Corsair H100i GTX All In One Hydro Cooler - £69.98 Delivered @ Scan
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Corsair H100i GTX All In One Hydro Cooler - £69.98 Delivered @ Scan

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Found 30th Aug 2017
This CPU Cooler is Intel Skylake ready and is recommended for use with unlocked "K" type Skylake processors.

Dual SP120L PWM fans with Corsair Link monitoring and control for extreme liquid CPU cooling performance

The Hydro Series H100i GTX is an extreme performance, all-in-one liquid CPU cooler for cases with 240mm radiator mounts. The 240mm radiator and dual SP120L PWM fans provide the excellent heat dissipation you need for highly overclocked CPUs. Corsair Link is built in, so you can monitor temperatures, adjust cooling performance and customize LED lighting directly from your desktop.

240mm radiator
The double-wide radiator offers approximately twice the cooling area of our Hydro Series coolers which use a 120mm or 140mm radiator. It fits virtually any case that has dual 120mm fan mounts spaced for a 240mm radiator.

Advanced SP120L PWM fans
Our custom-designed SP120L fans are different than standard case fans – they’re custom-designed to deliver high static pressure for mounting directly against radiators, and the fan blades are specially shaped for maximum air delivery with minimum noise. Since they’re PWM controlled, you can customize the fan speed to choose the optimal point on the performance/noise curve.

Built-in Corsair Link for monitoring, customization, and control
Attach the included Corsair Link cable to a USB header on your motherboard and download the free Corsair Link software to unlock even more power. You can customize cooling performance, monitor coolant and CPU temperatures, and change the color of the RGB LED lighting from the default white to match your system, or to change color based on temperature readings and other inputs.

High-performance CPU cooling made simple
Gone are the days when watercooling required lots of work. The H100i GTX is a closed loop design that comes pre-filled, and it comes with a modular, tool-free mounting bracket for faster installation.

About Hydro Series Liquid CPU Coolers
Corsair Hydro Series CPU coolers give you the power of liquid cooling in a compact, easy-to-install package. They offer superior cooling for higher overclocking performance, without the complexity of traditional water cooling kits.Features• 240mm dual-fan radiator: more surface area for superior cooling performance
• Improved coldplate and pump design: better efficiency gives you lower temperatures with less noise
• Advanced SP120L PWM fan design: better high-static pressure air delivery and customizable speed
• Modular, tool-free mounting bracket: installation is simple and straightforward.
• Built-in Corsair Link: monitor CPU and coolant temperature, adjust fan speed, and customize lighting directly from your desktop

Includes:
• Hydro Series H100i GTX Liquid CPU Cooler
• Mounting kit for all modern CPU sockets
• Two 120mm High Torque Fans
• Fan and radiator mounting screws
• Thermal compound (pre-applied)
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Cracking Price. Enough cash left over to change the fans as well. Well worth the purchase for anyone about to build / replace.
This looks like v2, which is currently £104.99 on Amazon - amazon.co.uk/Cor…SBG

If that's the case this is the one I use and it's great, must have for any Overclocked CPU (especially Skylake and Kayblake). Keeps the CPU very cool, though depends on your ambient temps.
Tempting to replace my H55 but looks like getting it into my bit fenix prodigy would be a pain
Excellent price, tempted to buy a couple for upcoming builds, must resist!
This is v1, so is it still a good deal?
Oh to use my Wraith Spire and limit my overclocking but look better.
Wait for my Noctua D15 AM4 upgrade kit to arrive or finally go water cooling.

No fit problems in the Fractal R5.
God I hate the 1st world choice problems this site poses for me.
Sanzai4 m ago

This is v1, so is it still a good deal?


H100i v1, H100i v2 & H100i GTX are three different coolers
Edited by: "Joehawkins609" 30th Aug 2017
I got an email saying this Sale price ends on 31/08, doesn't say anything on the site though. Just thought I'd warn people.
I have the h80 and a skylake 6700k @ 4.6 barely raises the temps. I would say this is over doing it unless it's for a VGA card mod.
Got a front mounted V2 in my rig, very happy with it.
Sanzai34 m ago

This is v1, so is it still a good deal?




I'd say so, yeah. Don't think I've ever seen any H100i lower than £95.
i have h100i with noctua fans for 5years running 4790k@4.7 no issues
Joehawkins6091 h, 3 m ago

H100i v1, H100i v2 & H100i GTX are three different coolers



Ah fair enough, yeah I wouldn't bother with the v1 these days. Also worth noting you may wish to get better fans like the Nocrutna fans as default ones suck and are loud at times.
Next best price for the GTX is £79.81 at CCL. Hot (ironically)
Hmmm, I have been interested in the past in dabbling with closed loop coolers, but reading some reviews it seems the air cooler I currently have (Noctua NHD15) does about as good a job as this for cooling, but is a bit quieter
how much better are these then say a hyper evo from cooler master
Sanzai1 h, 30 m ago

Hmmm, I have been interested in the past in dabbling with closed loop …Hmmm, I have been interested in the past in dabbling with closed loop coolers, but reading some reviews it seems the air cooler I currently have (Noctua NHD15) does about as good a job as this for cooling, but is a bit quieter


Yes, the NH D15 performs about the same as this (better if this is indeed only the v1), and has better fans (quieter). Only reason to change would be if you don't like the aesthetics of the big noctua cooler!
Edited by: "frozenuniverse" 30th Aug 2017
Will this work with AMD Ryzen CPU's?
Darkraiser17 m ago

Will this work with AMD Ryzen CPU's?



No you need corsair.com/en-…ers however they may send you one for free. There is a metion they will send one free for a limited time but doesn't specify.
Noctua are sending me one for my D15.
polarbaba5 h, 42 m ago

I have the h80 and a skylake 6700k @ 4.6 barely raises the temps. I would …I have the h80 and a skylake 6700k @ 4.6 barely raises the temps. I would say this is over doing it unless it's for a VGA card mod.


That's because you're not pushing your overclock that much. I can hit 4.8 on air with my 4790K.
can somebody please help me by letting me know, if this will fit my intel i5-3750k, 3.4 GHz, socket 1155, Ivy Bridge Processor?

ark.intel.com/pro…GHz
kg8082 h, 37 m ago

can somebody please help me by letting me know, if this will fit my intel …can somebody please help me by letting me know, if this will fit my intel i5-3750k, 3.4 GHz, socket 1155, Ivy Bridge Processor?http://ark.intel.com/products/65520/Intel-Core-i5-3570K-Processor-6M-Cache-up-to-3_80-GHz


Yes it will
Danze19847 h, 33 m ago

That's because you're not pushing your overclock that much. I can hit 4.8 …That's because you're not pushing your overclock that much. I can hit 4.8 on air with my 4790K.

I didn't overclock any further as it wasn't really required in my particular use case. It's just a gaming rig. No special workstation load.
How noisy/quiet are these? I've got a Corsair H45 and it's stupidly loud to the point it's doing my head in.
Danze19849 h, 55 m ago

That's because you're not pushing your overclock that much. I can hit 4.8 …That's because you're not pushing your overclock that much. I can hit 4.8 on air with my 4790K.

You can't compare overclocking ability between generations like that really. Skylake is very different beast to Haswell.
Rob_13041 h, 56 m ago

How noisy/quiet are these? I've got a Corsair H45 and it's stupidly loud …How noisy/quiet are these? I've got a Corsair H45 and it's stupidly loud to the point it's doing my head in.



They are extremely loud, I had to change the fans on mine as it could be heard from the other room - actually sounds like a jet engine taking off. Not sure if I had a dodgy one (I had to return it as it wasn't cooling making my CPU clock up to 91 degrees) The radiator is massive as well so make sure you have enoug space at the top of your case! I had heard good things about it and may have just had a dud experience but thought it's worth mentioning
For those who are noise concious I'd recommend swapping out the stock coolers on any AIO,go for Noctua's NF series (good for static pressure) whilst running them through PWM on the motherboard or a seperate controller, set a desired fan curve to your preference depending on how loud you want them to go, i found @ 65% i could barely hear them yet they kept temps under 52* during heavy load, So i set this as my max fan speed.

The stock fans are normally loud at full tilt

For example I run this on my 1080 Hybrid:

amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1

The industrial fans are a better colour scheme than the normal biege brown, which is why I got them over the stand NFs

Same applies for CPU AIOs though.
Edited by: "Joehawkins609" 31st Aug 2017
Does anyone know if this will fit the Coffee Lake processors?
If you want no noise then don't hook the fans up to cpu temp, this isn't a cpu fan it's a liquid cooler. There is so much misformation about this out there best call corsair for the correct info which is to hook pump speed up to cpu temp. The slow flow absorbs low temps and high flow absorbs high temps efficiently and fans can run however quiet you like them as long as cool air is going over the grills it'll work great.
Does anyone know roughly the length of the tubing? curious to know if it would fit in a Thermaltake Core P5 case.

Thanks
Nate149211 h, 42 m ago

Does anyone know if this will fit the Coffee Lake processors?


Intel have been extremely scarce with the details on desktop coffee lake so far, so do not listen to anyone who says it definitely will or won't. The rumors point towards a 1151 v2 socket, so hopefully the bracket should fit from this and most coolers, but it's all speculation at the minute.
Kyzo6 h, 43 m ago

Does anyone know roughly the length of the tubing? curious to know if it …Does anyone know roughly the length of the tubing? curious to know if it would fit in a Thermaltake Core P5 case.Thanks


Tube lengths, acording to TweakTown:

Corsair Hydro H105: 12.5 inches/31.75 cm
Corsair Hydro H100: almost 12"/30.48 cm
Corsair Hydro h110: 12.5 inches/31.75 cm
Corsair Hydro H110i GTX: 14.5 inches/36.83 cm
Appears to have gone up to £85 now.
RedRain30th Aug

how much better are these then say a hyper evo from cooler master



Hyper 212 evo but with Noctua fans is what I'm running. I rarely overclock as really there isn't any need to (benchmarks improve but benchmarks don't relate to in game performance past a point), overclocking is the only reason to go from a hyper 212 evo to liquid cooling and but even then you can overclock on a 212 evo a little.
Syst3mzero6 h, 20 m ago

Hyper 212 evo but with Noctua fans is what I'm running. I rarely overclock …Hyper 212 evo but with Noctua fans is what I'm running. I rarely overclock as really there isn't any need to (benchmarks improve but benchmarks don't relate to in game performance past a point), overclocking is the only reason to go from a hyper 212 evo to liquid cooling and but even then you can overclock on a 212 evo a little.

Same here, overclocking doesn't improve my framerates since the graphics card does all the heavy lifting.
polarbaba5 h, 23 m ago

Same here, overclocking doesn't improve my framerates since the graphics …Same here, overclocking doesn't improve my framerates since the graphics card does all the heavy lifting.


Does that not depend on frame rates and cpu intensive games ie 1440p 144hz i know some games like bf1 max out all cores i i5 could bottle neck a 1080 ti at 1080p 200hz or even 1440p 144hz
Have a 6700k at 4.6 none of my games bottlenecks my 1080 CPU usage was low however GPU was struggling, had to upgrade to 1080ti in the end.
CPU usage still the same, framerates miles better, that's with additional quality settings.
Gaming at 4k looking to get a steady 60hz. For some reason my setup looks more jerky at 75hz, strange!
polarbaba5 m ago

Gaming at 4k looking to get a steady 60hz. For some reason my setup looks …Gaming at 4k looking to get a steady 60hz. For some reason my setup looks more jerky at 75hz, strange!


You won't go above 60Hz at 4k.
I got a free water cooler with my motherboard (Frostflow 240L or something), but I'm terrified of sticking something full of water directly above my £600 GPU!
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