When I first started getting heavily into computer hardware, cooling your rig with water was only for the rich or foolish. Sometimes both. Today, there are still some who choose to build custom loops themselves since it provides the ultimate in cooling performance, but for those who don’t want the effort and maintenance that goes along with that, all-in-one liquid coolers are the weapon of choice.
Today’s cooler samples come from Corsair. The company has been offering liquid-cooled solutions for quite a number of years, but when talking about the now-traditional “all-in-one” design, the company’s been on top of things since as far back as mid-2009, with its Hydro series. We’ve been lucky enough to take look at many of them, from the budget-oriented H50 all the way up to the über-frosty H100.
This time around we have the new H55 and refreshed H60 coolers, both of which feature some improvements in an effort to keep your hot CPU under control. If you’re unfamiliar with all-in-one liquid coolers, I suggest that you check out some of our earlier articles because this is going to be a full speed ahead, combo review with very little hand-holding.
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