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Corsair - H100i v2 70.69 CFM Liquid CPU Cooler

( 4.6 Average / 298 Ratings )





H100i v2

Part #

(or) H100i v2

Supported Sockets


Liquid Cooled


Radiator Size


Noise Level

37.7 dB


2435 RPM

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Price History (Excluding Tax) History:


ecooper26 15 points 38 months ago
from completed build First Time Build

Works well, Corsair Link interface is simple and snap to install. I'll post some test temps soon.

bigglou55 3 points 37 months ago

This is a great cooler and it keeps everything nice and chilled. during my Linpack single run, core temps never went above 60c. Installation was easy for me (experienced builder) but the instructions had hardware mislabeled and plenty of procedural gaps (which resulted in 1 star being removed from my rating).

skyrim5834 15 points 37 months ago
from completed build Skylake Striker

Amazing improvements to the H100i, keeps cpu cool and is easy to install. Fans are quiet and keeps thing at good temps.

Myprsite 20 points 36 months ago
from completed build Rob's Red Box

This was a difficult choice because I'm editing video, not gaming on quad 4k screens. I decided to over-engineer and go with the best. While the tubing seems super stiff, it's flexible enough to work even into my small case.

blakslee720 10 points 36 months ago
from completed build First gaming build (update)

Not the quietest thing in the world. Maybe noctua fans would help

Made a pretty significant difference over my old 212 evo. As far as $/performance, the 212 evo was better but it didn't allow me to achieve the OC I wanted so my experience yields the following:

  1. If you just want to run your CPU stock but cooler, or maybe a small OC get a 212 evo
  2. If you really want to push your CPU, get an AIO with a 240+ radiator or do a custom loop
Robby_ferr 25 points 36 months ago

Works well, its software is very nice and easy to use.

AnthonyTaylor1555 24 points 35 months ago
from completed build A-Unit MK1

The H100i V2 is a good AIO, and it keeps my 4.60GHz CPU at a nice 65 C at full load (benched over 12 hours on RealBench) on the "Quiet" setting. I can't make it any hotter, so it's doing it's job. Changing the glowing color of the Corsair logo is pretty sweet too, even if it eats up one of you USB2 headers.

FrankV01 4 points 34 months ago
from completed build Three

I like this; it was easy to install. The instructions could have been better. I can't tell you about relative cooling performance though since I've only used this cooler on this chip. But, install was pretty easy and it keeps the chip pretty cool.

djjd47130 13 points 34 months ago
from completed build Mid-Range First Build

Great addition to keep the CPU nice and smooth, looks neat and really does its job. Also has some additional tools to help monitor it, and a changing LED. However it is rather cheaply built - for example, the back plate is made of plastic. Probably because they know nobody's going to see it in most final builds.

Luciferian 26 points 34 months ago
from completed build Dies Irae

This thing is an excellent performer in terms of cooling and noise. It is very quiet and it keeps my CPU below a max of around 50 degrees Celsius under the heaviest loads. Most benchmarks and gaming see it around 40 degrees. Now that I've got it in, I realize that I have plenty of room in the Evolv itx for a much larger radiator. I could have gotten a larger model, but this one works very well.