Thursday, July 26th 2018

Corsair Intros 2nd Gen Hydro H75 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler

Corsair today rolled out the second generation Hydro H75 all-in-one liquid CPU cooler (model: CW-9060035-WW). A successor to the original H75 from 2013, the new 2018 Hydro H75 has four major design changes. First, you get the modern octagonal pump-block with ceramic bearings, higher coolant pressure, and white LED illumination. Second, you get more durable tubing with braided fiber outer layer. Third, you get the slightly thicker (27 mm) 120 mm aluminium radiator. You get not one, but two SP120 PWM fans that spin up to 1,900 RPM, pushing up to 64 CFM of air, at up to 31 dBA noise output, each. You install these fans in a push-pull configuration. Lastly, there's support for some of the newer CPU sockets, such as AM4 and LGA2066. Available now, the new Corsair Hydro H75 is priced at USD $89.99.
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15 Comments on Corsair Intros 2nd Gen Hydro H75 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler

#1
bonehead123
"Meet the new boss,
(almost) the same as the old boss" :D
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#2
RejZoR
I wish they'd make radiators that are of exact fan size without stupid things poking out of those dimensions. Just imagine the possibilities with that approach. In last 2 cases I've had, especially the miniATX ones, I always had problems fitting in single 120mm radiators because there was no space to fit in the radiator's extra stuff on the sides. Even the other side without any tubes had a bulge that was always getting in the way...
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#3
Caring1
Two "lastly's"?
The first "last" should be fourth ;):D
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#4
Chloe Price
RejZoR said:
I wish they'd make radiators that are of exact fan size without stupid things poking out of those dimensions. Just imagine the possibilities with that approach. In last 2 cases I've had, especially the miniATX ones, I always had problems fitting in single 120mm radiators because there was no space to fit in the radiator's extra stuff on the sides. Even the other side without any tubes had a bulge that was always getting in the way...
I'm having the same problem with an EK radiator on my Corsair Air 740. Tho using a pull fan solves this problem.


For these, another Asetek based AIO... meh.
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#5
lynx29
I'd like to see a 200mm AIO someday, so I can just mount it on side of my carbide 500r case. That would be fun. such a niche market though it prob won't ever happen
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#6
bonehead123
Chloe Price said:
I'm having the same problem with an EK radiator on my Corsair Air 740. Tho using a pull fan solves this problem.
I don't get this, a few years ago, I had an EK rad in my Air 540 with push & pull, nottaproblemo....

Have rad designs really changed that much so as to create this issue ?

Or did I just miss something somewhere along the way ?
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#7
Caring1
bonehead123 said:
I don't get this, a few years ago, I had an EK rad in my Air 540 with push & pull, nottaproblemo....

Have rad designs really changed that much so as to create this issue ?

Or did I just miss something somewhere along the way ?
I think radiator placement isn't in the design brief when they make cases, especially the cheap cases.
I've had a couple where the bulge on the end of a radiator would push hard against the USB and audio ports on the front of the cases, making installation very hard.
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#8
lZKoce
This 2nd gen won't fit with the NZXT bracket for GPU. But plenty other options for people that need it.
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#9
Chloe Price
bonehead123 said:
I don't get this, a few years ago, I had an EK rad in my Air 540 with push & pull, nottaproblemo....

Have rad designs really changed that much so as to create this issue ?

Or did I just miss something somewhere along the way ?
140 rad won't fit to the rear fan spot. It's an old 140x45 rad which I bought used.
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#11
dj-electric
Looks like its based on the dinky design of Asetek's 6th gen pumps
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#12
Canon
Still sticking with my "slav-esque" COOLIT AIO, cost me £20 in 2011, hasn't failed yet.... (I believe the corsair products from a generation or so ago were CoolIT designs).
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#13
Eric3988
For that price you may as well get a 240mm radiator, no? Another $20 got me a Fractal Celsius S24.
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#14
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
btarunr said:

i like it, simple, elegant and sober design for waterblock, well made corsair, price is not that good, but still in the point

Regards,
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#15
John Naylor
And it still won't equal the performance / noise level of an air cooler at half the price.
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