I will no longer be purchasing Corsair products and I will not recommend them to anyone else in the future
A. Teem, Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: I've had this liquid cooler for less than a year and it has already stopped working. This is the second time i have attempted to RMA an item with Corsair and they were unable to replace the product due to no stock at their RMA depot. I am giving up on this company.
Summary: Overall great cooler, even with just the 1 fan cooling the rad for over a week I had no problems.
Pros: The cooler itself works great, it keeps my CPU temps nice and low and makes my pc ready for overclocking.
Cons: The fans left a lot to be desired. One fan that came with the unit was DOA, I reached out to corsair and they sent me a new one no questions asked. The new fan however did take over a week to arrive from the time Corsair replied to me.
Summary: Why do high end products continue to come with a layer of cheap thermal paste that no end user worth their salt won't just wipe off? Save the 5 cents in production cost please.
Pros: This AIO liquid cooler will truly open up the possibilities of your CPU or GPU. If you have a lot of heat, like I do, or live in a hot climate, liquid cooling is your solution. I overclocked my FX-8150 to a stable 4500mhz at a maximum operating temperature of 48C under load, a 25% theoretical per...
Cons: Installation, installation, installation. The installation on this piece is an absolute pain and the smallest of improvements could have levied these pains. I opted not to use the Corsair prepackaged fans and instead went with two static pressure Noctuas. They are just a smidgen thicker than expe...
Excerpt: This cooler is great if you have the space to fit it. At 280mm a case with adaqate clearance is critical. the enclse instructions are a little vauge but managable for someone who has ever mounted a cooler to their PC before.
Pros: The cooler works well enough. It does keep my FX 8 Core chip fairly cool, even under heavy loads.
Cons: The first thing I don't like about this cooler, is the connectors for the fans are way too short. So I messed up and bought a case that wasn't big enough to fit this cooler inside of it. So I had to rig it up, horizontally--on TOP of the case. I modded it a bit to mount it on top. The problem was...
Summary: This is a 280mm cooler so be sure your case can handle the size of it. It fits snug inside my fractal R5 had to swap the rear 140mm fan to a 120mm and move my disk drive down a slot to fit this beast. I debated back and forth between the h110 and the h110i.
Pros: Installation of this unit was quite easy with the instructions included. The cooling is ok. It's not impressive but does get the job done. Overclocking my 4960k to 4.7ghz, it is able to maintain an average of 35-37c at idle.
Cons: The fans included are quite loud and are audible above 900 rpm. Also the instructions state that the fans included have arrows for air flow direction which they don't and was hard to believe.
Summary: - I did not double check my measurements and after it arrived I thought I might have to scrap my build and using this cooler. - But luckily my metal nibbler tool cut the proper sized square hole in top of case.
Pros: -Fits my new DIY build, using an Intel socket 2011v3 CPU just fine. - quiet operation -keeps the CPU running under 50 degrees C even when all cores are running at 100% of CPU utilization. - I would recommend to others
Cons: -needs a bit of space to mount the whole cooling assembly and dual fans.
Summary: This dropped my temperatures from 50 on idle and 70/75 on heavy load to 24 on idle to 40 on heavy load. I overclocked from 4.0 to 4.2 and it's now 32 on idle 44 on heavy load. Its like having ice on my cpu.
Cons: kk it was a pain the the neck to install, my case was too small for it so i had to kind of mount the radiator on top of my pc. and that heat sink would not go on for the life of my I kind of am a little worried with the amount of pressure i needed to screw it in