Corsair Hydro Series H70
Good performance/noise balance with fans on low speed.
Included "Y" and resistor cables for fans.
Easy entry into water cooling.
No maintenance required.
Compact and totally self-contained.
Relatively easy and quick installation.
No manual options for configuring fans or system itself.
Extra software for monitoring system would be beneficial.
By OverClock Intelligence Agency on March 08, 2011
Based on our evaluation and testing here today, Corsair has done a great job on improving virtually every aspect of the original H50 that we took a look at over a year ago. Starting with the radiator, the unit has the same 120mm fan dimensions but...-
By Benchmark Reviews on February 07, 2011
Please remember that these test results reflect our experience with each cooler on a specific motherboard, with a specific processor, BIOS revision, BCLK and voltage settings, and test programs. The results of this test cannot be directly compared to...85
By X-bit Labs on February 07, 2011
Corsair H70 failed to destroy the stereotype that compact liquid-cooling systems are not as efficient as super air-coolers. Again a cooling system like that proved to be less efficient than the best CPU air-cooler. To be fair we have to admit that...-
By Hardware Secrets on January 18, 2011
The Corsair H70 watercooler did what we expected from it: it overperformed all the air coolers we tested to date.However, cooling performance is not the only feature one looks when thinking about spending money buying a liquid cooling system. Good...-
By APC Magazine on December 15, 2010
Intel's i5 CPU is a fantastic chip for overclocking, regularly hitting speeds in the 4GHz region after just a few minutes of tweaking. This increased frequency comes at the cost of higher temperatures, necessitating an upgrade of the standard Intel...90
By TweakNews on December 06, 2010
Like the H50, Corsair's H70 is a turnkey system that requires no assembly or maintenance, it is relatively easy to install, has very good cooling performance and is priced only slightly more than higher-end air coolers. The design is thoughtful and...-
By MadShrimps on November 19, 2010
Looking at the results on the different test platforms, it's clear that the new hydro 70 gives quite a a good showing. The bigger radiator and extra fan have really helped to improve the aging Hydro 50's performance. The new mounting (compared...-
By Metku.net on November 03, 2010
Overall then the H70 is a nice successor to the already good Hydro H50. The larger fin area coupled with two fans makes it one of the most powerful all in one-coolers on the markets today. The installation isn't the easiest we've experienced and...-
By Tom's Hardware UK on October 29, 2010
Liquid cooling still has the image of being expensive and complicated. Corsair, in cooperation with the cooling specialists at Asetek, now offers the H70 that aims to simplify the step up from air cooling. Can it beat less expensive premium heatsinks?...-
By PCPer on October 24, 2010
Our experience with the H70 had many high points, but there were a few minor issues that might turn off some enthusiasts. The first minor issue I noticed was the additional noise from the fans. We tried the fans with and without the voltage...-