[quotemsg=21584274,0,477114][quotemsg=21584259,0,2549701][quotemsg=21584246,0,477114]The Dark Rock Pro 4 looks like it will fit inside your case, but if you have the standard Corsair Vengeance RAM you may run into clearance issues unless you move the front fan to the rear of the cooler. If you have the Vengeance LPX RAM, then there shouldn't be a problem. [/quotemsg]
I just checked NZXT's website it says cpu clearance is 161 for that case, so basically i should decide between the Corsair Pro 280m or Evga 280m I can get the Evga for 20 less then the Corsair but doesn't sound like evga will very easily cover damaged parts due to a leak or something which do you think is higher quality?[/quotemsg]
As far as the AIOs go, they pretty much all used the same pump and radiator system from Asetek, the only difference between them really being the fans and warranty support. If this is the new Corsair H115i Pro, then it is using a newer Asetek pump that might be slightly better than the EVGA one which I think is still using the older Gen5 design. The EVGA fans are known to be a tad noisy, but at its cheaper price point that's seldom a huge complaint. EVGA is known to provide good customer service with their GPUs, but I don't know what their warranty is like in regards to catastrophic failure on water coolers. Whether you want to spend the extra $20 for the slightly better Corsair cooler is up to you.
I can easily pay the 20 if it means its a better cooler I was under the impression that evga was better hows corsairs support for damaged items ? i know evga isn't great I messaged them directly and they said this
I quote "Thanks for writing back to us, we can certainly let you know what is covered for a closed loop cooler. A few examples of what is covered under the warranty would be a malfunctioning radiator pump, fans no longer spinning on the CLC, no device recognition in Windows.
Any sort of leaking would not be covered under warranty as the seals go through quality control before being shipped out ensuring that no liquid escapes the unit. Damage to the hoses would not be covered as they are braided and would indicate improper maintenance or use of the product.
I hope that provided the answers that you were looking for, and of course if at anytime when receiving the product if anything looks off or is not working as intended the best thing to do is to contact us right away so we can help you troubleshoot or clarify issues that may occur. Let us know if you have any further questions and we will be happy to assist.
Any case involving one of our products being physically damaged and or damaging other hardware will need to be investigated thoroughly by having the customer ship the unit first.
Should our review reveal that the issue is a manufacturing defect then we would move forward with a resolution."