CES 2015: Corsair Announces Hydro Series H110i GT 280mm Liquid CPU Cooler

Subject: Cases and Cooling | January 6, 2015 - 12:00 PM |
Tagged: liquid cooling, liquid cooler, cpu cooler, corsair, ces 2015, CES, AIO, 280mm, 140mm

Corsair has announced their newest Hydro Series all-in-one (AIO) liquid CPU cooler, the H110i GT. This new model has a 140x322 mm radiator and dual 140mm SP140L fans.

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Corsair points out the "striking new look with logo inserts on the block and radiator" which add style, but more importantly part of the design changes with the H110i include a new cooling block to make potential performance gains over existing designs an interesting possibility. Certainly the larger radiator surface area and 140mm fans suggest lower noise.

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Corsair Link support is also provided to allow "monitoring and customization of built-in logo lighting, fan speed, pump speed". 


  • 140mm x 322mm x 27mm aluminum radiator 
  • Two SP140L 140mm high static pressure fans 
  • Corsair Link support for customization and monitoring 
  • Sleeved wide diameter, low evaporation rubber tubing
  • Support for Intel LGA 115x, 1366, 2011 and AMD AM2, AM3, FM1, FM2
  • 5-year limited warranty
  • MSRP: $129.99

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The H100i GT Liquid CPU Cooler will carry a $129.99 MSRP and availablity is set for a February release.

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Source: Corsair

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January 6, 2015 | 12:23 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

Why would anyone buy this instead of a Swiftech H240-X?

January 6, 2015 | 10:54 PM - Posted by Anonymous (not verified)

because swiftechs new cpu block looks super tacky.

February 3, 2015 | 03:38 PM - Posted by ToUR_oF_RooMS (not verified)

You didn't think the new Apogee CPU block was cool? I kinda liked it. Maybe it made a good first impression due to the optional colors provided in the kit.

But I think that the radiator/pump/reservoir is the ugliest thing I ever saw. It's clunky, and not very useable for those who prefer, or want to experiment with, push pull fan configurations. I can't use it because it obstructs my upper bay area and I need that. I also prefer if the radiator was mountable in other places like the front of the case but that's a negative thanks to that clunky shape/design

January 7, 2015 | 04:53 AM - Posted by Kwaz

Can you list the full dimensions? Length, Width and Height?

The length and width are listed, but not how thick / tall the radiator is. I have an issue in my Corsair 350D where I can't fit anything taller than ~30mm tall. Hopefully this is on the thin side.

January 7, 2015 | 05:07 AM - Posted by Kwaz

Found it!

H110i "Radiator dimensions: 140mm x 322mm x 27mm" according to Corsair.

Source: http://www.corsair.com/en-us/hydro-series-h110i-gt-280mm-extreme-perform...

Interestingly, this provides a large increase in CFM vs the Corsair H110. H110 = 94 CFM > H110i 113CFM. Likely due to the change in fans. That's a ~20% increase in CFM / air being pushed through the radiator. The fans of the H110i are louder at their peak though at 43dB(A) vs 35dB(A) for the old H110. Though those stock Corsair SP fans certainly aren't known for being very quiet.

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