Corsair today announced three new water cooling systems, these are the H100i RGB ELITE, H115i RGB ELITE and H150i RGB ELITE, all thinking about the future, and that’s why they offer compatibility with modern processors such as Alder Lake and Raptor Lake (LGA1700) as well as future AMD Ryzen 7000 processors (AM5). These systems offer a design of 240, 280 and 360 mm respectively.
All share the use of an aluminum radiator of 27mm thicka copper water block hidden under a water pump with an ARGB lighting system by means of 16 LEDs, attached to 400mm long tubes to carry coolant to the radiator for cooling. These tubes are protected by braided nylon.
In the case of 240 and 360 mm radiators, we come across new fans AF Elite Capri of 120 mm which generate an air flow between the 16.5 and 65.57 CFM with a static pressure of 0.15 to 2.68 mmH2O and a sound of 19 to 35.8 dBA at a speed of 1850 rpm. The 280mm model uses a variant of 140mm of these fans that generate an airflow of 26.5 to 89 CFM with a static pressure of 0.19 to 2 mmH2O with a sound of 19 to 35.8 dBA. at a speed of 1600 rpm.
information is complete with pricesthat failing to see the performances are not very encouraging, and it is that the Corsair H100i RGB ELITE arrives at a recommended price of €155.90 (240 mm), against €173.90 how much does corsair cost H115i RGB ELITE (280mm) and €197.90 how much does corsair cost H150i RGB ELITE, thus being one of the most expensive models on the market. All units are supported by 5 year warranty.