Corsair Hydro Series H110
Excellent cooling performance.
Low noise fans.
Good build quality.
Five year warranty.
Clearance for tall memory modules.
Expensive for a CPU cooler.
Lacks Corsair Link integration.
Large radiator means limited case options.
Lacks Corsair Link support.
Complex install compared to older Hydro Series models.
Lacks screws for push/pull setups.
Lacks Ycable for attaching two fans to one fan header.
By AnandTech on February 18, 2014
Remember the time when liquid cooling a computer chip was considered to be an extreme approach, one performed by hardcore enthusiasts and overclockers alone? Everything had to be personally designed and or procured by the user, as there were no...-
By Maximum PC on December 18, 2013
It seems like every month brings a new liquid cooler to review. Sometimes this rapid pace creates unexpected side effects. Exhibit A: The Corsair H110 , which is nearly identical to the NZXT Kraken X60 reviewed on page 81 of this issue. They don't...80
By uk.hardware.info on May 14, 2013
Many manufacturers sell complete liquid cooling sets as a superior alternative for high-end CPU air coolers. They're typically more expensive, but do they also cool better? We put 20 liquid cooling sets to the test to find out. The liquid cooling...-
By HEXUS.net on April 18, 2013
It took a while for Corsair to produce a successor to 2011's Hydro Series H100, but good things come to those who wait and we now have not one, but two viable upgrade paths. In the 240mm corner, the Hydro Series H100i offers Corsair Link integration...80
By techPowerUp! on April 05, 2013
The Corsair Hydro Series H110 is the best performing cooler I have tested thus far. The H110 performed admirably under almost any kind of load, especially when it came to overclock testing where it soundly beats the former performance champion, the...90
By HardwareHeaven on April 05, 2013
and Rating For our tests we record the temperatures produced by the coolers when our system is idle and fully loaded. The load was applied by Prime 95 and temperatures are measured using Realtemp and AIDA64 to access the CPU's various Digital...90
By TweakTown on March 13, 2013
I don't want to downplay anything that the Hydro Series H110 has to offer, it's just that the market for this specific unit is so narrow. First of all you have to have a chassis that provides the ability in the top to hold a pair of 140mm fans....87
By Pro-Clockers on March 12, 2013
When it comes to pure performance and cooling capability the Corsair H110 has proven to be one of the best we have tested. It took on the mighty NZXT Kraken X60 and defeated it by a small margin when we look at the overall average temps of the CPU's...-
By eTeknix on March 08, 2013
The high performance cooling that “all in one” or “closed loop” liquid CPU coolers bring is becoming ever more popular. Everything above the upper-entry level price point, approximately above £45/€60/$70, is largely...-
By Hardware Secrets on February 28, 2013
The Corsair H110 is a simple liquid cooling system for CPUs with a huge radiator cooled by two 140 mm fans side-by-side, with a cooling performance that equals the most powerful sealed water coolers we tested so far.It may lack extras such as...-