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Corsair H105 gets review and is tested
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Default Corsair H105 gets review and is tested - 01-30-2014, 09:48 | posts: 21,699 | Location: Guru3D testlab

Bigger, bolder, rougher and tougher, we review Corsair's new Hydro H105 liquid cooler. The H105 features a 240 mm radiator that is thicker then normal, with a 38 mm thickness. As comparison the H100 ...

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Default 01-30-2014, 09:58 | posts: 13,907 | Location: USA

Nice review. Glad to see thicker radiators on these AIOs. I also see the Noctua NH-D14 still holding its own.
   
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Default 01-30-2014, 20:08 | posts: 579 | Location: Old England

I thought this could've performed a little better but I should've known by the model number that it wasn't going to be as good as my H110.
   
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Default 01-30-2014, 23:10 | posts: 61 | Location: Swiss

Yea my Nh-d14 stills kickass lol don't see a real reason to go water unless you want space and quiet !
   
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Default 01-31-2014, 00:48 | posts: 7,221 | Location: Dubai

Nice!
   
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Default 01-31-2014, 01:55 | posts: 10,934 | Location: United kingdom

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Yea my Nh-d14 stills kickass lol don't see a real reason to go water unless you want space and quiet !
Custom water blows the Noctua away along with any other air cooler, dont assume that AIO water coolers are the same as a highend custom setup.
This rad looks about the same thickness as a MCR rad which is quite good, still not a patch on the RX360 and Thermochill range of rads.

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Custom water blows the Noctua away along with any other air cooler, dont assume that AIO water coolers are the same as a highend custom setup.
This rad looks about the same thickness as a MCR rad which is quite good, still not a patch on the RX360 and Thermochill range of rads.
I don't think anyone assumes an AIO is the same as a custom water cooling set up. Besides being a fraction of the cost and effort, they are basically just for folks looking for something that works just fine with moderate overclocking versus stuffing a big old air cooler dumping heat in your case.
   
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Default 01-31-2014, 02:28 | posts: 16,959 | Location: US East Coast

Not really impressed....


   
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Default 01-31-2014, 08:51 | posts: 492 | Location: 30.0000 S, 25.0000 E

Cant believe how well the Nh-d14 actually performs !
   
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Default 01-31-2014, 09:42 | posts: 5,690 | Location: Timisoara, Romania

looks like my NZXT is a great product..the bigg radiator has it's benefits.
   
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