Corsair H80i GT Review

Up Close: Assembled with fans

Corsair H80i GT Review

Up Close:  Assembled with fans

The H80i GT comes with screws and washers that enable it to have fans fitted in push/pull.  With the fans measuring 25mm thick each, and the rad at 49mm the whole shooting match comes in just 1mm under 10cm.  This should be fine for the rear of any mid tower case, but if you're planning a SFF build be sure you have the clearance first.  

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The Radiator has corrugations on the end tanks which we assume are there to aid structural rigidity or perhaps separate flow chambers as they do little for the aesthetics.

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Most Recent Comments

09-03-2015, 13:10:36

Nice review Gary, I'm surprised by the graphs, it only out performs the original H80i on the MAX settings which as I already know is just not an option to the eardrums.. why such a drop in overall performance over it's predecessor. It really does look the part though with the grey corsair rad and block accents and that hose braid is gorgeous, just a shame it falls behind the H80i in the comfortable Quiet/Ballanced modes.Quote

09-03-2015, 18:54:27

I don't know what is happening at house Corsair but some of their stuff is going backwards they need to turn it around before they lose their reputationQuote

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