Corsair H80i GT Review
We've always made our feelings on 120mm rad based AIOs quite clear. In simple terms, we're not huge fans of them. That said, we do appreciate that with the increased prevalence of small form factor cases there's an ever increasing need for small AIOs that will, as they say, cut the mustard. Having seen what the mighty H110i GT can do we're hopeful that the much smaller 120mm rad based H80i GT will also be able to knock the proverbial socks of the competition. Not that we have any predisposition to Corsair, it's just that we always like to see the pot get a good stir every now and again, and with high RPM fans the H80i GT should be able to do just that. Question is, will it fare as comparatively well at lower RPMs as its bigger brother did? Time and the torture tests will tell.
|Intel||1150, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011, 2011-3|
|AMD||FM1, FM2, AM2, AM3|
|Cold Plate Material||Copper|
|Radiator Dimensions||154x123x49mm (LxWxD)|
|Tubing||Large Diameter, Low Permiability|
|Fan Static Pressure||4.65mm H2O|