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Pros: Works good when it works.
Cons: I have had this thing for less than a year, purchased 5/19/2013, and for the past 2 weeks, the pump has begun clanking and is no longer keeping my cpu cool like it used to. Not to mention the advertisement below the specs states "Guaranteed no maintenance for years". I would not recommend this to anyone looking for a long term cooling solution. Definitely think I may be buying from Corsair if I can't get any help from CM.
Other Thoughts: DON'T BUY!!!READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: FAST, FAST, FAST... This board will handle anything you throw at it and more. I am running dual solid states using the onboard AMD RAID Controller in RAID 0 reaching transfer rates in excess of 540mb a sec. Runs my Dual GTX 680 Classy's in sli with no problems at all. Not even a hick-up. Allows my AMD FX8350 and G-Skill Sniper 1866 RAM to overclock easily.
Cons: Does not overclock ram when using more than 2 sticks of ram. Though this is not the MOBO's fault as this is AMD's for not allowing their FX chips to operate in this manner. So if anyone is having any problems with their ram not posting at frequencies over 1600mhz try only 2 sticks in the 1 and 2 slots. Then attempt to OC.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: CORSAIR Hydro Series H100 (CWCH100) Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler
Pros: Looks good, cools well, and quiet when fans are at medium or low.
Cons: I've had this cooler for about 4 or 5 months now and have recently noticed that it has been leaking all over my $600 gtx680 classified. I began to get suspicious when my temps weren't staying as cool as they used to so I opened my case and sure enough there was a puddle of coolant on top of my card. I am livid....
Other Thoughts: Corsair should start pressure testing their coolers. I have read several other reviews on this particular cooler of people having the same issueREAD FULL REVIEW