Corsair C W-9060028WW Hydro Series H45 Liquid CPU Cooler, £37.99 from amazon
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Corsair C W-9060028WW Hydro Series H45 Liquid CPU Cooler, £37.99 from amazon

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Found 23rd Jun 2017
120 mm radiator: More surface area for superior cooling performance
Improved cold plate and pump design: Better efficiency gives you lower temperatures with less noise
Easy mounting: Quick and easy installation
Enhanced SP120L PWM fan design: Better high-static pressure air delivery and customisable speed
Dimensions: 27 x 13.5 x 21.5 cm
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All time low price! Tempted.

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Works well but the fan is a bit noisy. The fan is easily changed if required though.
Agreed with Fan is v noisy vs none standard fans, however, having read that if you can fit a 2x radiator version it would be much better performance, it was on here for around £45, was tempted for my gpu but I don't game enough to warrant that.
I have one of these, it is amazing, you have to spend better than double to get anything that performs as well, it blows the H60 & H80 out of the water. Supposedly it is all down to a new improved pump design.
As above, the fan is not quiet, in fact in my case, it quickly developed a nasty buzzing right around the RPM sweet spot. I tried a few alternatives, and settled on two Arctic F12's running push/pull.

This rad lets me run my 3.4GHz hexacore cpu at 5GHz; in fact it is limited by the SB getting too hot, rather than the cpu, which max'es out at 55C under Prime95.
How loud is the pump on these? Had an all in one water cooler before and it was far too loud (H110i)
Edited by: "eggmanpete" 23rd Jun 2017
Gentle_Giant

Arctic F12's



Have you not heard of our lord and saviour Noctua?
ollie87

Have you not heard of our lord and saviour Noctua?



​Brillant hahaha!
eggmanpete

How loud is the pump on these? Had an all in one water cooler before and … How loud is the pump on these? Had an all in one water cooler before and it was far too loud (H110i)



Pump on the H100i, H110i (GT) etc should not be loud at all. You may have had a faulty unit.
ordered then noticed no support for am4 platform....pity would have used in a new ryzen build.
How much would I have to add for a quiet fan? Could anyone recommend one?
ollie87

Have you not heard of our lord and saviour Noctua?




I have, but as I have been unemployed for over 18 months, F12's were all I could afford.

Also, I have had bad luck with Noctua's, NOT the fans fault. I fitted some to an old Dell USFF to help cool it down, as the old Dell fans were noisy and inefficient.

It turns out Dell had set a VERY small band of acceptable fan rpms in BIOS*; and rather than give a fan rpm warning, it just decided to switch the fan off entirely - frying the cpu.

* and with no way to view or change them.
richard_ha

How much would I have to add for a quiet fan? Could anyone recommend one?



Arctic Cooling F12 or a similar sized Noctura; the Noc's are better, but also much more expensive.

Running at full speed, I cannot hear the F12's, even though I have them mounted outside of the case and no more than 50cm from my ear; the H45 pump is also inaudible.

I also have an Aerocool DS (Deep Silence) Cube case, with the stock Aerocool fan that is much louder than the H45/F12 set up (although still very quiet).
Gentle_Giant

I have, but as I have been unemployed for over 18 months, F12's were all … I have, but as I have been unemployed for over 18 months, F12's were all I could afford.Also, I have had bad luck with Noctua's, NOT the fans fault. I fitted some to an old Dell USFF to help cool it down, as the old Dell fans were noisy and inefficient.It turns out Dell had set a VERY small band of acceptable fan rpms in BIOS*; and rather than give a fan rpm warning, it just decided to switch the fan off entirely - frying the cpu.* and with no way to view or change them.



​cant afford a couple of computer fans but can afford >£300 computer monitors and new LG TVs?

hm..
Can you change the fans to an LED version?
Sorry if silly question but never owned one of these so not sure how they are powered and if it's possible. Tempted to move to liquid cooled and this seems a good deal!
So I'm think this is probably a bad idea, but would one of these coolers work well at all if I used it as an exhaust fan on my PC case rather than an intake? My Nano S uses 140 intakes and 120 exhausts.
PaulTheo

Works well but the fan is a bit noisy. The fan is easily changed if … Works well but the fan is a bit noisy. The fan is easily changed if required though.



​yeah mine has a very noisy fan.
eggmanpete

How loud is the pump on these? Had an all in one water cooler before and … How loud is the pump on these? Had an all in one water cooler before and it was far too loud (H110i)



​never heard the pump on mine but that might be because the of the loud fan.
Karlos457

So I'm think this is probably a bad idea, but would one of these coolers … So I'm think this is probably a bad idea, but would one of these coolers work well at all if I used it as an exhaust fan on my PC case rather than an intake? My Nano S uses 140 intakes and 120 exhausts.



​in reality it won't make much difference.
I really wouldn't bother with these low band AIO unless you are simply after something that looks nice through a window.

I bought one and it was far too noisy trying to keep my 7600k cool, so replaced with a cheap Hyper 212 and that keeps it at the same temps but whisper quiet.

Looking at getting a larger AIO or a Noctua D14/15 air cooler as tests show very little difference between a good air cooler and these water coolers.

The 7600k seems to get very hot compared to previous gens which is a shame, may have to delid 😓
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