Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4
Rated 3 out of 5 by kieranfretwell The bracket is good but not the fan
I installed an H60 onto a 780 ti and i had no problems with that, the installation was pretty simple but the blower fan included was making a really loud grinding noise. I had to take the fan apart and oil it myself, it seems to be a lot quieter for now.
30 December 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by mvr74 Nice bit of kit
Cool product tho my h60 didn't fit but it's now got h80gt plugged in and working well got really impressive results under benchmarking
18 August 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Casey Research your graphics card and treat the HG10 gently!
Make sure you research your Graphics card before you buy this. I made several mistakes, firstly the card I had was not compatible I needed a reference card as only select GPU's will fit with this bracket. Make sure and check out the list at http://www.corsair.com/en-gb/hydro-series-hg10-n780-gpu-liquid-cooling-bracket
Once I got the correct card and connected it up with the AIO (H90) using the small standoffs I proceeded to overtighten the thumb screws and immediately broke off one of the small standoff screws....no problem, I'll use the other bracket and use the other holes. It should still fit tight with three out of 4 screws.... Yep you guessed it, did it again. Now I have to buy a new one!
Moral of the story, research your card before buying this, even though it says it's for 770's 780s and 780Ti's it's only certain brands and models that it will fit with.
Also, thumb screws are called that for a reason, no need to screw them in tighter than they need to! As I learnt to my wallets detriment.
13 August 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Dunc40 Very poor
The main problem is you have to attach small screw nuts on to the bracket to attach the cooler. The are tiny. You have for thumb screws to attach the cooler on the the screw nuts that You put on which have a small screwdriver head on top. Do not do as I did and use a screwdriver. They small nuts break off where they are attached to the bracket rendering the unit useless. Very poor design. Why give you the option of using a screwdriver if it's breaks the nuts.
14 July 2015