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H50 Tube lengths? How long are they?


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Hi All.

This is my first post here at the Corsair forums.


I'm looking @ using H50 coolers in my systems,

but had some questions..


1. How long are the tubes?

2. Can they be modified? (Understand Warranty issue)

3. What are the Rad dimensions? (L x W x H)

4. What is the life expectancy of the product? (Liquid Does'nt last forever) Or does it?

5. Can the Liquid be repaced if needed?

6. Would'nt it make sense to mount as front intake rather then rear intake? (Question #1)


I hope I don't sound to technical, But I really like this cooler, and have heard many good reviews..



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1. IIRC they're 11-12 inches.

2. Not without voiding the warranty.

3. 150 x 120 x 25 mm

4. 2 year warranty, no other lifetime expectation announced from Corsair so far.

5. Sealed system, so no.

6. ? Front air cooler than back air is what you're getting at?


Note: all of this information has already been asked on the forum. Search is your friend :)


As per the rules please do not go around the forum filter.

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It's only 6-1/2 inches from the center of the CPU across to the 120MM Front intake..

with a bit of curve, So I'm thinking it will work on the front if positioned properly...




The reason for my concern about the rear intake, is I have a lot of exaust going out the back.

and I believe I can have a cooler CPU, with it front mounted...

I'm sure will it will ok mounted at the rear, especillay running standard cards, with a Stock Clock system...

My cards alone run 720MHZ each, along with a 4.0GHZ cpu OC..


Again I appreciate your reply, I will try to search a little harder next time...

And as for My sig, wherever it went to, I thought it was just a glitch, and it thought that It thought I was putting in a bad word.

I now realize in my sig I have a ******* 1200 case... so that word is not allowed....

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  • 4 months later...

Follow up, It does fit just fine, with plenty of slack..











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