- Brand Name: Corsair
- Model: CWCH50-1
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Once its in though the cooling performance is great and the unit is very quiet.
PS: If you have issues with the installation/instructions, Corsair has a good YouTube installation video up on their site.
To wrap this up I'll just say that if you have a nice system, definitely buy this cooler; you can't go wrong.
I have used Corsair products for many years, and this one is very good, keeps the computer CPU running at low temperature and is very silent, easy to mount also.Published 3 months ago by Herbert Sandoval
using it on a Q6600 Core 2 Quad OC to 3.2ghz on a DP43BF mobo pushing it to the limit constantly and temperature doesn't go above 70ºC most of the time. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Pema Mendez
Keeps my 8 core CPU at a cool 30 centigrade and is much less noisy than the air cooling unit I had before. Read morePublished 9 months ago by SteveDeFacto
I have installed in my machine an AMD Phenom II X 6 Black Edition processor. I was using a 6 heat-pipe heatsink. Read morePublished 9 months ago by D. Kress
I installed this unit and I must say I am very happy :) It allowed me to remove 3 fans that were making extra noise. Read morePublished 11 months ago by 303 GearGuy
*Note: model CWCH50-1 supports LGA1366 and Haswell LGA1150 (just use 1156 pin holes). model CWCH50 (without the -1), which is not and should not be purchasable on Amazon at the... Read morePublished 12 months ago by H. Chen
I've had this installed for 3 years with no problems, however yesterday it shot coolant all over my graphics card which went down into the PCI slot, and it also leaked coolant all... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Justin Vanderheide
I love excellent product excellent brand all in perfect condition recommend them 100% thank you very much all by !Published 13 months ago by Barbara Calderon
i've been using this production for it seems like over 2 years now. I don't overclock much but want to keep the 2500k cool and it's doing the job.Published 13 months ago by Joseph Cervi