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  • MX49026 Hydro Series H75 Liquid CPU Cooler
  • MX49026 Hydro Series H75 Liquid CPU Cooler
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Bad product

10/13/2017 2:21:29 PM
Lane from Edmonton writes:
Strengths:
It’s quiet.
Weaknesses:
This is not reliable at all.
Summary:
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.

H75

9/20/2017 12:12:23 PM
Rob from Winnipeg writes:
Strengths:
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.
Weaknesses:
Installation can be tricky in a tight case.
Summary:
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.

Amazing cooler

8/22/2016 10:02:23 PM
Philip from Edmonton South writes:
Strengths:
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.
Weaknesses:
Painful to install if it's your first time
Summary:
Amazing water cooling unit if you can afford it.

H75 cooler

5/6/2016 4:44:42 PM
Justin from Calgary writes:
Strengths:
- quiet - clean appearance - small form factor fits nicely in my mITX build
Weaknesses:
- stock fans loud - stock thermal paste
Summary:
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.
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