Today's Hard|Forum Post
Today's Hard|Forum Post

Wednesday February 18, 2015

Corsair Hydro H110i GT Recall

The folks at Overclockers UK have word from Corsair of a product recall on the new Corsair Hydro H110i GT all-in-one cooler. The problem only surfaces when the coolers are subjected to temperatures below -10'C but, as a precaution, the company issued the recall anyway.

UPDATE from Kyle: The issue is that it may have been possible for these H110i GT units to get down to these sub-freezing during SHIPPING. If you open your box and there is not any visible leakage you are A-OK with your unit. If you using your PC in -10C (14F) degrees, and I guess if the system was turned off for long periods of time you might get a leak too, but I think the odds of that happening are pretty damn slim. Even when we did the world's first 4.2GHz Pentium 4, I think it was only 20F in Steve's garage.

I have had information from Corsair this morning that they are issuing a product recall on their new Hydro H110i GT CPU Cooler. The reason for the recall is for something that is a fairly unlikely scenario, if the unit goes below -10'C then it will leak. All of our stock has been removed from sale, I would urge any customer who has purchased these products to contact our returns team so that we can assist you.