OC3D Best of 2012 Awards

CPU Coolers

Best of 2012

CPU Coolers

Corsair H100i

2012 was the year when water, even in a self-contained package, started to edge ahead of air as the cooling weapon of choice. When it comes to plug and play solutions Corsair are at the brand everyone else aspires to beat. The H100i is the successor to the massively popular H100. The Corsair Link software on this allowing monitoring, fan and LED control just showed Corsair listen to their consumers. Enough performance to keep the hottest of chips cool but with a quick change in the software quiet enough for any silent freak.

Best of 2012     

XSPC D5 RX360 Kit

Such is the wealth of options available on the market there is a lot to be said for a package that takes the decisions out of your hands but still delivers, and the XSPC kit is perfect. The price at first seems high but this is top spec kit for a top spec rig, add on a GPU waterblock of your choice and some flashy angled fittings and you have the makings of an awesome addition to any rig. This kit really does take the hard work out of watercooling.

Best of 2012       

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Most Recent Comments

09-01-2013, 11:48:15

AverageNinja
Good list, though it suprises me the CM Storm Stryker isn't on thereQuote

09-01-2013, 11:53:26

Gurt11
Nice!

The Switch 810 does beat the Storm Stryker, out-of-the-box speaking ^^Quote

09-01-2013, 11:55:07

tinytomlogan
Yeah the 810 is a better build and forget case, plus people would just comment that I only gave it the award because of Orca.

Side by side to just build a rig the 810 is better. I chose the Stryker for Orca because I could do more with it.Quote

09-01-2013, 11:59:11

AverageNinja
Quote:
Originally Posted by tinytomlogan View Post
Yeah the 810 is a better build and forget case, plus people would just comment that I only gave it the award because of Orca.

Side by side to just build a rig the 810 is better. I chose the Stryker for Orca because I could do more with it.
Ah fair enough then Quote

09-01-2013, 12:02:46

BesiX
I was surprised... I didn't see the Corsair K60 TTL Edition in the keyboard section Quote
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