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Corsair H115i Review

Posted on Thursday, September 08 2016 @ 09:25:10 CEST by


”Having looked at a pretty broad cross section of Corsair's Hydro Series line up over the past few years gives me an opportunity to see the growth and changes that Corsair has implemented to its All-in-One cooling solutions. As technology has progressed, so have the pump and control systems used to maximize the performance potential of Corsair's designs. The Hydro Series H115i does not re-invent the wheel, as it were, but what it does do is provide a cooling solution for even Intel's latest Extreme series processors like the Core i7 5960X. If you run the H115i without using Corsair's Link software tools, the cooler seems to run in the Balanced Mode. In this mode, you get a good balance of pump and fan speed to deliver results in the 73 °C range on a Core i7 5960X running at 3.5GHz. Cranking the clock speed up to 4.2GHz drives the temperatures up another 17 °C, putting the thermal results right in the 90 °C range under load. Not bad when you look at the load the H115i is discharging.”



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