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Corsair hydro H75 water cooling

by on27 October 2013 1628 times

According to Corsair existing water cooling systems are not sufficiently adapted to the average user, but require a certain amount of skill and knowledge when being installed.

With the new H75 water cooling, Corsair wants to prove that it is possible to create a simpler solution from ones currently available. Corsair H75 consists of a low-profile CPU block that is using rubber hoses connected to the radiator. Refrigerator with a thickness of 25 millimeters cools two SP120L PWM 120mm fans which enables better heat dissipation and almost completely silent operation.

Hydro Series H75 supports installation on most AMD (AM2, AM3, FM1, FM2) and Intel (LGA 1156, 1155, 1150, 1366, 2011) sockets. When it hits the market Corsair Hydro Series H75 will be available at a price of $84.99.

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