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Old 21-01-14, 04:50 PM
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Corsair H105 AIO Watercooler Review



Corsair is back with a new Hydro series cooler, this time named the H105 and it comes boasting a new 38mm thick 240mm radiator

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Old 21-01-14, 05:12 PM
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This review has me tempted I must say, Now only if Corsair came out with a 360mm version but with the control of the H100i and maybe a bit thicker, I can dream
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WTF is corsair trying to pull. The core of the 105 is the same thickness as the 100 and 100i all the did was wrap the same core with a thicker mounting shroud. Look at 2:07 in the vid you can see how far away the fins are now away from the screw holes. Its the same way on both sides.
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Old 21-01-14, 08:56 PM
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WTF is corsair trying to pull. The core of the 105 is the same thickness as the 100 and 100i all the did was wrap the same core with a thicker mounting shroud. Look at 2:07 in the vid you can see how far away the fins are now away from the screw holes. Its the same way on both sides.
If this is correct how does the h105 beat the H100i in temps ? Better pump ?
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Old 21-01-14, 09:34 PM
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I cant speak on the pump. but there are a lot of contributing factors in testing rad temps, ambient temp, humidity, TIM thickness,hardware in the case.

Just look here







He said the outer shroud is 38mm and a h100 is 27 mm that gap on both sides is 10mm all day long
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Old 21-01-14, 09:40 PM
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H100I:



found here

and the H100



found here
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Old 21-01-14, 09:49 PM
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Yes the H100i also has a thicker shroud than the H100 but the CORE and TANKS is still the same thickness this is also the case with the H105. All they did was make the shroud bigger.. Just look at the pic's
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The core is bigger.. hence the better temperatures. Same pump but different aesthetic iirc as well.
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Old 22-01-14, 01:11 AM
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The core is bigger.. hence the better temperatures. Same pump but different aesthetic iirc as well.
Then explain the gap on both sides of the core on the 105.. look at the gap.
Do the math it's the same core. It's just made to look bigger
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This sounds like something Tom could figure out in a few minutes since he has both the H100i and H105 (unless he had to return the H105). Hopefully he does figure out the thicknesses of the fins in both radiators.

Just to mention it, there is a chance that Corsair decided the fins needed to be away from the edges of the casing because of screws going into the fins and damaging them on RMA'd coolers. It might cost Corsair more to fix the screw damage on all the RMA'd coolers than it costs them to just use a thicker casing.
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