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Corsair CW-9060036-WW Hydro H60 2018 120mm Radiator, Single 120mm PWM Fan, Liquid CPU Cooler

MPN: CW-9060036-WW | SKU: KG9842
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  • Precise PWM Control: Dynamically adjust fan speed between 600 RPM to 1,700 RPM with a 120mm CORSAIR SP Series PWM fan, making it easy to minimize noise or maximize airflow
  • 120mm High Density Radiator: Experience lower CPU temperatures with a 120mm high-density slim radiator for maximum cooling surface area and performance
  • LED Illuminated Pump Head: White LED-lit pump head adds a touch of brilliance to any system build
  • Efficient Cold Plate and Pump: Thermally optimized cold plate and low-noise pump design for more efficient, quieter cooling
  • Easy to Install: Modular tool-free mounting bracket for quick and easy installation onto all current AM4, LGA 1151 and LGA 2066 socket CPUs
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  • Precise PWM Control: Dynamically adjust fan speed between 600 RPM to 1,700 RPM with a 120mm CORSAIR SP Series PWM fan, making it easy to minimize noise or maximize airflow
  • 120mm High Density Radiator: Experience lower CPU temperatures with a 120mm high-density slim radiator for maximum cooling surface area and performance
  • LED Illuminated Pump Head: White LED-lit pump head adds a touch of brilliance to any system build
  • Efficient Cold Plate and Pump: Thermally optimized cold plate and low-noise pump design for more efficient, quieter cooling
  • Easy to Install: Modular tool-free mounting bracket for quick and easy installation onto all current AM4, LGA 1151 and LGA 2066 socket CPUs
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Description

The Hydro Series H60 is an all-in-one liquid CPU cooler with a 120mm radiator built for low-noise liquid CPU cooling and bold styling with a white LED-lit pump head. Compatible with all current AM4, LGA 1151 and LGA 2066 socket CPUs and equipped with a CORSAIR 120mm SP Series PWM fan, users can adjust the fan speed between 600 RPM to 1,700 RPM for precise control over noise and airflow. A high density 120mm slim radiator provides greater surface area for superb heat dissipation, while a thermally-optimized copper cold plate and low-noise pump ensure heat is quietly and efficiently channeled away from your CPU. With tool-free easy installation and CORSAIR engineered cooling, the H60 is everything you need to keep your CPU running fast, cool and quiet.

  • Dynamically adjust fan speed between 600 RPM to 1,700 RPM with a 120mm CORSAIR SP Series PWM fan.
  • Experience lower CPU temperatures with a 120mm high-density slim-radiator for maximum cooling surface area and performance.
  • White LED-lit pump head adds a touch of brilliance to any system build.
  • Thermally optimized cold plate and low-noise pump design for more efficient, quieter cooling.
  • Modular tool-free mounting bracket for quick and easy installation onto all current AM4, LGA 1151 and LGA 2066 socket CPUs.

PACKAGE INCLUDES:

  • Corsair CW-9060036-WW Hydro Series H60 Liquid CPU Cooler
  • One SP Series PWM 120mm fan
  • Fan and radiator mounting screws
  • Thermal compound (pre-applied)
  • Quick Start Guide


Brand: Corsair

MPN: CW-9060036-WW

UPC: 843591026543

Compatibility: Please read general features for more info

Packaging: Retail

Condition: New

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Product Details

Manufacturer
CORSAIR
Classification
Hydro Series H60
MPN
CW-9060036-WW
Type
Liquid Cooling System
Block Compatibility
Intel LGA 2066 / 2011 / 1366 / 115x

AMD AM4 / AM3 / AM2 / FM2 / FM1
Block Material
Copper
Radiator Dim.
157mm x 120mm x 27mm
Radiator Material
Aluminum
Fan Size
1 Fan Slot (120mm)
Fan Dim.
120 x 120 x 25 mm
Fan RPM
1700 RPM (max)
Fan Air Flow
57.2 CFM
Fan Noise
28.3 dBA
Color
Black
Tube Material
Low Permeation Rubber

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Customer Reviews

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4.0
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20.0% (2)
By
all 3 products
thank you, working well all of them using iRacing now, again thanks for your service.
By
Does not fit ryzen
This does not fit ryzen do not buy. Does not include bracket do not fall for this!!!!!
By Emilio Nieto
Very nice
If anybody says this is not a good cooler they must of got a broken product. This cooler is very nice and i highly recommend it i am running it in a push pull configuration pulling the air from the outside of the case in and it works very well like i said i highly highly recommend this cooler as long as you of course have a good case with good airflow the sentey burton that i have had for years works perfectly for this set up with a total of 7 fans i?€™m running it on an fx-8300 build and i?€™ll let the pictures speak for there selves now if you want to keep your stock fan like i did and run this set up (push pull) always put the weaker fan in the pull position have the stronger fan in the push position
By Adrualdo Porto
Five stars
Lowered my amd a10 7870k stress temp from 80*c to 40*, and got wayyyy quieter!!
By Vanessa Lowe
Wonderful.
Great product from corsair as always, fits nicely in the cooler master elite 130
By Kerttu Salo
makes things a thousand times better. distributes the heat properly and is EXTREMELY quiet ...
Replacing the stock fan and heatsink with this water cooler, makes things a thousand times better. Distributes the heat properly and is extremely quiet even at its highest cooling speed/power.
By Beatrice Lewis
Dead on Arrival
Dead on arrival. Pump didn't light up, felt no movement and cpu quickly got up to 70c while in bios. Cpu fan reported 0 rpm. All connections were made and checked. What a waste of an afternoon.
By Alejandra Morales
It solved my cooling problems but I cannot control it ...
It solved my cooling problems but i cannot control it with the software. It's clearly working but is not recognized by clink so i cannot set any profiles. Maybe my motherboard/bios is just too old.
By Leevi Puro
Easy install, several mounting options included (AMD and Intel), great color customizing. .
I've liquid cooled my rigs for many years and always seem to go with corsair. One reason is the warranty - i've had one (out of several) fail over a combined 12 years of use (4 years, 5 years and 3 years) - running 24/7. Corsair replaced it with a new one, and offered cross shipping (ship before the defective one is returned) with a cc number. I love the led customization and have it set to cpu temp in the corsair link program (the program really needs work, btw) - my cooler is green when all is fine and shifts to red when it gets too hot.This cooler is good for cases with poor air circulation, in hotter environments, etc. If you're overclocking a 6 core cpu you'll need a beefier unit with dual fans and a larger radiator, but for many users a single fan and 120mm radiator are fine. I'm actually looking at using this for my gpu - there are conversion kits available from 3rd parties and corsair sells a bracket that works with many gpu's. I'm picking up a new gpu soon and will use this cooler with that - i'm in the middle of rebuilding a couple of pc's, and right now it's mounted on the pc i use as our home server (video and music.) overkill for that, but it runs at a solid 15c colder than the supplied air cooler inside a cabinet with poor air flow.If i have to find a complaint, it's the fan - it's definitely louder than the previous cpu fan, especially when it ramps up when the gpu's under load. If the case were near me i'd replace the fan, but since it's out of the way the louder fan is not a concern.Install is easy, but you need to be comfortable handling your computer parts. I used paper towels and a popsicle stick for carefully cleaning off the old thermal paste. There's no reason to remove the cpu, and i'd advise against it. I actually bent the pins in my cpu socket a couple of months back. I removed the cpu to neat off excess paste (yea, i was sloppy) and somehow hooked tissue paper on the socket pins. Bent the heck out of them. 45 nerve wracking minutes using a loupe and tweezers. Squinting and tweaking to straighten a couple of dozen pins the width of a hair packed tighter than you'd think possible, i somehow fixed them all. And learned a lesson in caution - and not going overboard on thermal paste. So don't remove that cpu. There's no need for it.Install is easy. Remove the old cooling system, neat off the old paste (the new paste is already applied to the cooling block) and attach using the appropriate bracket. This can be the trickiest part, so make sure you select the right hardware - there's quite a collection included. Like i mentioned earlier, this cooler is also popular with diy'ers for gpu cooling.There's a foot of hose, so you should have plenty to reach anywhere in your case to attach the radiator and fan. The only other connections are for the power - this uses a sata power connector, and the fan controller/power. This plugs in the connector where your previous fan was connected, or if it's a new install, to the cpu fan header. Installation is pretty much identical for all corsair coolers. The main differences is the bigger radiator and additional fan in other units. The higher end coolers also have quieter / more efficient fans and beefier hoses.After booting up your newly cooled system, download the corsair link software and check your temps. Set up your custom colors. The software also monitors various fan speeds and temperatures, depending on your mobo capabilities. If you're upgrading a current system, check your cpu temp first - you can use corsair link or your bios config. Then compare it after install. If there's a problem you'll know it pretty fast because your cpu will throttle or the pc will shut down. What can go wrong? Mainly not tightening the block to the cpu correctly, or somehow accidentally removing some of the thermal paste (yea, i know someone who did *that*.) it's really difficult to mess up installing one of these things, but we all know that *one* person who could burn water, right?A couple of comments on the corsair link software: it controls your fan speeds, cooler (including led color) and monitors all your mobo sensors. I have it running in the background so i can monitor my cpu and gpu temps. I really don't need to, but like seeing what's going on when i render 4k video for example. The software is decent and tries to show you everything in a gui with lots of customization, but to see raw info there are better programs. One hint: set all your fans to max in your bios if you want to control fan speed with link. If you have your computer control fan speed you can't control your fans with the link software.Overall it's a great entry level closed system liquid cooler that never needs maintenance except for the occasional blowing out of accumulated dust from the radiator.

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