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Corsair Hydro Series H75 Liquid AIO CPU Cooler Review - Packaging

Corsair Hydro Series H75 Liquid AIO CPU Cooler Review

Corsair delivers yet another revision to the Hydro series. Take a look at what the H75 AIO has to offer and if it's worth buying or not.

| CPU Liquid Coolers in Cases, Cooling & PSU | Posted: Jan 3, 2014 3:00 am
TweakTown Rating: 78%      Manufacturer: Corsair

Packaging

 

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On the top of the box, there is a large image of the H75 with the naming at the top, and bottom. Across the red bar, it states that this is a high performance, dual fan cooler for your CPU.

 

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This side of the packaging offers a list of what is included inside of the box. It shows that there is the H75 cooler, two AF120L PWM fans, tool-free mounting hardware, and a quick start guide. This is then repeated in various languages. At the bottom is the insignia displaying the five-year warranty.

 

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This longer panel starts off discussing the fans and the 27mm thick aluminum radiator, which is again repeated in many languages. To the right are some in-house charts of the H75 versus the stock Intel cooler, while the bottom covers all of the compatible sockets that this kit will mount to.

 

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There are also full dimensions given on the packaging to offer up all the sizing information needed to see if the H75 will fit in your chassis. It also covers the fan speed, airflow, noise, pressure, and power draw, making this more of a specifications chart than a dimensions chart.

 

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The last panel to offer any information is shown here. This is where Corsair listed six features. The fans are mentioned, along with the mounting, cold plate, radiator dimensions, tubing, and the ceramic bearing in the pump.

 

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Popping open the top of the box first shows you the guide, and a layer of foam. Under that is a recycled cardboard insert that is compartmentalized to keep everything separated, and protected for transit. On this aspect, Corsair does a great job, and the H75 arrived in perfect condition.

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