Review: Corsair Hydro H110i GT Liquid Cooling

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  1. Perjantai

    Perjantai Member Guru

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    I am using Corsair H80i and the link software simply doesn't work.(OS win 8.1) I couldn`t monitor or adjust anything.. I had Antec 920 LC kit before and was surprised how bad Corsair software was even tho they hype the link all the time. Antec software is very basic but it WORKS!(adjust led colors, monitor water temp etc)
     
  2. Netherwind

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    I got a Carbide Air 540 so it should fit I guess.
     
  3. antonyfrn

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    Well I have had one of these I think for about two weeks now an improvement in some ways coming from a H100i the Y-Splitters are now integrated into the CPU block unlock the H100i what is a good thing as I found that the old style ports on the H100i where liable to come out. Temperatures are nice currently watching video in MPC-HC with madVr using Jinc 3 tap seeing temperatures of around 10c using NNEDI3 I see quite a bit of a jump in temperature. Gaming generally silent after a while you start to notice the fans will point that they few people have reported that the fans are causing the rad and case to vibrate cans could have done with the rubbers. In addition, you can change the pump from silent to performance where it runs at around 3000rpm, and Clink works without problem for me currently.
     
  4. -Tj-

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    From Hexus,
    http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/cooling/80538-corsair-hydro-series-h110i-gt/?page=5

    I guess there is still some pump noise issue.. Idk how fast it spins though, by H90 or H110 its max 1500rpm and I don't hear it.



    EDIT: looks like it scales the same on 6core, ~ 5-6C on avg vs H110. Not bad!

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  5. GeniusPr0

    GeniusPr0 Maha Guru

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    WOW, what a cooler!

    I might buy this.
     
  6. oOEvil1Oo

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    I would like to see the temp comparisons done on a x79 or x99 chip. It seems since Intel changed to the new thermal design of the 37xx and newer chips, it is rough to tell the difference between coolers. My 3770k runs just as hot now as it has with multiple coolers.
     
  7. zimzoid

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    I may sell my H110 which has worked great and get this, i like the software fan control, had a h100i and the software worked fine for me, only issue for me is the extra wires that annoyed me with H100i.
     
  8. oOEvil1Oo

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    I think that image was from the OC3d review I seen earlier. I was working listening and watching that and I know he had that set up in a pull config. If he tested like that I wonder how it would perform in a push setup. He set it up that way because he wanted to see the logo on the cooler (LOL). Anyways I already ordered mine, upgrading to a 5820k so hopefully it cools enough to get a nice fat OC on it.


     
  9. Dazz

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    I hated my 110, it provided about the same cooling performance as my Thermal right Sliver arrow but was twice as loud, my silver arrow fans ran at 500rpms the 110 was 800rpms min setting and it was far to loud gave it away after a couple of weeks couldn't take it anymore even the pump was damn loud at min settings.
     
  10. zimzoid

    zimzoid Maha Guru

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    Perhaps you should have had it replaced corsair have great support, my H110 pump hardly makes a sound and the fans are fine
     

  11. Netherwind

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    Anyone bought it yet? :)
     
  12. antonyfrn

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    Had one for a few weeks now.
     
  13. Netherwind

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    How is it? I'd like to buy it and replace my Thermalright Silver Arrow.
     
  14. Trolle

    Trolle Maha Guru

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    im staying away from the corsair coolers
    i had a h80i wich sucked ass.
    cant complain about my swiftech h220x
    dont get me wrong,i love corsair but i hate their coolers
     
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    Only problem with the Swiftech h220-x is if you can find one you could end up spending up to $190 in the U.S.A
     

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    ^
    Or EU for that matter, not a single seller in whole EU..
    http://compare.eu/?fs=Swiftech+h220-x&in=

    Just curious where did you get it, I see you're from EU too.
     
  17. bucknuts21

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    bit-tech has a review showing the SilverArrow SB-E Extreme at the same temp with it at max and 110i GT in quiet mode, and SilverArrow in PMW mode at 4 degrees higher.
     
  18. antonyfrn

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    Well I upgraded from my H100i its a better build quality the old fan Y splitters are built in to the cpu block and come out with the mobo connect major improvement. Pump is very quiet my only problem was when I first selected performance mode 3000RPM it was making some noise but its now gone. Fans are quiet but can cause the radiator to vibrate some talk about this on corsairs forums.

    Overall good temps I'm seeing after a long gaming session fans can be a bit loud. the new fancy grey plastic log on the rad looks like it can be changed I have seen different colours what match the fans but they wasn't included in the kit.

    Generally good cooler not much of a upgrade from a H100i in push and pull if you have the vibration issue once you can get rid of it great bit of kit also first time CLink has worked with out changing anything.
     
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    What are you running your 8350 at? Just ordered the H110i GT and two Noctua NF-A14 iPPC-3000 PWM fans from Newegg.2k/3k PMW the same price.
     
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