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Old 09-06-17, 01:25 PM
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Corsair showcase their first 360mm AIO liquid cooler

Corsair has shown their first 360mm AIO liquid CPU coolers, which comes with a new, quieter pump design and the companies new ML-series fans.



Read more on Corsair's new 360mm H-series liquid cooler.

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Old 09-06-17, 01:27 PM
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*waits to see how long Dice can last without one...*

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Old 09-06-17, 01:44 PM
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*waits to see how long Dice can last without one...*

loooooool

Granted it's great that more 360mm AIOs are coming to the market, but I don't like that CPU block though, looks tacky from the pictures
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loooooool

Granted it's great that more 360mm AIOs are coming to the market, but I don't like that CPU block though, looks tacky from the pictures
I agree... I don't know why, but I get a "girly feeling" when looking at that block design.
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Old 09-06-17, 02:10 PM
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The CPU block is definitely not as attractive as the current generation or from BeQuiet, NZXT, Fractal, or others.
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*waits to see how long Dice can last without one...*

Lolz

I won't lie I am tempted by it but I'm happy with my Corsair 540 case and the only place to put this would be at the front and it would look very odd, Not forgetting to mention I'd have to buy 3 x MagLev 120mm white LED fans to go with the rest of my build which would put another £60 on top of something that is more than likely going to cost £140 so with this I think I'll pass.

A new 280mm Corsair AIO with quieter pump would be welcome though.
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Block looks like it may be removable...with the X299 mobo stuff that got announced it, would be cool to be able to 3D print your own if you're not happy with stock. Would be very curious about noise levels and performance.
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Any news on when these will be available?
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Any news on when these will be available?
Give it a chance.
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Which generation of Asetek pump is that? Is it a new one?
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