Yes - 280 mm
- 81 points
- 51 months ago
from completed build Wish came true after 20 years
I waited for a couple months for this and i am glad i did! great product. From what i read they froze in shipment so corsair recalled them.
- 53 points
- 49 months ago
from completed build The WidowMaker 980 Ti
Decent setup the temps are ok but the stock fans are super noisy I recommend changing them immediately.
- 39 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build Skylake build - Jade
Pretty good water cooler, it does make some weird noises when the fan speeds are too low though. Though it doesn't make those noises anymore because I cranked up the overclock some more.
- 37 points
- 41 months ago
from completed build A Graduation Gift To Myself
It rattled at a certain RPM, it was one of the fans, I tightened it up and it was little quieter but I could still hear it through my headset. It definitely cools though, I haven't seen my CPU above 45 degrees C in either Firestrike, iRacing, BFBC:2, or ARMA 3. I haven't run Cinebench though. I have since replaced the fans and solved the issue, but for the price of it plus new fans, there are better options on the market.
- 36 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build 6600k | R9 390
Keeps my heavily OC'd 6600k under 60. Very good looks and the interface is also easy to use and efficient. After more time with the UI I honestly am 50/50 on it. Using it with Q-fan can be a nightmare and only works half the time.
If you're looking for a top of the line closed loop cooler the h110i GT is a great option. I would put it right there with the Kraken x61 and the Swiftech 240x. It's usually cheaper than those two and therefore the best option. Only reason I didn't go with the Swiftech 240x is the fact that you can't do a push/pull config. with 2 fans on each side. The pump get in the way with 1 of the fans.
I do like the h110i GT more than the h110i GTX purely because of the hose placement on the block/pump. A lot of people think the GTX is the better product and I believe they think this because it has 1 more letter in the X. The main difference is the company that makes them for Corsair.
I originally gave this product 4 stars but I am now lowering it to 3 stars because I've had 2 of the mounting screws break off in the thumb screw. I had to contact Corsair to get new mounting hardware. Luckily I can still use it while I wait by putting the 2 remaining thumb screws in opposite corners and the temps have only raised a few degrees under load. I guess it was a bad idea to change paste and tighten it with a screw driver.....
- 35 points
- 40 months ago
from completed build I'll just eat bread, and ramen this month build
I gave the stock fans to my friend Jerry because F@$# Jerry.
- 29 points
- 48 months ago
from completed build Color Cat (First Time Build) (UPDATED)
Looks great and works even better, it's been keeping my CPU below ~32 and the Corsair Link features are cool as well. Highly recommend.
- 24 points
- 35 months ago
from completed build The LowKi (Fall 2016; First Build!)
First time using an AIO, and I expected a bit more, but this cooler allows for really good headroom for the average overclocker.
- 23 points
- 42 months ago
from completed build Aiofe V.2.
Only had it a week or so but all I can say is WOW, its quiet cools brilliantly and the LINK software is pretty good too. As a side note always read the instruction when installing, I did a stupid and put the back plate on upside down!