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Decent for what it is.
Sean from Calgary writes:
- Compact and clean looking. Good alternative for cases that don't have the room for a big heat sink and fan. Can conveniently mount the radiator to exhaust directly out of the case. Adequate cooling. Reasonably quiet under normal operation.
- Came out of the box with air in the system. Pump on mine made clicking noises occasionally from the start and finally gave out after about three years. Entry level cooler with a minimal 120mm radiator.
- This is a good choice for a small case and/or a tidy looking install. A 120mm radiator is merely adequate, so don't expect serious cooling. Three years of service is good enough for an AIO I guess, but a heat sink and fan would still be chugging. After death I replaced it with an older model single tower heatsink (NH-U12S), which outperforms the H75 on my system (4690K) both for heat dissipation and noise.
Lane from Edmonton writes:
- It’s quiet.
- This is not reliable at all.
- This is the second one to go bad in approximately one year apart. First one was replaced by ME under warranty. Now this one has died about 4 months outside warranty. Cooling is in a game system built using all Corsair stuff. I would never buy another Corsair cooler again. Junk.
Rob from Winnipeg writes:
- Decent temps for what I think is just a naturally hot 3570k. Under Intel Burn Test, at 4.5ghz with an offset voltage of 0.15Vdc I get around 77 ~ 78° C. Idle is around 25 ~ 30° C. Pump is quiet. Stock fans aren't ridiculously loud. Aesthetics are nice.
- Installation can be tricky in a tight case.
- I'd say the overal performance. Not saying it's terrible. Could need to keep playing with thermal pastes. But I have a friend with a CM212 pulling the same temps as me. Again, could be my chip is hot. Isn't the best overclocker. Tl:dr Was expecting slightly cooler temps; I would still purchase again. Would recommend to a friend.
Philip from Edmonton South writes:
- It works like a water cooler, it has water (or mineral oil or something) and it flows. Transfers heat to its radiator really well, the dual fans make its job a lot more effective.
- Painful to install if it's your first time
- Amazing water cooling unit if you can afford it.
Justin from Calgary writes:
- - quiet - clean appearance - small form factor fits nicely in my mITX build
- - stock fans loud - stock thermal paste
- The water pump on this liquid cooler is virtually silent and once you replace the stock fans with a quieter PWM fan option you are set for noise. Had an issue with the stock thermal compound adhering evenly to the surface of the processor but once i removed it and put some arctic silver paste on the cpu all was good. Originally I was getting 70 degree C while stress testing with prime95, after replacing thermal paste temps dropped down to low 50's.