Corsair H115i Elite 280mm AIO Review

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As you saw on the previous page the Corsair H115i Elite has mounting compatibility with pretty much anything you can think of, as is the case with most of the modern CPU coolers. It comes in the very familiar Corsair yellow packaging, with everything kept protected in the eggbox style internal packaging so common on AIOs.

Corsair H115i Elite 280mm AIO Review  
Corsair H115i Elite 280mm AIO Review  

The build quality of the package is up to Corsair's high standards with a solid radiator and some robust hosing connecting the RGB pump together. The branding is subtle if you prefer your system to have clean, smooth lines on the inside, and there are no sharp edges to slice your fingers to bits during installation.


Corsair H115i Elite 280mm AIO Review  

The included fans are Corsair's AF Elite models. Without RGB and just a subtle Corsair logo on the outside to remind you who made it. You can, naturally, mount them so that this doesn't show, but we think it's understated enough that it's good to show the world your taste in AIOs.


Corsair H115i Elite 280mm AIO Review  

There are plenty of fan blades - nine - with a heavy curve built in to them to give you a lot of airflow across the radiator to help keep the temperatures under control. The two 140mm offerings can run very slowly indeed if you're a silence freak, whilst those of you who love low temperatures will benefit from the 84.5 CFM peak, albeit one that happens at 31dB.


Corsair H115i Elite 280mm AIO Review  

The pump head itself is compact and has minimal branding again, just the Corsair ship logo. It does have ARGB lighting as you can see at the top and bottom of this page. For those of us who like a tidy system the connector is USB Type-C, so there should be a minimum of cables to tuck away, whilst the tubes themselves are 400mm long, giving you ample opportunity to place things 'just so'.


Corsair H115i Elite 280mm AIO Review
Corsair H115i Elite 280mm AIO Review  

Modern thermal paste is now so consistent that the supplied type should be more than good enough to give you many years of happy cooling.


Corsair H115i Elite 280mm AIO Review  

Lastly one of the many colours available to you via the iCUE software and pump RGB.

Corsair H115i Elite 280mm AIO Review  

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