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Intel LGA 775/1155/1156/1136/2011 and AMD AM2/AM3 Support.
5 year warranty.
Preapplied thermal paste.
3step performance controller.
Excellent cooling performance for a self-contained LCS.
Fits nearly any 120mm Fan Slot.
Corsair Link Digital Ready.
High performing all in cooling single rad unit.
Improved radiator design improves cooling, yet is less noisy.
Versatile mounting system.
No maintenance required.
Fan/Radiator Configuration Can be Troublesome for some Case/Motherboard Setups.
Price difference with Hydro 100 is too small (10 euros).
LINK Software not yet available.
By FrostyTech on May 07, 2012
Corsair's Hydro H80 is a no fuss, no mess CPU liquid cooling solution that installs with ease onto Intel socket LGA2011/1366/1155/1156/775 and AMD socket AM3/AM2/FM1 processors. The unit consists of two parts, a 12v DC pump head with integrated...
By Hi Tech Legion on February 21, 2012
As you can see, there was a tiny install issue with the Corsair H80 because of the unique setup that I had built. I wanted to test the Corsair H80 on a LGA2011 processor and the X79 motherboard I have is Micro-ATX, so it doesn't really meet the...
By Bit-tech.net on December 15, 2011
We have concerns about using the Corsair H80 as an air intake unless you have at least one other fan acting as an exhaust. This is especially true if your CPU is heavily overclocked, but we can’t deny that the H80 is simple to install and use, can...
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 HardwareHeaven on October 06, 2011
When we last took a look at a Corsair cooler, the H80, we were impressed by the build quality and design. In the case of the H100 we have a product which follows...
By Hardware Canucks on September 29, 2011
In every way imaginable the Corsair H80 deserves its High Performance moniker. No matter what the heat load this sumo sized yet still only single bay form factor- all in one water cooling solution simply performed flawlessly. But then...
By TechwareLabs on September 23, 2011
The entire H80 systemThe Corsair H80 is an all-in-one water cooling solution for the CPU, boasting high efficiency cooling at an extremely reasonable price (under $100 at most retailers) for a water cooling setup. When it all comes down to it, the...
By X-bit Labs on September 02, 2011
So, is Corsair H80 better than H100 or worse? In terms of cooling efficiency and at lower fan rotation speeds it is a little behind, but it offers much broader compatibility with the system cases. Besides, Corsair H80 is 20% cheaper than H100, and a...
By Hardware Secrets on September 01, 2011
The Corsair H80 is a great liquid cooling solution. It reached one of the best performances we saw on all air coolers and sealed watercoolers that we tested so far. It is also not too loud, maintaining the noise at an acceptable level even at full...
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