Corsair CW-9060002-WW Hydro Series H70 High Performance 120mm Radiator All-In-One Liquid CPU Cooler
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- Double thick 120mm radiator for outstanding cooling potential
- Built-in fan control based on coolant temp
- Low-evaporation FEP/FPA tubing for an extra long lifespan
- Revised copper coldplate for improved cooling efficiency
- Includes mounting hardware compatible with modern CPU socket designs
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The Hydro Series H70 CORE: Bring your own fans for truly customizable performance.
Use it with any standard 120mm fan.
Hydro Series H70 CORE builds on the award-winning legacy of our original H70 cooler, with one key difference: you supply your own fans. If you've already built a high-performance PC system (or three), you probably have a few extra 120mm fans lying around. Or, you might just want to choose your own fans. Either way, the H70 CORE gives you the freedom to fully customize your cooling performance.
38mm double-thick radiator.
The physics are simple: larger radiators have more surface area, and more surface area means more efficient heat transfer. The H70 CORE radiator is twice as thick as our standard radiator to provide excellent cooling potential.
Corsair Hydro Series makes it easy to go liquid.
Easy installation, zero maintenance.
You no longer need to invest into complex modular watercooling systems with half a dozen components to get serious CPU cooling performance. Each Hydro Series Liquid CPU Cooler is a sealed, closed-loop system that comes pre-filled and never needs refilling. Tubing is constructed from low-evaporation FEP for a long lifespan. Even the thermal compound is pre-applied. You'll be up and running in minutes.
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With a long history of building enthusiast-grade memory and components, we've earned a reputation for quality, compatibility, and performance. Need help? We're available by phone call, email or web forum.
Corsair Hydro Series H70 CORE liquid CPU cooler
8x screws for mounting 120mm fans
Multi-platform mounting kit
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There are some reports of leakage incidents happening with the Hydro series. Corsair say leakages are very rare, however you'll also find people complaining about coolant smells without finding the actual leak. Well, in my case the leakage wasn't persistent so I suspect in reality the defect rate is much higher.
The idea is patented by Asetek, and at the moment all the similar products from Antec, Zalman, Corsair, Intel, Thermaltake, NZXT, etc are just simply rebranded, so don't be fooled that you could get away with it by picking a different manufacturer. The pumps and radiators are all made by Asetek.
The H70 however DOES do a better job, 19c idle and 23c full load...speaks for itself, this actually is easy to install, watch Corsair water cooling install guide on Youtube makes life so much easier and it really is not that difficult to do.
Now i also found out Corsair do 2 version of this cooler, The hydro series and the High performance series. the high performance one comes with no fans and the Radiator is slightly smaller with indentations on the side of the radiator, where the Hydro series comes with 2 fans and a very fat radiator, i bought the high performance edition and 2x SP120 quiet edition fans to go with this as they provide good pressure cooling on a push pull config with low rpm and attached them to a fan controller. the default controller which is attached to the H70 makes any fan LOUD even the SP120.
1. Easy to install
2. Cooler than the H50 (always dependent on your PC airflow)
3. Two types of the same model, difference is radiator size and 1 comes with no fans
4. Use aftermarket fan controller to avoid a noisy system
Good product from Corsair.
Normally my 8 core system running Win 7 64bit has a cpu temperature of 21c when the computer is basically ticking over with no additional software running other than Coretemp.
At the time of writting with just the browser and Coretemp running the temperature is just 7c and its stable at that temp.
I found it very hard work installing the pump to the holder over the CPU. You need three pair of hands. All the time I was aware that I must not put any stress on the coolant pipes. I felt that they would not take any kind of rough handling at all.
I fitted two Antec 12cm fans to the radiator and they blow air out of the cabinet rather than the instructions to blow air in. In this low stress state the system is noticably quieter. The original CPU fan was only a couple of weeks old and was fairly quiet so the reduction in noise from the system is impressive. The Antec fans are very quiet anyway but the radiator acting as a baffle deadenes the sound from them.
I have not yet put the system under any kind of stress but I expect it will perform well. So far I am very pleased.
with standard stock cooler on my X4 AMD i was running 34C at idle and 59C at heavy load, Crysis 3, Swtor, wow, Dead space 3,
now with this new cooler my idle temps are an impressive 9C idle are i have never seen it go over 30C under load...
this is without a doubt the best £65 i have ever spent and does an amazing job for the money..
some people have the the fans sucking air out of the case as that would make sense to dispel the hot air but corsair recommend that u suck the cold air into the case which i am doing..
No problems at all, money well spent :)
So to save on space and also provide good cooling, I went water cooled.
After lots of looking around, I setteled on two of the Corsair CW-9060002-WW Hydro Series H70 Core High Performance CPU Cooler's.
Both for size and for price. Granted you can get many options out there, but for price you cant beet them.
Instelation was easy, but care still needs to be taken.
Instructions are also provided with a large set of mounting options for most if not all systems.
Cooling with this system meens that the heat is never in the case to start with as it is taken right out at sorce.
Temp wise, I have never seen more than 45c at max. And then was short lived.
I would say an exelant option for any system.
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