I'm not trying to be a review site, but instead, more focused on blogging about the actual step by step ways I've found to make various products work for my projects. In other words, I don't claim to have reviewed every product in a given market segment, instead I just let you know how I chose a given product, then what I did to test to be sure that item fits my needs. Having the Disqus comments system in place seems to be doing a good job letting me know if I've gone astray.
So, in the spirit of sharing, today I'm passing along a heads-up on an impressive $43.74 USD deal (after $20 rebate) today only, on this water cooler that I used in TinkerTry.com/vZilla. While I'm no fan of rebates, I'm just saying this deal seems pretty decent. This CWCH60 is also doing an excellent job at cooling TinkerTry.com/gZilla , which seems to keep the Core i7 2600K at around 85F at idle, or around 115F when abused.
Make your own informed decision by checking out the Corsair Water Cool Comparison site here, and the table at newegg, or let us know (through comments below) what other company's coolers you found success with, as we should always like to keep an open mind for future projects. I'm just hoping this thing lasts for at least 4 years, with no leaks, only time will tell.
See also some informal stress-testing I did in this video: