We test the Corsair H70. An all-in-one liquid cooling kit just like the H50. But now it has a much thicker radiator and two fans in a push-pull configuration.
Corsair brings an updated innovative type of cooler that combines both the efficiency of a water-cooling system with the ease installation of a common air cooler. How they do that? Well, the base of H70 water block is placed upon the processor’s surface and the thermal energy is picked up by the coolant which then starts pumping forward to the radiator through the tubes.
What will that do to noise and cooling performance levels your ask ? Well, let's find out.
FULL STORY @ GURU3D (http://www.guru3d.com/article/corsair-h70-review/)
"OCZ is rating the Revo drive at 540 MB/s read and 530 MB/s write
with a 75k IOPS rating on 4k random writes. It will be available in
capacities ranging from 120GB to 480GB and while target pricing is not set
yet, the goal is to see it "within 10-15% of standard 2.5-in SSD prices" of
the same SandForce controller."
FULL STORY @ PCPER (http://www.pcper.com/comments.php?nid=8851)