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Corsair Hydro Series H55 Core High-Performance Quiet CPU Cooler

CCL Code: CLR0512
Part Number:

CW-9060010-WW

£64.52 inc VAT

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Your PC will run cooler and quieter when you replace your CPU's standard heatsink with a Hydro Series H55. Installation is straightforward: if you can get to the back of your PC's motherboard, you can install an H55. All you'll need is a screwdriver. The compact components and flexible tubing make Hydro Series H55 easy to install even if you're cramped for space. It allows you to improve your CPU's cooling efficiency even in most compact cases - as long as your case has a 120mm fan mount near the CPU, H55 will probably fit.

Main Features:

  • Self-contained cooling system
  • Tool-free mounting bracket kit
  • Low-noise, low-speed 120mm fan
  • Low permeability rubber tooling
  • Low-profile pump
  • Latest generation micro-fin copper cold plate with pre-applied thermal compound
  • Low-profile black aluminum heat exchanger
  • Compatible with 4th generation Intel© CoreT series processors
CPU Types
Socket AMD AM2, AMD AM3, AMD FM1, Intel LGA 1150, Intel LGA 1155, Intel LGA 1156, Intel LGA 1366, Intel LGA 2011
Fan
Fan Diameter 120 mm
Physical
Form Factor CPU Cooler
Case Colour Black
Heatsink Material Micro-Fin Copper/Aluminum Heat Exchanger
Fan Width 12.0 cm
Fan Height 12.0 cm
Warranty
Warranty 5 Years Warranty
Item Details
Manufacturer Corsair
Part Number CW-9060010-WW
UPC 843591034470
Condition New

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Q: I have a 1155 motherboard and a intel core I5 3570 cpu woul this fit the board no overclocking I just want a silent case.
Answer by Dan on 31st May 2016
Yes, this cooler would be compatible. -Danlevan
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Q: I've had heat sinks in the past with different mounting brackets, how long does this take to put together including installation on a scale of 1-10 with 1 been slow and 10 being super quick
Answer by Website User on 14th January 2016
Difficult to say really as I'm sure it will be different for everyone. They're not difficult to assemble though. -Danlevan
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Q: Would this be suitible for an AMD FX-8350 at it's standard clock speed with no overclocking?
Answer by Dan on 21st December 2015
Yes, it would be fine. -Danlevan
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Q: Hi, would this be suitable for an AMD FX9590, at standard clock ?
Answer by Dan on 1st October 2015
AMD recommend a H100i as a minimum though. A H55 would not be sufficient. -Danlevan
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Q: Would this cooler be suitable to OC an i7 6700 with 2 * Corsair SP120 in push/pull
Answer by Website User on 15th August 2015
This should indeed be suitable, however we've not properly tested the 6700 chips for overclocking as of yet, and so wouldn't want to guarantee this. A safe bet would be the H80i GT. -Jake
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Q: How long are the hoses?
Answer by Dan on 6th July 2015
The tubes are 29.2cm in length. -Danlevan
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Q: Can you replace the fan with a Corsair Air Series AF120 LED Blue Quiet Edition High Airflow 120mm Fan Single?
Answer by Website User on 11th June 2015
Yes, that fan would work fine with this cooler. -Danlevan
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Q: I have found that not many CPU coolers on your website say that they support FM2+, is this the case or will this and other work ?
Answer by Website User on 11th June 2015
That's simply due to the listing not having been updated since the FM2+ socket was released. AMD have used the same mounting bracket for the last couple of sockets, any cooler compatible with FM1, FM2 or FM2+ will be compatible with all of them. -Danlevan
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Q: Will this corsair hydro H55 series fit a AM3+ gigabyte 970A-D3 motherboard with AMD FX 8350 4ghz 8 core CPU
Answer by Website User on 17th April 2015
Yes, this cooler would be fine with those components. You would need to check that your case has a 12cm fan mount to attach it to, however. -Danlevan
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Q: Would this fit/ work with the P8 B70-M LX motherboard and the Intel i5-2500k 3.30GHz 1155 socket?
Answer by Website User on 3rd February 2015
Yes, this would be fine with that combination. -Danlevan
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Q: does it include thermal compound
Answer by Website User on 14th January 2015
Yes, this cooler comes with thermal compound. -Danlevan
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Q: is there water coolant already inside the cooler?
Answer by Matthew on 8th August 2014
Yes, these are sealed units with the coolant already inside. -MR
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Q: will this fit the ASRock Z77 Pro4 Motherboard, The the Intel Core i7-3770 3.4GHz Socket 1155 Quad Core?
Answer by Dan on 7th April 2014
Yes, this would be fine with those components. -Danlevan
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Q: will this work with socket fm2 and as im new to water cooling do i need anything extra such as heatsink and coolant?
Answer by Matthew on 17th January 2014
No, this cooler does not support Socket FM2 so it would be unsuitable. -MR
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Q: also im new to water cooling do i need anything extra than this such as coolant?
Answer by Dan on 15th January 2014
No, this is a closed loop cooler, you would not need to add coolant. -Danlevan
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Q: does this work with socket fm2 ?
Answer by Dan on 15th January 2014
Yes, this will work with socket FM2. -Danlevan
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Q: Will it work with AM3+ socketboards?
Answer by CCL on 27th September 2013
Yes, this will work with AM3+ motherboards. -Danlevan
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Website User on 8th August 2014
Nice little AIO watercooling got this on a kracken G10 for my 7950 and is doing well idling at around 36 degrees from 55+ not put it under stress yet is a nice buy for the price at £50 can not go wrong really unless you get a full W/C system