CORSAIR Hydro Series H60 AIO Liquid CPU Cooler, 120mm Radiator, 120mm SP Series PWM Fan

July 13, 2019 - Comment
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The Hydro Series H60 is an all-in-one liquid CPU cooler with a 120mm radiator built for low-noise liquid CPU cooling and bold styling with a white LED-lit pump head. Compatible with all current AM4, LGA 1151 and LGA 2066 socket CPUs and equipped with a CORSAIR 120mm SP Series PWM fan, users can adjust the fan speed between 600 RPM to 1,700 RPM for precise control over noise and airflow. A high density 120mm slim radiator provides greater surface area for superb heat dissipation, while a thermally-optimized copper cold plate and low-noise pump ensure heat is quietly and efficiently channeled away from your CPU. With tool-free easy installation and CORSAIR engineered cooling, the H60 is everything you need to keep your CPU running fast, cool and quiet.

Product Features

  • Precise PWM Control: Dynamically adjust fan speed between 600 RPM to 1,700 RPM with a 120mm CORSAIR SP Series PWM fan, making it easy to minimize noise or maximize airflow
  • 120mm High Density Radiator: Experience lower CPU temperatures with a 120mm high-density slim radiator
    for maximum cooling surface area and performance
  • LED Illuminated Pump Head: White LED-lit pump head adds a touch of brilliance to any system build. Fan Airflow- 57.2 CFM. Noise Level- 28.3 dBA
  • Efficient Cold Plate and Pump: Thermally optimized cold plate and low-noise pump design for more efficient, quieter cooling
  • Easy to Install: Modular tool-free mounting bracket for quick and easy installation onto all current AM4, LGA 1151 and LGA 2066 socket CPUs
  • NOTE: Refer user manual before use


Anonymous says:

does a good job in my daughter’s rig Quiet, does a good job in my daughter’s rig. Cooling an older i5-4670. Idles at 27c, load hasn’t gone above 46c. Buld is in a Cooler Master Elite 130 SFFcase, along with 8GB HyperX Fury 1600MHz, Gigabyte GTX 970, corsair RM650x PSU, Asrock H81 mobo. I call it the Black Mamba

Anonymous says:

Better than standard cooling. Before installing this water-cooling unit, my AMD Ryzen 2600X (oc 4ghz) had an individual core temperature of 96C+ when under a full load. Now I’m running 73C max. Idle drops into the 30C range.You’ll definitely want to enter your BIOS and modify how fast the air intake fan runs based on your CPU temps. Test how hot your CPU gets (not your CPU core temperatures), and set your fan to run at 100% power when your CPU reaches that temperature.For example, my processor roughly tops…

Anonymous says:

Excellent with one major design flaw I’ve used several different variants of these Corsair coolers and they all perform beautifully. I routinely get 6th and 7th gen intel i7 and i5 processor to a minimum of 4.8Ghz 100% stress tested and stable. Typical peak temps after 24 hours at 100% load are in the upper 60c range.Now, the flaw, and it’s not insignificant…. check your motherboard for capacitors that are inside that box created by the heat sink support holes. If you have any capacitors inside that area, and a LOT…

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