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Corsair H100 92.0 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler

( 4.5 Average / 50 Ratings )

Specifications

Manufacturer

Corsair

Model

H100

Part #

CWCH100

Supported Sockets

AM2, AM2+, AM3, AM3+, FM1, FM2, FM2+, LGA1150, LGA1155, LGA1156, LGA1366, LGA2011, LGA2011-3, LGA775

Liquid Cooled

Yes

Radiator Size

240mm

Noise Level

22.0 - 39.0 dbA

Fan RPM

1300 - 2500 RPM

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Reviews

from completed build Illogical Increment

Corsair H100. Old technology & a refurb to boot, but it was the cheapest 240mm radiator AIO solution I could find without rebate hassles. Instead of the included Corsair fans, I'm using four Cooler Master Silent 120 fans in push-pull. Since I insisted on the extra fans, I had to move both drive cages and shove my HDD in the 5.25" slot.

The fans can plug right into a hub built into the pump assembly, you can select 3 different speeds using the button on the pump. There's no PWM control, which is different from the other AIO coolers I've tried (Cooler Master Seidon 120V; Lepa Aquachanger 120). It plugs into the CPU fan header via 3 pin, but also needs SATA power, probably for the hub. It's a bit of a cable management nightmare as is, I'm looking into other solutions.

from completed build One Bad Mo'Bo!

Corsair H100. Old technology & a refurb to boot, but it was the cheapest 240mm radiator AIO solution I could find without rebate hassles. Instead of the included Corsair fans, I'm using four Cooler Master Silent 120 fans in push-pull. The case allows for the push fans to be mounted outside of the case, with the pull fans and radiator inside.

The fans can plug right into a hub built into the pump assembly, you can select 3 different speeds using the button on the pump. There's no PWM control, which is different from the other AIO coolers I've tried (Cooler Master Seidon 120V; Lepa Aquachanger 120). It plugs into the CPU fan header via 3 pin, but also needs SATA power, probably for the hub. I tried using the hub and it seemed to work, but it wasn't pretty. I'm using a Swiftech splitter now.