Corsair Hydro Series H100
LGA2011 Support out of the box.
Preapplied thermal paste.
3step performance controller.
Excellent cooling performance for a selfcontained LCS.
Up to four fans in pushpull configuration can be used for improved performance.
Dual 120 mm fan support, Long radiator, Fan controller, Noise
Low profile block.
Check case compatibility before buying.
No tubing clips on radiator.
No remote control for the fans.
No fan speed monitoring.
By FrostyTech on May 15, 2012
The Hydro H100 heatsink ships fully assembled, filled with a propylene glycol based coolant and plumbed. The waterblock is connected by 24cm of flexible FEP tubing to the heat exchanger which measures about 274x120x25mm in size. Two 120mm fans are...94
By Pro-Clockers on March 14, 2012
Without a doubt if you want the best all-in-one water-cooling kit, you have to look at the Corsair H100 model. For a long time kits like these have been slightly less competitive to the higher-end air-cooling solutions on the market. H100 has changed...-
By PCPer on January 17, 2012
I've been using consumer-level, self-contained liquid CPU coolers for about four years now, and it seems Corsair has found a good balance between price, performance, and quality when they developed the H100. Dual radiators used to be reserved for...-
By Bit-tech.net on January 09, 2012
We can’t deny that the H100 is an impressive cooling kit – it can cope with some of the hottest processors we’ve seen - even at its quiet low fan speed. It also costs a heck of a lot less than a custom water-cooling kit. Unfortunately,...90
By APC Magazine on December 24, 2011
Water cooling rigs used to be only for the dedicated or foolhardy. Custom waterblocks, galvanic corrosion issues, sourcing coolants and quiet-enough kits, and that was before the big leak or dud pump. Today, the experience is much improved with closed...80
By HotHardware on December 15, 2011
Both the Corsair H80 and H100 offer significantly improved performance over Intel's liquid cooler and allow for stable overclocks at a higher frequency than the Intel product can reach. Between the H80 and the H100, we like the H100 more--provided...-
By Pureoverclock on December 13, 2011
We are seeing that self-contained liquid cooling units are becoming increasingly popular, as technology improves and offers lower maintenance, better performance, and cheaper prices as things move ahead. The days of the garbage all-in-one wannabee...-
By Hi Tech Legion on December 03, 2011
Self-contained liquid cooling systems are practical alternatives to full-sized liquid cooling systems in terms of price and ease of installation. Self-contained units also offer significantly better clearance on the motherboard compared to large...-
By MadShrimps on November 20, 2011
time : Without a doubt Corsair has managed to firmly secure the top spot with it's Hydro 100 all in one cooling solution. The 240mm radiator seems to pay off, besting the Hydro 80 with a few degrees Celcius. Corsair included two fans, identical to...-
By Rbmods.com on November 15, 2011
Since the results in the end are very similar between the Antec 920 and the Corsair H100 you will have to just make up your mind on which to choose. The Corsair has a fan speed controller that I like, this I missed on the Antec. The 920 performed a...-