Corsair H75 Review

Up Close: Radiator and Fans

Corsair H75 Review

Up Close:  Radiator and Fans

Although the radiator is quoted as being 25mm thick, in reality, as is the case with all rads, owing to the allowances necessary for the mounting bolts to secure the rad without puncturing it, the core of the rad in fact a good 8-10mm thinner.  A close examination of the rad reveals that the usual Corsair quality and attention to detail is as present here as it is in any of their products.  The paint is applied evenly and there are no bent or mangled fins.

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We suspect that if the H75 does well in out torture tests a lot of its success will be down to the choice of fans that Corair have bundled with the unit.  No rebadged OEM units here, oh no, these are fully fledged SP120Ls. 

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Each of the fans has a decent length of unbraided but thankfully black cable and is terminated in a 4 pin PWM header.  The fans can be used independently or linked with the supplied splitter cable.  Should you be handy with a soldering iron and wish to bling things up a bit you'll be pleased to know that there are holes in the cowling for 5mm LEDs to be fitted.

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