Friday, June 18th 2021

Corsair Announces Three New All-In-One Liquid CPU Coolers

CORSAIR, a world leader in enthusiast components for gamers, creators, and PC builders, today announced the launch of three new all-in-one liquid CPU coolers: the H55 RGB, H100 RGB, and H150 RGB. Available in radiator sizes of 120 mm, 240 mm, and 360 mm respectively, and equipped with CORSAIR SP120 RGB ELITE fans with AirGuide technology, the H55 RGB, H100 RGB, and H150 RGB combine low-noise performance cooling with an abundance of vivid, motherboard-controlled RGB lighting at an attractive price. All three coolers are compatible with nearly all modern Intel and AMD CPUs and are backed by a three-year warranty for long-lasting peace of mind.

CORSAIR H55 RGB, H100 RGB, and H150 RGB all-in-one liquid coolers offer everything you need to keep your CPU running at peak performance, including fans, coolant, and radiator, in a single closed loop that's easy to install and maintain. The multiple radiator sizes offered ensure that you'll find a cooler that will fit your case or style of build. Each cooler is equipped with one, two, or three SP120 RGB ELITE fans, running up to 1,500 RPM with AirGuide technology for concentrated airflow and improved low-noise performance. A thermally optimized copper cold plate and low-noise pump ensure quiet yet efficient cooling.
With 13 bright, individually addressable RGB LEDs on the pump head and eight per fan, the dynamic lighting produced by the H55 RGB, H100 RGB, and H150 RGB instantly turns your system into a rich display of customizable color. With flexible +5V ARGB support, you can control your cooler's lighting via compatible motherboards and their software, such as ASUS Aura Sync, MSI Mystic Light, and Gigabyte RGB Fusion.

Each new cooler comes with a modular, tool-free mounting bracket for quick and easy installation on all modern CPU sockets, including LGA 1200,115X, 2066, and AM4, with pre-applied thermal material. Whether you're building a new PC or upgrading a system to liquid cooling, the H55 RGB, H100 RGB, and H150 RGB offer great cooling while you sit back and enjoy the light show.

Availability & Warranty

CORSAIR H55 RGB, H100 RGB, and H150 RGB All-in-One Liquid CPU Coolers are available immediately from the CORSAIR network of authorized retailers and distributors in select regions. CORSAIR H55 RGB, H100 RGB, and H150 RGB All-in-One Liquid CPU Coolers are backed by a three-year warranty, alongside the CORSAIR worldwide customer service and technical support network.
Source: Corsair
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12 Comments on Corsair Announces Three New All-In-One Liquid CPU Coolers

#1
DeathtoGnomes
A thermally optimized copper cold plate
what exactly does 'thermally optimized' mean here? sounds like PR double-talk, i.e., bullsnot. :shadedshu:

And, as we can see, the RGB means 25% cooler temps and 25% increased prices.
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#3
lynx29
3 year warranty? lol... nah... just go with Arctic, just as good if not better performance, icing on the cake VRM cooling fan, and a 6 year warranty on top of all that. and prob still cheaper than these.
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#4
watzupken
I don't know what's new really. Looks pretty much like the same AIO from the last few generations, other than some fluffy marketing. I've used Corsair H100i Pro before and came out thoroughly disappointed with it. Not only did it got beaten by a Scythe Fuma 2 in terms of cooling performance, the ML fans sounded like a leaf blower at high RPM.

I agree that it makes more sense to consider Arctic Liquid Freezer II, since they have added ARGB/ RGB versions for people that absolutely cannot do without RGB. The 360 Liquid Freezer II I used to have is almost inaudible with the casing at the bottom of the desk. At high speed, I still cannot hear the pump noise, and the fans are not annoyingly loud. You can hear the humming of the fans but certainly nowhere near the air siren kind of screeching like those 120mm ML Corsair fans.
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#5
lynx29
watzupkenI don't know what's new really. Looks pretty much like the same AIO from the last few generations, other than some fluffy marketing. I've used Corsair H100i Pro before and came out thoroughly disappointed with it. Not only did it got beaten by a Scythe Fuma 2 in terms of cooling performance, the ML fans sounded like a leave blower at high RPM.

I agree that it makes more sense to consider Arctic Liquid Freezer II, since they have added ARGB/ RGB versions for people that absolutely cannot do without RGB. The 360 Liquid Freezer II I used to have is almost inaudible with the casing at the bottom of the desk. At high speed, I still cannot hear the pump noise, and the fans are not annoyingly loud. You can hear the humming of the fans but certainly nowhere near the air siren kind of screeching like those 120mm ML Corsair fans.
for my future builds I will be sticking with air 100%, water just scares the crap out of me with how expensive the other components are. I know it's not logical of me and its like 0.1% chance, but thats 0.1% chance I don't have to take cause air does just as good. lol
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#6
Gmr_Chick
lynx293 year warranty? lol... nah... just go with Arctic, just as good if not better performance, icing on the cake VRM cooling fan, and a 6 year warranty on top of all that. and prob still cheaper than these.
Couldn't have said it better. The ONLY knock against the LFII I have is the cable length of the fans. Because the cables are so short, you can't reuse the fans elsewhere inside your PC because the cables aren't long enough. I love everything else about my LF II though.
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#7
DeathtoGnomes
Gmr_ChickCouldn't have said it better. The ONLY knock against the LFII I have is the cable length of the fans. Because the cables are so short, you can't reuse the fans elsewhere inside your PC because the cables aren't long enough. I love everything else about my LF II though.
Really? ever hear about cable extensions? :p :p :p
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#8
Sodahorse93
this looks nearly identical to all the other corsair aio's.
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#9
bonehead123
As the Who song says:

"meet the new boss... same as the old boss"
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#10
Kaesar
Corsair naming scheme has gone from bad to awful in the last 3 years. If you are not familiar with their own bs, you could think H55 RGB is the same exact AIO, H55, but with RGB. The same goes to H100. It was bad already going from H150i PRO to H150i PRO XT, and then CAPELLIX happened. I wish they'd be a little bit more user friendly, say for example, the time they went from H100, to H100i, to H100i V2, which wasn't perfect, but did make a lot more sense then current naming.
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#11
Mussels
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And they'll all need the very broken, controversial icue 4

Edit: wow, these are software free and support generic ARGB standards?

What the hell, corsairs done something to NOT piss me off!
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#12
ThrashZone
MusselsAnd they'll all need the very broken, controversial icue 4

Edit: wow, these are software free and support generic ARGB standards?

What the hell, corsairs done something to NOT piss me off!
lynx293 year warranty? lol... nah... just go with Arctic, just as good if not better performance, icing on the cake VRM cooling fan, and a 6 year warranty on top of all that. and prob still cheaper than these.
Hi,
Three year warranty shouldn't make you happy this is just when they likely die but price increases again this shouldn't make you happy either :cool:
Five year warranty was likely eating bottom line.
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