- H80i GT
Yes - 120 mm
- 47 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build Power Mac G5 Pro Mod
Keeps my i5-6600K super cool. Idle is 26°, high 60°’s under load.
I'd like to see improvement with the flexibility of the tubing, all while keeping the system secure and just as functional. The tubes block my Corsair LED, and I frequently worry about breaking them.
- 39 points
- 39 months ago
from completed build My wife does not approve of my obsession.
I received this from Corsair after having to send back two H60s for failure. So far it's been great and much more quiet compared to the H60. Running in push/pull.
- 32 points
- 40 months ago
from completed build Thermaltake Level 10 Gaming Station - Completed Build
Great cooling system, quality construction, was everything I expected this cooler to be and more. Keeps my system very cool.
- 30 points
- 47 months ago
from completed build Blake's Beast - 8TB Red/White Air 240 GTX 980 TI SC! - 4.6GHZ
Great liquid cooler but its no dual core radiator. Single core packs a punch for what it offers. I am running a 4790k with a 4.6 overclock and it runs from 25 idle to 70-72 on full load.
- 26 points
- 38 months ago
from completed build Kilimanjaro
My decision was between a custom water loop with a tiny reservoir (due to the confines of my case) or the Corsair H80i GT that I ended up going with. I would have gone for one of Cryorig's wonderful options, but they are not available in Canada. So far I'm happy with my decision (Prime95 took my CPU up to 75 degrees max) but the noise level could be a little better (the pump especially is loud). Hopefully it doesn't bug me too much and who knows, maybe the Canadian dollar will bounce back before my next upgrade cycle and I'll be able to use some of TTPremium's newly announced parts.
- 25 points
- 35 months ago
from completed build Kyle's Oculus Build
Whisper quiet and keeps my i7 at room temperature even under heavy load (though I did tweak the fan curves to keep it from going jet-engine every time my CPU got mildly warm). Easy to install (though my case's fan opening needed to be judiciously enlarged with pliers, because I put this in a MINI-ITX case (IN-WIN 901); recommend a smaller cooler if you want to use on this case.) Very happy with it overall.
- 23 points
- 33 months ago
from completed build Mini ITX-size matters
Great cooler. Was able to overclock to the limits of my cpu and still had cooling room. Running my 6700k 4.7ghz @ 1.33v doesn't go over 60c in a little itx case. If I wanted to push the voltage, I am sure I could get to 5ghz with this cooler. I am convinced that 120mm iao's are plenty capable of cooling most overclocks. I don't see spending the extra money on a 240 unless your running a cpu/gpu loop.
- 20 points
- 44 months ago
from completed build Orocobix
I had my eye on a water cooled PC from the start but knew I should ease into the field with just the CPU closed loop to start. The Corsair H80i GT was recommended from a friend and it works great. At idle I am never over 28C however I have yet to really push the limits (while update accordingly as I progress). My only qualm with this is that I am unable to fit both fans onto the radiator. I instead used one fan on the bottom as an intake and the other on the rear intake for the radiator. Corsair Link helped me regulate these fans however they are very loud. Pro: Cooler keeps me CPU and room super cool! No complaints on the power this pump provides. Con: Stock fans are decently loud. Looking for quieter 4 pin 120mm fans that have a blue led.
- 20 points
- 44 months ago
from completed build mattRlive's skylake build
One of the best Liquid Coolers keeps my i5-6600K under 45c when overclocking