Rated 4 out of 5 by 8
Rated 5 out of 5 by Greg14 Expected a little more but really not bad
Had this for a while now and no problems as of yet. Make sure you have enough room in your case for this as it is a nice size. Have mine in a NZXT Switch 810. Keeps my 8370fx @ 4.7ghz around 29 degrees idle. Running Prime95 for a good while doesn't hit 60 degrees so it does pretty well. The fitting of it was I found very easy, but my case has a lot of room. Overall not really that bad, but for a few more £'s I would go with the h110i gt.
29 March 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Geneslicer Absolute dogs trollop
baught this for my cpu upgrade from my beast aircooler to cool the fx-9590 and as soon as i powered it up it detonated my cpu as it had no fluid in it sent it off to corsair for repair plus new cpu under warrenty with them. second one turned up installed it ... BANG .. there goes second cpu .... i would recommend you spend the extra £10 and get the nzxt kraken x61 as new cpu and the x61 are now working like a dream
25 December 2014
Rated 3 out of 5
by Seeker Pretty good
Well, I jumped on this from t-40tb air cooler and yes, it was an upgrade. It can handle 3570k [email protected], it gets about 95c on intel burn test(2nd core is 9c higher than others-really bad paste on a die).
And I managed to fit it in the front of the fractal r4, though I had to reposition HD cages, then use a hammer to knock the little plastic pins in the r4's front fan cage, but thats it, I have it not even screwed to the case, just pushed it into a front fan cage and it still holds since June even after quite some pushing and lifting of the pc.
All in all, If I had a chance I would go with h105/h100i/d15. Silence wise, I have my h110's stock fans running at 750rpm and they are dead silent :)
06 November 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by GoldTess Keeps the heat down.
I bought this cooler to keep my overclocked i7-4470K running at 46.0 MHz cool after running Prime 95 for about four hours it remained at about 80c which was a lot better than before the only issue I have with it is the screw threads in the radiator are very fragile so be careful when fitting.
31 May 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Mick44 Does the job
Very good product, fits a NZXT Switch 810 no problem. Could do with a metal back plate.
29 May 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Callum770 Really quite good but not the easiest to fit
The cooling is very good for the money. The operation is very quiet and I cannot hear it at all unless I specifically try to hear it. It looks very good and quite professional. The cooling was overall very good, as it has a 280mm radiator paired with two of the provided fans (140mm each). However this turned into a problem. 280mm radiators are not supported by all cases so try to make sure one will fit although I was able to fit it thanks to Corsair's amazing build quality, this meant I was able to mount it with only four screws on one side of the radiator and it was still very sturdy and secure. The fitting of the CPU block itself was easy and only took me 5 minutes. I would definitely get this if you want a good cooler and a reasonable price. However make sure that you've made sure your case supports this cooler.
28 December 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Dared Does what it says on the box.
Running the processor hard and kept at a steady 55 Deg C. Could not ask for more.
Big cooler that needed some case modification but you know that when you buy so no real issue.
Fans could be quieter though so maybe change them out in the future.
25 October 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by dav1dk1ng Pricey but good
It is quite a lump sum to pay up, but this cooler is able to keep my i7 4770K overclocked to 4.2GHz at around 40 Degrees Celsius easily. I'm sure I've plenty of room for more overclocking too. The fan quality seems a little low, but as it's such a large surface area, the fans can run that much slower and hence much less noise.
17 August 2013