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Corsair H100

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Overall 10

Corsair H100

30 April 2012
  • Summary: The Corsair H100 has performed flawlessly throughout testing and I have witnessed the lowest temp recorded in the 4.8GHz test! Just take a look at those temperatures and let them speak for themselves… It would appear that Corsair has a real winner on their hands here; we have a well designed and constructed closed loop liquid cooler, that’s easy to install, performs well (extremely well at higher loads), looks good and is even well priced too.
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Overall 9

Corsair H100 Liquid CPU Cooler review

TechRadar UK
17 September 2011
  • Summary: Corsair gets progressive in the battle to lower case temperatures
  • Pros: Perfect design, Great load temps and recovery time, Corsair Link system
  • Cons: Large 'n' loud
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Overall 10

Corsair H100 Extreme Performance Liquid Cooler Review

21 August 2011
  • Excerpt: 6 Flares 6 Flares × ‘All in one’ watercoolers have taken the enthusiast sector by storm in the last year. Not only have units from Corsair, Antec and Coolit proved to perform very well, but they are easy to fit and leave a lot of free space around the CPU socket. Today we are looking at the latest and greatest from Corsair – the H100.
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Corsair H100 Review

12 August 2011
  • Excerpt: So we finally have the Corsair H100 in the OC3D labs. You all know it's the range topper in the Hydro series and you really don't need us to waffle on with needless introductions. Mainly because we have been inundated with requests to test the H100 since pictures were first leaked a few months back. So lets not waste time and get straight on with the specifications and testing.
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Overall 10

Corsair H100 Review

maximum pc
5 September 2012
  • Excerpt: ANOTHER ALL-IN-ONE liquid-cooling loop! Hooray! Corsair’s H100 is its fifth liquid cooler; after two with Asetek, the company has put out three with CoolIT. The H60 is your standard 120mm radiator-with-single-fan, the H80 is the double-thick double-fan version, and the H100, the first Corsair liquid-cooler to support LGA2011, is its first cooler with a 240mm radiator.
  • Pros: Quiet; excellent performance; easy install; supports up to four fans.
  • Cons: Won’t fit in every case; need to open case to adjust fan speed; expensive.
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Overall 9

Expert Review

15 May 2012
  • Summary: The Hydro H100 heatsink ships fully assembled, filled with a propylene glycol based coolant and plumbed. The waterblock is connected by 24cm of flexible FEP tubing to the heat exchanger which measures about 274x120x25mm in size. Two 120mm fans are included, these operate at 2600-1300RPM and create a fair bit of noise at full tilt.
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Corsair Hydro Series™ H100 Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler

21 March 2012
  • Conclusion: The Corsair H100 is not just good, it’s great . It’s large radiator and fairly silent operation makes it a top choice. The biggest problem with the Corsair H100 is the size of its radiator, almost all midsize cases simply cannot fit the massive radiator. If you have room for it, and you are looking to get into water cooling, but you don’t want to commit to the cost (and maintenance) of a full loop, or the danger of a leak, the Corsair H100 is an amazing choice.
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Corsair Hydro Series H100 Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler

20 February 2012
  • Excerpt: I first ventured into liquid cooling for my computers way back, about a decade ago, for my Intel Pentium 4 "Williamette" and AMD "Duron" based test systems.  This was when I was in high school and in my early years of reviewing computer hardware.  Back then, the big players in the watercooling market were Danger Den and Swiftech.  There were no pumps specific for computer watercooling, so most adopters of liquid cooling used fountain and pond pumps.
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Corsair Hydro Series H100 Liquid CPU Cooler Review

PC Perspective
17 January 2012
  • Excerpt: Corsair expanded their product line exponentially in 2011 by adding a variety of PC components like mechanical keyboards, gaming mice, performance CPU coolers, desktop and headset sound systems, solid state drives, and their trademark system memory modules. One of the truest innovations we saw from Corsair this year was their self-contained watercooling units.
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Corsair Hydro H100 CPU Cooler Review

mad shrimps
21 November 2011
  • Summary: One of the main remarks we had when testing all the different all in one cooling solutions was the size of the radiator, which limited the heat dissipation. Secondly the modern units generate a fair amount of noise, if it's user opted for maximum cooling capacity. A bigger radiator increases the cooling surface, thus logically should aid in lowering the processor temps.
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