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Corsair Introduces the Hydro Series H105 Liquid Cooler

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  1. Cristian_25H

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    Corsair today announced H105 as the latest addition to its Hydro Series of all-in-one liquid coolers. This fresh cooling solution features a new mounting bracket enabling easy, tool-free installation, a copper cold plate, a ceramic bearing pump, a 38 mm-thick 240 mm aluminum radiator equipped with two 120 mm SP120L PWM (800 ~ 2700 RPM) fans, and an interchangeable color accent ring (metallic grey, red and blue rings are bundled) for the CPU block.

    The Hydro Series H105 has support for Intel LGA 1156/1155/1150/1366/2011 and AMD Socket AM2/AM3/FM1/FM2 processors, it comes with a five-year warranty and is priced at $119.99.

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  2. Live OR Die

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    So this is like a H100 refresh.
     
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    interesting, how far its improvement over h100
     
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    Pretty much, it uses the newer H75 block/pump combo so it seems.
     
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    thicker rad by 10mm (39 vs 29mm ) .
    unless thats's a misprint .

    Edit should be 38mm vs 27mm
     
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    Seems like a typo. Corsair's product page reads the following:

    Radiator dimensions: 272.5mm x 120mm x 25mm
     
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    Yes, that is odd, so this is 25mm vs 27mm for 100i , the 100i you get corsair link support but both sell for 119$.

    I guess we will have to see how this performs compared to others 240mm's AIO .
     
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    Corsair: Selling you OEM Asetek designs with a 40% markup. Thanks, chump! :shadedshu:
     
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    Yes but that interchangeable color accent ring and Corsair logo!

    40%? What store sells this OEM Asetek cooler for $72?
     
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    Would be great to see a temp comparison with the H220.
     
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    The H105 has a 38mm thick radiator. This makes it more than a h100 refresh (that's what the h100i was).
     

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