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Corsair 120mm Hydro Series H45 All-In-One Liquid CPU Cooler - Black £37.99 Amazon

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Order now in stock on November 22, 2016. Decent Deal if you don't mind waiting. The Hydro Series H45 makes your PC run cooler and quieter when you replace your CPU’s stock heatsink. The compact com… Read More
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Order now in stock on November 22, 2016. Decent Deal if you don't mind waiting.

The Hydro Series H45 makes your PC run cooler and quieter when you replace your CPU’s stock heatsink. The compact components and flexible tubing make the Hydro Series H45 easy to install even if you’re cramped for space. It allows you to improve your CPU’s cooling efficient even in the most compact cases – as long as your case has a 120mm fan mount near the CPU, the H45 will probably fit. The H45 comes pre-filled, and never needs priming.

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1 x Corsair Hydro H45 Liquid Cooler
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#1
Hopefully an expert can help - I have a socket 1155 board with an i5-3570k and I'm going to soon upgrade my tower to a Thermaltake Level 10. Is this going to fit? I need a new cooler anyway and this looks to be a good price.
1 Like #2
Rob_1304
Hopefully an expert can help - I have a socket 1155 board with an i5-3570k and I'm going to soon upgrade my tower to a Thermaltake Level 10. Is this going to fit? I need a new cooler anyway and this looks to be a good price.

yes just looked at the case and i'm sure the rear fan has a 120mm mount :)
#3
rocktoons28
Rob_1304
Hopefully an expert can help - I have a socket 1155 board with an i5-3570k and I'm going to soon upgrade my tower to a Thermaltake Level 10. Is this going to fit? I need a new cooler anyway and this looks to be a good price.
yes just looked at the case and i'm sure the rear fan has a 120mm mount :)

Nice, thanks!
1 Like #4
rocktoons28
Rob_1304
Hopefully an expert can help - I have a socket 1155 board with an i5-3570k and I'm going to soon upgrade my tower to a Thermaltake Level 10. Is this going to fit? I need a new cooler anyway and this looks to be a good price.
yes just looked at the case and i'm sure the rear fan has a 120mm mount :)

Indeed it does.

Rob_1304
Hopefully an expert can help - I have a socket 1155 board with an i5-3570k and I'm going to soon upgrade my tower to a Thermaltake Level 10. Is this going to fit? I need a new cooler anyway and this looks to be a good price.

This will fit/is compatible.
#5
Just yesterday browsing for something like this and bingo...a nice little saving!

Thanks OP.
#6
I never knew these existed?!
I guess these are passive liquid coolers right? Like a radiator in reverse.. Clever!

What about maintenance? Does it need a water change or something after some years?

Edit: apparently there's leak issues.. I'm going to pass...

Edited By: Inquisitor on Nov 17, 2016 19:47
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Inquisitor
I never knew these existed?!
I guess these are passive liquid coolers right? Like a radiator in reverse.. Clever!
What about maintenance? Does it need a water change or something after some years?
Edit: apparently there's leak issues.. I'm going to pass...

They're actively cooled and require zero maintenance.
I'm not sure about this model but I've got the H110 and have had zero issues. Quality bit of kit and I don't think I can go back to air coolers now that I've tried and tested AIO water coolers.
1 Like #8
Inquisitor
I never knew these existed?!
I guess these are passive liquid coolers right? Like a radiator in reverse.. Clever!
What about maintenance? Does it need a water change or something after some years?
Edit: apparently there's leak issues.. I'm going to pass...

Leaks are extremely rare, they obviously just appear in reviews because they are the vocal minority (understandably). However Corsair's warranty (and others) will cover the cost of anything damaged by a leak and again, it's very unlikely. I have dealt with countless AIO coolers and have had yet to see a leak.
#9
K1LLER HORNET
Inquisitor
I never knew these existed?!
I guess these are passive liquid coolers right? Like a radiator in reverse.. Clever!
What about maintenance? Does it need a water change or something after some years?
Edit: apparently there's leak issues.. I'm going to pass...
They're actively cooled and require zero maintenance.
I'm not sure about this model but I've got the H110 and have had zero issues. Quality bit of kit and I don't think I can go back to air coolers now that I've tried and tested AIO water coolers.

I've had the evo 12, noctua dh14, h60 and currently using h110. i love them all but noctua had the lowest temp compare to all them :D

This h45 beat any air cooler at this price point though :D


Edited By: rocktoons28 on Nov 17, 2016 21:32: wrong spelling
#10
Thanks, replacing the stock cooler with this!
#11
rocktoons28
K1LLER HORNET
Inquisitor
I never knew these existed?!
I guess these are passive liquid coolers right? Like a radiator in reverse.. Clever!
What about maintenance? Does it need a water change or something after some years?
Edit: apparently there's leak issues.. I'm going to pass...
They're actively cooled and require zero maintenance.
I'm not sure about this model but I've got the H110 and have had zero issues. Quality bit of kit and I don't think I can go back to air coolers now that I've tried and tested AIO water coolers.
I've had the evo 12, noctua dh14, h60 and currently using h110. i love them all but noctua had the lowest temp compare to all them :D
This h45 beat any air cooler at this price point though :D

I had a similar cooler but they are massive.
I much prefer the clean look AIO's provide. Definitely worth the trade off when you factor in the idle temps and tjmax of cpus.
#12
K1LLER HORNET
rocktoons28
K1LLER HORNET
Inquisitor
I never knew these existed?!
I guess these are passive liquid coolers right? Like a radiator in reverse.. Clever!
What about maintenance? Does it need a water change or something after some years?
Edit: apparently there's leak issues.. I'm going to pass...
They're actively cooled and require zero maintenance.
I'm not sure about this model but I've got the H110 and have had zero issues. Quality bit of kit and I don't think I can go back to air coolers now that I've tried and tested AIO water coolers.
I've had the evo 12, noctua dh14, h60 and currently using h110. i love them all but noctua had the lowest temp compare to all them :D
This h45 beat any air cooler at this price point though :D
I had a similar cooler but they are massive.
I much prefer the clean look AIO's provide. Definitely worth the trade off when you factor in the idle temps and tjmax of cpus.

Pump noise is the trade off though :P

Air cooler can be truly silent
#13
derp1664
K1LLER HORNET
rocktoons28
K1LLER HORNET
Inquisitor
I never knew these existed?!
I guess these are passive liquid coolers right? Like a radiator in reverse.. Clever!
What about maintenance? Does it need a water change or something after some years?
Edit: apparently there's leak issues.. I'm going to pass...
They're actively cooled and require zero maintenance.
I'm not sure about this model but I've got the H110 and have had zero issues. Quality bit of kit and I don't think I can go back to air coolers now that I've tried and tested AIO water coolers.
I've had the evo 12, noctua dh14, h60 and currently using h110. i love them all but noctua had the lowest temp compare to all them :D
This h45 beat any air cooler at this price point though :D
I had a similar cooler but they are massive.
I much prefer the clean look AIO's provide. Definitely worth the trade off when you factor in the idle temps and tjmax of cpus.
Pump noise is the trade off though :P
Air cooler can be truly silent

That's true although I honestly can't hear mine unless I put my ear to the case.
#14
K1LLER HORNET
derp1664
K1LLER HORNET
rocktoons28
K1LLER HORNET
Inquisitor
I never knew these existed?!
I guess these are passive liquid coolers right? Like a radiator in reverse.. Clever!
What about maintenance? Does it need a water change or something after some years?
Edit: apparently there's leak issues.. I'm going to pass...
They're actively cooled and require zero maintenance.
I'm not sure about this model but I've got the H110 and have had zero issues. Quality bit of kit and I don't think I can go back to air coolers now that I've tried and tested AIO water coolers.
I've had the evo 12, noctua dh14, h60 and currently using h110. i love them all but noctua had the lowest temp compare to all them :D
This h45 beat any air cooler at this price point though :D
I had a similar cooler but they are massive.
I much prefer the clean look AIO's provide. Definitely worth the trade off when you factor in the idle temps and tjmax of cpus.
Pump noise is the trade off though :P
Air cooler can be truly silent
That's true although I honestly can't hear mine unless I put my ear to the case.

Yeah some are extremely quiet and practically silent but then other times the noise can be really noticeable and annoying. All depends on what you're sensitive to really; certain noises annoy certain people more than others. The worst part is you have to buy one to find out as reviews generally only give dB and that's not the whole story. Also certain pumps can be noisy on an otherwise quiet line of coolers... it's a minefield lol
#15
The thing with air cooling like noctua dh14's is they fill your case and they look so cool when you have a massive window.

Edited By: rocktoons28 on Nov 17, 2016 22:37
#16
Great price and order one a few days ago ...
#17
Great price. Thanks OP. :)
#18
'This looks like a good deal and I am looking for a cooler for my new build but been told to avoid water coolers due to leaks. I have read reviews on this cooler tho and seems good but can't find any confirmation of the replacement of hardware if it does leak on corsairs website. All I found out was that it comes with a 5 year warranty.
Also after 5 years your warranty is up and it does leak, then what? your done in and have to get a new machine.

hmmm Im thinking I could just go with normal fan air cooler and not have to worry about leaks or having to do any checks on the pipes.



Edited By: Dan__ on Nov 18, 2016 01:09
#19
Dan__
'This looks like a good deal and I am looking for a cooler for my new build but been told to avoid water coolers due to leaks. I have read reviews on this cooler tho and seems good but can't find any confirmation of the replacement of hardware if it does leak on corsairs website. All I found out was that it comes with a 5 year warranty.
Also after 5 years your warranty is up and it does leak, then what? your done in and have to get a new machine.
hmmm Im thinking I could just go with normal fan air cooler and not have to worry about leaks or having to do any checks on the pipes.


I've had 3 different cosair water coolers never had a leak problem they are 5* for customer and rma service too.

I would also bet by the time the warranty runs out you would have probably upgrade to the 240mm version :P
#20
rocktoons28
Dan__
'This looks like a good deal and I am looking for a cooler for my new build but been told to avoid water coolers due to leaks. I have read reviews on this cooler tho and seems good but can't find any confirmation of the replacement of hardware if it does leak on corsairs website. All I found out was that it comes with a 5 year warranty.
Also after 5 years your warranty is up and it does leak, then what? your done in and have to get a new machine.
hmmm Im thinking I could just go with normal fan air cooler and not have to worry about leaks or having to do any checks on the pipes.
I've had 3 different cosair water coolers never had a leak problem they are 5* for customer and rma service too.
I would also bet by the time the warranty runs out you would have probably upgrade to the 240mm version :P

Cool thanks for letting me know. But in your experience or knowledge, do they re-imburse or replace all the parts that do get damaged IF there is a leak?
I am also thinking that this might be overkill as I dont do gaming but I do overclock a lil just to get the best out of the hardware. I mainly do a lot of multitasking and have several apps running in background all day. I also do like a silent machine so that is partly why I was thinking of getting one.
#21
Dan__
rocktoons28
Dan__
'This looks like a good deal and I am looking for a cooler for my new build but been told to avoid water coolers due to leaks. I have read reviews on this cooler tho and seems good but can't find any confirmation of the replacement of hardware if it does leak on corsairs website. All I found out was that it comes with a 5 year warranty.
Also after 5 years your warranty is up and it does leak, then what? your done in and have to get a new machine.
hmmm Im thinking I could just go with normal fan air cooler and not have to worry about leaks or having to do any checks on the pipes.
I've had 3 different cosair water coolers never had a leak problem they are 5* for customer and rma service too.
I would also bet by the time the warranty runs out you would have probably upgrade to the 240mm version :P
Cool thanks for letting me know. But in your experience or knowledge, do they re-imburse or replace all the parts that do get damaged IF there is a leak?
I am also thinking that this might be overkill as I dont do gaming but I do overclock a lil just to get the best out of the hardware. I mainly do a lot of multitasking and have several apps running in background all day. I also do like a silent machine so that is partly why I was thinking of getting one.

They do replace it with brand new ones from my expirience i started of with a h60 which after 2/3 years the radiator lost thread(kinda my fault since i changed pc case so often so i had to unscrew and screw it again) emailed corsair for rma and they sent me a brand new one :D
#22
not sure if these are good investment compare to my 10year+ xigmatek dark knight which never ever failed me. I've seen people splashing 100quid on aio but they can fail and then you have to pay and wait for rma etc. then these things will eventually die such as liquid evaporates or pump stop working.
#23
That's a good price. I just fitted the Cooler Master Seidon 120V (£39.99 Maplin) which is the equivalent of this Corsair. My i7 4770 now idles at around 25°C. I do a lot of 3D CGI rendering and with the stock fan the temperatures would quickly climb to 98°C at 100% load. 3D renders can take 24 hours or more so water cooling was the solution. With the Cooler Master I only reach 55°C now at 100% load.
#24
FlyingCheez
not sure if these are good investment compare to my 10year+ xigmatek dark knight which never ever failed me. I've seen people splashing 100quid on aio but they can fail and then you have to pay and wait for rma etc. then these things will eventually die such as liquid evaporates or pump stop working.

Thanks for that insight. I am still 50/50 on it. Think I might as well just go with a decent heatsink an 120mm fan cooler on it and that will do fine. Last thing I need is for it leak or something else down the line then I have to go through the hassle of sending all the parts to them and then pay for a new machine out of my own pocket till they are happy and then pay me. I hate going through claims, they always catch you out with something. Too much of a gamble if you ask me.
#25
FlyingCheez
not sure if these are good investment compare to my 10year+ xigmatek dark knight which never ever failed me. I've seen people splashing 100quid on aio but they can fail and then you have to pay and wait for rma etc. then these things will eventually die such as liquid evaporates or pump stop working.


Keep it. Not worth upgrading unless you are planning to go for h100 or something. This is pretty much a budget water cooling for those who dont have aftermarket coolers yet or want an introduction to watercooling :D
#26
I'm a bit hacked off with Amazon, I ordered a week ago, when they were confirmed as in stock, yet they still havent shipped it, and the delivery estimate is now another week!!

This has happened with several Amazon orders over the last week (but not all of them); I have had some of the stuff I ordered from China on the same day already arrive!!

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