data on that suggests 'atop of' used to be a very popular usage, accounting for half the total usage of atop between about 1865 and 1930:
    Based on figures quoted, Atop seems at least twice as popular than Atop Of, the latter almost completely handrailing the former across the time period, until the latter falls almost completely out of usage.
    But going further back to the 1600s, Atop was markedly more popular than even today, while Atop Of barely even gets a mention in most decades.

    With 'atop' generally meaning "at/on the top of", adding the extra 'of' just seems wrong... In the same way 'comprising of' does, which is an especial pet hate!!

    I generally prefer to disregard fashion, since so much of that is intentionally grammatically incorrect, in-it, mah bruv mah bludd?

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