Reviews and Problems with Corsair Hydro Series H105
Showing 1-6 of 6
Corsair Hydro H105 Review
3 September 2014
Excerpt: Over the past couple of years or so, we gearheads have transitioned from membrane keyboards to mechanical ones; from mechanical hard drives to SSDs; and from air-cooling our CPUs to using closed liquid loops. All favorable moves, though the latter group suffers from a lack of variety.
Pros: Smooth installation; uncomplicated fan control; quieter than average.
Cons: Not quite top-tier performance; radiator size can be an issue.
Conclusion: As far as all-in-one, closed-loop liquid coolers go, the Hydro Series H105 is one of the highest-performance solutions available on the market today. By attaching a thick, 240mm radiator to its latest-generation, low-profile pump, Corsair has created a refined Hydro Series cooler that offers...
Summary: Right out of the gate, we were offered an AIO that can take on a bit of personality to suit the build with the new interchangeable colored rings for the head unit. We did not expect, however, the level of performance we saw in this Hydro Series cooler.
Summary: Even though the Hydro H105 has just been officially presented to the masses at the CES 2014 Trade Show, MadShrimps is already introducing you to this latest sibling of the CORSAIR Hydro series.
Conclusion: It’s quite evident that H105 (just like the Hydro coolers before it) can achieve some of the best thermal performance results in both the liquid and air cooling arena. As we have demonstrated throughout our rigorous tests, at both stock and overclocked performance the H105 was able to effectively...
Pros: + Excellent thermal performance, + Great build quality, + Quick and easy to install, + Interchangeable pump accent rings, + 5 Years warranty, + Support for multiple sockets