|Item model number||CW-9060009-WW|
|Item Weight||3.3 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.2 x 5.9 x 8.6 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||12.24 x 5.87 x 8.62 inches|
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Corsair Hydro Series Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler H100i
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- Dual length 240mm radiator for increased surface area and cooling potential
- Integrated Corsair Link™ functionality allows you to adjust fan speed profiles and lighting, and monitor coolant temp via the free Corsair Link Dashboard software download
- Two SP120L High Performance fans optimize static pressure at a reduced noise level for amazing performance
- Large-diameter, low permeability tubing ensures long life and improves flexibility for an easier installation
- A new improved micro-channel cold-plate design more efficiently transfers heat
- Quick and easy magnetic installation brackets make it easier than ever to upgrade to water-cooling
- Includes mounting hardware compatible with all modern CPU socket designs
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Have a PC case that supports a top-mounted 240mm radiator? Take your CPU cooling to a new level. H100i offers twice the radiator surface area of the H80i for even better performance. Monitor temperature and control lighting and fan speed on your screen. No additional hardware is necessary. The 240mm top-mounted radiator provides maximum surface area for maximum cooling power. The 120mm fans use wide, low-pitch blades for better static pressure to noise ratio, offering improved efficiency at lower noise levels
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The Hydro Series H100i delivers extreme performance liquid CPU cooling a 240mm top-mounted radiator and Corsair Link monitoring and control.
Extreme Performance CPU Cooling
Have a PC case that supports a top-mounted 240mm radiator? Take your CPU cooling to a new level. H100i starts with the advanced design of the Hydro Series H80i, and adds a double-wide radiator for even better performance.
Corsair Link Monitoring and Control
Monitor temperature and control lighting and fan speed on your screen. No additional hardware is necessary.
Self-contained Cooling System
Hydro Series H100i comes pre-filled, and never needs refilling or priming.
Dual Radiator with Custom Fan Design
The 240mm top-mounted radiator provides maximum surface area for maximum cooling power. The 120mm fans use wide, low-pitch blades for better static pressure to noise ratio, offering improved efficiency at lower noise levels.
Built-In Corsair Link
No additional hardware is necessary – just connect the included Corsair Link cable to a USB header on your motherboard and download the free Corsair Link Dashboard software. You can monitor coolant temperature and adjust cooling performance directly from your desktop.
Tool-free multiplatform magnetic mounting bracket kit
The modular design makes installation simpler, and it’s compatible with Intel and AMD processors.
Large-diameter, low permeability tubing
Minimal coolant evaporation helps ensure long life, and the resilient material offers both high flexibility and excellent leak protection.
Corsair Hydro Series Liquid CPU Coolers
|CPU Compatibility||Intel, AMD||Intel, AMD||Intel, AMD||Intel, AMD||Intel, AMD||Intel, AMD||Intel, AMD||Intel, AMD|
|Fans Included||One 120mm||One 120mm||One 120mm||None||Dual 120mm||Dual 120mm||Dual 120mm||Dual 120mm|
|Fan Dimensions||120mm x 120mm x 25mm||120mm x 120mm x 25mm||120mm x 120mm x 25mm||—||120mm x 120mm x 25mm (x2)||120mm x 120mm x 25mm (x2)||120mm x 120mm x 25mm (x2)||120mm x 120mm x 25mm (x2)|
|Radiator Dimensions||150mm x 120mm x 25mm||120mm x 152mm x 27mm||120mm x 152mm x 27mm||152mm x 120mm x 38mm||120mm x 152mm x 42mm||120mm x 152mm x 38mm||122mm x 275mm x 25mm||120mm x 275mm x 27mm|
|Corsair Link Compatible||—||—||—||—||✔ (with additional hardware)||✔||✔ (with additional hardware)||✔|
|Selectable Fan Profiles||—||—||—||—||✔||✔||✔||✔|
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- Corsair Link: You can connect the fan controller on this unit to a USB hub on your motherboard and, by using software included with the product, control your fans' speed and monitor their health remotely on your desktop. At least, that's the idea. The software included on the disc did not work on my Windows 8 PC, nor did an update from Corsair's web site. This is the only reason I had to knock off one star, however, do not be too put off by this as the built in fan profile is functional, if a bit noisy.
- Extension cables for the fan controller: Corsair now ships these with 6 inch extended cables to connect your fans to the fan controllers. This was a massive pain before as once the block is seated it's very difficult to see the fan ports. Thanks go to the engineer who designed this.
- Thicker, dual layer tubes: the tubes are now made of two layers to prevent leaking and damage. A thick elastic cover insulates a wider, plastic tube.
- Thicker radiator: To accommodate the greater flow volume, Corsair increased the size of the radiator. The change is not enough to cause clearance issues on most cases, so do not worry too much. The size difference is about 2-3 mm.
- Easier installation: You no longer have to screw the mounting brackets onto the unit itself. Corsair designed the unit to be held down by pressure instead. This makes installation a bit easier, especially for those upgrading from a previous model.
I cannot post an accurate temperature difference as I installed this along with a host of other changes but the effects were positive. I would estimate that changing from the H100 to the H100i would yield 5-10°C temperature differences.
Points to consider if you're thinking about using this:
-- Yes, it might be costlier than an air cooled CPU cooler, sure. But the installation of this thing took a lot less time and involved zero swearing at PC components, for once. It's absolutely the easiest CPU cooler I've installed, ever.
-- The thermal compound might not be as good as Arctic Silver, sure. But I've read the details on the compound elsewhere and it got at least decent reviews, so I'm OK with it, because
-- Holy cow, does this thing take cooling to a new level. The details given from the Corsair Link software are very useful, and the motherboard's capacity to automatically overclock (an Asus Z-97 board) cranked the chip up quite nicely, without me needing to worry about how far it was taken. Yes, the fans do get a little loud when you're cranking them to full speed. Do you know any fans that are -silent- when operating at full speed? Yeah, I don't either.
To sum up - if you're at all thinking about trying overclocking or just want a cool processor in your gaming rig, if you like a seriously easy installation of a critical component, if you appreciate high levels of information about how that critical component is performing to keep the rest of your gaming rig cool, buy this. The fact that the Corsair logo on the pump's face lights up is extra cool. (The fact that it can dynamically change colors as it gets hotter is just the cherry on top of the whipped cream on top of the icing on top of the cake.)
Prior to ordering I did my fair share of homework to ensure I knew what I was diving into, and I'm glad I did. The installation of the H100i can be a bit tricky. The one particular issue I encountered during installation was mounting the H100i's radiator to the top of my Cooler Master Storm Trooper chassis. The Cooler Master Storm Trooper has sufficient enough room to accommodate a 240mm radiator but being my first time performing such an installation, it proved to be a bit tricky especially while aligning up screw holes. Other than that, installation was relatively easy; screw the fans into the radiator, mount the radiator, clean off the existing residue on my 3570k from my previous cooler, mount that backplate and connect the studs to it, then remove the plastic cover on the water block, mount it, and screw it into place. I recommend reviewing videos online over installation since the instructions provided by Corsair aren't all the helpful. Corsair's instructions give you the bare minimal information on installation, which should be sufficient enough but the more information the better.
The temperature of my system without an overclock stays at approximately 40c at idle while using the pre-applied thermal compound that was provided on the waterblock. Under the same circumstances under load the maximum temperature achieved was approximately 56c after rendering a video. With that being said I have locked my fans at approximately 1,000rpm in order to make my system relatively quiet so I believe the temps are fair. I can imagine using your own thermal compound, as well as adjusting your fans to a higher rpm would prove to be more effective in dropping temps.
Corsair's Link Software is quirky. The one particular issue that bothers me is that Corsair Link will constantly reset the first color selection I chose for the LED's. In order to prevent Corsair Link from doing this I had to enter Window's Task Scheduler and disable all associated Task's having to do with Corsair Link, otherwise upon shutting my system down and turning it back on my first LED would be set to Black, which messed up the color scheme of my system. By disabling the tasks in Task Scheduler I can no longer properly run Corsair's Link Software to change my system's fan speeds unless I enter Window's Task Scheduler and re-enable them. Updating to Corsair's latest beta version of Corsair Link didn't help with the issue, and if anything felt buggier than the previous version I had installed.
All in all as I said before I think it was a worthwhile experience.
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Also, here's a 10 min stress test I ran.