Big-time cooling with a small footprint
Corsair's Hydro Series H100i is our Best of the Best pick for the water cooling category, so when the company launches new cooling products, it has our attention. Such is the case with Corsair's Hydro Series H75, a new liquid CPU cooler that uses two 120mm fans to sandwich the radiator and integrated reservoir. It also features a low profile CPU cooling block connected to kink-resistant rubber tubing.
The cooling block is designed with a micro-fin copper cold plate and ceramic bearing pump that's both reliable and low noise, Corsair says . Even the radiator is comparatively slim at just 25mm thick surrounded by dual SP120L PWM fans, which as you might have guessed are also slim.
Installation is supposed to be easy. Corsair says the Hydro Series H75 uses a tool-free mounting system and is compatible with a wide range of AMD and Intel sockets. Like most self-contained CPU coolers, the H75 is pre-filled and doesn't required any maintenance.
The Hydro Series H75 will be available in November for $85.