Right then, as always the packaging and bundle first, everything is packaged and bundled safely in the box. Once unboxed you'll spot the liquid cooling unit consisting out of the radiator, fan, tubing, pump/cooling block. Most pre-fitted and ready to use of course. Next to that you'll spot a back plate that supports a wide variety of CPU sockets. AMD AM2, AMD AM3, AMD FM1, AMD FM2, Intel LGA 1155, Intel LGA 1156, Intel LGA 1366, Intel LGA 2011 based processors can be used in combination with this cooler as well as LGA 1150 (Haswell).
Corsair Hydro Series H75 Liquid CPU Cooler
Mounting kit for all modern CPU sockets
2x SP120L High Performance Fans
Fan and radiator mounting screws
Thermal compound (pre-applied)
Quick Start Guide
So summed up, once unboxed you'll spot the cooling unit consisting of the radiator assembly, fan and brackets + back plate that support a very wide range of AMD and Intel processors. A little thermal paste is actually already pre-applied on the cooler for you.
You'll receive a backplate and AMD retention clips. Pretty much any modern processor can be cooled with this kit. Installation is fairly easy, we'll show you that in this article as well.
Here we have the H75 unit, we'll need to mount the two variable PWM fans (120mm) ourselves and set them up in a push-pull configurations, pump, tubing and radiator are assembled as one single unit. Installation will be easy, 10 minutes tops.
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