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Corsair H50

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Corsair H50 CPU Cooler

3 May 2011
  • Conclusion: There is no doubt about it Corsair and Asetek were at the top of their game when they introduced the H50. Since then the market has changed a little and you can now find similar setups from almost every manufacture, even Corsair has introduced a few new variations. Because of that the H50 is a little dated, but if you are looking for a dependable water cooling solution you can’t go wrong with the H50.
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Corsair Hydro Series H50 CPU Cooler Review

9 June 2010
  • Conclusion: It runs really cool, and that’s more than 40°C between the H50 and a stock cooler. Is it all that good? Well, almost. 2 thing I must highlight. Firstly, the price – it’s priced over RM 300, the lowest I come by was at RM 335 or so. Not bad a price actually, considering it’s a water-cooling setup and does considerably well.
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Silent PC
2 May 2010
  • Summary: The Corsair Hydro H50 offers a hassle-free introduction to water cooling. No need to worry about radiators, reservoirs, pumps, waterblocks, tubing, coolant; Corsair has put it all together for you at a much lower price than a a DIY system using discrete components. You don't need a big case, either, as all that is required is a 120 mm fan placement.
  • Pros: Stock fan has good acoustics, Easy to mount, Pump portion only 55 mm tall
  • Cons: Loud, buzzy pump, Poor performance/noise ratio, No fan soft mounting option, Expensive
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Overall 9

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Tweak Town
28 April 2010
  • Excerpt: Corsair has really put quite the name out for themselves. With really top notch power supplies, Corsair built quite a following as well. Not too long ago they opened their minds and started designing chassis' such as the Obsidian 800D . This chassis , again, was top notch with no stone unturned, keeping the Corsair name intact.
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Overall 8

Expert Review

18 December 2009
  • Summary: The Corsair H50 is a no fuss no muss, lower noise CPU thermal solution that installs with the relative ease of a regular CPU heatsink. The H50 liquid cooling system arrives fully assembled, pre-filled with a distilled water/propylene glycol coolant and is pre-plumbed.
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Overall 8

Corsair H50 CPU Cooler Video Review

8 December 2009
  • Summary: The Corsair H50 CPU Cooler is a great alternative to a custom water cooling kit. While it doesn't outperform a traditional water cooling kit it is half the cost, performs very well and is easy to install. Watch the video to find out more...
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Corsair H50 Hydro Series Liquid CPU Cooler

OverClock Intelligence Agency
24 November 2009
  • Summary: Despite Corsair primarily being a memory module manufacturer, they also offer other products, some of which are closely related such as USB and SSD drives, and some that are completely different, such as cases and coolers. But regardless of the type of product, they appear to be taking it quite seriously, setting high quality and performance standards and offering the computer enthusiast an alternative brand to choose from.
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Tweak News
11 October 2009
  • Excerpt: Corsair's H50 liquid cooling kit has a lot going for it. Not only is this a turnkey system that requires no assembly or maintenance, it is relatively easy to install, has very good cooling performance and is priced competitively with higher-end air coolers.
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Overall 9

Corsair Cooling Hydro Series H50 CPU Cooler

maximum pc
23 September 2009
  • Excerpt: Corsair is best known for its memory and power supplies, but recently the company has taken to rebadging excellent OEM products for retail. First came a rebadged edition of Samsung’s blazing-fast 256GB MLC solid state drive. Now Corsair is continuing the trend by scooping up Asetek’s all-in-one liquid CPU cooler and rebranding it as the Corsair Cooling Hydro Series H50. It’s not just a straight-up rebadge.
  • Pros: Quiet; great cooling; competitively priced; no-maintenance closed-loop cooling.
  • Cons: Idle temps could be lower; install could be easier.
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Corsair's H50 all-in-one CPU water cooler

21 September 2009
  • Summary: The H50 is a good example of the evolution of all-in-one PC water cooling kits. Corsair's cooling division has created an easy-to-install unit that offers great performance and commendably low noise levels. With a , though, it's not the cheapest way to get this sort of heat-dissipating power. Still, the H50 did fare quite well against the similar Domino ALC, achieving comparable CPU temperatures with consistently lower noise levels.
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