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mi1ez 17th September 2010, 09:57 Quote
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"If you're new Alienware rig gets filled with water when the cooler explodes, you're probably not going to be buying another Alienware PC anytime soon, after all."

Should be "your new Alieanware rig".
rickysio 17th September 2010, 10:13 Quote
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Originally Posted by mi1ez
Page 2:
"If you're new Alienware rig gets filled with water when the cooler explodes, you're probably not going to be buying another Alienware PC anytime soon, after all."

Should be "your new Alieanware rig".

Should be "Alienware".
sirsiddius 17th September 2010, 10:45 Quote
Wow, great article.
For the longest time I though Asetek a part of Asus.
Kamikaze-X 17th September 2010, 11:51 Quote
i would have preferred the H70 to come as a dual 120mm rad. when they release something like that, i'll consider dropping my H50.
Tangster 17th September 2010, 12:17 Quote
Quote:
Originally Posted by mi1ez
Page 2:
"If you're new Alienware rig gets filled with water when the cooler explodes, you're probably not going to be buying another Alienware PC anytime soon, after all."

Should be "your new Alieanware rig".

Is this an intentional pun thing?:|
Yslen 17th September 2010, 13:24 Quote
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Originally Posted by Kamikaze-X
i would have preferred the H70 to come as a dual 120mm rad. when they release something like that, i'll consider dropping my H50.

I was just thinking dual 140mm would be nice :)
BlackMage23 17th September 2010, 15:08 Quote
I still have my Waterchill system.
Material 17th September 2010, 15:33 Quote
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Originally Posted by Kamikaze-X
i would have preferred the H70 to come as a dual 120mm rad. when they release something like that, i'll consider dropping my H50.

They actually looked at doing a dual 120mm cooler for OEMs but decided on a double depth, double fan 120mm unit instead (what the H70 is).

Part of this was because the latter unit was less noisy and part of this was because more OEM's will be able fit it into their cases given that not all cases come with dual 120mm radiator mountings.
Archtronics 17th September 2010, 16:17 Quote
If you actually look closly at a corsair h50 or h70 you will notice they are made by astek
Snips 17th September 2010, 17:42 Quote
The way they have perfected the closed loop water cooled cpu cooler for those who don't have the bottle (meaning me!) to water cool their rig. The "all in one" sounds very interesting especially since they have it cooling an i7 and a GTX280 at the same time.

Can you go back and say "PPWWWWWEEEEAAAAASSSSSEEEE!!!! show us" and give your best cute kitty impression? My kids use it on me all the time and dang namit, it works every time.
knuck 17th September 2010, 21:12 Quote
I had forgotten about Asetek and had no idea they were behing the H50/70. Very nice
MSHunter 19th September 2010, 12:07 Quote
They should really be working on a cooler for 480's. That would be something I would be interested in. CP we want test stats. The H70 needs to be able to cool better then high end air coolers unlike the H50 for it to be a viable option.
Sheiken 19th September 2010, 16:23 Quote
The all in one system is pretty clever!
Cyberpower-UK 22nd September 2010, 14:26 Quote
Looking forward to the debadged H70, should be a good upgrade and more versatile. Might even fit in the SG-07 in push pull.

Overall reliability is great with these units we sell loads and leaks are very rare, unlike some competing 'sealed' units.
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