Corsair is looking forward by making up a Cool thing, now it’s their new and improved Hydro H70 CPU liquid-cooler which is a new pre-assembled CPU water cooling kit developed by the Corsair after the huge success of Hydro H50. The new Hydro H70 features a more optimized coolant flow design, an improved CPU base made of copper, and a denser radiator it makes use of two 120 mm fans on either sides of the radiator, pushing at 1,600 rpm, and pulling at 2,000 rpm. The radiator is twice as thick as the H50’s, which will supply a larger surface area and allow for much better heat dissipation. The design increases the cooler’s TDP capacity closer to elaborate water cooling loops, potentially mounting the processor’s overclocking headroom. The better airflow over a single fan keeps temperatures suitably low, while the lower speed-setting will allow for quiet operation.
According to Corsair’s tests, the new design should produce temperatures that are around 13°C lower than the H50 on an overclocked Core i7 920 chip running at 3.8GHz with 1.34V of juice. Obviously we’ll have to test it ourselves to verify whether it’s capable of that, but keep in mind the older H50 was impressive with best of air coolers so we hope that H70 will me much more impressive.
The Hydro H70 will be available in the markets sometime next week. You can order now through Scan pre-orders for the cooler priced at £77.20. It shows about a £20 premium over the older version, but if the Corsair’s H70 claims are true, then there’s no match and it will be worth to have.