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|21st May 2010, 16:19||#1|
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Corsair H50 Review
The alternative, apart from LN2 or other very esoteric cooling types, is to go water cooling. However water cooling can be a bit of a minefield if you're new. Many types of tubing, fittings, radiators etc etc all mean that, assuming you've got the room in your case and the time to leak test and the swathes of cash necessary, it's still a bit adventure.
So what if you want something different from the norm? What if you could combine the qualities of a water-cooling setup, with the price of a good air-cooler?
Enter Corsair with the H50, designed in combination with Asetek. Does it really offer everything?
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