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Corsair Hydro H60 Liquid CPU Cooler - Black (2018) £52.99 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
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Corsair Hydro H60 Liquid CPU Cooler - Black (2018) £52.99 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)

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Posted 15th Jul

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Mulling over CPU fans or water cooler for Ryzen 3600 or 2600 or 2700 or X-series. Saw this on Prime day, hope it helps someone...
Next best price at AWD-IT at £65.99. According to 3Camels, it has been £49.99 before three months ago.
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An air cooler for the same price will destroy this. You want 240mm min if you're going the AIO route.
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An air cooler for the same price will destroy this. You want 240mm min if you're going the AIO route.
Good deal

I'm still using the old H80i it's so reliable no leaks for years
120mm rads are only useful for space constrained builds. 240mm+ or go air.
Danze198415/07/2019 12:16

An air cooler for the same price will destroy this. You want 240mm min if …An air cooler for the same price will destroy this. You want 240mm min if you're going the AIO route.


Yup yup, looking at Coolermaster 212X.. to Noctua etc. Don't do as much gaming these days.

ETA: There was also the Corsair 115 for £60 refurb'd going for the longest time on Overclockers... Not there today!
Edited by: "dgwl" 15th Jul
Danze198415/07/2019 12:16

An air cooler for the same price will destroy this. You want 240mm min if …An air cooler for the same price will destroy this. You want 240mm min if you're going the AIO route.



I personally don't even bother with 240mm. I have about 10 working AIOs lying on the shelf (we refurb computers) but my own work computer has a Bequiet! air cooler (I love bequiet products). It's quieter and I've managed to get same overclocks on it and the AIOs. i don't remember the temperature differences, but they were not big enough to be a concern.

Only reason I like using AIOs is when we ship the computer they're less likely to cause damage to a motherboard.Not really an issue for most people.
Edited by: "sswats" 15th Jul
sswats15/07/2019 17:53

I personally don't even bother with 240mm. I have about 10 working AIOs …I personally don't even bother with 240mm. I have about 10 working AIOs lying on the shelf (we refurb computers) but my own work computer has a Bequiet! air cooler (I love bequiet products). It's quieter and I've managed to get same overclocks on it and the AIOs. i don't remember the temperature differences, but they were not big enough to be a concern.Only reason I like using AIOs is when we ship the computer they're less likely to cause damage to a motherboard.Not really an issue for most people.


I'm on a Dark Rock 3 myself. Still not sure which one I'll put in my new build out of the H1151 or Dark Rock 4. Think there's only 15 quid difference in them.
120mm isn't really enough for a decent overclock, and if you get an AIO without overclocking then you need your head checked.
GoldenNugget201915/07/2019 19:07

120mm isn't really enough for a decent overclock, and if you get an AIO …120mm isn't really enough for a decent overclock, and if you get an AIO without overclocking then you need your head checked.


I've been watercooling CPUs for 20 years, initially with custom setups (I had a 2.4GHz P4@ 4.0GHz). These days, I just buy AIOs. I know that there are HSFs that will out perform the H60 at a lower price, but I can't get my head around going back to air after all this time. I also found that many of the decent HSFs are massive and will not fit in the small mATX cases I like. I have an H60 cooling a 1700X and it does the job (I have replaced the fan with a Noctua).
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