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Corsair launch H70 CPU Cooler

The H50 was a great success for Corsair into not only the water cooling market but also the CPU cooling market altogether. The H50 aloud users to run a water cooling setup without all the space issues you get with a full fat water cooling loop.

Today corsair have launched the H70, the successor to the H50. Corsair claim that it'll stand to toe with ANY CPU cooler currently on the market but that it's quieter, easier and practical.

Some of the updates Corsair have brought to the table are a double-thickness (50mm) radiator with higher heat-exchanging capacity and a pump/cold plate unit with increased efficiency. The H70 also features two 120mm speed-switchable cooling fans in a push-pull configuration to provide increased airflow at low noise levels.

“Thanks to the H70, you no longer need a fin array the size of a small shoebox to cool aggressively overclocked CPUs,” stated John Beekley, VP of Technical Marketing at Corsair.

Like the wildly popular H50, the Hydro Series H70 provides the benefits of water cooling in a sealed and pre-filled unit, with no maintenance required. The low profile cold plate is extremely space efficient, and is very low in mass compared to heat pipe based solutions, putting less stress on the system’s motherboard. The H70 includes mounting hardware for most common AMD and Intel CPUs, and, unlike some competitive CPU coolers, includes all necessary fans for high performance operation.

The Corsair Hydro Series H70 CPU Cooler is available immediately from Corsair’s worldwide network of authorized distributors and resellers. It is supplied with a two year warranty, and is backed by Corsair’s legendary customer service and technical support.

About Corsair

Founded in 1994, Corsair supplies high performance products purchased primarily by PC gaming enthusiasts who build their own PCs or buy pre-assembled customized systems.  The company's award-winning products include DRAM memory modules, USB flash drives, power supply units, solid-state drives, cooling systems and computer cases.