Pros: Have had it for 6 months and no problems at all. Easy install as long as your have the correct case. Keeps my computer stable and cool even with playing battlefield on ULTRA while playing itunes and skype and 5 web pages, ect.
Summary: I mounted this in a Corsair Obsidian 650D case. Did not experience the problems others have noted with the radiator being too long for this case, because I mounted the fans against the case frame, with the radiator next. It then cleared the SATA dock of the case with no problem.
Pros: Cooling power; large fans; Corsair Link software
Summary: I can confirm this fits in the top of the Fractal Define R5. It is very tight though, the end tank slightly touches the case near where the mobo PS2 ports would be. No issues though. Also, make sure the header you plug the pump into is locked to 100% RPM in your BIOS.
Pros: Excellent cooling for my overclocked 5930K. Temps rarely get above 50C. Very quiet when fans are on PWM control, and pump is silent as well. Mounting on your CPU is easy if you read the manual.
Cons: As other have mentioned, than fans aren't so great. Mine have a slight tick/vibration at certain speeds, but they run so slow thanks to the cooling capacity it is rarely an issue. I nearly docked an egg for this though. Also, it would be nice if the two fans shared a connector so I didn't have to...
Summary: I would caution anyone buying this to make sure your case has somewhere to mount it. 280mm is a serious radiator and will not fit in many many cases. Assuming you can install it, this thing is a gem. There is also a gap between the 2 fans that I guess causes issues installing in some cases.
Pros: I bought this for an i7-4790k build because I was so worried about keeping it cold when OC'd, especially with all the horror stories I heard about cooling it. Well anyway, I bought this and a Corsair case as well that I knew it would fit. Anyway, it installed faster than even a normal after marke...
Pros: looks good!!! cools cold!!! thats about it!!!!
Cons: started leaking after a year of ownership, coolant has distributed all over my precious pc parts, the cpu is soaked, the gtx780 is trashed and my power supply took a bath. waiting on corsair to see what they will do about this mess. looking at $1800 worth of damage. already purchased a deepcool a...
Pros: Cools my i5 4670K very well. Installation was very easy. Looks awesome.
Cons: One fan has a bad bearing that sounds like an old hard drive working really hard. I tried to RMA through Newegg and have no option to do that as it is past 30 days. Currently trying to get in touch with Corsair to get a replacement fan.
Summary: If the fan issue got fixed I bet this would be a great cooler!
Pros: Easy installation.
Cons: Both of the fans the cooler came with rattled like crazy. Got ahold of Corsair customer support and they sent me two more fans. 1 of those rattled like crazy. 3 out of 4 fans are not usable. hopefully when I call corsair tomorrow they will send me upgraded fans this is ridiculous Ive spent a lot ...
Summary: I've been building computers for almost 25 years and this is my first one with liquid cooling. This kit made it easy.
Pros: Easy to mount cold block on Intel 2011-v3 socket. Radiator/fans fit perfectly in top grille of Fractal Design Define XL R2 case. Fans are quieter than I expected running at 7 volts. Keeps i7-5930K CPU well under 35 degrees all the time.
Cons: Fans are LOUD when running at 12 volts. But at 7 volts are nearly silent, and at 5 volts are completely silent.
Summary: I own two H110's and I like the cooler. The most recent one I bought from Newegg.ca and everything was fine, well almost. You see the fans that came with the cooler were making Terrible sounds.
Pros: simple effective cooler
Cons: fans are garbage Corsair's support let me down