k12rising: Does it come with liquid or do you buy that separately?
Jayden Carroll: does anyone know if the fans are quit
Juan Camilo Rodriguez: i have the same case and did everything the same but at the time insatlling
the fans one couldnt be installed sine my ram was in the way (corsair
vengance) so i really dont know what to do, can u help me
John Sanchez: How to videos use dialog instead of music for a reason
Aiden Rawlins: What did you do with the top fan did you remove it?
ixxgunnerx x: buying a h100i with the rx-i , video helped wish you would of showed a pic
of the 200mm fan on top , to show coverage on radiator
ozboi83: Sweet! Thank you for sharing! Looking to get the TT Overseer case with that
rasm411r: Hello, I got the Thermaltake Overseer RX-I. Me and my friend we are looking
for some watercooling for our CPU. The problem is, we don't know which one
we are going to choose.
We think about the h100i, but we thing it is going to hit our motherboard,
then we thought about the h110. But we don't know about it is too long.
Please help us. He got the Thermaltake Armor Revo, and I got the Overseer
RiskClinic: i was wondering if it was worth it buying a liquid cpu cooler cause im
scared that it would break and spill everywhere in the pc
Jezmund1: So you cant fit the 200mm fans on the top while using a radiator?
3355Nick: is it possible to mount the radiator somewhere else? i already have a fan
on the top of my case. need answer asap
Azure Neptune: hey! whats the name of your monitor?
AsmarinaOnline: I don't think you can as far as I know. Can you remove your fan and mount
the radiator on the top of your case?
Fsxace999: it seriously sucks that I literally can't fit an h100 in my z11 plus, i
Have 2 120mm fan spots up top but the case is so short on the top that the
rad would hit the motherboard. Atleast that's what every google search i've
seen has shown me :/
Ralph Paula: This is actually an excellent question. I will be buying the H100i tomorrow
since my new I7 is coming in. I have the case that is in the video with 2
200mm fans. When I install the radiator I will see if the fans can be
Nick NeNoob: I have the same case, mobo and cpu in my system. I just started playing
battlefield 3 and my temps have jumped considerably. I was seriously
doubting the H100i would fit and am very relieved to see it can. Just out
of curiosity what did you have in the system prior to this and what sort of
difference (improvement hopefully) have you experienced?
Joe Doe: It seems that the backplate is upside down
FaithzHD: Could I mount the h80i on the back side? Where all the inputs are?
Maurício Rua: hey noob question but do you have to apply thermal paste on the cpu?
headface123: If you are going to make a how to video, perhaps you should actually give
instructions as to what you are doing.
TheHsvDan: I bought the Overseer RX-1 and Corsaor H100i without makeing sure that the
cooler would fit. I alsmost gave up but I found your video. Many thanks!
The top 200mm preinstalled fan pulls and the supplied H100i fans push!
footballtacklemen: its already on the cooler. but when you self apply just put a small amount
of thermal paste a little bigger then a grain of rice in the center of the
cpu then just install your cooler the way you normally would.
KobeAnd8: Are you able to mount the H100i along with two 200 mm fans on the top of
Brendan Moyaerts: I was not sure it would fit with the motherboard, but thanks to you I now
see that it is possible to install the 100i with the 2x120mm's + the
2x200mm's on top, thanks a lot!
KobeAnd8: Alright cool, thanks!
thelastcopier: nope. it comes with thermal paste already installed on the cooling block.
Fsxace999: Most if not all the prebuilt systems I've seen like this haven't been known
to leak because they aren't fitted on with barbs usually, they are
completely sealed down. Only way it could leak is if you loosen the
fittings yourself or cut the tube on something.
3355Nick: my bitfenix colossus tower already has an integrated fan.. provisionally i
can mount the h100i somewhere else or isn't it a good idea?
Vincent Poon: Do you still have access to RAM? or would you have to remove the radiator
Steen Skov: No. The cooling liquid is already in the system.
AsmarinaOnline: No need to remove the radiator when you change your system board ram.
AsmarinaOnline: Anyone with basic computer build knowledge and some skills can follow this
video to Install...Perhaps you need to buy a book to tell you what to do.
theSWBFman: In the description it says i7 3770 @3.4 ghz but at the end in the BIOS it
says i7 3770k @3.5 ghz