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Corsair 120mm Hydro Series H80i Digital High Performance Rad All-In-One Liquid CPU Cooler

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120mm Radiator
H80i
  • Performance Liquid CPU Cooler
  • Fans for great perfomance
  • Low noise level
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Corsair 120mm Hydro Series H80i Digital High Performance Rad All-In-One Liquid CPU Cooler + Corsair CO-9050006-WW Air Series SP120 Quiet Edition 120mm Low Noise High Pressure Fan Dual Pack
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Size Name: 120mm Radiator | Style Name: H80i
Technical Details
BrandCorsair
Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions27.4 x 15.5 x 22.9 cm
Item model numberCW-9060008-WW
  
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ASINB009ZN03AA
Best Sellers Rank 3,942 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.8 Kg
Date First Available21 Nov 2012
  
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Size Name: 120mm Radiator | Style Name: H80i

Corsair Hydro Series H80i High Performance Liquid CPU CoolerFeatures:Advanced Fan Design

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4.3 out of 5 stars

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Michael Dyer on 2 July 2014
Style Name: H60Size Name: 120mm Radiator Verified Purchase
It was great while it worked. kept my cpu nice and cool under a moderate overclock.

The pump however failed in under 5 months. This can be very difficult to spot. You can usually hear the pump starting up when you boot up your PC to let you know its working. failing that, run some software in the background to monitor temps. I suspect the pump may have failed much earlier but crashes only became apparent when summer came around.

5 stars however for amazon customer service who have refunded the purchase, less than 20 minutes after i emailed them i might add.
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129 of 140 people found the following review helpful By Matt on 26 July 2013
Style Name: H100iSize Name: 240mm Radiator Verified Purchase
So I installed this fantastic cooler on my new Corsair 650d case, a Z77 Sabertooth housing a i3770k processor running at 3.5ghz. New build, hadn't even installed Windows 7 yet.

It should be noted, that I replaced the stock H100i fans with 2 Corsair SP 120mm fans, "quiet" editions, designed to push air through radiators.

I OC'd the CPU to 4.5ghz via the bios straight away, Windows loaded. Good, no voltage problems then.

Checked the idle temps, they were running at around 35-40c with my CPU OC'd to 4.5ghz. Okay, fine I guessed. Seen higher.

Under full load, after an hour or so of Battlefield 3, I minimized to desktop and checked CPU-Z to see the CPU temps. 80-85c. Wow, that's hot. But hey, I'm OCing.

Turns out, that's actually FAR too hot.

Hmm, problem then. I uninstalled the H100i and looked at the CPU. Only about 3/4 of the CPU was covered in the thermal compound that comes with the H100i pre-applied. That's...weird.

I checked online, and apparently the mounting bracket, although completely symmetrical, HAS JUST ONE WAY TO BE INSTALLED on the back of the motherboard. It has 2 notches that have to be oriented upward. Because the backplate is symmetrical and fits at whatever orientation you want, you never assume you've installed it incorrectly.

This is the single, most common error H100i users make.

I re-oriented the backplate and installed the H100i again, AND swapped the SP fans to the stock ones as, apparently, they run cooler if louder.

Fired her up, checked the idle temps after leaving Windows running for about 10 minutes while I had some lunch.

Idling was now 20-25c across the 4 cores.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By James Garner on 11 July 2013
Style Name: H80iSize Name: 120mm Radiator Verified Purchase
Bought this cooler yesterday, arrived today. I originally had the Vishera FX8350 stock cooler, which proved to be too overpowering on the ears and looked vile too. Temperatures were reaching 61c, which to me is way too much and at night, when you want to chill out gaming, lights off and ambient background music, it killed it, majorly.

Then along came this scrumptious little beauty.

Installed it today, wasn't too difficult, would have been easier if I had someone on hand. The manual was descriptive, helpful and concise. You're recommended to install the fans as intake fans, however, I chose not to do this as I have plenty of instakes that work perfectly already.
Connecting the wires was probably the tricky bit, partly because of my sausage fingers and parlty because I couldn't see the connectors, due to such a tight space.
After I'd finished prodding at holes with connectors, I proceeded to turn the whole PC on. Started up straight away, left the side off to check if coolant went spraying everywhere (Which thankfully, it did not), and heard the fans power up. Now, they were audible to start, then the log on screen comes on and they calm down a bit. THEN. if you download corsairs LINK software, you get to control the profiles of each of the fans that came with the cooler. I tested my CPU in quiet mode with OCCT, it hammered my CPU and guess what? On quiet mode, never topped 49c. In fairness it was only a half an hour test, but for fifteen minutes it levelled at 49c. after a few hours I would guess the max it would hit would be around 54c. Which is well within the safety zone.
So, if you haven't guessed I am chuffed to bits with my purchase, quiet mode will be staying permanently on, as it idles at 33c.
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42 of 47 people found the following review helpful By maz on 8 Jan 2013
Style Name: H100iSize Name: 240mm Radiator
I bought the H100i as part of a Chassis transplant a couple of weeks ago, sofar everything has been fantastic a exept the fan noise and the pump's SATA power cable is a bit flimsy and cracked when first connected.

It's only 4 Stars because the supplied fans are ridiculously loud at anything over 1000rpm and Corsair's alternative Static pressure fan the SP120QE is a about 50% lower performing.

The fan noise issue was resolved by swapping the SP120L's for a pair of AK-FN058's which have a much better noise to cooling ratio (because you can run them at full speed all the time without any audible noise vs the corsair fans having to run slower for silence and thus giving worse cooling performance)

Stats @ Max fan speed;
AK-FN058 are 1300rpm 57.33CFM @ -16db- & 2.64mm/H2O
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SP120L are 2350rpm 62.74CFM @ -35db- & 3.1mm/H2O.

For prospective buyers, get some high pressure silent fans to swap with the SP120L's and use the SP's with a fan controller as a case intake/exhaust.
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