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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.
- 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.
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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.
Top Customer Reviews
The H100i V2 is simply a re-branded H100i GTX. I own both and can not find any discernible difference between them. The CPU core temps that were measured using HWinfo are basically the exact same. There was a difference of about 3 degrees under load but this is due more to the silicon lottery than the radiator. IMO buy whichever is cheapest at the time of purchase because the differences are not worth paying more for.
The fans on the radiator are SP120L PWM fans which are very solids fans however are still a bit loud for my liking. I have replaced them with Noctura Nf-f12 fans and it works amazing. Replacing the fans did not provide a decrease in temperature but will allow the system to run near silent. Here is a link to the fans that I purchased Noctua NF-F12 PWM Cooling Fan
Compared to an air cooled system you can expect to see a decent drop in temps anywhere from between 5-10C depending on the cooler you are using. If you are planning on Overclocking then I highly suggest you purchase a liquid cooler to protect the CPU from thermal throttle and silicon degradation. Honestly once you make the move to liquid cooling you will never go back.
A couple things I want to point out:
Installation is very easy however to install this cooler you will need to install a support bracket on the underside of your motherboard. For new builds this is not an issue at all since this is easily done before the board is installed into the case.Read more ›
I love the size of the H110 radiator, the new pump, and the lack of molex. I think the molex connector has to be phased out since I always have a problem plugging molex into my Corsiar AX1200. I ran into problem with mounting the H110 into my 650D. The tubes have to be on the right side of the radiator because the rear fan would interfere with a left side mount. An internal P/P configuration would not work with the H100 and will not work with the H110 as well. The configuration I choose was an exhaust push. One day, Ill have a P/P with fans on the outside of the case. I've done that with my H100. The kit does not come with short mounting screws. I had to use the screws that came with my H100. There is a piece of the 650D top HDD dock that interferes with the H110 radiator. I was able to mount the radiator to the top of my case using 6 out of 8 screws, which is sufficient enough but also looks messy. During my stress testing, I set the fans to spin at full speed. One of the fans started to rattle and then the other started to rattle as well. I already submitted a RMA on the fans. Here are my results using 20 runs on LinX:
4.8GHz, 74C max temp, 1.368V max VCore (could be lower with the 3305 BIOS), 24C ambient
4.9GHz, 82C max temp, 1.392V max VCore, 25.5C ambient
I was not able to hit 5GHz because the VCore was at 1.432V and that was too high for comfort.Read more ›
My 4790k idles at 25 celcius (without an overclock) and does not go above 49.
The stock fans are a bit loud even lowered to 800 rpm's. I ordered some SP120 Quiet Edition fans and I will see if the sound at idle is quieter.
Protip: It only comes with 8 screws to mount the fans. If you plan on adding another 2 fans you'll need also need to purchase 8 more 1 1/4" length x 6/32 thread screws.
I was a little worried about installing this thing as I've never installed a closed loop water cooling system before and didn't know what to expect, but it's extremely easy and very intuitive. If you've ever installed a heatsink on a processor, then this isn't that much different - at all.
One thing to note, when installing the backplate to the motherboard, the screws/standoffs do not always put pressure on the motherboard itself and may appear wobbly. I thought I did something wrong when installing it when I put the backplate and standoffs on since the whole backplate would shift about 1/4 of an inch back and forth. THIS ALL GET'S RESOLVED when you put the heatsink on and screw it to the standoffs. It will tighten against the motherboard and everything will be 100% snug.
If you're experiencing issues with the Corsair logo flashing when your computers under load, you may need to hop into your motherboard's BIOS and set the voltage on the fan port that connects to the pump/heatsink to always be at 100% and not variable based upon temperature.
I have an NZXT H440 case and the H105 fits in it like a GLOVE. I'm pretty sure these two were made for each other.
I didn't choose to upgrade my fans like a lot others have, the stock fans to me are very silent and generate enough airflow to cool the CPU down so I am happy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Keeps my CPU very cool and it looks great in my computer. It was fairly easy to set up as well. I wish it didn't require quite so many cables though.Published 23 hours ago by Adam J. Gardner
Not sure if the fans are working, but until now my CPU didn't blow up, so I guess it's working just fine.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
I don't build computers, all I've ever done is add ram. It took me a while to get this properly installed (the directions don't mention you made need to remove both the CPU fan AND... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Lisa Chambers
The radiator is easy to install and I do like the software controls. However, the main problem with this product is the fans. The fans are garbage. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Farbod
The radiator just barely fits in place, and it just narrowly brushes up against the backplate of my video card. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Daniel