Coolers are an integral part of any PC. Air coolers are on their way out as prices of AIO’s drop significantly which provides room for the budget coolers to make their way into consumers builds.Were going to check out Corsair’s H60 AIO cooler today and run it through a few of our own tests. We are also going to be showing our H60 through the eyes of a thermal camera. This will give you a complete understanding on how heat dissipation works. Enough talk lets get into it!
Contents and Packaging
Corsair does an extremely good job of making their products catch the eye of the passer by while still maintaining a professional color scheme and nomenclature layout. Everything was obviously well packaged. We have grown complacent to the glitz and glamour of many new components coming out and this was the exception. This cooler can support Intel’s 115x, 2011 and 2066 sockets. Also supported is AMD 2, 3 and 4 sockets. The H60’s black and grey color scheme did not attack the senses, but instead made you feel content. Corsair’s packaging held four crucial parts. Included is the main body of this AIO, parts and hardware for installation, one 120 mm PWM fan and instructions with a whopping 5 year warranty booklet. The main tubing connects the radiator to the copper low-noise pump. The pump is a step up from the previous version of this cooler offering white LED support which is powered by the sata power cable. On the latter side of the firm rubber tubing is the aluminum slim designed 120mm radiator. To put the cherry on top of this cake we see a pre-spread thermal paste covered by a protective plastic barrier to defend against Murphy’s Law. Corsair’s H60 can be found HERE for $69.99 USD on Amazon at the time of this review.