CORSAIR Hydro Series H60 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler, 120mm Radiator, 120mm Fan
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- New, improved SP120L fan offers lower noise and better performance
- Improved micro-fin copper cold plate for superior heat dissipation
- Low evaporation, large diameter tubing offers decreased resistance and improved flexibility
- Intel LGA 1150, 1155, 1156, 1366, and 2011. AMD sockets AM2, AM3, AM4, FM1, and FM2
- Mounting brackets for Intel LGA 115x/1136/2011 and AMD AM2/AM3/AM4/FM1/FM2
- Low-profile pump for easy installation and better airflow
- Low-profile black aluminum heat exchanger
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Self-contained cooling system
Serious liquid cooling for high-performance CPUs no longer means dealing with complex plumbing. Hydro Series H60 comes pre-filled, and never needs refilling or priming.
Tool-free magnetic multiplatform mounting bracket kit
The modular design makes installation simpler, and it's compatible with Intel and AMD processors.
Large-diameter, low permeability tooling
Minimal coolant evaporation helps ensure long life, and the flexible design gives you better leak protection and makes installation easier in tight spaces.
Copper cold plate with pre-applied thermal compound
Copper has better thermal conductivity for more efficient heat transfer to the manifold. Pre-applied thermal compound lets you save a potentially messy installation step.
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Upgrade from your stock CPU fan or bulky air cooler to the efficiency and simplicity of liquid CPU cooling. Enjoy better cooling performance and lower noise, and protect your investment in your CPU. The included SP120L fan uses custom-engineered impellers for better static pressure to noise ratio, offering improved performance at lower noise levels. Radiator dimensions: 4.7 x 6 x 1.1 inches and fan dimensions: 6 x 1 inches. Fan Speed = 1700 RPM (Revolutions per minute).
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Corsair 780T Case
MSI 370-A Pro motherboard,
32GB (4x8) ADATA DDR4-2400 DIM (because I already had the 4 sticks, probably will upgrade these to DDR4-3000 DIM)
AMD RADEON RX 580 ARMOR 4G OC GPU (probably going to upgrade this).
Installation was fairly simple (I've done this before).
There were only 2 installation issues (and why this is 4 vs. 5 star):
-- I had to move my internal dvd burner from the top 5.25 slot to the bottom slot to fit the radiator and fans assembly to the top of the case. You would think that a Corsair case and Corsair AIO, even a 280 would fit without having to do this. Minor irritation,
-- The screw holes on both sides of the radiator -- for fans on underside and case attachment on the top side were "tight." It definitely took some elbow grease to screw both the fan long screws and case short screws in. I was a bit worried that I would strip the screw heads, but using major downward force, along with a phillips head screw driver that fit the screw heads snugly, I got the job done. Definitely a work out.
I installed the fans in a pull configuration, pulling air in from the top thru the radiator as recommended by Corsair.
I used the pre-applied thermal paste, knowing that I could always go back, clean up the cpu and H110 cooling plate, and reapply thermal paste if this didn't work out -- it did.
The system consistently idles at 28-30 C per cell with packet temperature at 30-31 C. I ran the Intel Extreme Tuning application cpu test for 5 mnutes and at 100% load (at 4.3 ghz) max packet temperature never exceeded 62 C. After the test, at idle the temperatures dropped back initially to 34 C then back to 28-30 C. Besides normal internet browsing, including viewing videos, I intend to use the system to do voice over for game play videos, render the result and upload to YT. Using CyberLink Power Director 16 to do this generally has the system running at 50% to 60% load and the cpu temperatures are well within tolerance.
One thing that was disturbing at first was the fan speed and fan noise. Even at the silent setting in Corsair Link, the fans were spinning at 1000 to 1200 RPM and making a bit of a racket. To solve this issue I set up a custom profile for each to drop their speed back to 650 to 700 RPM with a gradual increase as the temperature increased. That is, the cooler liquid temperature. The fans are running much quieter and the cooler temperature stays at a reasonable level. Problem solved. Why the default speed was so high was beyond me. It is possible that this was because I already had installed Corsair Link to monitor my system with the other cooler. I just don't know. Properly connected though if fan speed is an issue, it can be fixed.
For me this AIO is doing the job. I can't speak for those who plan to overclock their cpus to the max.
With a little elbow grease, the install is pretty simple. The pre-applied paste works.
The cable connections are typical Corsair. SATA for power, 4 pin for cpu fan header (to be recognized by the system) 2 4 pin connections for the fans, and a usb to usb header cable so that Corsair Link can monitor the system and manage the pump and the fans.
I opted for the H110i vs. the H115i RGB Pro because I was not that interested in flashing color from the fans and pump cover -- my case has plenty of nice red/orange light thanks to the case fans. The price was also $27 (plus tax) lower. The H110i also had the lowest number of negative reviews. That could be because fewer of these have been reviewed thru Amazon. Lumping all the models in the same review "pool" makes it a bit difficult utilize Amazon reviews but outside reviews have been positive. I believe most negative reviews for Corsair hydro series AIO coolers in general concern pump failure and frustration with customer service. I will definitely update this review if that happens to me.
Barring that I recommend this AIO.
After three weeks and two failed attempts by Corsair trying to rectify the problem, I bought the hardware set on eBay for $17 shipped. I told Corsair to close the ticket since they can't even understand the pictures I sent with notes from their own manual!!! This is ridiculous. Corsair has been around long enough and they really dropped the ball on this one. They will no longer get another penny from me. I have purchased over $2000 worth of Corsair products over the last few years, and I am so sad that I did thanks to this Customer Service fail. I am sure Amazon might be partly to blame, someone probably returned this cooler after stealing the mounting parts kit from it, and if it is a Amazon fail, then shame on them as well.
This is an excellent cooler.
I run an i7 6700K, and I've never gotten it above 60C even under stress tests, and that's with the fans at minimum speed AND the heatsink paste that came pre-applied with it. At full speed the fans are rather loud, so if you're in a warm room they might get a bit noisy. The radiator also likes to collect dust, but that's probably just par for the course, a compressed air can cleans it out in no time flat.
It's totally sealed, so you don't need to worry about filling, leaks, cleaning the internals, buying all the fittings, bending pipe, or replacing individual parts.
Now onto the bad and the ugly.
I bought this version because of the Corsair Link functionality, but sadly I'm personally not impressed. It crashes all the time for me, and the cooler doesn't "Remember" it's settings. If I set it in the software to run the fans at full speed constantly and light the logo up red and then restart the PC, it forgets those settings until you launch the software again.
You also NEED the software running to adjust the cooler's settings.
I'm also not a fan of using up a USB header on the motherboard to connect the pump permanently for the software, a basic USB cable coupled with the cooler remembering your settings, or at least the ability to choose between this or the header, would have been a better implementation for me.
Since that software is just another dead load on my PC when it runs in the background, and it didn't work too well for me in the first place, I moved the fans to motherboard control.
They're standard 4-pin fan connectors and normally plug into the pump, but you can disconnect them and just use a motherboard plug and fan splitter if you have 4-pin connectors on both. The pump runs at full speed by default, so you really don't need the software by any means.
If you don't mind the software, this is a great cooler if you're intimidated by the concept of making your own cooling system like me; just hook it up and it performs very well.
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Original: I've had this product for 3 years last month. At the 2 years 6 month period the item starts to make a loud horrible noise from quiet to very noticeable almost like liquid has escaped and its pumping around less than it used to. I never did find any liquid and it has never leaked.
I have had the AMD 8350 CPU at 4GHz for that entire time and it has kept it below 30*c.
I have had this radiator in a push pull config.
The stock fans are fine at low speeds but at higher speeds, they can get quite annoying. Luckily my ASUS Motherboard comes with built in fan regulating software, where I can control the fans and set them at lower speeds and have them ramp up automatically depending on the CPU's temperature. I only now recently replaced the fans with the 2 Noiseblocker M12-PS PWM Fans , so that they would be quieter while pushing more air and boot quietly considering their lower max RPM, though you can also get the same fan in higher RPM versions. Awesome fans, though avoid the eLoop model fans due to a horrible tonal noise at some speeds. So all in all a great cooler for my needs, still cools fine even when undervolted so It's even better at higher volts, also don't fuss about fan/pump noise once you're at least able to control fan speeds in software or even voltage adapters, unless you're also going for a virtually silent PC build. My first ever PC build had an even noisier water cooler but I never even knew it made a sound until I got bought new fans!
Mein CPU, der i7 6700K, ist nun immer perfekt gekühlt, obwohl die Pumpe, sowie die Lüfter, im Silentmode laufen.
Bei Battlefield, Siege kommt er gerade mal auf 45 Grad und das ist ein wirklich klasse Wert, wie ich finde.
Leider muss ich einen Stern abziehen, da ich wirklich enttäuscht über die extrem lauten und klapprigen Lüfter bin. Ich habe sie durch zwei Corsair HD140 ersetzt, was auch nicht gerade günstig war...
Se porta genial. En juegos exigentes me da una media de 55 grados, con algún que otro pico de 65 grados.
Un par de inconvenientes son los que me han hecho no darle cinco estrellas.
- Los ventiladores son algo ruidosos. Al final tendré que optar por cambiarlos por unos Noctua lo que hará que el precio final suba algo más. Pero si no eres muy quisquilloso con el ruido esta refrigeración es una compra genial.
- La tornillería suministrada por corsair no permite el montaje de los ventiladores en modo pull.
Como véis, los inconvenientes no son gran cosa. La refrigeración hace su trabajo y lo hace bien. Me dijeron que las bombas de estos sistemas de refrigeración eran algo ruidosos también. Pero en esta versión es practicamente inaudible. Otra cosa son los ventiladores. Es ahí donde Corsair tendría que mejorar algo.
Tras decidir sacar los ventiladores suministrados del hud de corsair y conectarlos directamente a la placa para controlarlos a través de AI Suite 3, puedo decir que esta es la AIO comercial definitiva. Ahora es sumamente silenciosa y los ventiladores solo empiezan ha notarse a partir de los 60. Pero el ruido es más que aceptable. Sigo sin darle las 5 estrellas porque el software de control Corsair Link deja muchísimo que desear. Creo que es el mayor problema que tiene esta AIO, su software. Corsair tiene que ponerse las pilas en este apartado. Mientras tanto, que sea la placa quien se encargue de gestionar su velocidad. Si tienes la suerte de poder usar AI Suiet de Asus como yo, mejor que mejor.
Im Modus "Leistung" ist die Pumpe nur ganz leise zu hören, also ich muss wirklich genau lauschen um sie zu hören und im "Leise" Modus häre ich die Pumpe gar nicht. Also bis hier hin sehr gut!
Aber warum ein Stern Abzug?
Nun ja das was Corsair mit der AIO an sich sehr gut gemacht hat, haben sie auf deutsch gesagt bei den mitgelieferten Lüftern verkackt.
Diese sind alles, aber nicht Leise. Daher habe ich diese gegen zwei Noctua NF-P14s getauscht.
Selbst als Gehäuselüfter bei ca. 900 RPM sind die mitgelieferten Lüfter nicht zu gebrauchen.
Aber alles in allem eine sehr gute All in One Wasserkühlung zum angemessenen Preis mit kleinen schwächen.
The Corsair Link software is ok, not brilliant but does the job, allowing to set fan / pump speed with some preset options and allows to set a custom fan curve if needed and change the LED colour on the cooler too. The fans supplied can get very loud if left to run high but setting a fan curve, I have the system cool with only a very low hum from the fans, which when gaming is not noticeable at all, so very happy I didn't need to replace the fans, but that is an easy option if the noise bothers someone.
The only problem I had was when installing the H115i. The Intel bracket is pre-installed (AMD bracket is in the box) and the instructions say there is 1 set of screws for Intel and 1 set for AMD, but I couldn't get the Intel screws to screw down to the back plate at all. Turns out there is 3 sets of screws for some reason ? 2 sets look nearly the same but the threads are a bit smaller on 1 of the sets, so make sure you check the mounting screws fit the the thumb screws before you fit them to the back plate or you will have to remove the back plate and swap them before it will fit.
Dabei ist die Wakü nicht hörbar, da die Grafikkarte generell sowieso lauter is. Daher kann ich über die Lautstärke ebenfalls absolut nichts negatives sagen.
Alles top, würde ich so sofort wieder kaufen!
- No necesita kit especial para el AM4, es compatible de fabrica.
- Refrigeración más que suficiente
- Buen tamaño del ventilador
- Buena longitud de las mangueras
- Solo trae un ventilador
Espero la reseña sea de utilidad.
PD: La imagen es meramente ilustrativa, se acopla al socket AM4 al igual que a un AM3+
Only minor con is the manufacturers need to be more careful as a few of the fins were bent a bit (can always bend them back).
I recommend CoolIt made Corsair AIO's like this one and not the ones made by Asetek as they are an unethical in my opinion and conduct patent 'lawfare' against competitors.
i have to just accept my losses...
This item replaced one from another manufacturer. Thought that was good, but this is better. I cannot hear the fans, and my CPU is room temperature. Well designed, and relatively easy to install (I had installed a similar one before, and instructions were well written and clear).
Would happily buy again, and would recommend it to anyone.
It arrive well packaged, nothing to complain about. I opened it and had a look at the manual. How to put it...? It won't overload your brain with technical details. Even if you don't need to hold PHD to fit a cooler, a little more details would have been appreciated.
So I set on to fit the cooler. Having a 1155 socket, I had to take apart pretty much the whole machine to fit the bracket plate at the back of the motherboard. There again, a clip on bracket would have been nice. I then fitted everything on and tested it: the results were far from what I expected: my cpu was running @ 50°c when idle and the fan was way noisier than my stock fan... The I remembered a guy saying that when he fitted his, there wasn't enough thermal paste on the cooler to make contact with his CPU which made me think: "He didn't fit it right.. and me neither!"
So I took it out and fair enough, only 20% of my CPU had been in contact with the Thermal past. So I decided to follow the logical way to fit it and ignore the manual by FITTING THE PUMP 1ST, THEN THE FAN + RADIATOR COMBO... Eureka, straight away i could feel the thermal past sticking to the cpu. Turned the computer back on and CPU temp went down to 22°c when idle, 24°c when playing BF4 for 15 mins. However, the fan was still loud.
So, 3rd time lucky, I took of the Corsair fan and replaced it with my 120mm Dead Silent Aerocool fan (with plastic and rubber blades) and I finally got my computer being fairly silent and the CPU running a much better temp...
In conclusion: the pump and radiator, once fitted properly are a very good piece of equipment for the money. Get rid off the fan and fit a silent one straight away!
It was very easy to install the pump/waterblock with clear instructions, the only minor improvement that I thought could be made to the process would have been to label and bag the different Intel socket and AMD pump mount stands separately. I had no issues with the included thermal compound, and I'm getting idle CPU temps in the low 20s.
To fit the unit in my chassis (NZXT S340 Elite) I had to install the radiator and fans the opposite way to how it is suggested in the instructions, so that the fans are farthest from the pump. Performance-wise I don't see this causing an issue, however it does mean that the hoses are a bit more difficult to place within the case, unless you put the pump on upside down. This isn't an issue with the cooling unit in my eyes, it's more of an oversight in the case design, but I felt it was worth mentioning for anyone in a similar situation.
I love the design of this cooler, It suits my build much more than the rainbow LED design of the NZXT model, and the Corsair Link software that manages the fan speeds etc. is really quite good. I've read up on people having issues with NZXTs CAM software that handles their water cooler, so again I'm glad I opted with Corsair for this component instead.