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Tuesday, 03 August 2010 10:26

Corsair rolls out new water-cooler

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Here comes the H70

Corsair's CPU water-cooler lineup will get a new addition next week as the new H70 has sneaked its way to e-tail/retail shops. The successor of the H50 features a better plate, better radiator and should provide decent cooling potential during these hot summer days.

Same as the H50, the new H70 is also an all-in-one cooling solution, which means that all you have to do is mount it in your case and on your CPU. When compared to the H50, the new H70 features an improved CPU copper plate, thicker/denser radiator, and features dual fan design with two 120mm fans spinning between 1200 to 2000 RPM.

The new H70 also features optimized coolant flow design and as far as we can see from the first picture, a different pump. The new Hydro H70 is, of course, compatible with all current CPU sockets and is already listed at Scan.co.uk at £65.70 (£77.20 incl. VAT).

You can find more here.
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