Corsair Hydro Series H50 Water Cooler handles your thermal cooling needs

by Rafael Hernandez on April 29, 2010 · 0 comments

With CPU manufacturers pushing increasing heat loads on to system heatsinks you’re going to have to make choices between a hefty chunk of aluminum and heatpipes or an all-in-one water cooling system.

The Corsair Hydro Series H50 CPU Cooler utilizes the now familiar pump over waterblock design all piped up to a simple radiator for some inspired cooling performance. TweakTown has the review:

Corsair offers a full two year warranty on this system. Being completely sealed, there should be no reason to tamper with it. The pump and fans do require either 12V direct or in the case of the fan, can be motherboard controlled. Just like I said with the ECO, I’m sure the fan that Corsair chose is just fine, but most, if not all buyers will be looking for a way to make it better and a dual fan setup is one of the easiest ways I can think of, or even a swap for a stronger single fan. Either way, I plan to give an accurate baseline for you to make a decision off of.

Dual fan setups are fun and handy in the performance department.

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