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Corsair Goes 140mm: H90 and H110 Liquid Coolers Released

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Corsair's new Hydro Series H90 and H110 liquid coolers are supposed to give better cooling capabilities and are designed for more quiet operation.

Corsair has introduced their all-new H90 and H110 Hydro Series liquid CPU coolers, which are both an enlargement of the original H80 and H100 respectively. These new closed loop liquid coolers should deliver superior cooling performance and quieter operation compared to their 120mm counterparts.

The H110 comes with a huge 280mm radiator, while the H90 sports a 140mm radiator. The units will both come with low-speed, 140mm fans that are especially designed for high static pressure, which should move more air per dB of noise than 120mm fans.

Thi La, Corsair's Senior VP and GM of Memory and Enthusiast Components boasted: "Many PC enthusiasts choose liquid cooling for its extreme cooling efficiency and quiet operation. To take liquid cooling the next level, we super-sized the Hydro Series H110 and H90, providing users our best cooling-to-noise ratio ever."

Users will find that both the H90 and H110 feature an enhanced copper cold plate, which is supposed to enhance heat transfer for better cooling performance. Both the coolers are compatible with almost all modern CPU sockets, amongst which Intel LGA 1155, LGA 1156, LGA 1366, LGA 2011, along with AMD's AM2, AM3, AM3+, FM2 and FM1 sockets.

Corsair's Hydro Series H90 and H110 are already for sale, and suggested retail prices are $99.99 for the H90 and $129.99 for the H110.

 

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    spartanmk2 , January 18, 2013 4:19 PM
    Hawt.
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    soccerplayer88 , January 18, 2013 4:25 PM
    The biggest complaint I've heard about the Hxx series from Corsair was the fan noise.

    I'm eager to see how these do, been wanting to replace my Tuniq Tower 120 Extreme for some time now.
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    Phenis , January 18, 2013 4:26 PM
    Too bad they don't share the improvements made with the H80i and H100i...
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    soccerplayer88 , January 18, 2013 4:38 PM
    @Phenis

    Yeah, I was just reading a bit more into it. These two models still use the Asetek mounts, not the (imo) better CoolIT mechanism.

    Maybe I'll wait just a bit longer for the -i variants.
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    warmon6 , January 18, 2013 6:01 PM
    tarateh00aa


    We dont care about a Stinking Tablet! We dont care if your getting one next week!

    Come back to us when you got Super Computer that need 1.21 GigaWatts to run and have pics!
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    A Bad Day , January 18, 2013 7:44 PM
    I demand benchmarks, including comparisons against the new i-120mm series.
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    rozz , January 18, 2013 8:52 PM
    damn - i was a personally a big fan of the looks of the H100 and the square water block.

    My H100 looks awesome in my rig, but i too am curious of the stats of this
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    bgunner , January 18, 2013 9:19 PM
    can't wait for Tom's to get them in and test it against the H100 and H80.
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    tului , January 18, 2013 9:45 PM
    What case will hold these? Mine only has 120 and 240mm clearings.
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    bgunner , January 18, 2013 9:58 PM
    To answer Tului's question most with 2 140mm fans on top example my second PC case the Cooler Master 690 II will hold them on top, bottom or side but side seems out of place.
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    soundping , January 19, 2013 8:34 AM
    Should fit in a Obsidian 800D case..I hope.
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    tului , January 19, 2013 12:34 PM
    I guess I could always drill out my own holes if they don't line up.
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    livingthedream , January 20, 2013 12:21 AM
    I don't understand why they went back to the Asetek mounts. I bought a H80 specifically to get away from that design. It will be interesting to see how these compare to the previous generations.