Pedro Lambrini: I really don't know whether to go for one of these or a Noctua NH-D15.
Noise is an issue for me. I've heard a lot of people talking about
replacing the H100i fans with Noctua to make it quieter. Should I just go
for a Noctua cooler or is the H100i quiet enough and people are just
spending money on after market parts for minimal gain? Any (considered!)
opinion is appreciated. :)
oflow100: do these coolers come with the coolant already inside of them or do you
have to buy coolant and fill them?
David Kirk: How do you get the cool blue lighting effect inside the case?
Bryan tehking: does it fit on AM3+
Marko Mravak: I heard from a couple of people that these stock fans are a lot louder than
the aftermarket SP series
MrZshuckyyxxxx: im useing a stock cooler atm i have a amd 8320 cpu and it just climes to
77c on desktop then computer powers down can any 1 help me plz
hellcat1988: I have to laugh a bit when reviews show how quiet a system is because I'm
running a stock cooler with 2 (60 or 80mm I don't know) fans bolted
together to improve airflow on an I7 1366 and it's LOUD. Even with this
setup, the fans are always running at over 2k rps and still sitting at idle
temps of high 50's to mid 60's. I'm anticipating a big change when I get
my h60se and install it.
Swapnil Andraskar: what the best way for h80i fan facing plz explain
クワックブライアン: H100i Push or pull is better? I always thought Push was better but I see
they tested pull.
callum llewellyn: What is a good temp for your CPU to run at if it is under load (Playing
Infernal Ned: I will never get used to the way you say temperature Linus.. +NCIXcom
Mathias Bolli: Why do I get the impression that this gyu is gay ?
Why is soo easy: will work on asus formula vi hero and i7 4770k 1150 socket ?
James Joul: I've yet to see any game go above 56*C on my H80i running an Intel Core i5
4670k @ 4.4Ghz. Was a pain to setup with Corsair link but so worth it.
Jonas Rauff: can i use multible (3) Corsair links on a ASUS P9X79 LE, Socket-2011
spyingcard1999: 4.2GHz and 1.5V is this a good overclocking scale? please someone answer
FarFromLogic: I was getting temperatures of around 60+ close to 70 with fans on max,
terrible noise, even when the fans where on quiet, I changed the fans,
update corsair link, updated the firmware, still terrible, I'd recommend
against people buying this, they took down their firmware for a good while
since it was causing issues with windows 8 without any explanations, I had
to find out why from forums and allot of searching, I ended up sending it
back and using my old £30 air cooler which was around 20 degree centigrade
below the H80i under load, seriously, I feel ripped off, spent another £25
to send it back to them, no idea if or when I'll get another sent to me,
SpurnOfHumanity: will an H80i be enough for my FX-8320?
feedmattnow: Can I change out the tubes on the H100i? I would need them to be longer.
Euro236: Does anyone know if i can hook up an LED strip to the H100i and be able to
control it through the Corsair Link software?!
If you scroll down it says that if equipped then you can control the LEDs
in your case, but no specifics on how you can equip it
kevin d: Would this be a good cooler for an I7 4770? This is my first experience
with water coolers, and I do not plan to overclock.
MrDwigz: wait, if the cpu is running hot and the liquid is cool, it's likely a
problem wight the fans? someone explain this please.
KingKehra: I'm looking into upgrading the fan in my system and I'm interested in this
kind of liquid cooling solution. My only concern is about the life span or
if the fluid has to be replaced.
VertuAnuMundu: thx, cool review; Noise demos are very nice idea (very important). But i
head my headphones pretty loud, and couldn't hear that much, even at the
stock cooler which should run pretty loud in that scenario.. are you shure
the volume is right?
callum llewellyn: That PPI is terrible.
lilgampla: so the h80i on a stock 3570k should be around 50c on load maybe hitting 60c
TheJohan02: I just got an h80i for my athlon x4 760k. I'm very new to watercooling and
just wanted to adk a couple of questions. First , is my h80i working
properly? With my cpu at idle and the fans max rpm, the pump also at max
rpm and i get 40-50 celcius but at full load, the tempdc only reached 66
celcius. Shoukd I get an RMA to get i t replaced?
ForzaAzzurri: do you have to disable cpu fan control in the uefi in order to use cosair
ENNONN3: can`t find software^^ help plx
Zach Greenquist: Kinda hard to hear the sound of the fans over the sound of the fans of my
idighole27: i have a h80i on an amd fx-6100 overclocked to 4.6ghz (3.3 stock) and don;t
even reach 60c under load...
Ja a: I love my H80i that I just installed and it gives great abilities to
monitor your fans and heat coming from items, BUT it's crap that they give
you 2 spots on the pump that you can plug a Y splitter cable for 2 more
fans in each spot and the system only comes with ONE Y splitter. To solve
this you have to buy the Hydro Series Cable Kit, for about $9.99, JUST TO
GET THE ONE Y SPLITTER. In the kit you get 2 Y splitters and a USB plug
that goes from the side of the pump to the motherboard. The H80i should
come with 2 Y splitters for the pump.
Patrick Woodfall: What case is that?
Mazen Kudsi: my H100i is way louder than that
alexander Alex: ☻/ This is Bob . Copy and paste him
/▌ all over Youtube
/ \ so he can take over and take down Google+
stealer0517: you may think its ugly but once you buy it, you will love it also, you may
eat more chocolate as a result
Rafy Koby: sp´s make rattling noise and the pump is making a buzzing noise H series is
crap for silent systems
Derp Stick: I think big heat sinks like the NH-D14 look cool, but Noctuas fans are
really ugly imo. Great fans by all accounts but ugly.
Fred Umarson: Hello TNX to showing a lot .i got some problem with my cpu i7 3820 stock
setting with corsair h80 my cpu temp is 100c running prime 95 even i
changed h80 with CM evo 212 and zalman same result with open case i did
everything property i dont know whats wrong if you have some advice it
would be helpful TNX you very much
the13thkillzone: h100i? lol...
brianawesome100: 650d, amazingly beautiful cable
Azrofox: No prob
louie jimenez: good job!
Shanike De silva: 5:38 Retarded Linus moment.
jwcurry83: If you like ugly, lol
200chrisdog: I have a Corsair 500R Case, and my Mobo is a Gigabyte GA-Z77X-UD4H. The
case comes with 4 Fans with the case. The Board has idk how many System Fan
plugs. Do I place this connected to CPU Fan and System Fan Plugs?
Per Soderlund: You missed to tell about the new improved pump! Thay have fixed the issue
with the clicking nois you get from the old H80 and H100 cosed by a little
high 12V powering. And also that it is a more efficent pump.
W0ND3RB0Y1: I don't really know about here yet but atm im not reaching more than 67 c
in fully loaded aplications... Now im usually running photoshop, skyrim,
skype and my browser at the same time.. Not to mention the random stuff you
might have in the background too op top of that when modding or
something... ^^ You could easily pop some more frequency into the
creature.. I mean the 2600K is about 300 Mhz slower than the 3770K and my
3770K is already at what would give me 5.8 Ghz on my 2600K in effect. ^^
Jon Ash: Try something like Core-Temp, a dedicated temp reader for it.
MurryBob: Question Linus: I'm in need of a good PC temp software, know of one?
Currently using CPUID but it is not giving consistent or even remotely
accurate information. The ambient temp of my basement right now, is 51
degrees. I am using an H100 in a C70 case, Cold air coming in the front and
venting out the top. yet CPUID tells me after medium load it varies 9c to
41c that is in a 15min window. Under heavy load, it says a consistent
20-30c. I have no idea how to read this thing.