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Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler

Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler

Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
Corsair A500 High Performance Dual Fan CPU Cooler
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Features

  • Quad direct-contact copper heat pipe design: cools your CPU up to 250W TDP, unlocking higher performance by dropping CPU temperatures.
  • Intuitive Slide-and-lock fan mount system: Variable Mounting height for wide DRAM compatibility and easy installation.
  • Two Corsair ML120 fans: magnetic Levitation Bearing fans with PWM control allow you to adjust between 400 RPM for ultra-quiet operation or 2, 400 RPM for extreme cooling performance.
  • Corsair holdfast retention system: Easy to install and ensures consistent thermal performance with a secure and reliable fit on almost all modern AMD & Intel CPUs.
  • Pre-applied thermal material: Corsair XTM50 high Performance thermal paste applied in an optimized PATTERN for even spreading.

Description

Bring your CPU temperatures down with the Corsair A500 high Performance Dual fan CPU cooler, taking advantage of four direct-contact copper heat pipes to cool CPUs up to 250W TDP. Two Corsair Ml120 PWM magnetic levitation bearing fans run between 400 RPM for ultra-quiet operation or 2, 400 RPM for extreme cooling performance. An intuitive Slide-and-lock fan mounting system accommodates most RAM designs, while the easy-to-install Corsair holdfast retention system ensures a secure and reliable fit on almost all modern AMD & Intel CPUs. With pre-applied Corsair XTM50 high Performance thermal paste and a five-year for peace of mind, The A500 will help unlock your CPU's potential. Tech Support # 1-888-222-4346 opt #1


Brand Corsair


Item model number CT-9010003-WW


Item Weight 4.14 pounds


Product Dimensions 6.81 x 5.65 x 6.64 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 6.81 x 5.65 x 6.64 inches


Color Standard


Manufacturer Corsair


ASIN B0829SLJSF


Date First Available January 3, 2020


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 3,875 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #176 in Computer CPU Cooling Fans


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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

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Features

  • Quad direct-contact copper heat pipe design: cools your CPU up to 250W TDP, unlocking higher performance by dropping CPU temperatures.
  • Intuitive Slide-and-lock fan mount system: Variable Mounting height for wide DRAM compatibility and easy installation.
  • Two Corsair ML120 fans: magnetic Levitation Bearing fans with PWM control allow you to adjust between 400 RPM for ultra-quiet operation or 2, 400 RPM for extreme cooling performance.
  • Corsair holdfast retention system: Easy to install and ensures consistent thermal performance with a secure and reliable fit on almost all modern AMD & Intel CPUs.
  • Pre-applied thermal material: Corsair XTM50 high Performance thermal paste applied in an optimized PATTERN for even spreading.

Description

Bring your CPU temperatures down with the Corsair A500 high Performance Dual fan CPU cooler, taking advantage of four direct-contact copper heat pipes to cool CPUs up to 250W TDP. Two Corsair Ml120 PWM magnetic levitation bearing fans run between 400 RPM for ultra-quiet operation or 2, 400 RPM for extreme cooling performance. An intuitive Slide-and-lock fan mounting system accommodates most RAM designs, while the easy-to-install Corsair holdfast retention system ensures a secure and reliable fit on almost all modern AMD & Intel CPUs. With pre-applied Corsair XTM50 high Performance thermal paste and a five-year for peace of mind, The A500 will help unlock your CPU's potential. Tech Support # 1-888-222-4346 opt #1


Brand Corsair


Item model number CT-9010003-WW


Item Weight 4.14 pounds


Product Dimensions 6.81 x 5.65 x 6.64 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 6.81 x 5.65 x 6.64 inches


Color Standard


Manufacturer Corsair


ASIN B0829SLJSF


Date First Available January 3, 2020


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 3,875 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #176 in Computer CPU Cooling Fans


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Quad direct-contact copper heat pipe design: cools your CPU up to 250W TDP, unlocking higher performance by dropping CPU temperatures.
  • Intuitive Slide-and-lock fan mount system: Variable Mounting height for wide DRAM compatibility and easy installation.
  • Two Corsair ML120 fans: magnetic Levitation Bearing fans with PWM control allow you to adjust between 400 RPM for ultra-quiet operation or 2, 400 RPM for extreme cooling performance.
  • Corsair holdfast retention system: Easy to install and ensures consistent thermal performance with a secure and reliable fit on almost all modern AMD & Intel CPUs.
  • Pre-applied thermal material: Corsair XTM50 high Performance thermal paste applied in an optimized PATTERN for even spreading.

Description

Bring your CPU temperatures down with the Corsair A500 high Performance Dual fan CPU cooler, taking advantage of four direct-contact copper heat pipes to cool CPUs up to 250W TDP. Two Corsair Ml120 PWM magnetic levitation bearing fans run between 400 RPM for ultra-quiet operation or 2, 400 RPM for extreme cooling performance. An intuitive Slide-and-lock fan mounting system accommodates most RAM designs, while the easy-to-install Corsair holdfast retention system ensures a secure and reliable fit on almost all modern AMD & Intel CPUs. With pre-applied Corsair XTM50 high Performance thermal paste and a five-year for peace of mind, The A500 will help unlock your CPU's potential. Tech Support # 1-888-222-4346 opt #1


Brand Corsair


Item model number CT-9010003-WW


Item Weight 4.14 pounds


Product Dimensions 6.81 x 5.65 x 6.64 inches


Item Dimensions LxWxH 6.81 x 5.65 x 6.64 inches


Color Standard


Manufacturer Corsair


ASIN B0829SLJSF


Date First Available January 3, 2020


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 3,875 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #176 in Computer CPU Cooling Fans


abunda_amazon_reviews So you're like me. You're in the market for a 280mm radiator, maybe to top mount, maybe to front mount, and you think to yourself "Corsair makes some of the best AIO's I'll buy their latest release!" You come onto the store page and are a little confused, the reviews seemed mixed, something about screws? You read the reviews and chuckle to yourself, these guys must have no idea what they're doing. Screws? I can handle a couple of screws. I've built PC's before, I've even worked in IT. I've taken apart more and worked on more PC's and laptops than I can even count. I'm not going to let a little thing like screws dissuade me. Oh boy are you in for a surprise. I'm a grown man and I've been building PC's for over 10 years. I have never had such a hard time installing something that should be so easy. I'm pretty sure I've got blisters forming on what used to be my hands from trying to get this thing screwed in. The holes are drilled but there are no threads. You cut the threads by screwing the screws in. I highly recommend one of those rubber soda bottle opener type things to improve your grip because without it you are going to slip, strip, and curse your way through a two hour install. I'm talking I had to stand up and lean on that screwdriver to get these things in. As much of my body weight as I could apply and as much of my strength as I could muster. Every quarter turn a victory, every screw a celebration. There is basically a 0% chance of installing the thing in the case without preparation. Instead screw the fans and rad screws in first. At the very least get them started. Take them back out and then worry about screwing them back in a second time while trying to hold the radiator in place with one hand. I did it alone, but a second pair of hands would also make the installation a little bit easier. Anyways, that's all. Godspeed and best of luck to you fellow PC enthusiast. You're going to need it.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2020;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;You are not prepared.;;Dan;;;Two days after filiing the support ticket, I just down graded my rating to one star because I got another lame suggestion from Corsair. I am not sure why it takes them two days to tell me to update the firmware which was the first thing I checked and updated when it didn’t work properly. This is one of the most expensive coolers in its class. I received it and it took me half a day to replace an existing cooler. After everything is done, the LEDs on the pump don't light up. I called Corsair customer service and the lame response is to reinstall their software. Beyond that, there is no help a day after the support ticket is filed. At this point, I am not sure I want to keep it or even get a replacement. It is going to take me another half day to replace it with no guarantee of receiving any help from the manufacturer.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 4, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Expensive defective product with poor service;;vpr;;;You have to specifically search for this model number in order to find it on Amazon. This is the latest iteration of their cooler providing an update to the RGB LEDs on the pump/cooling block that goes on the processor. You can individually change the color of the LEDs on the block and have other swirling patterns. You also have full control of the AIO through iCUE when it comes to fan speed and pump monitoring. Amazon might be trying to push old inventory which is why this doesn't show up if you go to the Corsair manufacturer amazon link. This cooler is awesome. I have a Ryzen R9 3900X and with all cores boosted it does not exceed 55C at full load. The configuration the manufacturer recommends is to have them pull air into the case through the radiator. Make sure that depending on if your goal is to have a positive or negative pressured case that you exhaust appropriately. I have mine mounted at the top of the case and as positively pressured since i have a husky and hair and dirt can be a problem getting into the case if i didn't have it configured this way. Lessons Learned: My LEDs were not initially working when I installed the cooler. The internal USB connection is for pump and LED control only and does not power the LEDs. The pump and fans are powered off of a single SATA power connector. For ease of installation and cable management I utilized one of the open molex connections that was available from a drive power run and used a molex to Sata power adapter. The Fans and Pump are most likely powered off of the 12V rail. With this configuration you only have 5V and 12V available and not 3.3V. I ran a direct SATA connection from my power supply and the LEDs are fully functioning now as it proved they run off the 3.3V rail. So make sure to use an actual SATA power connection and no molex to SATA power adapters to power this AIO.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 13, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;This is the new 2020 Version of this AIO!;;Gregory D.;;;I had an older H100 when I was running an AMD FX-8320 (AM3+ socket) and loved it, but when I upgraded to a Ryzen 7 2700 (AM4 socket) I decided to upgrade my cooler too, the tubs leading from the pupmp to the radiator are nice and flexible, long too. But the tools for installing on an AM4 socket is a pain. Instead of taking off the stock clips on the using screws for hold the pump down on top of the CPU using the back plate on the motherboard, it uses the stock, plastic clips, that come with the motherboard and uses a very cheap hook and screw system that makes installing it not feel secure at all and makes me feel like I'm going to break the clips or crack the motherboard from the tension. I hope Corsair comes out with new brackets for this one so that I can screw it onto the back plate like you normally would. My first attempt ended in failure because the hooks came off the CPU as I was tightening it, screwing up the preapplied thermal paste. Other than that, it's pretty, the iCUE software is easy to use and it keeps my CPU at a very nice temperature, just know that if you're an AM4 user, you're gonna have a bit of a hard time with installation.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great product, installation sucks for AM4;;TheRetroReplay

Shipping

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Dan - Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2020
You are not prepared.
So you're like me. You're in the market for a 280mm radiator, maybe to top mount, maybe to front mount, and you think to yourself "Corsair makes some of the best AIO's I'll buy their latest release!" You come onto the store page and are a little confused, the reviews seemed mixed, something about screws? You read the reviews and chuckle to yourself, these guys must have no idea what they're doing. Screws? I can handle a couple of screws. I've built PC's before, I've even worked in IT. I've taken apart more and worked on more PC's and laptops than I can even count. I'm not going to let a little thing like screws dissuade me. Oh boy are you in for a surprise. I'm a grown man and I've been building PC's for over 10 years. I have never had such a hard time installing something that should be so easy. I'm pretty sure I've got blisters forming on what used to be my hands from trying to get this thing screwed in. The holes are drilled but there are no threads. You cut the threads by screwing the screws in. I highly recommend one of those rubber soda bottle opener type things to improve your grip because without it you are going to slip, strip, and curse your way through a two hour install. I'm talking I had to stand up and lean on that screwdriver to get these things in. As much of my body weight as I could apply and as much of my strength as I could muster. Every quarter turn a victory, every screw a celebration. There is basically a 0% chance of installing the thing in the case without preparation. Instead screw the fans and rad screws in first. At the very least get them started. Take them back out and then worry about screwing them back in a second time while trying to hold the radiator in place with one hand. I did it alone, but a second pair of hands would also make the installation a little bit easier. Anyways, that's all. Godspeed and best of luck to you fellow PC enthusiast. You're going to need it.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By vpr - Reviewed in the United States on December 4, 2018
Expensive defective product with poor service
Two days after filiing the support ticket, I just down graded my rating to one star because I got another lame suggestion from Corsair. I am not sure why it takes them two days to tell me to update the firmware which was the first thing I checked and updated when it didn’t work properly. This is one of the most expensive coolers in its class. I received it and it took me half a day to replace an existing cooler. After everything is done, the LEDs on the pump don't light up. I called Corsair customer service and the lame response is to reinstall their software. Beyond that, there is no help a day after the support ticket is filed. At this point, I am not sure I want to keep it or even get a replacement. It is going to take me another half day to replace it with no guarantee of receiving any help from the manufacturer.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Gregory D. - Reviewed in the United States on January 13, 2020
This is the new 2020 Version of this AIO!
You have to specifically search for this model number in order to find it on Amazon. This is the latest iteration of their cooler providing an update to the RGB LEDs on the pump/cooling block that goes on the processor. You can individually change the color of the LEDs on the block and have other swirling patterns. You also have full control of the AIO through iCUE when it comes to fan speed and pump monitoring. Amazon might be trying to push old inventory which is why this doesn't show up if you go to the Corsair manufacturer amazon link. This cooler is awesome. I have a Ryzen R9 3900X and with all cores boosted it does not exceed 55C at full load. The configuration the manufacturer recommends is to have them pull air into the case through the radiator. Make sure that depending on if your goal is to have a positive or negative pressured case that you exhaust appropriately. I have mine mounted at the top of the case and as positively pressured since i have a husky and hair and dirt can be a problem getting into the case if i didn't have it configured this way. Lessons Learned: My LEDs were not initially working when I installed the cooler. The internal USB connection is for pump and LED control only and does not power the LEDs. The pump and fans are powered off of a single SATA power connector. For ease of installation and cable management I utilized one of the open molex connections that was available from a drive power run and used a molex to Sata power adapter. The Fans and Pump are most likely powered off of the 12V rail. With this configuration you only have 5V and 12V available and not 3.3V. I ran a direct SATA connection from my power supply and the LEDs are fully functioning now as it proved they run off the 3.3V rail. So make sure to use an actual SATA power connection and no molex to SATA power adapters to power this AIO.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By TheRetroReplay - Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2019
Great product, installation sucks for AM4
I had an older H100 when I was running an AMD FX-8320 (AM3+ socket) and loved it, but when I upgraded to a Ryzen 7 2700 (AM4 socket) I decided to upgrade my cooler too, the tubs leading from the pupmp to the radiator are nice and flexible, long too. But the tools for installing on an AM4 socket is a pain. Instead of taking off the stock clips on the using screws for hold the pump down on top of the CPU using the back plate on the motherboard, it uses the stock, plastic clips, that come with the motherboard and uses a very cheap hook and screw system that makes installing it not feel secure at all and makes me feel like I'm going to break the clips or crack the motherboard from the tension. I hope Corsair comes out with new brackets for this one so that I can screw it onto the back plate like you normally would. My first attempt ended in failure because the hooks came off the CPU as I was tightening it, screwing up the preapplied thermal paste. Other than that, it's pretty, the iCUE software is easy to use and it keeps my CPU at a very nice temperature, just know that if you're an AM4 user, you're gonna have a bit of a hard time with installation.

Recent Reviews


3.0 out of 5 stars
By Dan - Reviewed in the United States on February 16, 2020
You are not prepared.
So you're like me. You're in the market for a 280mm radiator, maybe to top mount, maybe to front mount, and you think to yourself "Corsair makes some of the best AIO's I'll buy their latest release!" You come onto the store page and are a little confused, the reviews seemed mixed, something about screws? You read the reviews and chuckle to yourself, these guys must have no idea what they're doing. Screws? I can handle a couple of screws. I've built PC's before, I've even worked in IT. I've taken apart more and worked on more PC's and laptops than I can even count. I'm not going to let a little thing like screws dissuade me. Oh boy are you in for a surprise. I'm a grown man and I've been building PC's for over 10 years. I have never had such a hard time installing something that should be so easy. I'm pretty sure I've got blisters forming on what used to be my hands from trying to get this thing screwed in. The holes are drilled but there are no threads. You cut the threads by screwing the screws in. I highly recommend one of those rubber soda bottle opener type things to improve your grip because without it you are going to slip, strip, and curse your way through a two hour install. I'm talking I had to stand up and lean on that screwdriver to get these things in. As much of my body weight as I could apply and as much of my strength as I could muster. Every quarter turn a victory, every screw a celebration. There is basically a 0% chance of installing the thing in the case without preparation. Instead screw the fans and rad screws in first. At the very least get them started. Take them back out and then worry about screwing them back in a second time while trying to hold the radiator in place with one hand. I did it alone, but a second pair of hands would also make the installation a little bit easier. Anyways, that's all. Godspeed and best of luck to you fellow PC enthusiast. You're going to need it.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By vpr - Reviewed in the United States on December 4, 2018
Expensive defective product with poor service
Two days after filiing the support ticket, I just down graded my rating to one star because I got another lame suggestion from Corsair. I am not sure why it takes them two days to tell me to update the firmware which was the first thing I checked and updated when it didn’t work properly. This is one of the most expensive coolers in its class. I received it and it took me half a day to replace an existing cooler. After everything is done, the LEDs on the pump don't light up. I called Corsair customer service and the lame response is to reinstall their software. Beyond that, there is no help a day after the support ticket is filed. At this point, I am not sure I want to keep it or even get a replacement. It is going to take me another half day to replace it with no guarantee of receiving any help from the manufacturer.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Gregory D. - Reviewed in the United States on January 13, 2020
This is the new 2020 Version of this AIO!
You have to specifically search for this model number in order to find it on Amazon. This is the latest iteration of their cooler providing an update to the RGB LEDs on the pump/cooling block that goes on the processor. You can individually change the color of the LEDs on the block and have other swirling patterns. You also have full control of the AIO through iCUE when it comes to fan speed and pump monitoring. Amazon might be trying to push old inventory which is why this doesn't show up if you go to the Corsair manufacturer amazon link. This cooler is awesome. I have a Ryzen R9 3900X and with all cores boosted it does not exceed 55C at full load. The configuration the manufacturer recommends is to have them pull air into the case through the radiator. Make sure that depending on if your goal is to have a positive or negative pressured case that you exhaust appropriately. I have mine mounted at the top of the case and as positively pressured since i have a husky and hair and dirt can be a problem getting into the case if i didn't have it configured this way. Lessons Learned: My LEDs were not initially working when I installed the cooler. The internal USB connection is for pump and LED control only and does not power the LEDs. The pump and fans are powered off of a single SATA power connector. For ease of installation and cable management I utilized one of the open molex connections that was available from a drive power run and used a molex to Sata power adapter. The Fans and Pump are most likely powered off of the 12V rail. With this configuration you only have 5V and 12V available and not 3.3V. I ran a direct SATA connection from my power supply and the LEDs are fully functioning now as it proved they run off the 3.3V rail. So make sure to use an actual SATA power connection and no molex to SATA power adapters to power this AIO.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By TheRetroReplay - Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2019
Great product, installation sucks for AM4
I had an older H100 when I was running an AMD FX-8320 (AM3+ socket) and loved it, but when I upgraded to a Ryzen 7 2700 (AM4 socket) I decided to upgrade my cooler too, the tubs leading from the pupmp to the radiator are nice and flexible, long too. But the tools for installing on an AM4 socket is a pain. Instead of taking off the stock clips on the using screws for hold the pump down on top of the CPU using the back plate on the motherboard, it uses the stock, plastic clips, that come with the motherboard and uses a very cheap hook and screw system that makes installing it not feel secure at all and makes me feel like I'm going to break the clips or crack the motherboard from the tension. I hope Corsair comes out with new brackets for this one so that I can screw it onto the back plate like you normally would. My first attempt ended in failure because the hooks came off the CPU as I was tightening it, screwing up the preapplied thermal paste. Other than that, it's pretty, the iCUE software is easy to use and it keeps my CPU at a very nice temperature, just know that if you're an AM4 user, you're gonna have a bit of a hard time with installation.