Corsair Hydro H5 SF Price List February, 2020 & Specs in Philippines

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Corsair Hydro H5 SF Specs

Release Date in Philippines
ModelH5 SF
DateNov 2015
Built-in fanYes
Noise level42 dB
Fan speed (min)1000 RPM
Fan speed (max)1800 RPM
Minimum airflow12 cfm
Maximum airflow24 cfm
Supported processor socketsSocket AM2,Socket AM3,Socket FM1,Socket FM2

Reviews of Corsair Hydro H5 SF
Reviewed on 2016-09-01
Compact design ensures greater compatibility with chassis, New fan and radiator is capable of cooling even overclocked processors, A solid price to performance ratio
Far from the quietest solution, Small amount of room to run cables under the radiator, No fan splitter included
Not long ago it seemed like the size of PC chassis was about to spiral out of control. Full towers were all the rage, but would eventually give way to the monstrous ultra tower or super tower. These were chassis so big you could almost use them as a coffe...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-26
Performance AIO Liquid cooling for the smallest form factor Corsair Hydro H5 SFIn this review we analyze the Corsair Hydro H5 SF Liquid cooler, we go small! Now if you think that the product is a strange looking contraption, well okay it is. But for good...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-10
AIO liquid cooling for mini ITX enclosures, No external radiator mounting needed, 1520 minute installation, Price
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It's probably no doubt that Corsair are the front runners when it comes to All-in-One water coolers. A few years have passed since the release of the H100 and many more have followed since, with each time performance, design and features improving.One thi...
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Reviewed on 2016-01-08
This is what Corsair claims at the product page of the Hydro series H5 SF:Quiet, powerful low-profile liquid CPU cooling for high-performance Mini-ITX PCs. The Hydro Series H5 SF is a low profile liquid CPU cooler that provides efficient cooling for small...
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Reviewed on 2016-04-19
Mini-PCs are booming, as evidenced by the huge range of Mini-ITX motherboards on the market. They're even good enough for gaming now, with cards like AMD's Fury Nano delivering desktop performance in a potent little package. Unfortunately their lack of sp...
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