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Old August 1, 2010, 01:23 PM
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not to Hijack this corsair thread but the ECO C240 is another viable option
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I can't find this available at retailers anywhere. Anyone know if it's going to be available in Canada any time soon? (Perhaps NCIX?) If so, I may have to swap my upcoming build to an 800D with one of these for cooling.
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I can't find this available at retailers anywhere. Anyone know if it's going to be available in Canada any time soon? (Perhaps NCIX?) If so, I may have to swap my upcoming build to an 800D with one of these for cooling.
You're going to have to order directly from CoolIt, they posted on NCIX a while back that they don't plan on retailing the 240 rad version anytime soon.
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Old August 1, 2010, 02:30 PM
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You're going to have to order directly from CoolIt, they posted on NCIX a while back that they don't plan on retailing the 240 rad version anytime soon.
Wow that is to me a total dick move.

So many people would be all over that in a heartbeat!
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Old August 1, 2010, 02:42 PM
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It does seem odd that they wouldn't retail it, but there's gotta be more to the story since I don't see it available anywhere. It may be something going on at CoolIt we don't know about?
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How many cases really have 2X120 mm spots on them anyway? I know there are some, but there are also plenty that have 140X2 so they would not fit. I think the reason they are only selling them custom is because there just isn't the demand.

With this Corsair H70, they listed improved pump, contact plate, thicker rad and dual fans, holy shit if all that works out the temps on this thing should be sick!

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Old August 1, 2010, 10:10 PM
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How many cases really have 2X120 mm spots on them anyway? I know there are some, but there are also plenty that have 140X2 so they would not fit. I think the reason they are only selling them custom is because there just isn't the demand.

With this Corsair H70, they listed improved pump, contact plate, thicker rad and dual fans, holy shit is all that works out the temps on this thing should be sick!
A lot of PROPER cases have 2x120 now its becoming a norm in cases especially from manufacturers who realize what consumers are doing like Corsair, Lian Li and Silverstone.
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Nice find zero. The H70 just seems to be a bigger version of the H50. The rad is way bigger but the pump is now tiny. The build quality also look a bit low on these pic no? Let's wait for some more review of it!!
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ok so the difference is a thicker rad? or maybe better pump? :)
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Looks pretty good. Two fans right out of the box is also a nice thing. Like they said, this isn't a competition between the H70 and custom watercooling, it's the H70 and high end air coolers. The 2 inch rad combined with push/pull sounds like a winner to me.
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