Corsair unveils new H105, AX1500i, 760T & RGB Cherry MX Switch Keyboard

H105 AIO Liquid Cooler

Corsair unveils new H105, AX1500i, 760T/730T and Cherry MX Switches at CES


The H105 follows in Corsair’s long line of liquid cooling solutions, and is the fourth dual fan radiator released. The original H100 was a real game changer for closed loop coolers, as it was an affordable and reliable alternative to air cooling. We’re now blessed with a thicker 38mm radiator which allows for a greater cooling performance with improved heat dissipation.

The H105 uses the same pump block we’ve seen on the H75. We were really impressed by how quiet this proved to be, and so we have nothing but high hopes for the H105. The pump block itself comes with three interchangeable coloured rings, similar to that which we’ve seen on the air series fans. We like this a lot since it allows for colour matching without going out of the top with LEDs. It’s a great touch, and we’re hoping to see some great systems coming up in the future using these coolers.


 Corsair unveils new H105, AX1500i, 760T/730T and Cherry MX Switches at CES             Corsair unveils new H105, AX1500i, 760T/730T and Cherry MX Switches at CES


As we’d expect, the H105 is compatible with nearly every Intel and AMD socket, and it should be available over the next few days/weeks. Corsair have priced this at $119.99, so in the UK we’re expecting this to be around £75-90.

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07-01-2014, 11:45:50


Brand new products revealed at CES by Corsair. We give you a quick look at a new cooler, power supply, two cases and keyboard switches

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07-01-2014, 11:59:53

Wow that PSU is EXPENSIVE!!! and talk about OVERKILL3D.

Those cherry MX RGB switches look great, I don't imagine anybody who wouldn't like that level of customization (bright pink anyone?).

Where's the 250D? or do you have something else coming up?Quote

07-01-2014, 12:03:54

That PSU is gloriously powerful. I like the idea of having excess power for the sake of running quieter.

Keyboard is really pretty too, reminds me of some of the MSI gaming laptop's. Shame I'm not a fan of Cherry Reds. If they were browns, I'd snap that up!Quote

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