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- H60 (CW-9060007-WW)
Yes - 120 mm
- 42 points
- 31 months ago
from completed build Ryzen 1700X Gaming & Productivity Build
I already had this sitting around and figured I'd try to use it on my new 1700x to get it by until new options came out. Even though at the time this did not list as compatible with the ryzen CPUs this thing clips right on no problems. I was pleasantly surprised that this thing keeps my 1700x nice and cool with a healthy 3.9ghz OC since the day I got it. I'm not really a corsair product fan these days but this so far has done me well.
- 34 points
- 40 months ago
Good CPU cooler with loud stock fan! I switched the fan to a Thermaltake Riing static pressure fan and its nearly silent now. My temps on my 6600k idle around ambient and then hit around 53 degrees under load. I don't do a lot of overclocking but I wanted a cooler that would be easy to install, quiet, nice looking and, well, keep my CPU cool for not a whole lot of money. This does the trick!
- 29 points
- 45 months ago
from completed build Singularity Core
4 Years later, the pump itself finally starting to get a little bit noisy (emitting a sound with high frequency, similar to coil whine)... It's a real nice piece of kit for it's price really, my H60 is on it's 4th year of service :3~
- 28 points
- 44 months ago
from completed build First Build (well needed) (pissed off wife)
Was a little difficult to install for me (first build) but after about 15-20 minutes of messing with it I figured it out. Keeps my CPU nice and cool!
- 28 points
- 21 months ago
from completed build Low Budget Gaming PC
The Corsair H60 is an awesome AIO liquid cooler. Provides great cooling for my Pentium G3258.
- 27 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build Scarlet Fox
Impressed with the temperatures of this small AIO cooler. definitely enough for most builds. currently idle temps are 23-25 oC. will report back after playing with the CPU OC.
- 27 points
- 35 months ago
from completed build Purple K
Holy ****, he put an AIO on an i5-6400!?! Guilty as charged. First of all, I'm not ever going to use an Intel stock cooler and secondly, I find air coolers to be rather ugly in general. At the end of the day I went with this cooler because it was more low-profile and it added a more custom look. It's installed on the side vent using a Corsair SP120 PWM set in a push configuration which is the only exhaust fan in the system. Between this fan and the intake, the system sits at 26-45C depending on load and is completely silent.
- 26 points
- 21 months ago
from completed build Vanilla Thunder
Very good cooler for the money. I initially started with a Cryorig H7 but it was too big for the ram (the mounting x bars were in the way, and RAM is too fat). To my surprise it cools the CPU around 10-20C cooler than the H7. I would have given it 5 starts, however, the stock fan that came with the cooler was super noisy and even produced rattling noises. Anyway, I full recommend this AIO over any budget air cooler for a good CPU since it is usually discounted to $44, only 10 bucks more than the H7. Plus, I think it looks way cooler and it is easier to work around in tight spaces.
- 25 points
- 37 months ago
from completed build Aqua Dream
Due to size limitations, i decided this cooler, not the best, but good performance, better than air due noise level.
- AMD FX-6300 (@4.3GHz)
- GeForce GTX 970
- Intel Core i7-4770K
- GeForce GTX 770
- Intel Xeon E3-1241 V3
- GeForce GTX 780