|Fan Type||Liquid CPU Cooler|
|RPM||Up to 2600 RPM|
|Air Flow||46 - 92 CFM|
|Noise Level||22 - 39 dBA|
|Static Pressure||1.6 - 7.7 mm/H2O|
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Cool but a tad loud
Been having a lot of heating issue with the PC so I bought the Corsair H80. I notice the difference instantly this cooler took care of my heat problem as a PC gamer it put a smile on my face. Performance wise its a must noise wise there is a hiccup when under load the fans can be heard which for me was a problem I bought the corsair sp120 quiet edition fans to replace the stock fans and problem solved. If you don't mind a little noise this is the way to go. If you do mind get it anyway just order quiet fans to go with it.
replaced my large & heavy LGA 2011 heatpipe cooler with this much lighter H80. Worked perfectly for keeping overclocked CPU very cool on slow pump speed leaving medium & fast speed if needed. Also leaves lots of room around CPU area for getting at things.
Nice and cool
This is my first venture into liquid cooling for a pc, it keeps my AMD FX-4170 at 39c even under a heavy gaming load, however it does get pretty loud. Also, you need a large case for this unit. The directions are a little vague also but it is a pretty straight forward install.
Very happy with the purchase. Liquid cooling was new to me and this device makes it very easy. Very low temp even when on important load.
Haven't thought about it since I bought it.
Purchased this cooler about a year ago and installed it as soon as it arrived. My PC used to push 85-90c while under load and shutdown on me. Since installing and watching temps for the first few days hover at 20-22c under load I haven't checked since. Phenom II X4 940BE running at 3.8
My CPU was downclocking to keep cool so I added this Liquid Cooler and everything runs so cool now. And I found it very quiet compared to the fans in some of my other computers and have never had to set it for high speed. I know it sounds counter productive but you really do have to set it up with the air coming into the case....you are trying to cool the radiator so the liquid is as cool as it can be to cool the CPU. The cooler and radiator work so good that the air coming into the case actually is cool.
Solved my overheating with a new motherboard. System has 5 drives and 2 video cards. Brought all temps below 40 degrees. There was not enough room below the power supply to mount it in the back so I used the side vent opposite the cpu and works fine.
Best CPU Cooler I've ever bought!
I was having overheating problems with my desktop computer with temperatures getting over 70C and finally the fan on my CPU cooler failed. I decided to try the Corsair H80 and I don't ever go over 34C, with an average operating temp of 24C. I've never seen the desktop run cooler. Definitely the Best CPU Cooler I've ever bought!
This liquid cooling system certainly does what it's advertised to do - very low temps at normal clocking and voltage etc. BUT it sounds like a plane taking off even after turning the settings down. To be fair I only buy AMD cpu's so it's possible it might run quieter on an Intel.
Have had this cooler for a little over a year now, absolutely no problems whatsoever. Keeps my i7 2600k OC'd at 4.6ghz at max 63C under 100% load.
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