Introduction to the Corsair Hydro Series H100 Liquid Cooler
Cooling is arguably one of the most important things when it comes to being a solid computer. Without it you are in trouble as components will tend to overheat rendering all your time and hard work worthless. And if you thing it’s not important why do you think companies tend to put cooling on everything vital. Whether it’s active or passive cooling there is some form of it in power supplies, motherboard components and video cards to the obvious processor.
When it comes to processor cooling there is the obvious choice of air cooling. This type of cooling is most common and at the point where advancements within is no so great. The next in the line of cooling is what the product we will be talking about here today. Water-cooling is becoming more and more popular every day. Yes, it has been around for some time but it was not in the beginning it was a mess to deal with and was very time consuming. That has now changed.
Just about every manufacturer has tried their luck at building a water-cooling especially models that supposes to be easy to install and takes hardly any effort to maintain. But the popularity of these kits picked up when Corsair Hydro Series. It started with the H50 and ends with the model we will be taking a look at today and that would be the H100.
Corsair’s take on the H100
Want even more? Featuring a full 240mm radiator and two 120mm fans, the Corsair Hydro Series H100 extreme performance liquid CPU cooler is designed to deliver cooling performance that meets the needs of even the most demanding enthusiast. The Hydro Series H100 will be available in June 2011.