Corsair Hydro Series H75 Sealed Water Cooler Review

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Corsair Hydro Series H75 Sealed Water Cooler Introduction

Liquid CPU coolers have become quite prevalent over the last couple years, and you can’t help but notice another one pop up on the market here and there, especially from Corsair.  Ivy Bridge and Haswell CPUs are very well known to be large heat producers, so one needs a better solution to cool them down.  The stock HSF that Intel includes with these CPUs isn’t enough, since even in stock form you can see very high temperatures, depending on the application you’re running.  Not something you want to see with a brand new processor, right?

Corsair H75 Liquid CPU Cooler

Step on over to Corsair’s recently released Hydro Series H75 liquid CPU cooler.  This cooler is designed to tame those nasty temperatures that you may be seeing and also be very compact, measuring only 25mm thick, fitting in small cases and/or tight spaces.  Compatible with both Intel and AMD CPUs, this kit features a slim 120mm radiator, an Asetek pump, pinch resistant tubing, and dual SP120L fans to maximize the cooling potential of this kit.

Corsair H75 Block Installed

The H75 will set you back $84.99 shipped on Amazon and comes with a 5 year warranty.  Talk about a piece of mind if your kit ever breaks down.  The big thing that drives down the cost of this kit is the fact that it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles that say the H100i has; this meaning, it has no USB interface to monitor pump’s RPM, liquid temperatures, or LED functionality.

Corsair Hydro Series H75 Water Cooler Technical Specifications

  • Model Number: CW-9060015-WW
  • Radiator dimensions: 120mm x 152mm x 25mm
  • Fan dimensions: 120mm x 120mm x 25mm
  • Fan speed: 2000 RPM
  • Fan airflow: 54 CFM
  • Fan dBA: 31.4 dBA
  • Fan static pressure: 2.8 mm/H20
  • Radiator Material:  Aluminum
  • Tubing:  Standard diameter, kink-resistant
  • Cold Plate Material:  Copper
  • Warranty:  Five years

Compatibility:

  • Intel: LGA 1150, 1155, 1156, 1366, and 2011
  • AMD:  Sockets FM1, FM2, AM2, and AM3

Let’s take a quick look at the retail packaging and see what’s inside!

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  • ET3D

    Does this kind of cooler affect the temperatures of the rest of the PC in any way? I’m sure it changes the air flow in the case somewhat, I’m just not sure it’s enough to affect other components.

  • Damian

    Corsair recommends that it is installed with the hoses on the bottom of the radiator (the images you have show it with hoses on top). Wonder if this makes a difference?

    • Paragon_X

      That is just to make sure the pump is not stressed more than it is needed to be and thus fail at a shorter period.

  • marty1480

    I wonder how it compares to some of the Antec units such as the newly released 650.

  • basroil

    How does this stack up to the 80i?