Component maker Corsair continues its venture with cooling solutions and water is still an important ingredient. Corsair Hydro H60 is the latest addion to the cooling family and was developed by CoolIT. The cooler is, just like the other Corsair coolers, a closed system.
Corsair Hydro H60 looks, more or less, like a straight-out copy of CoolIT ECO II. If and in that case what separates thetwo is hardto say, but Corsair has chosen to go with the entry model of the ECO II line with a 120mm radiator that measures 120 x 154 x 27mm. The radiator holds one 120mm fan operating at 1700 RPM with 74.4 CFM airflow. The noise is at most 30.2 dBA.
The cooling plate also house the water pump with a surface of copper and mounting support for all current processor sockets from AMD and Intel. Corsair H60 will be capable of cooling even the most power hungry processors and do it with relatively little noise.
How the cooler measures up to big brother Hydro H70 that is made by Danish Asetek is unclear, but we hope to find out soon.
Corsair Hydro H60 will launch in March and is expected to cost around 70€.
The interior where the water flows