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Corsair Launches 2018 Edition Hydro Series H60 Liquid CPU Cooler

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Corsair today announced a new addition to its bestselling Hydro Series liquid CPU coolers, the Hydro Series H60, the H60 offers all the Hydro Series essentials to keep your CPU running fast, cool and quiet.

Fully updated for 2018, the new H60's 120mm radiator and multi-CPU socket mounting make it the ideal choice for those stepping up to liquid cooling for the first time, easily fitting into almost any enthusiast case to deliver performance CPU cooling. Finished with distinguished styling and ready to cool today's demanding processors, the H60 offers all the Hydro Series essentials to keep your CPU running fast, cool and quiet. Sharing the same next-generation Hydro Series design as the award-winning Hydro Series H150i PRO and H115i PRO, the H60's pump cap is LED backlit in white to add a touch of brilliance to your system. Inside, the H60's thermally optimized cold plate and low-noise pump efficiently transfer heat away from the CPU to be exhausted by the radiator and quickly expelled from the case.





The H60's compact 120mm high-density slim-radiator combines maximum cooling surface area with the ability to be mounted into almost any 120mm fan mount, making it compatible with any Corsair case, while rotating fittings and rubber hoses ensure easy installation. A Corsair SP Series 120mm PWM fan is tuned to deliver low-noise cooling and plentiful airflow when it's needed, connecting to your choice of fan control for precise speed adjustments between 600-1,700RPM. With included brackets for all current AM4, LGA 1151 and LGA 2066 socket CPUs, H60 is compatible with a huge array of AMD and Intel CPUs and is installed tool-free in minutes to deliver years of maintenance-free high-performance CPU cooling.



The Hydro Series H60 is available immediately from the Corsair worldwide network of authorized retailers and distributors as well as direct from the Corsair webstore.

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You'll be rather surprised with this one, it keeps a i7 2600k OC'd to 4.4ghz fairly cool, and that used to be the old model, round about 2012. The fins per inch is what helps it deliver solid performance from a slimmer, 120mm radiator, meaning that it too will need a high mm/H20 (static pressure) fan to be able to force air through it. It is fairly capable, aimed more at matx or atx markets, but will do well in mini-itx markets as well where space is limited.
 
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That....is a really really slim rad. I suppose they're going for the SFF ITX systems.
The radiator thickness is still 27mm, same as most of their coolers have always been. As noted by Crazy zookeepster, the new models claim to fame is more fins per inch and better fans. My H110 is 29mm thick, but was their flagship water cooler at the time, so it got a (slightly) thicker rad, but had the noisy, rattling sleeve bearing fans of those days. Cost me an extra $50 to upgrade to Noctua fans after I got tired of the noise. They still use sleeve bearings (hydraulic) now, so you'll still spend money upgrading fans, but now they have the mag-lev models available for $30 each in 140mm.
 
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I doubt that this could cool my nut sack at idle.
 
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Wan't this released over the holidays? I could of sworn I saw youtube reviews for it around December? What am I missing?
 
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