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This thread has been created for people who are waiting to see reviews of the H60 as well as people who are waiting to buy the H60 when released. Its release should be any day now as it has a release date of February. Below is just some basic information from the Corsair website about the H60.

Now available for

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Quote:
Overview:
Cooler

The Corsair Hydro Series H60 is a fantastic choice for cooling. With a new micro-channel cold plate and a split-flow designed manifold, the H60 brings remarkable new technologies to an affordable price point. If that weren’t enough, the H60 also features an all-new fan, custom designed to offer enhanced static pressure, which means better cooling.

Quieter

You don’t have to sacrifice performance to build a quiet system. Most high-performance coolers use crude, outdated designs that rely on two techniques: put a huge hunk of metal in your case or crank the fan to obnoxiously loud noise levels. The Hydro Series coolers feature innovative, cutting-edge designs that utilize the superior thermal conductivity of liquid over air to provide fantastic cooling at much lower noise levels. In fact, the H60 is similar in noise levels to a 120mm case fan you probably already have.

Easy to Install

Almost any case with a rear 120mm fan mount location can house the Hydro Series H60 CPU cooler. And don’t worry about compatibility with your CPU, we’ve got you covered. AMD® sockets AM2 and AM3 are covered, and without having to install a custom backplate, making the H60 a great choice for any modern AMD CPU up to the new Phenom six-core processors. And when it comes to Intel®, don’t worry about it. Whether you’ve got Socket LGA775, LGA1155, LGA1156, or LGA1366, we’ve got compatibility inside the box. That’s right, even the brand new Core i5 and Core i7 2x00 series processors are supported, right out of the box.

The Corsair Advantage

With more than 15 years of building enthusiast-grade memory and components, we’ve earned a reputation for quality, compatibility, and performance. Need help? We’re available by phone call, email, or web forum.

Available February 2011

Tech Specs:
Warranty-Two years
Cold Plate Material-Copper
Fan Specification-120mm (x1)
Socket SupportAMD AM2, AMD AM3, Intel LGA 1155, Intel LGA 1156, Intel LGA 1366, Intel LGA 775
Radiator Material-Aluminum
TubingLow-permeability for near-zero evaporation

Specifications:

Radiator Dimensions-120mm x 152mm x 27mm
Fan Dimensions-120mm x 25mm
Fan Speed-Up to 1700 RPM
Fan Airflow-74.4 CFM
Fan dBA-30.2 dBA
Fan Static Pressure-3.2mm/H20

Package Contents

Corsair Cooling H60 CPU Cooler
120mm fan
Multi-platform mounting kit (Intel ® LGA 1366, 1155, 1156, and 775, AMD® AM2/AM3)
Thermal compound (pre-applied)
Quick Start Guide
Member WTB List:
RAFFY
1keith1
Tw34k
Nutty Pumpkin
Edited by RAFFY - 2/28/11 at 5:02am
post #2 of 41
It says available this month, I'm suprised there isn't more info out.

You can put me down for WTB, hopefully this thing doesn't cost too much.
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So it's an H50 with a better fan and (what looks to be) a better pump/block?

Is it using the H70 fan, or an even better one?
 
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Well the Waterblock/Pump is different and the rad looks bigger to me for some reason.

I WTB if the price is right, >$100
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Added tweak amd kieth to the list. I'm suprised we haven't started to see reviews yet. I hope this out performs the h70.
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I hope it doesn't cost more than an H70, I only have two arms.
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Originally Posted by RAFFY View Post
I hope this out performs the h70.
I don't see how it could. The radiator certainly looks rather pathetic. Besides, 60 < 70.
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I don't see how it could. The radiator certainly looks rather pathetic. Besides, 60 < 70.
H70 fan boy!!!! Just kidding
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Heck no!

I've never had any all-in-one kit. But what I said makes sense to me. It looks like an updated H50, not a new flagship cooler.
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Should be about the same price as H50 and should be available in the US towards the end of the month. The fan is entirely new, and specially designed to increase static pressure and airflow at the same RPM as the old H50 fan.

H60 won't outperform H70 out of the box (primarily because H70 has the thicker radiator and the dual fans) but it will perform better than H50 and similar products out of the box.

The fan RPM is the same, but airflow is up about 20% and static pressure is up almost 50%, based on our internal tests.
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