Corsair launches Hydro Series H75 liquid CPU cooler
Dual-fan 120mm liquid CPU cooler retails for $84.99
PC case and component maker Corsair today announced the H75 liquid CPU cooler, which it says will bring liquid cooling to the masses.
Usually liquid cooling is reserved for the most hard-core of enthusiasts, who can spend the required time properly rigging up the cooling system to their PC’s components. This needs to be done extraordinarily carefully, as if done without care the PC’s components could be ruined. Corsair promises that the H75 will bring liquid cooling to everyone from the technically inept to the mere proletariat with its ease of installation.
From the press release:
The Hydro Series H75 is comprised of a low-profile CPU cooling block connected to a 120mm radiator and fan assembly via kink-resistant rubber tubing. The H75’s new cooling block is designed with a micro-fin copper cold plate and a high-quality, ceramic bearing pump that provides reliable, low-noise heat transfer away from the CPU. The slim 25mm thick radiator is surrounded by dual SP120L PWM 120mm fans resulting in design that is quieter and thinner than other dual fan coolers, and more effective at dispersing heat than single fan designs. The H75’s fans work with PWM motherboard fan headers, allowing users to control the fan speed and noise levels from their motherboard’s built-in software or BIOS.
The Hydro Series H75 supports most AMD and Intel CPUs: AM2, AM3, FM1, FM2, LGA 1156, 1155, 1150, 1366, 2011 sockets are supported according to Corsair.