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Thursday, 07 July 2011 13:05

Corsair rolls out its new liquid CPU coolers

Written by Slobodan Simic
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H80 and H100
Although they were announced back in May, the new Corsair Hydro Series H80 and the H100 liquid coolers have finally rolled out to retail/e-tail shelves.

According to Corsair, both the Hydro Series H80 and the H100 will offer superior cooling, digital fan control, simple installation and maintenance-free operation. Both units include a low-profile cooling uint with a micro-channel copper cold plate and a split-flow manifold. The Digital fan control will allow users to switch between low-noise, balanced and maximum cooling modes.

Both models also come with Corsair Link digital connector in case you are going for more control on performance or sound levels. The difference between the two is the actual size of the radiator as the H80 features a "double-thick" 120mm radiator while the H100 exchange it for a 240mm radiator.

The suggested price tag for the H80 and the H100 is US $109 and US $119 and should be already up on e-tail/retail shelves as they are already listed in Europe for as low as €80 and €73.

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+3 #1 nECrO 2011-07-07 19:48
Very nice. I have been waiting for the H100 to replace my first gen H50. My only small complaint is they are still using that stiff tubing that can sometimes make it troublesome to install. The only thing I like about the Antec coolers is the use of rubber tubing. Add that to the H100 and it would be perfect.
 
 
+1 #2 KillerHurdz 2011-07-07 20:14
I'll be picking up the H100 for myself. :)
 
 
0 #3 godrilla 2011-07-08 00:31
Now for some test results.
 
 
0 #4 GeekLyfe 2011-07-08 05:06
h100 looks nice but what case can i put that in.
 
 
+2 #5 godrilla 2011-07-08 05:51
Quoting GeekLyfe:
h100 looks nice but what case can i put that in.

Ok anything with a corsair symbol will do ;) like my 800d case has 3 vents on top for 3 fans 200mm. And even a 600d has a place for 2 so anything with corsair good to go.
 
 
-1 #6 muddocktor 2011-07-08 15:33
Quoting GeekLyfe:
h100 looks nice but what case can i put that in.


I have an Inwin Dragon Rider case that has the layout for installing this in the top of the case. The top is set up for double fan radiators in the top back section. Or like was said above, use a Corsair case.
 

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