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Grifous 91

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  1. Compared to most close-loop coolers, the H-Series is one of the better ones. That being said, I've never been a fan (ba-dum-tish) of close-loop liquid coolers. I got one of the first ones to start the whole craze, the Cool-It Domino ALC. After working very well for a few months it did eventually leak, and it was pure luck that it didn't hit any important components. Cool-It replaced it with the newer ALC ECO, which again worked quite well. Until I sold it to a guy and he said it leaked shortly there after as well. Maybe I just have terrible luck, or maybe Cool-It doesn't know what they're doing. From my own experience however, and from what I've seen working in the field of computers, close-loop systems generally operate more loudly, and are far more dangerous when they do fail. A good chunk of metal from Noctua will do just as well, while staying quiet and not immediately destroying your system if one of the fans fails. Well, that went a bit longer than I expected. Just my own two cents really, if you are set on a liquid cooler Corsair is the way to go.
  2. The Force 3 GTs have proven to be pretty good drives. That being said, the newer Force GS and Neutron GTX drives are much quicker, and Samsung's 840 Pro drives are some of the quickest out there right now.
  3. I don't trust Kingston value drives. Crucial, Samsung, Intel, or Corsair, they've all proved themselves.
  4. Got my Blu-Ray copy of Interstella 5555, so awesome!
  5. Mumford & Sons - Babel (Deluxe Edition) Can't wait to see them live!
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