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Corsair Hydro Series H110 280 mm High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler
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- The 140mm-wide radiator has a larger surface area than typical 120mm radiators for more efficient heat transfer
- The blades of the included 140mm fan have more surface area than most 120mm fan blades, so it doesn’t need to spin as fast to deliver the same airflow
- The low-evaporation, easy-bend tubing is guaranteed leak-free;Compatibility: Intel™ LGA 1150, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011 and 2011-3 AMD™ sockets FM1, FM2, AM2, and AM3.
- Large-diameter, low permeability tubing ensures long life and improves flexibility for an easier installation
- The cold plate uses copper for outstanding heat transfer, and the manifold is engineered for efficient flow
- The multi-platform mounting bracket easily adapts for Intel and AMD processors. Compatibility - Intel LGA 1150, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011 and 2011-3 ; AMD sockets FM1, FM2, AM2, and AM3
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Extreme CPU cooling performance for 280mm radiator mounts
Hydro Series H110 is an all-in-one liquid CPU cooler that provides cooling that’s far superior to stock CPU air fans. Liquid cooling simply works better than air cooling, and the self-contained design of the H110 makes it easy for you to protect your valuable CPU.
Take advantage of your 280mm radiator mount
For efficient cooling, bigger is better – it’s simple physics. If your PC’s case can fit a 280mm radiator, Hydro Series H110 will give you better performance. The larger diameter fans provide better airflow with lower noise than most 120mm fans, and the 280mm radiator has more surface area for faster cooling.
Low-RPM 140mm fans
The blades of the included 140mms fan are larger than most 120mm fan blades, so they don’t need to spin as fast to deliver the same airflow, reducing noise without lowering performance.
The low-evaporation, easy-bend tubing is guaranteed leak-free.
Advanced cold plate and manifold design
The cold plate uses copper for outstanding heat transfer, and the manifold is engineered for efficient flow.
Simple mounting bracket
The multi-platform mounting bracket easily adapts for Intel and AMD processors.
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Corsair Hydro Series H110 280mm Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler... For efficient cooling, bigger is better - it's simple physics. If your PC's case can fit a 280mm radiator, Hydro Series H110 will give you better performance. The larger diameter fans provide better airflow with lower noise than most 120mm fans, and the 280mm radiator has more surface area for faster cooling.
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So now I have to wait on another cable. :(
I'll edit this after I actually install it. Right now I have a Antec H620 that has either a fan or pump that's getting sick, so the CPU temp is sneaking upwards of 55C with a cutoff temp of 60C. (Under load... idle temp has crept up from 30 when the cooler was new to about 35-38 now.)
Edit: 1-31-16.... Well, it's done, finally. Here is the final situation: The Corsair H110 280 cooler itself fits just fine in the top of the Corsair Carbine G400 case with the following caveat. It will not work with a pair of 140mm fans in their factory installed spot if you happen to own an Asus Sabertooth 990FX motherboard. The motherboard causes two problems: The Aux. 12Volts to the motherboard via an 8 pin Molex connector conflicts with the fan on the left side (as you as looking into the case. It misses clearing by at least a 1/4 inch, meaning the left fan won't fit. On the right hand side of the case, the DRAM locking tabs come up just high enough to conflict with the fan on the right. Bottom line: This combination won't work unless you're willing to spend some time and money and engineer around the problem.
Here's what I did: I bought a piece of good model airplane/boat 5/32" thick plywood, mounted the 140mm fans in place, and marked the outline of the fans on the plywood. Then the plywood was cut. Then I marked the holes for mounting the fans and drilled them into the plywood. Here's where it cost me money: I purchase a pair of Noctua 120 PWM fans. I mounted those using one of the 140mm mounting holes so I could 'through bolt' the fans in at least one spot. I used the little rubber mounting widgets that Noctua send for the remainder of the holes. Then I marked the inside of the fan duct, and used a REAL jigsaw to cut the holes out. Then everything got assembled. The two 120mm fans give me sufficient clearance to clear both the 12volt Molex connector and the DRAM lock tabs, It is a close fit for everything, still, but it all works.
The new cooler basically insisted on sucking air through the radiator and exhausting it into the case, which is the opposite of what I had before. Cool air came in from the front, bottom and side and exhausted through the back and top (Makes sense...heat rises, right?) This is less than perfect in my mind because dust, etc, are going to be hard to vacuum out of the top ... oh, well. I reversed the direction of flow for the 2 140mm fans in the left side cover of the case to help equalize the airflow in/out. Fortunately, the GPU exhausts most of its own hot air out the back of the computer.
I guess I'll try this setup for a while and see how it goes. I've got a 3D render going right now, and the temperature is creeping back up to 53 degrees....
The reason for choosing the H110 over the H100. I have two sons who built awesome machines. One has the H100 the other has the H110. The H100, which is further from the door, can be heard as you enter the room. You have to get close to the computer with the H110 in order to hear it. I wanted quiet. They both work excellent for cooling. The larger fans on the H110 just make it better. Worth the extra few bucks. Just make sure you measure.
 It allows for lower HIGH temperatures during EXTREME loads - loads where my previous liquid cooler often failed and a system shutdown would ensue.
 The radiator unit never gets hot to the touch.
 The included Corsair fans move air at decent CFMs, while maintaining reasonably low noise volume.
 Installation took much longer than I anticipated. I expect a second set of hands will help.
 A 2-year warranty for a flagship Corsair product. They used to provide 5-year warranties for products north of $100.
 Eventual galvanic corrosion - because different metals are used in the build: i.e. aluminum radiator and copper cold plate.
**Corsair does cite an estimated MTBF of 50,000 hours, however. I'm hoping this MTBF is the standard that the H110 will measure up to.**
There is a liquid cooling unit on the market constructed of uniform metals : copper : and that, for the most part, is self-contained and resistant to galvanic corrosion. The H20-220 Edge is an excellent alternative - but nearly twice the price of this Corsair model. It's probably worth every penny.
UPDATE: after a mere 4 months, the fans began to rattle. I first noticed it after playing with their rotation rates, using my ASUS motherboard's software (AI Suite). Unsettled, I then opted to use the fan control buttons built into my Cooler Master chassis - and the noise went away. Relieved but still curious, I began experimenting with the motherboard software days later. I verified that indeed the AI Suite was inducing the rattling. By then, however, the rattling stuck and I couldn't quiet my fans no matter what controls I used. Fortunately, Corsair's warranty covered the fans - but not separately. Corsair replaced the whole unit with new fans and a new radiator. Odd, but I had no complaints. Granted, I didn't have use of the H110 for a couple of weeks, but I'm a happy customer.