Corsair updates their self contained watercoolers and not just with an 'i' at the end

Subject: Cases and Cooling | February 13, 2013 - 07:20 PM |
Tagged: corsair, Hydro Series, H80i, H100i, watercooling, Corsair Link

The updated Hydro Series coolers, the H80i and H100i both feature all new tubing that might not be much more flexible than the previous models but offers improved flow rates.  As well these coolers are now able to be controlled via Corsair's Link technology, allowing you to either set the LED colour displayed or to use it as a real time temperature indicator.  As you would suspect the H100i is the larger of the two units, the H80i being 120 x 38 x 152mm and the H100i measuring 275 x 120mm x  27mm with both supporting up to four fans via the Link software.  [H]ard|OCP saw an improvement from the previous models which you can read about in their full review.

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"Corsair updates its aging H80 and H100 performance liquid CPU coolers, with the new H80i and H100i models. Changes include a new cold plate design, smooth outer diameter no-kink tubing designed to further limit evaporation, and newer designed fans claiming better static pressures, and quieter operation."

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Source: [H]ard|OCP
February 14, 2013 | 11:53 AM - Posted by aparsh335i (not verified)

I'm sorry but PCPer used to be my favorite computer website and you guys have just gotten lazy - ESPECIALLY JEREMY.
Not only did this product come out in November ("Corsair updates" headline is misleading) but your own company has already done a complete review of this product back in January.
http://www.pcper.com/reviews/Cases-and-Cooling/Corsair-Hydro-Series-H80i...

Before you write an article why don't you search your own site to see if it's already been posted once, twice, or more?
After you write your article why don't you at least read it one time for spelling and grammatical errors?

February 14, 2013 | 02:02 PM - Posted by Jeremy Hellstrom

Constructive criticism at it's finest.

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