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7.5 out of 10

Corsair Hydro Series H70

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so far working great

Neng Vang "Neng2012", Amazon
25 July 2013
  • Summary: I got this for my friend he paid me and i hoping he will love it as i already own one and working great for me/
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Overall 10
10

Better than anything I've had before

D. Walker "DSLRGuy", Amazon
29 April 2013
  • Summary: I've been building my own custom computers for over 15 yrs. I've always used a 100% air cooled system up until now. With recent high end cpu clock speeds in the 4ghz range air coolers have gotten ridiculously large and hard to work around. I really didn't want go 100% liquid cooling because of the expense and trouble so for my recent build I decided to go liquid on the cpu only.
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Overall 10
10

Hey turn on the heat its freezing in here!

MD, Amazon
20 April 2013
  • Summary: Ok, I'll admit I made a mistake! I bought this without any fans and ended up using my case fans to push air through it. Surprisingly, the temp of my cpu drop 50 degrees. It rarely goes about 119. Mother board is now staying around 109. Later I purchased a couple of Corsaid fans to use with it, and it still runs great, and a lot quieter than I expected. If you've never replaced a cpu fan of the newer types, make sure you READ all the instructions.
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Overall 10
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[H70] Really needs both fans.

Dillon Welch, Amazon
7 March 2013
  • Summary: I bought the H70 (with no fans, I used my own) off of Newegg with a $20 rebate, and it was a very good purchase in my opinion, although I didn't really see a good improvement until After I added a second fan. My case is very small for a gaming case, and I can only fit one fan on the cooler before it gets in the way of my RAM.
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Overall 10
10

used for a GTX 580 mod

K. Hockey, Amazon
23 January 2013
  • Summary: Grabbed this in addition to a bracket from triptcc's website and was able to mod my GTX 580 in one afternoon. My temps were previously hitting 99+ degrees C under 100% load and this dropped the temps down to 60C max, with idles in the 30s. Much much improved. Beware the tubes coming from the radiator aren't as long as they seem. I was only able to mount this+fan to the back of one of the hard drive bays in my 650D case.
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Overall 10
10

Excellent product!

S. Horrell, Amazon
5 December 2012
  • Summary: Easy to install, though the instructions could have been more clear as to which way the snaps assemble into the metal ring. Keeps the CPU cool easily and with minimal sound.
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Overall 10
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H-70: Take your time with install, but works like a charm-

Paul W. Norman "Magic Paul", Amazon
23 June 2012
  • Summary: I bought my H-70 for a new build for my X-58, EVGA 560Ti, Intel:950CPU, 16GB Corsair memory, primarily for gaming and MS Flight Simulator X, etc. Also, I do a lot of video editing on Sony Vegas software, etc. At first, I must admit the H-70 was a bit of a hassle to install. But that was my fault; I rushed. But once I looked at the instructions even more closely and saw how to adjust the plastic screw mounts and bracket correctly everything went fine.
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Overall 10
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Can't beat the value

M. Roberts, Amazon
8 May 2012
  • Summary: ~$100 for the H100, $80-$90 for the H80/70 the value of these units really cannot be touched. There are currently two readily available air coolers that can compete with these units. The Silver Arrow and the Noctua NH-D14. These air coolers are massive and restrict was types of memory you can use or how many DIMM slots you can populate. For a few dollars more you can get a H100/H80/H70. I wouldn't waste my time with a H60/H40/H50.
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Overall 10
10

great product

aaron, Amazon
6 March 2012
  • Summary: this has worked flawless for over a couple of months now. dropped my temps by 20%. I would buy again if needed.
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Overall 10
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Corsair h70 core

LancerL0t, Amazon
10 February 2012
  • Summary: Very Impressed with this unit. on a stock cooler for my apu a8-3850 temps were around 81f with the h70 its at 75f. i have it setup as push pull one fan bringin aair in and the other fan pulls it out
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