Corsair H75 Review

Introduction and Technical Specification

Corsair H75 Review

Introduction

With AIOs becoming ever more popular it stands to reason that a company such as Corsair should produce a range of coolers that cater for differing performance requirements and budgets.  With the H75 Corsair are, in there own words, aiming to produce an AIO for "The masses".  Who exactly the masses are remains unclear, but we can surmise that Corsair are aiming at the consumer who wants a high level of performance, in a compact form and at a price that won't make the nose bleed.  In price terms the H75 falls between the £5 cheaper H60 and the £10 more expensive H80i.  Where will it fall in performance terms?  Well that's why we're here.

 

Technical Specification 

IntelLGA 1156, 1155, 1150, 1366, 2011
AMDAM2, AM3, FM1, FM2
Radiator Dimensions120x152x25mm (LxHxW)
Radiator MaterialAluminium
Fan Dimensions120x120x25mm (LxHxW)
Fan Speed2000 RPM (+/- 10%)
Airflow54 CFM
Static Pressure2.8mm H2O
Noise31.4 dB(A)
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01-12-2013, 12:20:21

tinytomlogan
http://www.overclock3d.net/gfx/artic...073818207l.jpg

A slim 120mm rad with twin SP120L fans. Sounds good, but is the Corsair H75 the claimed Liquid cooling for the masses?

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