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CPU Cooling News (157)

Cooler Master Announces Nepton Liquid Coolers

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: October 21, 2014 04:16PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Cooler Master has announced a pair of additions to the Nepton line of all-in-one liquid coolers. The new 120mm and 240mm models join the previously released 140mm and 280mm models and have been enhanced with the addition of the new Silencio FP 120 fans. The new Silencio fans boast high air pressure, low noise output, and low power consumption. The use of 120mm and 240mm radiators should also help the radiators fit into more cases. The all-in-one design is rounded out by a pump capable of moving 120 liters of liquid per hour.

Source: Press Release



be quiet! Announces Entry Level CPU Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: October 21, 2014 04:06PM
Author: Nick Harezga


The Pure Rock is the latest CPU cooler offering from German company be quiet! and it is compatible with all current Intel and AMD sockets. The cooler has four 6mm heat pipes to help dissipate heat through the numerous fins. The included fan spins at 1500 RPM and has a lifetime greater than 80,000 hours. The cooler has dimensions of 155 x 121 x 87.5mm and should fit into a variety of cases. The Pure Rock is available immediately at an MSRP of €32.90.

Source: Press Release




DEEPCOOL Launches CAPTAIN CPU Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: September 26, 2014 11:49AM
Author: Nick Harezga

DEEPCOOL has announced its newest CPU coolers, a trio of liquid coolers in the CAPTAIN series, released under the GAMING STORM sub-brand. The CAPTAIN series are all-in-one liquid cooling solutions in 120mm, 240mm, and 360mm configurations. The patented Separated Section design keeps the pump and cold plate in separate blocks and connects them with a "unique transparent connection system." The base is made of pure copper and contains precision-machined 0.2mm micro channels to help with the heat transfer. Also included are 120mm PWM fans that operate between 600 and 2200 RPM. The coolers will be available next month at an MSRP of $79.99 for the 120mm version, $109.99 for the 240mm, and $139.99 for the 360mm.

Source: Press Release



Noctua to Provide Free Mounting Upgrade Kits to Consumers

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: August 15, 2014 10:22AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Noctua has long been providing its customers with SecuFirm2 mounting kits for novel platforms free of charge. The company has announced that it will continue this tradition, as consumers who own older Noctua heatsink models can upgrade their product with the NM-I2011 kit at no additional cost. The NM-12011 kit, which is compatible with most Noctua retail coolers since 2005, allows older Noctua heatsink models to support Haswell-E's LGA2011-3 socket. The Noctua CEO, Mag. Roland Mossig, noted that the company is pleased to extend its offer of providing its customers with NM-12011 kits free of charge, so that they can upgrade to the Intel Haswell-E platform.

In order to receive the NM-IPS2 spacers, which are only required for the NH-L12, or NM-I2011 kit, consumers must request the free mounting upgrade from Noctua and provide the company with a proof of purchase of both an eligible Noctua CPU cooler and either an LGA2011-3 mainboard or LGA2011-3 CPU.

Source: Press Release


Frio Silent Series Introduced by Thermaltake

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: July 8, 2014 03:00PM
Author: Brentt Moore

Thermaltake, an industry leader in computer chassis, thermal solutions, and power supply units, has just introduced its latest air-cooling solution known as the Frio Silent Series. This series, comprised of the Frio Silent 12, Frio Silent 14, and Frio Extreme Silent 14 Dual, features solid copper heat pipes that come in direct contact with CPUs, aluminum fins optimized for rapid heat dissipation, and a low noise cable that can reduce noise levels by up to 38 percent. The Frio Silent 12 features a 120mm PWM fan that can operate up to 1400RPM while the Frio Silent 14 features a 140mm PWM fan that can operate up to 1200RPM. The Frio Extreme Silent 14 Dual comes with two 140mm fans that can operate up to 1200RPM, allowing for even more efficient heat dissipation.

Source: Press Release



CRYORIG Announces C1 CPU Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: April 22, 2014 04:28PM
Author: Nick Harezga


The C1 CPU cooler from CRYORIG has passed rigorous testing procedures and is now in production. The C1 will be used in ITX systems and is just 7.4cm tall. Six copper heatpipes run from the nickel plated base plate with a 140mm PWM fan providing the air circulation that produces only 28 to 30 dBA. CRYORIG Chief Manufacturing Engineer Alex Wang said, "ITX systems now are housing high performance, high TDP CPU’s and GPU’s. Cooling these crucial components is an even greater challenge in these tight spaces. What I think we achieved with the C1 is a solution that has outstanding performance for it’s size, and provides a great user experience thanks to its hassle free easy installation and robust accessories. Everything you need is in the box." The C1 will be available in Europe and North America in June and in May in Asia.

Source: Press Release




Noctua Launches the Massive NH-D15 CPU Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: April 10, 2014 02:29PM
Author: bp9801


Noctua is certainly no stranger to extreme cooling, with the dual-tower NH-D14 among some of the largest CPU coolers available. Recently, Noctua has announced an even more impressive CPU cooler called the NH-D15, which is another dual-tower type built on the same successful model as the D14. The D15's fin stack has been widened from 140mm to 150mm, with the heat pipes now a little further apart for "more uniform heat distribution over a larger surface area." Its fins are a little lower too, so now it has 64mm of clearance for RAM modules in single-fan mode. Two NF-A15 fans come with the D15 and can have their speed controlled by a PWM header, or you can use the supplied Low-Noise Adaptor to drop the RPMs from 1500 to 1200 for super quiet cooling.

The Noctua NH-D15 will be available later this month for $99.90, and comes with a six-year warranty and the company's NT-H1 thermal compound.

Source: Press Release



Cooler Master Extends Warranty of Nepton CPU Coolers

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: March 18, 2014 06:45AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Cooler Master, which is a leader in computer chassis, power supplies, and CPU coolers, has announced that it is expanding the warranty on its Nepton series CPU coolers. The Nepton series is focused on providing efficient cooling of CPUs by using an exclusive watercooling design by Cooler Master. The initial warranty for the Nepton 140XL and Nepton 280L was two years from purchase, but the warranty period has now grown to five years from the date of purchase. This extension of warranty provides the same regionally located support from Cooler Master, and goes to show how much confidence the company has in its products, specifically its Nepton series CPU coolers.

Source: TechPowerUp



Thermaltake Announces NiC Series CPU Coolers

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: February 21, 2014 10:13AM
Author: Brentt Moore

Thermaltake has announced its new series of CPU heatsinks, known as non-interference coolers. The new series, including models NiC L31 and NiC L32, focuses heavily on being compatible with all types of RAM including high-end and overclocked RAM which are generally taller than traditional modules. High performance RAM is incompatible with most other CPU coolers due to height restrictions by the heatsinks, but the new NiC series coolers by Thermaltake are able to provide enough clearance to support the RAM.

A total of three heat pipes, which are solid and measure in at 8mm, are used in order to cool the CPU effectively. The incorporated design features an aesthetically appealing look while providing an even dissipation surface. Thermaltake has implemented a PWM fan which allows users to control the fan speed from 500 RPM to 1800 RPM, providing both quite operation and performance. An additional fan can be added to the coolers, enabling even more heat dissipation, while still be optimized for compatibility with all types of RAM available.

Source: Press Release



be quiet! Announces Trio of CPU Coolers

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: January 15, 2014 04:46PM
Author: Nick Harezga


German company be quiet! has announced the addition of three CPU coolers to the Dark Rock and Shadow Rock series of coolers, ranging in cooling capacity from 160W to 250W. The Dark Rock Pro 3 and Dark Rock 3 are both made with aluminum fins in conjunction with seven and six heatpipes, respectively. Both coolers are compatible with 120mm and 135mm fans, and be quiet! has chosen to include its Silent Wings PWM fans with each cooler. The key difference between the two coolers is the additional cooling tower found on the Dark Rock Pro 3. Both coolers were designed with noise level in mind with the Pro model topping out at 26.1 dB and the stock edition only hitting 21.1 dB. The Shadow Rock Slim features six heatpipes, aluminum fins, and a 135mm fan. It produces just 23.7 dB of sound and with a width of 74mm it is a great choice for systems with space concerns. The Dark Rock Pro 3 will have an MSRP of $89, the Dark Rock 3 will cost $69, and the Shadow Rock Slim will be $45.90.

Source: Press Release



New Closed Loop Cooler From Corsair

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: January 7, 2014 04:02PM
Author: Tobias Thydal

Corsair has revealed its latest addition to the ever expanding Hydro Series closed loop CPU coolers. This new cooler, the H105, should allow for even better cooling than its predecessors. This is due to the increased radiator thickness, which increases the total surface area to allow for even greater heat dissipation. The new radiator is 38 mm thick compared to the H100's 27 mm. George Makris, Product Manager for Cases and Cooling at Corsair, explains this choice: "For 240mm radiators, we’ve had a lot of requests for a thicker version with more surface area to improve cooling performance." The cooler will come with two SP120L PWM 120 mm fans. These fans run from 800-2700 RPM, has a maximum noise level of 37.7 dB, and can push up to 73 CFM. The fan speed can be managed in the BIOS with no mention of Corsair's Link software being able to do it.

As for mounting, the cooler uses Corsair’s new tool-free CPU mounting block, which should make it much easier to install the cooler, and it is available for a wide range of Intel and AMD sockets. It also features kink-resistant rubber tubes, and a high-quality on-board ceramic-bearing pump. The cooling block is made of copper to ensure fast heat transfer.

If aesthetics is your thing, then Corsair has got your back too with an LED backlight logo on the CPU block and a replaceable color ring, so the cooler can match any rig no matter the color theme. 

The MSRP is $119.99 in the United States, and it is available now from Corsair's website. Other distributors should have it available some time in January.

Source: Press Release




Corsair Announces H75 Liquid Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: October 25, 2013 05:33AM
Author: Nick Harezga


The Hydro Series from Corsair has provided users with easy access to liquid cooling with its all-in-one cooling solutions. The H75 is the latest cooler to be added to this series and it continues that tradition. The cooler features a low profile CPU block that connects to a 120mm radiator with kink-resistant tubing. The radiator removes heat with the aid of two 120mm fans. The included Pulse Width Modulation fans can be connected to compatible motherboard headers and have speed controlled using software. The H75 is compatible with both Intel and AMD CPUs and will be available in November at an MSRP of $84.99.

Source: Press Release




Cooler Master Offering New All-In-One Liquid Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: October 23, 2013 07:31AM
Author: Nick Harezga


Cooler Master has announced a new all-in-one liquid cooling solution, the Glacier 240L. The 240mm radiator is accompanied by a pair of 120mm fans that operate at 2400 RPM and produce 86.15 CFM of airflow. The pump, manufactured by Swiftech, pushes water through the black PVC tubing at a rate of 165 liters per hour. Also found within the radiator is a small reservoir with two fill ports for ease of draining and filling the cooler. Everything is powered using a standard SATA power connector and the Glacier 240L is compatible with both Intel and AMD CPUs. It will be available this month with pricing and exact availability varying by region.

Source: Press Release




Deepcool Releases new Mini ITX CPU Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: October 14, 2013 11:42AM
Author: Nick Harezga


The latest CPU heatsink from Deepcool has been announced and will be released under the Gamer Storm product line. The GABRIEL CPU cooler is targeted at users with small form factor PCs and is compatible with Mini ITX boards. The low profile heatsink has a copper base and four copper heatpipes that run into aluminum cooling fins. A 120mm fan that measures just 20mm thick is included and the entire package is only 60mm thick. The included fan is capable of pushing 61.93 CFM at up to 1800 RPM with a noise level that tops out at just over 18 dBA. The cooler has mounting options for all major Intel and AMD sockets and will be available in November at an MSRP of $40.

Source: Press Release




Deepcool Announces Lucifer CPU Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: July 21, 2013 07:36AM
Author: Nick Harezga


The newest cooler from Deepcool, the Lucifer, carries an ominous name. It gets this name from the DotA hero Lucifer, known as Doom in DotA 2, as, "Lucifer has 4 skills: Devour, Scorched Earth, LVL? Death and Doom. We believe our Fanless CPU cooler has very similar characteristics with Hero Lucifer and that’s why we gave the name." The heatsink was designed to cool without the aid of a fan, but it supports up to two 140mm fans. An included 140mm fan is able to increase the cooling capacity of the heatsink alone by up to 300W. The Lucifer has six heatpipes that transfer heat to the large number of cooling fins for the most effective heat dissipation. The Lucifer is compatible with all the latest chipsets from Intel and AMD and has an MSRP of $60.

Source: Press Release




Cooler Master Announces the V8 GTS CPU Cooler

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: July 17, 2013 06:08PM
Author: bp9801


Cooler Master, one of the leaders in many computer items, has announced its newest CPU cooler today: the V8 GTS. This cooler builds on the legacy of Cooler Master's V8 line, but takes it to a whole other level. It's built using Horizontal Vapor Chamber (HVC) Technology, which is the same thing used to keep video cards nice and cool. Cooler Master adapted it for use in a CPU cooler to dissipate high amounts of heat generated by the latest processors (up to 250W), as the Vapor Chamber features coolant to cycle between evaporation and precipitation. Three heat sinks and eight heatpipes make up the V8 GTS, with two 140mm fans to keep everything from overheating. It sounds massive, but it's been designed to allow for a wide range of memory compatibility since the two outter heat sinks are rotated 90 degrees. The whole thing mimics V8 engines you'd normally find in classic muscle cars, just now it's in your computer.

The Cooler Master V8 GTS arrives next month for $99.99.

Source: Cooler Master




Xigmatek Releases New CPU Heatsink

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: June 21, 2013 03:11PM
Author: Nick Harezga


At first glance, the Xigmatek Orthrus is a very unique heatsink, unlike anything I have seen before. The cooler is built around a copper base and seven heat-pipes. The Orthrus features two sets of fins to help to better disperse heat over all motherboard components around the processor in addition to cooling the CPU. Each set of fins has its own fan, once of which is 140mm and the other 80mm. The larger fan is able to move 79.84 CFM and the smaller can push 23.83 CFM. The fans also keep a relatively low noise profile with a maximum of 35 dBA produced.

Source: Press Release




Noctua Reveals a Plethora of New And Improved Products

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: June 14, 2013 02:58PM
Author: Tobias Thydal

Noctua has not been sitting idle, which became apparent at Computex 2013. The company showed of a bunch of new products, along with some old but improved ones.

Adding to the popular A-series fans, Noctua is releasing 200 mm, 92 mm, and 80 mm models that will allows builders more flexibility, when putting together new systems. The fans will have known features, such as Flow Acceleration Channels, AAO frames, and SSO2 bearings. Noctua also revealed new ruggedized industrial models that will borrow many features from the A-series. These fans have a fiber-glass reinforced polyamide construction and a new 3-phase motor design with six poles that insures lower vibrations, reduced power consumption, and a smoother running fan.

For all the builders on a budget, Noctua wants to have you covered as well. The new series of fans, currently called Project Redux, are based on the popular NF-S12B and NF-P14, and will be released in Q4 2013. The series will come in more accessibly priced packages, and though they won't be at the same level technically as the fans mentioned above, they are sure to live up to Noctua's high standards.

Noctua has also been developing a new heatsink base plate that will improve heat spreading to all the heat pipes. The base will use a new, state-of-the-art hot pressing technology to make a diamond-copper composite insert. This new composite has a thermal conductivity of about 500 W/mk, which is 25 percent higher than pure copper. The company also revealed more information about its work with ANC fans. This technology will allow for quieter running fans without sacrificing RPMs. The technology is still not ready for mass production, but Noctua is hoping to release fans with the technology in Q2/Q3 2014.

Source: Noctua



Enermax Offers New Cooler in Two Colors

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: June 11, 2013 03:38PM
Author: Nick Harezga

The ETS-T40 series from Enermax has received an update in the form of the ETS-T40-Black Twister and ETS-T40-White Cluster. The significant difference between these two models and previous iterations is the new color choices, with the cooling technologies being carried over. At the center of the two coolers is Thermal Conductive Coating to create better heat transference and prevent oxidation. Each unit includes an LED fan that has three different speed settings. The new models in the ETS-T40 series are compatible with nearly all of the latest sockets from Intel and AMD, including the newest Haswell processors from Intel.

Source: Press Release



Enermax Announces New CPU Coolers

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: June 4, 2013 07:43PM
Author: Guest_Jim_*

Enermax, producers of multiple computer components, is launching two new CPU coolers next month, following the its successful ETS-T40 series. The new coolers at the ETS-T40-Black Twister and ETS-T40-White Cluster, which are midnight black and artic white respectively. The fans also have different LED colors, with the Twister sporting blue LEDs and the Cluster white. Distinguishing the fans, the White Cluster fan has an adjustable peak speed, so you can control high fast your system can spin it at.

This launch is about more than just color options though as Enermax has also added a new feature to them; a thermal conductive coating to improve heat transfer and to reduce oxidation. The coolers also feature Vortex Generator Flow, to increase air convection between the radiator fins, Stack Effect for improved heat flow from the bottom up, and Vacuum Effect to optimize airflow within the cooler. Both coolers use heat pipes that directly touch the CPU.

The ETS-T40-Black Twister and ETS-T40-White Cluster launch in July at a suggested price of $49.99.

Source: Press Release




Noctua Adds Coolers for Xeon Processors

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: May 15, 2013 02:44PM
Author: Nick Harezga


The two coolers of the new i4 Series from Noctua are targeted at Intel Xeon processors, frequently seen in workstations and servers. The NH-U12DX and NH-U9DX are compatible with LGA2011, LGA1356, and LGA1366 sockets and are mounted with the SecuFirm2™ mounting system. NF-B9 PWM fans are included with each heatsink to provide quiet airflow over the fins. Noctua CEO Mag. Roland Mossig said, "we've decided to update our DX line of coolers to work with both Square ILM and Narrow ILM based LGA2011 platforms. At the same time, we've added PWM control and switched the U12 version to the new, slimmer layout of the NH-U12S, which not only provides better performance but also ensures easier access to the RAM slots, which was another long time request from our industry partners." The NH-U9DX will have an MSRP of $64.90 and the NH-U12DX will cost $74.90.

Source: Noctua




Thermaltake Reveals New Liquid Cooling Solution

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: April 27, 2013 07:21AM
Author: Nick Harezga


Thermaltake is bringing another all-in-one liquid cooling solution to the market with the Water 3.0 Series, featuring the Extreme, Pro, and Performer models. All coolers in this series feature a copper base plate and pump within the CPU block and dual 120mm fans. The difference between the models is found within the radiator design, offering users options based on their case size and space restrictions. The Extreme has a 240mm radiator which allows for an additional two fans to be installed. The Performer has a 120mm with fans operating in a push/pull configuration. The Pro is also a 120mm radiator design, but it has twice the thickness of the Performer.




Noctua Announces Pair of CPU Coolers

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: April 8, 2013 03:05PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Noctua has added two CPU coolers to its award-winning NH-U series of quiet coolers, both of which are single tower coolers. The NH-U12S uses the NF-F12 120mm fan and the NH-U14S uses the NF-A15 140mm fan. These new coolers were designed with large memory modules in mind and have adequate room to accommodate large RAM coolers. Noctua CEO Mag. Roland Mossig said, "The original NH-U12 and NH-U9 were the first Noctua products we brought to the market and the NH-U series has been a cornerstone of our success ever since. Representing the next generation of this venerable legacy, the new NH-U12S and NH-U14S are the result of almost 10 years of continuous development and optimisation. Both models mark a significant improvement in performance, convenience and compatibility."

Source: Noctua




Thermaltake Introduces Non-interference CPU Coolers

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: March 11, 2013 03:20PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Thermaltake introduced its latest innovation in CPU cooling technology with the Non-interference Cooler series. The new NiC series is targeted at users that have RAM with bulky heat spreaders as these coolers give clearance over larger modules. The series features four different coolers, the F3, F4, C4, and C5 with a range of TDP from 160W to 230W. Up to five heatpipes transfer the thermal load through aluminum fins where the heat is dissipated using a 120cm PWM fan.




The Thermalright AXP-100 Ready to Give ITX Better CPU Cooling Options

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: February 4, 2013 07:11AM
Author: edwardquilo


The steady adoption of ITX amongst system builders has given rise to some small but powerful PC hardware, and Thermalright’s AXP-100 looks to further improve CPU thermals of your bite-sized machine. While a six-heatpipe configuration can normally be found in mammoth CPU coolers, the AXP-100 manages to pack in the same number, directing the CPU heat towards the heatspreader and fan array. The AXP-100 includes a 100mm fan, but also comes with a secondary fan mount that can accommodate even bigger fans, up to 140mm. With a 5.8cm clearance, the Thermalright AXP-100 should fit in snugly in an ITX setup. What's more, the AXP-100 supports the LGA 2011 socket, which is a pretty good indication that you'll be getting some decent overclocking headroom with this diminutive CPU cooler. 

Source: PC Gamer




Deepcool GAMMAXX S40 Packs Big Performance into Small Size

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: January 24, 2013 03:18PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Deepcool has announced the availability of a new CPU cooler, the GAMMAXX S40. This cooler is targeted at users that want big cooling performance without needing to use a monstrous heatsink. The GAMMAXX S40 uses a single 120mm fan to dissipate heat passed through the nickel plated fins. The fan ranges in speed from 900 to 1600RPM and a holes-on-fins design helps to dissipate heat faster. Support will be available for all major CPU sockets from Intel and AMD and a February release date will be accompanied by a $30 MSRP.

Source: Deepcool



Two New Liquid Cooling Solutions from Cooler Master

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: January 24, 2013 02:55PM
Author: Nick Harezga


Cooler Master has announced two new all-in-one liquid cooling solutions, the Seidon 120XL and 240M. The water block on both units is created from a single copper block and Micro Channels help to maximize heat dissipation. The pump was placed in the water block for a space saving design. Both models come with two 120mm PWM fans that range in RPM from 600 to 2400. The 120XL has a 120mm radiator with a fan on each side and the 240M has a 240mm radiator with both fans found on the same side of a thicker radiator. The Seidon 120XL will have an MSRP of $79.99 and the 240M will cost $99.99.

Source: Cooler Master




Prolimatech's Megahalems Basic CPU Coolers Start at $14

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: January 22, 2013 07:03AM
Author: edwardquilo


Frugal overclockers looking for even cheaper CPU coolers might want to consider Prolimatech's upcoming lineup - the Megahalems Basic series. First is the Megahalems Basic-81, retailing for $32. It manages to look physically identical to the more expensive $70 Megahalems, but to keep costs low stainless steel fins are used instead of aluminum. The 81 fins remain intact, along with copper for the heatpipes and the base, which also happens to be mirror-finished. Further expanding the cost-effective CPU lineup is the compact Basic-45. At $14, it has 45 aluminum fins and four 6mm copper heat pipes and base. Given the rock-bottom price, it's a given the cooler ships without a fan. 




Thermaltake Adds to Bigwater Series

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: January 18, 2013 06:09AM
Author: Nick Harezga


The Bigwater series from Thermaltake is one of the oldest all-in-one water cooling solutions on the market. Thermaltake has now announced the Bigwater 760 Pro, the next iteration is this lengthy lineup. This unit features a dual 5.25" drive bay design that features all major components other than the waterblock. An aluminum radiator is cooled by a 120mm fan that features variable speed control. An "ultra quiet" pump circulates water through the radiator and included reservoir, and a water level indicator lets you know when to refill the system. The system also features the ability to expand the components cooled to include the GPU and RAM.



Corsair Introduces New Liquid Coolers

Category: CPU Cooling
Posted: January 17, 2013 04:15PM
Author: Nick Harezga

Corsair is adding a pair of liquid coolers to its CPU cooling arsenal, the H110 and H90. Both coolers are low noise, high performance radiators that take advantage of included 140mm high static pressure fans. The H110 features a cooling surface of 280mm by 140mm, allowing for two fans to increase cooling power. The H90 only features space for one fan with dimensions of 140mm by 140mm. Both coolers have a copper plate that is improved over previous Corsair designs, allowing for greater heat absorption. All major sockets from Intel and AMD are supported. Senior VP and GM of Memory and Enthusiast Component Products Thi La said, "To take liquid cooling the next level, we super-sized the Hydro Series H110 and H90, providing users our best cooling-to-noise ratio ever."



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