Reviews and Problems with Corsair Hydro Series H80i
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Corsair Hydro Series H80i GT
26 June 2015
Summary: Corsair has done a phenomenal job with the Hydro Series H80i GT. This revamp of the H80i not only offers extreme cooling performance, but also properly integrates Corsair Link support, which gives users near-complete control over the unit, from its performance profiles to the color options of the...
Pros: Extreme cooling performance, Perfect memory clearance, High-quality fans, Solid build quality, Easy to install, Great warranty, Well packaged, Corsair Link support, Customizable pump LEDs
Cons: High price, Very loud fans at full speed, Not expandable, Tubing very stiff
Corsair Hydro Series H80i GT AIO Liquid Cooler Review
7 April 2015
Summary: What it all comes down to is whether the H80i GT will fit your needs. It is a great looking cooler that can be customized to fit any systems color scheme, small enough to fit into ITX cases and while still keeping a system running cool. If you prefer a larger radiator, Corsair updated the
Summary: I think the H80i GT is nice mid-range AIO cooler within its category, the performance difference towards its big brother, the H110i GT, is however substantial. That unit however is pretty big yet is a fit for most chassis these days.
Excerpt: A few weeks ago Corsair announced their new H110i GT CPU cooler and we found in our review that it performed exceptionally well. At the same time as that launch two other models were announced and today we have been testing one of those. Welcome to our Corsair H80i GT Review.
Conclusion: The H80i GT has a 5 year warranty and in terms of performance there was a lot to be happy about. At it standard settings our i7-5960X was kept at a very competitive temperature when compared to other liquid coolers.
Corsair Hydro H80i Liquid AIO CPU Cooler Update Review
17 December 2014
Summary: As we continue to move up the Corsair All-In-One CPU cooler matrix, today we get to the mid-range Hydro Series™ H80i High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler. This is another cooler that has been on the market for quite a while and we give it another look and see how it compares against today's market in...
Corsair Hydro H80i Liquid Cooling System Preliminary Review
30 December 2013
Summary: This is a of the Corsair Hydro H80i self
contained liquid cooling system. The Hydro H80i is a compact all-in-one liquid cooling solution built around a 120mm aluminum heat exchanger with two 120mm fans mounted on either side, in a push-pull configuration.
Conclusion: The Corsair H80i is an impressive little package that fits in perfectly with the rest of the Hydro AIO series coolers. Bringing water cooling performance without the usual effort requires in a water cooling installation, the H80i is perfect for the budding enthusiast as well as veteran needing...
Corsair Hydro Series H80i Liquid CPU Cooler Review
8 July 2013
Conclusion: Corsair’s H80i has been out on the market for a while now and as a result we’ve seen prices come down quite a lot over time. Today you can pick the Corsair H80i up for £76.99 at Specialtech , £76.99 at Overclockers UK and £76.56 at Scan Computers International while Amazon users can find it for...
Pros: Excellent cooling performance for the form factor, High quality fans, Advanced fan control, Corsair Link software functionality, Braided/black cables all round, Epic 5 year warranty, Relatively tool-less and simple installation, LED control, Aesthetics are excellent, glossy pump unit and unique g...
Cons: Competing solutions are generally a fair bit quieter, Performance in quiet mode leaves much to be desired, Older SKUs may come with 3 pin fans and/or old firmware which causes fan whine, double check with your retailer of choice before you buy, Standoffs vulnerable to bending/snapping from lockin...
Summary: Final Thoughts
As could be expected from Corsair what we have is a very well finished product that performs nearly as well. It is to be commended for the ease of installation, choice of parts and the Corsair Link software.
Pros: – Easy installation, – Acceptable performance, – Corsair Link control