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Results 1 to 8 of 8. For another build, I am looking at these 2 coolers.

The major issue I have with the coolermaster is noise from the reviews I have seen. My remedy would be Noctua mm fans.

The corsair product has good reviews too, but the mounting plate for the pump seems cheaper than the other, and I wonder if I can change it from socket to if I wanted. Once the screws are in the plastic gromets of the bracket for theit looks like it may be hard to remove them for a differnt use later.


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What do you guys think? Last edited by Tokens; at The major difference though is the mounting hardware. The coolermaster looks more robust.

I like it better than the Corsair product, but I don’t want the noise so that’s why I mentioned the noctua fans: Can you even remove the screws from the corsair bracket and change to a different socket configuration if you desired the change?

Thanks for the input.

That stuff about Swiftech is interesting. Wondered why there was an issue here.

I’m corszir so sure how easy it is to pop the metal screws out of the plastic gromets in the Corsair product. I think it would be easy to break the plastic: As opposed to the metal in the coolermaster: This is my main question for anyone with experience here.

I do appreciate the help Tokens.

Yea, that’s the concern I have. I don’t think those little pieces are aluminum. I think they are plastic, and once they are fastened together, it’s probably nearly impossible to change the configuration without breaking the plastic.