Corsair's H105 240 mm Water Cooler Has a Thicker Radiator

Corsair has introduced a new all-in-one liquid cooler – the H105. This unit expands the Hydro series of water cooling units. The H105 features a 240 mm radiator that is 38 mm thick. In contrast, both the H100 and H100i feature a 27 mm thick radiator.

Corsair has equipped the unit with two 120 mm SP120L fans that can spin at speeds ranging from 800 RPM to 2700 RPM. They can push up to 73 CFM, make up to 37.3 dBA of noise, and have a static pressure of 3.9 mm of water.

The water block and pump combo unit features a copper cold plate, as well as a pump with a ceramic bearing. The color accent ring can be swapped with different colors. According to Corsair, the unit will support Intel's LGA 1156/1155/1150/1366/2011 sockets, as well as AMD's AM2/AM3/FM1/FM2 sockets.

Corsair has priced the unit with an MSRP of $119.99. There was no clear word on when the unit would hit shelves, though we'd expect it won't take too long.

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  • thundervore
    "The color accent ring can be swapped with different colors."Its too bad the colour rings do not match their SP and AF fan rings. Was someone on the design team colour blind and did not notice the made the ring grey instead of white to match their existing fans rings on the market.
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  • jimmysmitty
    627667 said:
    "The color accent ring can be swapped with different colors."Its too bad the colour rings do not match their SP and AF fan rings. Was someone on the design team colour blind and did not notice the made the ring grey instead of white to match their existing fans rings on the market.


    The fans that come with the H100i and the H105 are the same and have no color ring but only grey fins. The ones with the color ring options, there are two types:

    Air Flow, performance or Quite
    SP, performance or quiet

    Both come with set rings but all of the fans in the AF and SP come with all three rings so you can choose what color you want. You want red? You take out the white ring and install the red ring.

    What I want is a H110i and to see this in comparison to the H100i. What is weird is that this has the older round style water block instead of the square one the H100i has which means no Corsair Link system so why would it be considered better than the H100? Besides the thicker radiator it has no advantage over the H100i.
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  • bochica
    Love my H110. Cools like a beast.
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