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Corsair Cooling Hydro Series H60 CPU Cooler System LGA1155 1366 1156 2011 AM2 AM3 FM1 & FM2

Corsair Cooling Hydro Series H60 CPU Cooler System LGA1155 1366 1156 2011 AM2 AM3 FM1 & FM2 (Corsair: CW-9060007-WW)
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Product Reviews

Corsair Cooling Hydro Series H60 CPU Cooler System LGA1155 1366 1156 2011 AM2 AM3 FM1 & FM2
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Rating: 8.55/10
austinpowers@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 04/02/15
Cons: the unit is kinda awkward to install with the especially with the long screws

Pros: good price and even better with a rebate, low noise plus no maintenance required. intake and outtake all ok.
Comment:
keeps the cpu cooler than a stock fan. but who uses a stock fan these days. good cpu cooler for non-overclockers. low noise plus no maintenance required. my first cpu cooler that is not not a fan and overall performs great plus good warranty. hopefully, mine does not leak in the future as some have stated that it does over time.
Steven_B@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/21/15
Cons: Since one week my h60 have some weird noise and my cpu heat when the pc boot... ill ask RMA

Pros: When the pump work well this is a good cooling.
Comment:
im really disapointed with this product.
Jean-Rene_R@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/13/15
Cons: The fan that came with the H60 is good but at max speed it's loud.

Pros: Good CPU cooler.Build quality.
Comment:
My temperature dropped compared to my CM V6 GT (at load i was at 75c now i am at 55-59c). Maybe you can get same temperature with a high end air cooler but with this you wont have that massive tower that take all the place in your case and cover everything.People having trouble with temperature with this cooler is probably due to not mounting the block correctly on the CPU.
Angus_O@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/08/15
Cons: The instructions are very loosely worded. It tells you how to mount the little backplate thing, and attaching the pump to the processor; but after that, it's not exactly a Harvard professor.(This was my first time installing a water cooler, but) it did not specifically explain in what order and orientation the fan is supposed to be attached to the radiator -- I had to Google that.Although the fan has a 4-pin connector, and the pump a 3-pin connector, it did not say which should be connected to which connector on my motherboard -- I had to Google that, too.The fan that Corsair bundled with the radiator and pump was just horrendous. I got better temperatures, and quieter operation, using my 3-pin NZXT case fan than I did with theirs.After the first week of operation (2-4 hours per day), the pump has started making a disgusting grinding noise after about 20 minutes of light operation (web browsing and video streaming).

Pros: Well packaged, came with a wide variety of parts, which would assumedly fit all of the sockets Corsair claims it will fit on.
Comment:
I've heard good of Corsair products, and with the post-holiday madness, I picked up this water cooler on sale to further the upgrading of my first ever PC build. (Gone from a 4570 to a 4690K; a GTX 650 Ti to a 760, added 8GB of RAM, etc.) I'm going to be switching back to the 4690K's stock fan until I can determine why the pump is operating so noisily.I can't say I recommend this cooler, however, I have only ran with this one for a week, so maybe the future bodes well for it. As always with computer construction and upgrading, DO YOUR RESEARCH! (Hindsight is 20/20.)
Alexandre_C@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/07/15
Cons: Default fan bit noisyRound frame fan

Pros: Very good price for performanceKeep your CPU cool (I hope!)
Comment:
This all-in-one liquid cooler for CPU is very great for its price. It keeps my I7-4770K idle at 26°C. The 120 mm fan who come with it is not exceptionnal. This is why I order a Noctua NF-A12 to replace it. Round frame fan aren't good for radiator because they aren't optimise for this task.
the_prism@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/25/14
Cons: A bit noisy

Pros: Good quality
Comment:
I found this item a bit noisy. I replaced its fan with a Noctua fan which made it less noisy.I use it on my first 920-i7 CPU. Works fine so far. Not a big cooling gain from Noctua cooler, but I really needed something that will allow me to free some airflow space in my old Sonata case.
Normandy_S@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/25/14
Cons: doesn't cool i5 4690k that much.

Pros: works properly
Comment:
Im not sure if 40C is the normal temp at idle for i5 4690k but that is what I get for using this cooler. I should have bought the other model with 2 fans back to back
Dan_H@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/01/14
Cons: None.

Pros: Runs cool. Looks great. Comes with decent 120mm fan.
Comment:
This is a great product. It's well priced (often on sale for around $50-60), looks awesome, and runs cool. The instructions are pretty straightforward, too, if you haven't had much experience with all in one watercoolers. Just be sure to get the backplate for this thing sorted before you screw down the motherboard.I've been running this setup with an i7 2600K at 4.5Ghz for 3 years. No leaks, no fuss. Barely brushes 60 degrees C under load.
Alexandre_Gallant@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 07/14/14
Cons: Big

Pros: Good cooling system
Comment:
I had a dual fan cooling system before too much noise and not enough cooling the H60 provide lots of cooling with almost no noise doing 10 celcius at doing nothing and around 25 celcius with a game running really good!
ross_w@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/21/14
Cons: pricematch needed

Pros: good cooling but basic
Comment:
pretty good cooling from a basic low cost kit.
Completely_Useless@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/22/14
Cons: none so far

Pros: Cool and Quiet
Comment:
this is installed on my 4770k, keeping my CPU pretty cool. the fan is rather quiet. not silent but not a bother.
Anthony_P@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/11/14
Cons: Only one fan

Pros: Good price decent cooler
Comment:
Great cooler for price, easy to install.
Shae_P@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 01/29/14
Cons: Higher Temps

Pros: Quiet, Effective
Comment:
Good cooler for price, works well but nothing compared to an h100i or other 240mm rads.
don_w@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 11/29/13
Cons: none so far

Pros: Keeps CPU nice and cool, quiet, easy installation,Cheap
Comment:
My stock cooler was bringing my FX-8150 to 67c at a clock of 4.1GHz (On prime495),With the H60 the clock has been raised to 4.6GHz with 1.4v and with prime95 the temps to not exceed 48c. I got this cooler on sale for 45$ and that was a great deal.
jlwright1966@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/31/13
Cons: should come with moldex adapter for the pump for 12 volt. some system fan headers are delayed turning on and that can cause a slight heat up

Pros: nice and quiet very efficient
Comment:
after reading some stories I went into bios and made sure system fan was at 100 % for the header connection that the pump was to be connected to hooking up was a no brainer and this cooler works really well running fx-8350 u 4.4 ghz and temps are 33 celcius at idle and never went past 46 under load best 60 bucks I ever spent
Sébastien@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 10/09/13
Cons: None

Pros: EfficientSecureEasy to installSilentCheap
Comment:
I have been using the H60 for a month on my home server. It is on 24/7 and it keeps it cool and quiet. It is worth the money. I am thinking of buying one more for my main PC.I highly recommend the H60.
sébastien_g@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 09/15/13
Cons: none

Pros: quietprice
Comment:
nice cooling for 60$ , easy to use , easy to install and very quiet fan
Tyson_H@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 08/05/13
Cons: not as cool as I expected

Pros: Cheapdecent cooling performance
Comment:
Its a nice easy watercooling setup although I expected better temps. With a push/pull fan configuration on it with my I5-2500k oc to 4.5ghz i see temps not going over 55 on full load which isnt bad but it definitely could be better but overall not bad cooling solution.
Nicholas_H@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 07/26/13
Cons: Just so you know – my pump made a quiet gurgling noise for the first five minutes as air bubbles get out of the pump – I was expecting this – but if you are new to these coolers it could be alarming.

Pros: Was using an original H60 with no issues for the past two years (started to make gurgling noises – air bubbles in the line). Running a 2500k at 4.6GHz but recently started having blue screen issues. Processor was unable to last more than 20sec on Prime95 – so I had to downclock. Decided to bite the bullet and replace the cooler with a new H60. Luckily the cooler used the same mounting hardware as the original so I did not have to take my motherboard out to replace the backplate (CPU cutout only allows access to two half).The tubing is much larger, which made it a lot harder to get the pump mounted so the corsair logo is upright. The pump looks great (I do prefer the matt plastic of the original). After running Prime95 for an hour my CPU at 4.2GHz maxed at 58C (I am using Arctic Silver 5 thermal compound). I have the radiator running with two Cougar Vortex HDB fans (black version) which are amazingly quiet (I can no longer hear the CPU fan when my computer turns on).I would recommend this cooler to anyone who wants to replace their existing H60 coller – it is the same size and uses the same mounting hardware. I would also suggest this cooler to anyone interested in getting into water-cooling. Easy to install (about two hours) and works great.
Comment:
Would strongly recommend. Great temps and uses same mounting hardware as original.
Maxime_L@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 06/19/13
Cons: Seems a little more noisy than my stuck fan (Maybe just an impression I got)

Pros: Makes my CPU 30 Celsius cooler than it was !
Comment:
Bought it Yesterday and received it Today.So far so good. My i7 950 went from about 75 Celsius to about 45 Celsius when playing games !Installation is not very hard. It took me about 20 minutes.
frank_r@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/20/13
Cons: single fan... lacking for OC'ing

Pros: Price and durability
Comment:
Replaced fan with 2 spl120's in push/pull. 3570k oc'd to 4.4mhz. Idles at 29 degrees. Never gets over 50 degrees gaming. Not bad! Got a early H50 cooling a oc'd Q6600 for 3 years now without a hiccup, and it never gets turned off. Cant go wrong with these Corsair coolers.
Jean-Francois_D@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/10/13
Cons: Somehow bigger that i thought, had to move a little to the right my 240mm fan on top of my mid case for that the radiator fit

Pros: Fairly easy to install
Comment:
First time buying a heat sink. Got a intel i5 3570k and after OC at 4.2ghz with stock fan, temps was between 85 and 90 degree and now At OC 4.5ghz with the H60 temps is between 60 and 63 degree. Im happy with that :P
Anthony_S@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 03/01/13
Cons: -Doesn't cool too well relative to the infinite other choices

Pros: -Does its job for its price
Comment:
I got mine for $40ish from pricematch. It's a nice $40 cooler but there are much better options if you have more money to spend.
eternal-rest;@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/20/13
Cons: Not very good for overclocking, runs hot

Pros: Quiet unit, decent fans
Comment:
Running this on an i7 920, at stock it runs at 45 degrees idle, 65 load. Overclocking to 3.6 results in 50 degree idle, 90 degree load.
Chau_N@NCIX
Rating:

Review Date: 02/20/13
Cons: none.

Pros: Very good CPU cooler, easy to install.
Comment:
The pre applied thermal paste is alright, I cleaned mine off and applied my own high quality one, and it kept my 3570k running h 4.5GHZ less than 40 deg celcius on idle, and 62 deg celcius on load.
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Product Features

Liquid Cooling 120mm FAN

Corsair Hydro Series CW-9060007-WW H60 High Liquid CPU Cooler
For better cooling performance and faster heat dissipation, get the Corsair Hydro Series CW-9060007-WW H60 High Liquid CPU Cooler. This CPU cooler comes with 1 x 120mm Fan that incorporates custom-engineered impellers, providing great efficiency at lower noise levels. Plus, it has a tool-free magnetic multi-platform mounting bracket kit to makes installation easier. This CPU cooler has a Copper cold plate and a pre-applied thermal compound for a more efficient heat transfer, proving a quicker cooling effect on the CPU. You can easily integrate this CPU cooler to almost any AMD and Intel processor with its multi-socket support. Purchase the Corsair Hydro Series CW-9060007-WW H60 High Liquid CPU Cooler now!

What It Is And Why You Need It:

  • 1 x 120mm Fan; improves airflow
  • Multi-socket Support; supports various kinds of Intel and AMD processors 
  • Tool Free Bracket Kit; offers hassle-free installation 
  • Copper cold plate; delivers better thermal conductivity for more efficient heat transfer

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