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Corsair Hydro Series H90 and H110 140mm-Based Liquid Cooler Review

Manufacturer: Corsair

H110 Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler Overview

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Courtesy of Corsair

  • 280mm radiator
  • Low-RPM 140mm fan
  • Next-generation tubing
  • Advanced cold plate and manifold design
  • Simple mounting bracket

Packaging and Manuals

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The Hydro Series™ H110 liquid cooler is shipped in a form-fitted cardboard enclosure, similar to the material that egg cartons are made from but thicker stock. This keeps the cooler and its components in-place and protected during shipping and store handling. Further, each component in the box are individually wrapped so that all the parts and pieces remain separated and organized for quick unboxing and assembly. The unit's radiator is protected by a cardboard sleeve so that the delicate radiator fins do not become crushed or misshapen during shipping.

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Corsair includes a very detailed and straight-forward manual with the H110 cooler, containing good explanations and illustrations covering unit setup and installation into motherboards of all supported socket types. Additionally, they include a warranty pamphlet as well as a warranty instruction card should you run into issues.

H110 Cooler Layout

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The Hydro Series™ H110 cooling system consists of an aluminum-based 312mm x 140mm x 29mm radiator capable of supporting up to four 140mm x 140mm fans, attached to a CPU copper-based cooling assembly via 1/4 inch rubber hoses. The cooling hoses are attached to the CPU assembly by rotating nozzles, capable of a full 360 degrees of rotation.

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The H110 comes standard with 2 140mm x 140mm x 25mm fans that can be front-mounted for a push configuration as shown in the picture or back-mounted for a pull-type configuration. When using the H110 in a two-fan configuration, Corsair recommends front mounting the fans in a push-type configuration.

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Hydro Series™ H110 radiator

Technical Specifications (taken from the Corsair website)

Radiator dimensions

140mm x 312mm x 29mm

Fan dimensions

2 x 140mm x 140mm x 25mm

Fan speed

1500 +/- 10% RPM

Fan airflow

94 CFM

Fan noise level


Fan static pressure



February 27, 2013 | 02:09 AM - Posted by razor512

Great review, will try to save up for one for my AMD CPU that keeps hitting 70c at load using the sunbeam core contact cooler

February 27, 2013 | 03:28 AM - Posted by John Doe (not verified)

Mind you that the CCF is a direct touch heatpipe cooler, so you might want to check out if it's making contact well, and re-TIM if necessary.

I had one back in the day and even thought a cheap cooler, it wasn't that bad. It did the job and kept my E6600 cool. It's not all that well built though you might want to remount it or slap a second fan to it somehow. A second fan would help that cooler.

And well, I wouldn't suggest these cheap AIO water loops. Just get a TPC-812 and be done with it.

September 7, 2013 | 07:18 PM - Posted by stas (not verified)

tell me please guys, does corsair h110 fits inside thermaltake armor revo case?

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