Corsair brings more white to its product line with new fans, pumps and water blocks

Corsair brings more white to its product line with new fans, pumps and waterblocks

Corsair brings more white to its product line with new fans, pumps and water blocks

Corsair has expanded its product lineup with several new white components, giving its customers additional options for their cooling and liquid cooling needs. 

For starters, Corsair has release white versions of their iCUE QL RGB fans, which offer users 34 addressable RGB LEDs, which are split into four distinct groups to deliver a wide range of lighting options. These fans are now available with 120mm and 140mm size options, offering users PWM control and quiet operation. 

Next up, Corsair has released a white version of its Hydro X series XC7 RGB CPU water block, granting users a different option to Corsair’s existing black and solver coloured units. The benefits of this part’s white design is that it can reflect the colours of your RGB lighting setup, making your system more reactive to your case’s lighting setup, after all, white is a better reflector than black. 

Based on the image below, it also looks like Corsair plans to release white water cooling radiators in the future, completing the company’s series of white liquid cooling components. At this time, Corsair has not released all-white liquid cooling radiators, but the image below proves that they have, at least, tested the concept. 

Corsair brings more white to its product line with new fans, pumps and waterblocks  

The last of Corsair’s new white series components is the company’s XD5 RGB pump/reservoir combo unit, which combines a Xylem D5 PWM pump, a 330ml reservoir and to addressable RGB LEDs into a single product. The unit is the same as Corsair’s existing Hydro X XD5 RGB, but in white. The unit is small enough to fit into most water cooled systems, though PC builders who need a smaller reservoir should have a look at Corsair’s smaller XD3 series pump/reservoir combo. 

Corsair brings more white to its product line with new fans, pumps and waterblocks  

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