Home / Component / Cooling / Corsair H60 Review (2013 Edition)

Corsair H60 Review (2013 Edition)

Rating: 8.5.

Today we are going to take a look at the latest iteration of the Corsair H60 liquid CPU cooler.  This is a slightly revised version of the existing H60, tweaked to improve cooling performance.  The upgrades include an improved CPU block, uprated hoses and a new fan based on the latest Air Flow SP120 design.

The H60 was initially released back in 2011 and has been a popular choice for enthusiasts ever since.  It followed on from the H50 which was regarded by many as the first practical liquid CPU cooler to be released.  Since then, the liquid CPU cooler market has become quite competitive, with a number of releases from the likes of Thermaltake and Antec.


Check Also

Deepcool gives its Captain EX AIO coolers a new coat of paint

Deepcool refreshed its Captain EX range of all-in-one coolers back in May, giving them all …

  • Joseph

    Nice looking cooler for the price. ideal for my next system build.

  • Mannucuna

    Thats going to sell well, no doubt about it.

  • Dave

    ive ordered one, thanks for the review.

  • Brian

    these are great coolers, I already have one and it holds my 3770k at 50c under load at default clock speeds. I dont overclock.

  • Joanne

    The H series of coolers is great. The H60 is ideal for those who dont want to overclock or those who only have modest requirements for overclocking without too much voltage added.

  • Zinc

    Just ordered mine for $59 CDN.
    Looks good for $50 less than the H80i.