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- H100i v2
Yes - 240 mm
- 254 points
- 28 months ago
Keeps everything nice and cool inside of the case! The stock fans are a little bit noisy at anything above 60%, but that was easily adjusted with the fan curve. It looks fantastic, too!
- 211 points
- 37 months ago
from completed build Sleek Build
Just as it says on the box all in one cooler that does the job keeps my CPU at 16C idle and I hit around 40-50C max load.
- 210 points
- 33 months ago
from completed build MasterBeast: First Custom PC Build
Corsair out-did itself with this amazing water-cooler. It not only is very very good at cooling, but its also cost-effective. Sure, it doesnt look amazing or anything, but it really packs a punch. Some cons though, the tubes are extremely rigid and very hard to keep in place until everything is installed. Also, depending on your case, you might have to put the radiator upside down.
- 159 points
- 35 months ago
from completed build Orion Unlocked
Very quiet under idle, very acceptable pump noise under load. Looks amazing too with being able to customise the Corsair Logo colour.
- 102 points
- 32 months ago
from completed build Tuxedo
It is quiet, and keeps my temperatures down a lot. The main reason I chose liquid cooling was to avoid having a large air cooler in my case. I love the way liquid cooling looks so I chose to get one
- 96 points
- 36 months ago
from completed build Ebony & Ivory (First PC Build)
great cooler, quiet if you swap out stock fans and keeps my pc ice cold. Only gripe is needing to use corsair link and that darned usb cable coming out of the pump. i would actually suggest going for nzxt's new x52 instead though!
- 77 points
- 20 months ago
from completed build Mother War - A Black Parade Themed Build From PCPP's Official Emo Kid
Worth every penny. Keeps my OC'd Ryzen 1700 ~60 on load.
- 59 points
- 32 months ago
from completed build Akarui hoshi (Bright star) AM4 Build
Couldn't complain about this AIO cooler. It does the job, was very easy to install and mounted right onto the board with the correct backplate.
- 56 points
- 21 months ago
from completed build Liquid Cooled MacPro PC
Overall I'm happy with this cooler. It keeps my overclocked 8600K at 55-60 degrees C. The quality seems great, which is what i'd expect from Corsair. The pump makes quite a bit of noise on performance mode, but on quiet mode you can hardly hear it. I didn't notice much of a difference in cooling performance between the two so I've kept it on quiet mode. The Corsair Link Software is good, not great, but good. Overall i'm really happy with this cooler, especially considering the price!