Corsair H100 Liquid CPU Cooler vs H80 and Antec 920 Review

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Corsair H100 CPU Cooler vs Corsair H80 and Antec Kühler 920 Review

Corsair H100 vs Corsair H80 vs Antec Kuhler 920 Review

A few months back Corsair and Antec both released new high performance liquid coolers and in the process gave enthusiasts a tough decision on which to buy. In our review the CoolIT co-designed H80 from Corsair just outperformed the Antec/Asetek based Kühler 920 and so for those looking for the lowest temperatures that would seem the obvious choice.

Never a company to rest on their laurels Corsair were not happy with just being a degree or two cooler, they wanted more and so a new product hit the market a month or so ago. The H100 is the new high end model in Corsairs Hydro range of liquid coolers and today we put it head to head with the H80 and Antec 920 to see how each compare.

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