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Corsair Hydro Series H75 CPU Cooler Announced

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The latest addition to the Hydro Series CPU Coolers is the Corsair H75, featuring effective closed loop cooling, dual fan design and support for both Intel and AMD Sockets.

The Corsair Hydro Series H75 Liquid CPU Cooler is equipped with an advanced cold copper water block, which sits low on the CPU to prevent interference with other components. Kink resistant tubing connects the copper block to a redesigned 120 mm radiator. The thin 120 mm aluminum radiator is 25 mm thick and is equipped with two SP120L ultra-slim fans. This makes the H75 ideal for smaller cases where space is tight. Fan speed can be tuned using motherboard BIOS settings.

Installation of the new H75 is as simple as it gets, featuring a tool-free bracket system and a broad range of socket support. Not only that, but as with most closed loop liquid systems, the H75 is hassle and maintenance free.

The Corsair H75 is priced at $84.99 MSRP in the U.S. and includes a 5 Year Limited Warranty. It supports AM2, AM3, FM1, FM2, LGA 1156, 1155, 1150, 1136 and 2011 sockets.

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    Patrick Tobin , October 29, 2013 8:21 PM
    Looks good, can't wait to see benchmarks!
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    Mirakledba , October 29, 2013 9:13 PM
    The CPU Block looks so cool! Probably the BEST looking and hopefully performance singe radiator liquid cooler!
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    SchizoFrog , October 29, 2013 9:44 PM
    It looks nice but far too much plastic used which gives it a cheaper look and doesn't come close to competing with the overall design and look of the Silverstone AIO coolers which look absolutely fantastic, apart for the straw-like cables of course.
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    itzsnypah , October 29, 2013 9:50 PM
    So basically they took an H50, slapped 2 expensive fans on it, then put a new waterblock on and are charging $5 less than an H80...If you have space to mount a 3'' thick radiator assembly (H75) then you have space to mount a 3.5'' radiator assembly (H80), which performs better.
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    CaedenV , October 30, 2013 4:15 AM
    with such a thin radiator this isn't exactly going to be a performer, but I would consider something like this for my wife's system which is in a very small case and the only fan I can her is the stock Intel fan with it's normal whine. But I would be hesitant to use something this small on a larger overclocked rig.
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    expl0itfinder , October 30, 2013 5:42 AM
    I hope this model doesn't have the same pump noise issue that the H80i had. The two seem very similar.
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    ajcroteau , October 30, 2013 5:47 AM
    One definite benefit i like with these water coolers, to which i have the H55 cooler, is the low profile of the water block which makes upgrading the ram that much easier...
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    nukemaster , October 30, 2013 6:28 AM
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    I hope this model doesn't have the same pump noise issue that the H80i had. The two seem very similar.

    Seems to be a common issue with all the all in one coolers.

    My H80i pump does not make any noticeable noise(while it can be heard before it installed it, I now have to place my ear right next to it to hear anything)

    This looks like another Asetek unit. The only Asetek unit I have sounds like a hard drive seeking all the time. Strange as again other users report it as silent.

    I think it may be a luck game.

    5 year warranty is a nice touch.
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    BluePhantom , November 7, 2013 3:07 PM
    Just me that seems slightly concerned about how thin that rad is?
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    skiwith , December 11, 2013 7:28 AM
    Looks exactly like the zalman lq310.