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We have already tested many compact liquid-cooling systems available in the mainstream market. According to our most modest estimates, there are over 15 reviews of systems like that available on our site alone. However, there hasn’t been a single system yet that could outperform a quality air-cooler of the same or even lesser price that is why systems like that haven’t become very popular. Corsair Company, which already had a number of systems like that including Corsair H70, H60 and H50 decided to continue the line-up and take another shot at the victory by releasing two new products: Corsair H100 and Corsair H80. Today we are going to take a closer look at the top one, and later we’ll discuss the junior model of the two.

Packaging and Accessories

The box made of thick cardboard is designed in such a way that even a quick look is enough to understand that there is a liquid-cooling system from Corsair inside:

The package is very informative. Its side and back panels contain a lot of information about the cooling system, detailed description of its features, technical specifications and a comparative diagram showing cooling efficiency of different Corsair system models:

There is another box inside the first one. It has special sections allocated to each individual system component and accessories:

Corsair H100 comes with a backplate for Intel platforms, retention kit for AMD platforms, two fan power cables, a set of screws and washers, an installation guide and a small marketing booklet:

The cooler is made in Taiwan. It comes with 5-year warranty and retails for $102.

 
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