Corsair H60 Liquid CPU Cooler Review

7. Thermal Performance at 4.4GHz9. Conclusion


Corsair H60 High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler Review

Corsair H60 Liquid CPU Cooler – Maximum Overclock



In our final test we take the Core i7 CPU to its limit in terms of overclocking to see how the coolers handle an extreme scenario. In this case that means increasing the CPU voltage to 1.51v and multiplier to 52x for a 5.2GHz processor speed.


Results

For this test we see for the first time a clear advantage between the Tuniq Tower and the H60 with the Corsair model giving us a temperature which is 3°C lower than the air based model. It also compares favourably with the H50 and exceeds the CoolIT ECO as well. It is also worth keeping in mind that the H60 is the quietest cooler of all those tested above.

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