Last April Sebastian reviewed Corsair's H105 AiO watercooler granting it a Gold Award for its performance and the ease of installation. It has been almost a year and during that year a lot of new AiO watercoolers have arrived on the market so it is worth popping by [H]ard|OCP to see how this cooler stacks up against the new competition. It is still selling for around $110 and remains at the top of the charts for its cooling ability, unfortunately it also remains near the top of the dBA lists as well for those of you wanting a quiet system. The overall performance of the cooler, especially on overclocked processors helps it retain its Gold standing but keep an eye out for the new Corsair H110i GT AiO which you should be hearing about soon!
"For those of you wanting a double fan radiator for your CPU cooling needs, Corsair has its Hydro Series H105 240mm Extreme Performance Liquid CPU Cooler. This new H105 cooler does not sit at the top of the Corsair Hydro Series, and therefore might save you a couple dollars, but we really want to know, how well does it cool you CPU?"
Here are some more Cases & Cooling reviews from around the web:
- Enermax Liqmax II 240 water cooler @ HardwareOverclock
- LEPA LV12 cpu cooler @ HardwareOverclock
- ID-Cooling SE-204K Review @ OCC
- Thermaltake Core V1 Mini-ITX PC Case Review @ NikKTech
- Antec ISK 600M @ techPowerUp
- AeroCool XPredator X3 Devil Red Edition Midi Tower Review @ NikKTech
- Silverstone Sugo SG13 @ Legion Hardware
- Be Quiet Silent Base 800 @ Modders-Inc
- Origin Genesis @ Modders-Inc