Corsair Hydro Series H150i PRO RGB AIO Liquid CPU Cooler, 360mm Radiator, Triple 120mm ML Series PWM Fans, Advanced RGB Lighting and Fan Software Control, Intel 115x/2066 and AMD AM4 com
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- Customizable RGB backlit pump head produces vivid lighting effects to match your build. Air flow - 47. 3 CFM. Noise level - 25. 0 decibels
- Powered by magnetic Levitation: three Low-Noise 120mm ML series magnetic Levitation PWM fans deliver incredible airflow and produce just 20 dB of noise at full speed
- Powerful software: Corsair iCUE software allows you to adjust RGB lighting, individual fan speeds, and pump speed while monitoring CPU and coolant temperatures
- Zero RPM mode: zero RPM cooling profiles allow fans to stop entirely at low temperatures, completely eliminating fan noise
- Compatible Sockets: Intel LGA 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011, 2011-3, 2066 and AMD AM2, AM3, AM4, FM1, FM2.
- Fan Dimensions-4. 7 x 0. 9 inches
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The CORSAIR Hydro Series H150i PRO is an all-in-one RGB liquid CPU cooler with a 360mm radiator built for low-noise cooling and bold styling with an RGB LED pump head.
DYNAMIC MULTICOLOR RGB LIGHTING
Vibrant RGB LED pump head produces vivid lighting effects to match your build.
POWERED BY MAGNETIC LEVITATION
Three low-noise 120mm ML Series magnetic levitation PWM fans deliver improved airflow and produce just 25 dBA of noise at full speed.
CORSAIR iCUE software allows you to adjust RGB lighting, individual fan speeds, and pump speed while monitoring CPU and coolant temperatures, and more.
ZERO RPM MODE
Zero RPM cooling profile in CORSAIR iCUE software allows fans to stop entirely at low temperatures, eliminating fan noise.
The CORSAIR Hydro Series H150i PRO is an all in one RGB liquid CPU cooler with a 360mm radiator built for low noise cooling performance and bold styling with an RGB LED pump head. Three included 120mm ML Series magnetic levitation PWM fans provide great airflow while producing no more than 25 dB of noise, pushing the performance of your build while staying whisper quiet. Take control with CORSAIR iCue software and customize lighting, monitor temperatures and precisely adjust fan speeds, or stop the cooling fans entirely with the H150i's Zero RPM fan mode. Easy to install and compatible with most modern CPU sockets, the H150i makes it easy to cool your system in silence and style. Cold Plate Material : Copper and Radiator Material : Aluminum.
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Now, that all sounds dandy, but how does it actually work? Well, when I finished installing my H100i Pro (the 240mm version with 2 120mm fans), my initial temps were only about 2 deg C better at rest compared to my previous CryOrig H7 air cooler, and about 7 deg C better under Prime95 load for my 8700k cpu (I used Grizzly Kryonaut as my thermal paste). A bit puzzled, I began looking into the iCUE settings and saw that I could set things to either Quiet, Balanced, Extreme or Zero RPM, but only for the fans. I saw in iCUE that the pump was running at about 1080 rpms but I could not click on it to set to a different speed or seem to adjust it. And when I put my head very close to the pump inside the case, I heard just the faintest whirling. Finally, after posting a question about pump speeds at the Corsair User Forums, I found that you need to go to the Performance tab on the left, then set it to another setting (it initially is set to "Quiet"), and then you can see the pump appear as an entry on your right that you can change. Then you can click on the fans or the pump and set them to Quiet, Balanced, Extreme or Zero RPM (which means the fans are not turning but the pump is still spinning - very quiet and almost passive water cooling).
At this point, I think it is important to note that at no place in the included instructions is there ANY mention that the pump is initially set to "Quiet" mode, or how to change the pump speed, or how to setup the H100i Pro with iCue !!! (I am using iCUE 3.6.109) Without being mean to Corsair, this is extremely poor. And no doubt, many people will buy this unit, see not much improvement and then return it, never realizing that the pump is set too low to begin with.
When I then put my pump into "Balanced" mode, it went from 1080 rpms up to 2150 rpms and the temperatures immediately started to drop. Now, temps are about 5 deg C cooler at desktop rest and about 15 deg C cooler under Prime95 loads. In "Extreme" mode, the pump ramps up to 2950 rpms and my resting desktop temps are about 7 deg C lower and my Prime95 temps are about 20 deg C lower for my Intel 8700k cpu. Big difference. (For day to day use, I keep my pump and fans set to "balanced" mode.) The fans also are high quality and I do not notice them until they spin faster than about 1800 rpms. (they go up to 2450 rpms) It is also great that there is a preset temperature lighting effect that you can set for the waterblock/pump head LED Corsair logo that changes from green to yellow to red based upon the temps you set for the internal coolant.
So, once the kinks were worked out and I had everything set correctly, then the H100i Pro performed admirably. I have only been using my H100i Pro for one month so far, so I cannot say if Corsair changing the pump design is going to result in increased reliability. I can say that they should have stuck with larger 3/8 or 1/2 inch inner diameter coolant tubes (more water, can hold more heat), and they should have made those tubes enter the waterblock/pump head directly for less flow restriction. With the H100i Pro, the small little 1/4 inch tubes enter at cheap plastic 90 degree couplings that will hurt flow and increase temperatures (and increase pressure for the pump, leading to less life).
Because of these small design flaws and the cluster$#@! lack of iCUE instruction or how to set the pump to higher RPMs in the instruction manual, I am deducting one star. Time will tell, and I will come back and update this review, but right now I would say that this is a good AIO cooler that needs a more detailed instruction manual and a few small design changes. 4 out of 5 stars for me.
This has been the worst customer experience i have ever had. They make a custom bracket so your Asetek one wont work and your dead in the water. I have a 3000$ computer that cant be used because i dont have anyway to attach the cooler to it and no end in site. I could get my bracket tomorrow, or never if the part has been discontinued. Who knows no one from Corsair will talk to me...
The first cooler I got was filled with air, the pump was loud as hell because of all the bubbles going through the motor. Shaking the cooler while it was running and trying to let it settle did nothing to help. I got an exchange and the new one is much better.
The pump DOES make a whirring sound, so if you're looking for absolute silence and have sensitive hearing, you may hear the pump at times. The maglev fans are insane. They make almost no noise and the zeroRPM feature is great.
Now how about the actual cooling performance? I had a Noctua NH-U14S and the Corsair 1151i PRO gets 10C cooler at idle, and an entire 20C cooler at max load.
Reference numbers for those that care:
NOCTUA: 40C (idle), 75C (max load).
CORSAIR H115i PRO: 30C (idle), 55C (max load).
This helps keep ambient temperature inside the case low, and I'm now at 4.8Ghz that peaks at 68C.
Yes... I saw at the very worst a 20C temp drop. Granted I did change my thermal paste from arctic silver to MX4 as well, so take that into consideration.
It's dead silent even when the fans are at max. It's hard to not be impressed by this baby. Take care of your CPU and I would recommend MX4. It's one of the best thermal pastes you can get that's not electrically conductive.
If I had to guess I would say this is about a fifth as loud as my Hyper 12EVO fan at max rpm. It really doesn't even have to spin past 80% max to keep temps below 70C.
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i7-7700k (4.8Ghz on 4 cores at 1.32V)
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Als ich mir dann den Radiator der Wasserkühlung angeschaut habe, waren dort Staubspuren von den Lüfter zu sehen, verbogene Lamellen am Radiator, gebrauchsspuren an den Schraubenlöchern und an der unterseite vom Kühler.
Es fehlten meines achtens auch Teile und eine Anleitung.
Das ist jetzt leider schon der zweite Arktikel ( Der erste war ein Babyphone) der als neu bestellt, aber als gebraucht ankam.
On most occasions, after starting my PC I could see straight away that iCue cannot see my product due to the LED colours just cycling over and over. When I launched iCue I got "No device detected. Please connect a device". The device has proper contact and is cooling great, it just won't show up in iCue. In Device Manager I could see an "Unknown USB Device (Port Reset Failed).
Next, I started getting overvoltage warning during POST followed by a similar warning in Windows. Once I had removed the USB cable I observed burning and damaged cable on both the micro USB connection and on the corresponding micro USB port on the AIO pump head (pictured). This is a really serious issue that could have taken out my entire system.
If Corsair views this review and advises me to raise a case I can tell you I have one. Case 864737, which has had no response since March 3rd, 19 days ago.
Instruction manual is very good with this product and details exactly what to do so don't be worried.
Easy to install and great colour changing options.
To change the colour of block just download the Corsair ICUE software
the unit is well made and just feels good quality
i am happy that the fans arent glowing rgb colours, its only the pump that lights up and thats just right for me, rgb fans on top of the rig will put me off gaming for sure
also it is worth noting, if you are looking at this cooler because its one of the quieter ones... the fans are mag-lev fans and are supersilent...however the noise level of the pump itself is the nosiey bit... all in all much more tolerable noise level than the wraith prism cooler it replaced. whilst its one of the best cpu fans... it was quiet enough until the computer knew i had beaten it then it would spin like crazy!
this cooler is just gently working away at a steady pace nice and quiet. no problems with temperature whatsoever. cool and quiet.
fitted to a Ryzen 7 2700x on asus prime x470 pro mobo with 64gb ram
I bought this a few days ago to cool my i7 8700k overclocked and it is perfect,
Noise Level - Barely hear anything currently overclocking my CPU as well currently have the fans running at balanced using the ICUE software
Installation - Overall the installation is easy the manual it gives you is ok nothing really complicated I do think this will be easy to install regardless of whether this is your first time and if there are issues there are plenty of videos on youtube.
The software mentioned before called ICUE allows you to control the cooler (make sure that you've plugged in the databcable into one of the USB slots on the motherboard. or it won't pick it up)
Having 3 other AIO coolers from Corsair I was expecting the exact same but with annoying RGB lighting (personal preference).
However this cooler is running at a steady 40c and the airflow threw the radiator with the ML120 fans is rather pitiful compared to the two H60s and H100v2. Admittedly they are in push pull config as a-posed to just push given the case restrictions.
The cooling fluid took about 10 minutes to work out the bubbles and after that is very quiet but the pump is slightly noisier than the V2 and h60.
So no clue if its faulty running a good 20c higher than the others.
So will update this once I strip the computer, rebuild it and maybe get some noctua fans. Guess the build quality went into the RGB LEDs...
I have included a image showing a Kraken on the left with standard spacing and the corsair on the right.
I'm returning mine and going back to NZXT. Their software may be crap but at least their hardware wasn't.
The unit is easy to install as long as you have a basic understanding of your case and motherboard. Carefully check which risers you need for your board (Have a look in your motherboard manual if unsure on type to use).
Comes with pre applied thermal paste which is great although I suggest you make sure of position over the cpu so as to avoid moving it about after fitting and smearing the paste.
Under normal load the pump and fans are barely audible provided you download and configure the iCUE software from Corsair. This software allows you to set custom fan and pump performance based on heat of various sensors, I use the CPU sensor to drive the power of the fans and pump which seems to work well however you can adjust according to many other sensors too.
The same software can be used to adjust the lighting on the unit although there is no lighting on the fans or radiator (Which suits me fine).
Other Corsair hardware can be configured using the same software which is useful as I have a Corsair keyboard.
At full load and in the height of the hot weather we have had my CPU was peaking at 63 degrees which is way lower than the temps with the fan cooler. Be warned though, the noise level is significant when the fans and pump are running full speed to keep the CPU cool in hot weather however there isn't really any way to avoid this.
The only gripe I have is that the fans are set according to current user so if I am running an intensive heat generating process and someone else logs into their account on the same machine, it sets the fan according to their usage which can lead to overheating the CPU. If anyone knows a way of getting round this would love to hear - As a workaround I set the same iCUE settings in everyone's account on the same machine however would prefer if the setting could be made globally rather than on a per user setting.
You will need a spare USB header on your board to use this unit and I had to disconnect one of the leads from my front of case USB units however not a big deal if you have a spare.
A CPU is recommended to operate under 80 degrees centigrade, anything below that is fine.
Well, with this attached to my processor, it never goes above 32 degrees and that's with the CPU turbo boosted PERMANENTLY to 4.4 Ghz.
It is a little confusing to install with the additional wires, namely you do require a USB 2.0 port on your mainboard.
This is definitely the future though, metallic heat sinks with a fan will not be enough to draw the heat away from processors. Processors are just getting too fast these days, which ever bigger number of cores too.
This is essentially an air conditioning unit attached to your CPU, continuously pumping cold fluid over your processor, keeping the temperature very low, allowing you to enjoy your CPU's full power without the worry of heat damaging it.
If you need some serious CPU speed, then you're going to have to learn how to install one of these eventually. A couple of good you tube videos show you how, though instructions that come with it are good as well.
I followed the instructions but was getting very high temperatures.
The back plate/ standoffs Corsair supplied don't properly fit mini ITX motherboard .
The sizing of the stand off screws is wrong they are simply too long resulting in the water block not making good contact with the CPU.
I placed 2 nylon washers onto each corner pillar between the back plate and the motherboard as a home DIY fix to get the water block to make contact with the CPU.CPU temps dropped by 35 degrees and i was able to run prime 95 without the PC shutting down.
If you don't do this you are simply screwing the water block down onto thin air as the standoffs are too long.
A real shame that corsair don't provide washers or any information about this issue in the product packaging or instructions as otherwise it is would be a very nice product.
One thing to bear in mind with this AIO is case compatibility, you may not be able to fit it in something like the NZXT H500. In my Corsair 275R it's had to go in the front which has hampered airflow very slightly in my case. With the stock blower cooler my GPU was definitely heading into thermal throttling territory, but after sticking a Morpheus II on it temps are much more reasonable.
The one negative is the number of cables that come off the pump/coldplate combo - 1 fan splitter, 1 USB cable (for controlling via Link/iCue) 1 SATA cable and a PWM sensor cable. I've managed to route these so they are not visible, but it took some lateral thinking and liberal use of adhesive.
The main selling point of this cooler is silent running, which the combination of a large radiator and low RPM fans manage very well.
Load temps on my 2700x when running synthetic loads like OCCT or Prime 95 top out at 55c after 1 hour, which is amazing.
The cooler is currently installed but as yet untried as the PC build project is not yet complete.
I have scored the installation as I have because the layout required adaption of the Fractal Design Define XL R2 system case and the choice (for dust prevention) of putting the exhaust fans BEHIND the radiator which gave issues with the screw length being almost too short.
Build quality is superb as typified by the Corsair brand & I anticipate performance and noise output to be of a similar standard
For fans. a wire attaches from the heatsink to the CPU fan header and then both fans on the radiator are run from two cables that come out of the heatsink. The fans attach to the radiator which is attached to the case.
The cooling ability is OK but for an i7 i'd go for a slightly bigger one if I was doing it again. It keeps a 9700k at around 40 idle and around 70-80 running Battlefield V on Ultra.
I like that the RGB can be controlled by the 'Corsair Utility Engine' (CUE) and that you can combine the lighting effects between different devices. I also like that the fans can be controlled and monitored from CUE as well.
As for Temps, I have noticed a 10 degree difference in cooling for my Intel I7 Skylake 6700K (not overclocked but at 4GHz). So I can now comfortably overclock. And by the way, when running at max load on the CPU, the cpu temp does rise a little bit, but the key thing is, is that there is only a 2 degree difference in the temperature of the coolant inside the liquid cooler.
Would 10/10 buy again and it's affordable too. I would completely skip out air cooling again, and maybe even do a full water cooling loop.
p.s. fans are also quiet.
Easy set up and works like a charm. No pwm splitter is needed as this comes with one integrated to the pump.
Only flaw is that usb cable sticking out the block, cause it just kills the look of this stunning AIO.
It was packaged really well and looks great, maybe you should upgrade your fans though as the stock ones aren't very appealing!
But yeah, keeps the temps nice and cool. Cpu is pretty much always running at ambient temps, even with a slight over clock on the 8700k.
I strongly suggest this product!