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Corsair H110 280mm AIO Hydro/Water CPU Cooler £69.98 @ Scan
Corsair H110 280mm AIO Hydro/Water CPU Cooler £69.98 @ Scan

Corsair H110 280mm AIO Hydro/Water CPU Cooler £69.98 @ Scan

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Brand new too, none of their refurb crap

Certainly one of the better high end CPU coolers out there for a low price that ive personally never seen before

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Hey that quite cheap nice deal

pcangeldust

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Do you trust the word of someone who can't spell bought?

Jimbob how can you post a quality deal like this followed by a carp keyboard deal

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tinca

Jimbob how can you post a quality deal like this followed by a carp … Jimbob how can you post a quality deal like this followed by a carp keyboard deal


I dont see how the keyboard is crap?
It may be "cheap chinese" but its still the cheapest mechanical keyboard out there and its waterproof

Amazing deal, unfortunately wont fit in case, hope a H60 or a good noctua goes below £50

Good price for a good cooler. Personally, I think it's worth paying an extra £30 for the H110iGTX though.
Edited by: "edanfalls" 5th Oct 2016

hamzahuk

Amazing deal, unfortunately wont fit in case, hope a H60 or a good noctua … Amazing deal, unfortunately wont fit in case, hope a H60 or a good noctua goes below £50



I fitted the fans and Radiator on the outside top of my Corsair case. Looks smart and wow does it keep the cpu cool. Plenty space in case as only the cpu part is inside.

If your looking for a decent case that can fit this cooler without it it being a huge monstrosity get a Fractal Design Node 804.

edanfalls

Good price for a good cooler. Personally, I think it's worth paying an … Good price for a good cooler. Personally, I think it's worth paying an extra £30 for the H110iGTX though.



just curious, what advantage does the H110i have over this?

wanny8888

just curious, what advantage does the H110i have over this?



Corsair Link

I have this cooler and love it. Though I did have to take a dremel to it to make it fit in my case (despite Corsair saying it was compatible!).
Provided solid service for the last 2 years.
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Have this cooler and its excellent paid 110 for it at release, replaced stock fans with corsair silent fans and it's been a true servant ..gets a decent OC on my 4790k to 4.8Ghz

jamb0jamie

Have this cooler and its excellent paid 110 for it at release, … Have this cooler and its excellent paid 110 for it at release, replaced stock fans with corsair silent fans and it's been a true servant ..gets a decent OC on my 4790k to 4.8Ghz



Better off getting Noctua fans if you're replacing the stock ones. Corsair silent ones might be slightly quieter but move a lot less air under static pressure than the Noctua ones can. Plus the Noctua ones are quieter.

I have this cooler too, bought at £90 about 2 years ago. Keeps 2600k at 4.5ghz, yet to see a temp above 60 degrees despite stress test. You need a monster case but it is decent and stable, not loud either though you can hear the fan whine at times under significant load.

K1LLER HORNET

Corsair Link



​Dont they all have corsair link? My h80i does

AntC

​Dont they all have corsair link? My h80i does



If it's an "i" model it has link.

oh fair enough. I thought they all had them to change the led colour, my bad

Does anyone know of an AIO that can cool better than this?

Love this cooler, and now that Asus have confirmed that (a portion) of their current motherboards will support intels newest processors when they come out I have no need to upgrade my cooler for a long while now!

Bought this cooler last year around July, lasted just over a year until I had to replace it in August.

It comes with 5-year warranty, Corsair swapped it out with no problem.

There's always the chance of getting a sketchy unit but if not, great cooler lol!

I wish Corsair would stick to what they do best (memory) and stop rebadging middle of the road hardware.

Well apart from the Seasonics that is.

ollie87

Better off getting Noctua fans if you're replacing the stock ones. … Better off getting Noctua fans if you're replacing the stock ones. Corsair silent ones might be slightly quieter but move a lot less air under static pressure than the Noctua ones can. Plus the Noctua ones are quieter.



​i wouldn't recommend noctua because of the turbulence you get.i had to change them out because the noise was pretty bad when playing games. go for some magnetic levitation corsair fans .they are high static pressure and they more evenly distribute air. and a double pack should be much cheaper than two noctuas

will this fit any cpu and motherboard

RedRain

will this fit any cpu and motherboard


No - you need to check the socket number of your motherboard and CPU. This cooler will work with both AMD and Intel CPU's but only certain types.

The motherboard and CPU will have the same socket number - the cooler need to match this.

Mecoconuts

I fitted the fans and Radiator on the outside top of my Corsair case. … I fitted the fans and Radiator on the outside top of my Corsair case. Looks smart and wow does it keep the cpu cool. Plenty space in case as only the cpu part is inside.


How did you do that, do you have any pictures and the holes you drilled? I would love to do that as I have a Aero Cool Cyclops Case, you can google that to see what it looks like.
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