Corsair H115i PRO RGB and H150i PRO RGB Review

The Build

Corsair H115i PRO RGB 

The Build

Mounting the H115i and the H150i is a piece of piddle.  Thanks to the clear instructions and well made parts everything fits together nicely. 

Corsair H115i PRO RGB  

 

Here we can see the USB cable as it emerges from the Cold Plate.  As most Motherboards have their USB headers on the bottom edge, you might think it odd that the plug is designed in such away as to have the cable heading up towards the roof of the case as opposed to down to where the headers are.  The reason for this though is simple as Corsair have provided a long cable, it can most easily be hidden by directing it upwards and out of sight, disappearing through the cable management  to the rear of the case, to reappear at the bottom where it can poke through a management hole close to the USB headers.  If they had it going the other way it would have a great deal of motherboard to traverse, never mind the slab of an obstacle that is the GPU.

Corsair H115i PRO RGB  

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Most Recent Comments

08-01-2018, 14:55:56

WYP
Can't wait for the H200iQuote

08-01-2018, 15:18:50

Dicehunter
Great review guv !

I just ordered the H150i Pro, Finally a replacement for my noisey H115i GT Quote

08-01-2018, 15:41:30

AlienALX
Very nice. Big fan of triple rads. You can run the fans at 5v and the cooling is still exceptional !

Nice to see another 360 AIO too.Quote

08-01-2018, 15:49:44

AngryGoldfish
Damn, that performs incredibly well. I thought we were hitting the limits of AIOs, but those numbers are highly impressive. Other reviews aren't so favourable, but still good numbers.Quote

08-01-2018, 16:01:43

AlienALX
Quote:
Originally Posted by AngryGoldfish View Post
Damn, that performs incredibly well. I thought we were hitting the limits of AIOs, but those numbers are highly impressive. Other reviews aren't so favourable, but still good numbers.
I think pump tech has improved a lot. Plus people are starting to design their own now instead of copying Asetek.Quote
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