Corsair Hydro H100x 240mm Radiator Liquid CPU Cooler. £67.97 Sold and Dispatched by Amazon
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Corsair Hydro H100x 240mm Radiator Liquid CPU Cooler. £67.97 Sold and Dispatched by Amazon

£67.97£79.9915%Amazon Deals
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Found 3rd AugEdited by:"DevilzGtr"
This is the cheapest Corsair 240mm AIO CPU cooler and is a 2018 model.
Seems to be priced £79.99 at most other shops (RRP).

5 years Warranty included

Reviews say this is loud at loud but performs very well at keeping temperatures down
  • 240mm High-Density Radiator: Experience lower CPU temperatures with a 240mm high-density radiator for maximum cooling surface area and performance
  • Powerful PWM Cooling: Two CORSAIR SP Series 120mm PWM fans that run from 600 RPM to 1,700 RPM, making it easy to minimize noise or maximize airflow.
  • LED-Illuminated Pump Head: White LED-lit pump head adds a touch of brilliance to any system build. Powerful PWM cooling
  • Efficient Cold Plate and Pump: Thermally optimized cold plate and low-noise pump design for more efficient, quieter cooling.
  • Easy to Install: Modular tool-free mounting bracket for quick and easy installation onto all current AM4, LGA 1151 and LGA 2066 socket CPUs.
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Review: kitguru.net/com…ew/

Remember this is made by CoolIt rather than Asetek. Seems to me a good budget option, I actually have this in my build.
Edited by: "joshp" 4th Aug
I want one in my 250D but not sure whether it will fit or not.
Space is scarce in this cube.
Have ended up ordering one to have a go
Edited by: "DevilzGtr" 3rd Aug
The comments on this youtube video are quite useful for more information about the product:
coventgamer2 h, 46 m ago

Build a custom loop from parts from Ali expre



It's a better way but more expensive. It looks nicer and then you need the see through case to appreciate it.

With AIO, you don't need to do alot and it's an all in one unit. Just plug it in, no cutting pipes and stuff.

Is a custom design any better than an AIO ? Does it keep the cpu any cooler?
coventgamer3 h, 1 m ago

Build a custom loop from parts from Ali expre


Just don’t buy the pumps
Someone just watched Linus' video
Edited by: "Lert" 4th Aug
Lert38 m ago

Someone just watched Linus' video


Yes think it was yesterday
coventgamer12 h, 54 m ago

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Someone has obviously just watched this: lol
I want one with RGB so i can match my builds colour scheme..
chrishaharr10 h, 15 m ago

Just don’t buy the pumps



Just like the rest of life, there are good ones and bad ones. Stick to a seller with plenty of good feedback and the pump should be fine.

I built a system using mostly Ali Express parts last year, and so far it has performed flawlessly; stuck on a pair of Gentle Typhoon 2300RPM fans and it is quieter and slightly cooler than my original Corsair H40 - mainly due to the really noisy Corsair fans.

The video review for this H100x looks pretty good, however I didnt see any mention of ambient temperature; without that, you arent really sure how impressive that 37 Celsius figure is.

A better idea would be the difference between cpu temp and ambient temp @100% cpu, for my hexacore rig, that answer is 14 Celsius.
ukez22 m ago

I want one with RGB so i can match my builds colour scheme..


Then you'll want the H115i Pro.
coventgamer14 h, 1 m ago

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Linus Tech Tips
ukez2 h, 52 m ago

I want one with RGB so i can match my builds colour scheme..


get the nzxt kracken
Edited by: "Carling.Fosters" 4th Aug
Though it was for a car.
i would get one of these , but i got a problem now , i dont have the brackets that came with mobo for my am4 b350 board...does anyone know where you can buy the brackets and back plate ?
Quite chuffed it fits in my 250D as if it was made for it
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Edited by: "DevilzGtr" 9th Aug
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