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HIGH-PERFORMANCE RGB PUMP HEAD

The ELITE CAPELLIX cooler pump head houses 33 ultra-bright CAPELLIX RGB LEDs to go along with its RGB fans. When you add powerful, low-noise cooling to the mix, your system will look great and will run even better.

CHANGE UP YOUR LOOK

Each ELITE CAPELLIX CPU cooler includes two separate pump caps. The pre-installed pump cap is a stylish, glossy white, while the alternate pump cap is more transparent to let your CAPELLIX LEDs shine through.

TURN ANY CASE INTO A SMART CASE

Harness the power of iCUE with the included iCUE Commander CORE to control the fan speed and RGB lighting for the included ML RGB fans, with the potential to control additional CORSAIR RGB fans, up to a total of six.

*Additional fans sold separately.

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Features

  • A high-performance RGB pump head provides powerful, low-noise cooling for your CPU, lit by 33 ultra-bright CAPELLIX RGB LEDs.
  • Includes a CORSAIR iCUE Commander CORE Smart RGB Lighting and Fan Speed Controller, for precise speed and lighting control over up to six RGB fans.
  • Two 120mm CORSAIR ML RGB Magnetic Levitation PWM fans deliver powerful airflow for extreme CPU cooling performance, with eight RGB LEDs per fan.
  • Accurately control your cooling via PWM, adjusting fan speeds from 400 to 2,400 RPM.
  • A brilliant white finish on the pump cap, radiator, and fan housing reflects light for brighter lighting and fits right in with a modern white RGB build.
  • Zero RPM fan profiles in CORSAIR iCUE software allow fans to stop entirely at low temperatures, eliminating fan noise.
  • CORSAIR iCUE software allows you to adjust fan and pump speeds, control and synchronize your cooler’s RGB lighting with all iCUE-compatible devices, and monitor CPU and coolant temperatures, all from a single intuitive interface.
  • A split-flow copper cold plate and high-density stack of 128 micro-skived fins-per-inch provide highly efficient cooling at all loads.
  • A centrifugal pump delivers a flow rate of up to 0.82L/min while generating less than 20 dBA, for extreme cooling with low noise.
  • A 240mm radiator with a high surface area for powerful cooling.

Product information 240mm , Elite Capellix , RGB Pump + Fans White

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Q: Does this have the Asetek pump or the Coolit pump?

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Gregory D.
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This is the new 2020 Version of this AIO!
Reviewed in the United States on January 13, 2020
Size: 240mmStyle: PRO XT SeriesColor: RGB Pump
You have to specifically search for this model number in order to find it on Amazon. This is the latest iteration of their cooler providing an update to the RGB LEDs on the pump/cooling block that goes on the processor. You can individually change the color of the LEDs on... See more
You have to specifically search for this model number in order to find it on Amazon. This is the latest iteration of their cooler providing an update to the RGB LEDs on the pump/cooling block that goes on the processor. You can individually change the color of the LEDs on the block and have other swirling patterns. You also have full control of the AIO through iCUE when it comes to fan speed and pump monitoring. Amazon might be trying to push old inventory which is why this doesn''t show up if you go to the Corsair manufacturer amazon link.

This cooler is awesome. I have a Ryzen R9 3900X and with all cores boosted it does not exceed 55C at full load. The configuration the manufacturer recommends is to have them pull air into the case through the radiator. Make sure that depending on if your goal is to have a positive or negative pressured case that you exhaust appropriately. I have mine mounted at the top of the case and as positively pressured since i have a husky and hair and dirt can be a problem getting into the case if i didn''t have it configured this way.

Lessons Learned: My LEDs were not initially working when I installed the cooler. The internal USB connection is for pump and LED control only and does not power the LEDs. The pump and fans are powered off of a single SATA power connector. For ease of installation and cable management I utilized one of the open molex connections that was available from a drive power run and used a molex to Sata power adapter. The Fans and Pump are most likely powered off of the 12V rail. With this configuration you only have 5V and 12V available and not 3.3V. I ran a direct SATA connection from my power supply and the LEDs are fully functioning now as it proved they run off the 3.3V rail. So make sure to use an actual SATA power connection and no molex to SATA power adapters to power this AIO.
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Chris S
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
2 Faulty Products In A Row, Do I Risk a Third?
Reviewed in the United States on October 15, 2019
Size: 240mmStyle: PlatinumColor: RGB Pump + Fans White
The Good: -this cooler looks awesome. It''s exactly what I wanted in terms of aesthetics. The USB control of the lighting means you can use it with almost any build, even older Motherboards. The software allows you to link multiple Corsair devices so they all have the... See more
The Good:
-this cooler looks awesome. It''s exactly what I wanted in terms of aesthetics. The USB control of the lighting means you can use it with almost any build, even older Motherboards. The software allows you to link multiple Corsair devices so they all have the same color scheme, or provide functionality like showing specific colors based on temperatures. The large radiator surface area provides tons of cooling even at low fan speeds. Good mounting hardware provided for Intel and AMD.
The Bad:
-First one I received worked for 2 days before it began having issues with USB connectivity (device disappeared from iCUE software and USB in Device manager gave Error message). I updated drivers, updated firmware, uninstalled iCUE, cleaned registry and AppData before reinstalling, tried different USB headers, a new PSU, dedicated SATA power (no other peripherals on it''s line), and a thousand other things from various videos and forum posts. I finally break down and contact Corsair. Wasted a week troubleshooting with Corsair Reps (who didn''t bother reading emails and just would give me generic troubleshooting tips from their website) before I finally gave up and started a return through Amazon. My replacement arrived yesterday. The pump itself on this one is noisy, making gurgling noises at high RPM, and grinding noises at low RPM. Quick troubleshooting, tried all recommendations with no luck. Tilting the PC and changing RPM to try and force out bubbles, removing the pump and shaking it (yay more Thermal paste), bending hoses, another dedicated SATA line, putting fans on different headers so only the pump is drawing SATA power. Nothing helps. I will not be dealing with Corsair Reps to troubleshoot again, they''ll just have me try the same things I already tried. On the off chance it is the worlds most stubborn bubble I will be waiting another couple days to see if the noise clears up. Last critique is the choice of cabling. This is an all white look, so why do you ruin it with ugly flat black cabling? Clean it up, nice braided round cable would look a million times better. Plus the cable for the CPU fan header is so poorly placed as part of the SATA cable I wanted to cut it off and solder a new one on. The USB connection should also be an integral part of the system, not added as an afterthought that you need to plug into the side of the pump, it looks cheap. Honestly, a single thicker cable out that splits after 6"-8" inches so I can hide it all with good cable management would improve the looks by a huge margin.
Final Thoughts:
-I have to say, both of these have kept my CPU really cool, and look great. But receiving two faulty products in a row has ruined my opinion of Corsair, and I will be looking elsewhere when I replace this pump. Both of these faults may seem nitpicky, but for the cost of the cooler and the ratings it has received, for a pump to lose USB Connectivity (removing ability to monitor RPM, coolant temps, and change lighting) and for another to be loud at idle RPMs is extremely concerning. Any of these issues could compound or worsen, resulting in total pump failure and a cooked CPU. I''m not comfortable trusting an expensive CPU to anything that displays these kind of faults out of the box, it''s just an indicator of things to come. If you are ok with risking a $400-$800 investment in a CPU, go ahead, this cooler looks amazing. But I''d rather have a plain looking build that protects my investment instead some RGB lighting that could fail any second and cook my CPU.
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Gregory G Class
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This is *the* cooler to get for hot CPUs
Reviewed in the United States on July 9, 2020
Size: 360mmStyle: PRO XT SeriesColor: RGB Pump + Fans
I have gone through a whole SAGA of trying to cool a 3950x processor and the Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Pro XT is the only cooler that I would deem worthy. If you want your computer to run at base clocks / configuration and not be overheating and freezing up, this is the only... See more
I have gone through a whole SAGA of trying to cool a 3950x processor and the Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Pro XT is the only cooler that I would deem worthy. If you want your computer to run at base clocks / configuration and not be overheating and freezing up, this is the only option. Remarkably this cooler is more readily available and less expensive than other coolers that are vastly inferior.

Because your chip is square, you want to find a cooler with a square waterblock. This immediately rules out the various coolers from NXZT, ThermalTake. You want 6th generation pumps if you''re going with a cooler outsourced to Asetek. You want as much cooling surface area as possible (forget the 120mm / 240mm coolers, they will not cut it with a 3950x, 280mm is borderline).

First things first, I am referring to the Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Pro XT and *not* the inferior Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Pro, you want the XT version. The XT version has a brand new pump that is the best pump that Corsair is putting in coolers. This cooler has a radiator with 43200 mm^2 of fan-cooling.

I tried the:

* ThermalTake Floe 360, would not adequately cool the 3950x, idle temps at 55c
- I tried repasting with 3 different thermal pastes, reseating the board, nothing would get it under 55 *idle*
- When considering AIO coolers, you probably don''t want a tiny circle that barely covers your chip
* Corsair H115i (came close to keeping the 3950x under 50c but it would hover there 50/51)
* Corsair H100i (not even)

Upgrading my AIO cooler to the Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Pro XT, boom instantly 10c cooler than the ThermalTake Floe 360 garbage with virtually no noise (balanced plan). 5c cooler than the H115i under balanced cooling plan. I don''t care to overclock but cooling is *critical* on the AMD chips because they have an internal mechanism that adjusts the clock speed based on heat so if your cooler can''t handle the chip it will run slow - this means that things like benchmarks will be similar to a 3900x if you don''t have adequate cooling. Benchmarks for the chip instantly shot up as well, roughly 10% faster and more stable now.
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Tony Callison
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Hoping to update!
Reviewed in the United States on January 26, 2020
Size: 240mmStyle: PRO XT SeriesColor: RGB Pump
First, the good stuff. This product looks amazing. They really did a good job with the new RGB. I still think the NZXT mirror looks better, but only slightly. The performance though, hands down better than the NZXT x52 and the EVGA 240mm. My temp didn’t go over 70 under... See more
First, the good stuff. This product looks amazing. They really did a good job with the new RGB. I still think the NZXT mirror looks better, but only slightly. The performance though, hands down better than the NZXT x52 and the EVGA 240mm. My temp didn’t go over 70 under 100% load with an AMD Ryzen 3900x.
Now the bad, the bracket actually broke on me.... I’ve installed several air coolers and AIO liquid coolers and I have never had an issue with installation. Definitely never had a bracket actually break on me...I’m in disbelief still over it. I have contacted Corsair and I am hoping they can get me a replacement for it so I can bump this rating up. Also, as another reviewer also mentioned...the screws are horrible for this thing. I ended up using screws that were the same length/width and they went in just fine. The included ones are garbage.

Besides the bracket problem (and using different screws), which could be just one bad apple in the production line, this is an outstanding cooler. Highly recommend (as long as the bracket doesn’t break for you).
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J. B.
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bad threading... Wires!
Reviewed in the United States on April 1, 2020
Size: 240mmStyle: PRO XT SeriesColor: RGB Pump
In general, this seems like a perfectly reasonable AIO. The appearance is great, it doesn''t leak, parts flex where they need to, the hose lengths were just right for me, the hardware was top-notch. The fans are extremely quiet and seem to be very high quality.... See more
In general, this seems like a perfectly reasonable AIO. The appearance is great, it doesn''t leak, parts flex where they need to, the hose lengths were just right for me, the hardware was top-notch. The fans are extremely quiet and seem to be very high quality.

.... but there are lots misses on the details. Let''s start with the worst:

You should buy a 8-32 tap and a tap handle with this cooler if you don''t have one. You''ll notice many of the reviews saying they had a problem with the screws... The problem isn''t the screws, but the holes. I bought two of these to build two systems. 32 holes. All the same. They look like they were threaded with a chip-clogged/broken tap, and then filled with paint. The screws that come with this are very nice, and probably at the upper end of the tolerance range for an 8-32 screw... If you don''t run a tap through the holes to clean out the threads, you''ll be trying to thread the hole with the screw. You''ll probably break at least one. Anyway, if you buy this, add a tap to the cart too. Then you can finish manufacturing it for them.

Next is the wires. OK, I get cleaning up your product images. That''s fine. But they have a picture of the side of the waterblock where the power and tach cables come out of; The wires aren''t shown, and the hole is plugged. Also, each fan has a wire. You might or might not expect this, but if it''s your first AIO rodeo, keep in mind, things are not even CLOSE to as tidy as the pictures look. They''re not doing any fancy power routing to make it look that nice. They just doctored the image to remove the spaghetti.

Last is the pump. It makes noise - of course it does. But it''s weird PWM noise. Not a typical uniform hum or woosh. It''s mildly disconcerting. If you''ve got an otherwise silent setup, it might bother you. You can tune it a bit with the software. I actually find it less annoying in the "extreme" mode, ''cause at least then it''s just "on".
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Vuragado
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Don''t buy this - Period.
Reviewed in the United States on February 11, 2020
Size: 240mmStyle: PRO XT SeriesColor: RGB Pump
Hands down the worst system I have ever seen for a AM4+ CPU AIO. On top of being a hassle to install and having to borderline force the screws into the rads threaded holes, I have never wanted more than to just throw it away. But I kept on! I finally got it... See more
Hands down the worst system I have ever seen for a AM4+ CPU AIO. On top of being a hassle to install and having to borderline force the screws into the rads threaded holes, I have never wanted more than to just throw it away.

But I kept on! I finally got it installed, and everything. All the fans were connected to the right places, Sata cable was connected to the pump, the works! Everything was looking good to go. Booted into windows 10, updated iCue and find out that the icue software doesn''t properly send out data to the fan conectors. So, my fans were running at 0. At all times. Even with items such as prime95 booted up.

Please, please, please, never, EVER, EVER rely on a software to run your AIOs, ever again corsair.

I''m returning this. I''m going back to air cooling. Why? Because it just works.
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Jen
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Its a tad of a pain to install the pump block
Reviewed in the United States on September 14, 2020
Size: 240mmStyle: PlatinumColor: RGB Pump + Fans White
My first liquid cooling setup and I wanted to replace the stock AMD fan that came with my Ryzen 9 3900x. The pump block itself will require a sata cable for power and uses a micro usb cable for RGB. The installation bits were easy, the pump block itself is a pain. All in... See more
My first liquid cooling setup and I wanted to replace the stock AMD fan that came with my Ryzen 9 3900x. The pump block itself will require a sata cable for power and uses a micro usb cable for RGB. The installation bits were easy, the pump block itself is a pain. All in its a good purchase.

The cool bits
* It has RGB on the pump block and fans for the radiator.
* Its white, so its has a clean look (make sure to keep your hands/finger tips clean of thermal paste). Also you may want to color coordinate case and cables if thats your thing.
* Mounting the radiator and fans was easy peasy.
* Airflow direction on fans are there though you are going to want to have it intake air.

The not so cool bits

* A micro usb connector to the pump block. This connector type sucks, especially since the USB connector goes on the bottom of the motherboard it leaves cable routing a hassle. Personally if Corsair wants to use micro USB, flip the female end around where the cable can be routed downwards instead up of up and around the top the mother board and back down. I hope they may the change to USB-C since it can be connected either way.

* It has a lot of cables that are long, so prepare to do some cable management magic.

* AMD mounting brackets particularly the +AM4 mounting. This was the most difficult part of the installation. Just trying to get the hooks to catch was not particularly easy. Personally once I got the hooks I gave it a slight pull to make sure it did get seated correctly.
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NC Grave
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Interim review
Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2021
Size: 420mmStyle: Elite CapellixColor: RGB Pump + Fans
Right off the bat, big issue for system upgrades is that the fan/rgb controller uses a USB port on the motor. So if you are using a lian li controller setup and still want to use the case usb ports then you have to make a choice. No leaked coolant was in the box so that''s a... See more
Right off the bat, big issue for system upgrades is that the fan/rgb controller uses a USB port on the motor. So if you are using a lian li controller setup and still want to use the case usb ports then you have to make a choice. No leaked coolant was in the box so that''s a plus. Will update once installed and tested on a 9900k.

Update. So it definitely performs better than my old deep cool 360mm aio. However, it does still have the limitation that all aio have, no resevoir. Yeah, it''s not a custom loop but it would keep an OC''d i7 pretty cool but an i9 around 5 GHz gets near the border line of what I would consider okay, 70 Celsius, underload. I also admit that it''s a low, max tolerance. Although after I installed it on a brand new build, there is a LOT of issues but haven''t narrowed it down yet. Also, it will not fit a stock thermaltake view 51 case. Once the case was molded, it has a very, very, close tolerance but fits. I stand by this statement, "Only those with cases that can support or is designed for E-ATX mobos need to apply." Well, even then you will only know if it will fit until you try to install it. Also from 3 to 4 stars. Not 5 because I don''t know if my crashing is related to it.
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Leboeuf Joelle
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Excellent refroidissement.
Reviewed in France on March 5, 2020
Je suis technicien Supérieur en maintenance informatique et réseaux (monteur / modding), des montages j''en réalise environs 15 par mois depuis plus de 15 ans. Et je doit avouer que ce magnifique corsair H100I platinum (blanc SE) fait un excellent boulot. Livraison :...See more
Je suis technicien Supérieur en maintenance informatique et réseaux (monteur / modding), des montages j''en réalise environs 15 par mois depuis plus de 15 ans. Et je doit avouer que ce magnifique corsair H100I platinum (blanc SE) fait un excellent boulot. Livraison : Heureusement que mon livreur est très sérieux, car envoyé dans son carton basique, sans autre protections. Au prix du watercooling, c''est abusif de ne pas mettre de carton et de protection autours. Bref. ☆ Déballage : ▪︎Le Corsair H100i Platinum SE 240 ▪︎Les kits d’installation selon le socket que vous utiliserez ▪︎deux ventilateurs Corsair LL 120 RGB ▪︎Le Corsair H100i Platinum SE 240 ▪︎Un patch thermique pré-installé sur la base du waterblock ▪︎Un manuel d’installation rapide Cette version se démarque de la précédente génération par le changement des ventilateurs par des versions à lévitation magnétique. Ces nouveaux ventilateurs, de 120 mm, portent la référence LL120 RGB. Ils sont compatibles avec les connecteurs PWM et sont équipés de pas moins de 48 leds adressables. Au niveau de leurs caractéristiques, leur vitesse est comprise entre 360 RPM et 2200 RPM pour un flux d’air maximal de 63 CFM et une pression statique de 3.0 mm. Chaque ventilateur bénéficie de quatre pads en caoutchouc à chaque extrémité et sur les deux faces. L’idée est de réduire les nuisances sonores provoquées par la vibration de ces derniers sur le radiateur  Ils sont équipés de deux connecteurs, un PWM et un second pour le rétroéclairage. Les deux ventilateurs sont paramétrables via le logiciel iCUE de la marque. Il vous permettra de customiser les effets lumineux mais aussi d’opter pour le mode ZERO RPM.  Les tuyaux ont une longueur de 350 mm et sont recouverts d’une gaine protectrice en nylon blanc. Le radiateur sur lequel viendront prendre place les ventilateurs mesure 277 mm de longueur pour une largeur de 120 mm et une hauteur de 27 mm. le combo pompe/waterblock qui dispose déjà de la fixation Intel pré-installée. Le kit est compatible avec les sockets suivants : Intel 115x | Intel 2011/2066 | AMD AM3/AM2 | AMD AM4 | AMD TR4. La base est en cuivre et sur le top du dessus, on retrouve l’inscription Corsair ainsi que 16 leds adressables. ☆ Installation : La première étape consiste à venir fixer les deux ventilateurs sur le radiateur. Corsair met à votre disposition des vis de serrage mais qui étrangement me paraissent un peu trop longue. Par contre, point positif, elles sont doublées et son au nombre de 16 (pour du push/pull). Point négatif, il faut forcer un minimum pour vissés les visses la première fois, en effet, les visses vont venir aplatir les ailettes du radiateur situé en dessous des trous de vissage... Je trouvais ça vraiment bizarre et pas terrible, mais c''est bien comme ça que Corsair a prévu les choses. Après avoir eu le service de Corsair au téléphone, cela ne change en rien au performances, et permet un meilleur maintient, et est prévu pour des dizaines de montage / démontage. Bref ça reste un point négatif à mes yeux de devoir abîmé les ailettes du radiateur à peine sortie de son emballage ! Mais ca reste invisible vu que les trous de vissage cache le dessous. La seconde étape consiste à placer la backplate de maintien à l’arrière de votre carte mère et de serrer les 4 vis à double filets. Placez le module de refroidissement sur votre processeur et serrer les 4 écrous. Pas de risque lors du serrage puisque les vis bénéficient d’un filet limité en hauteur. Ce qui signifie que lorsque que vous arrivez à la fin de celui-ci, la vis se bloque. Le logiciel Corsair iCue Le logiciel maison de Corsair permet de contrôler et synchroniser l’éclairage RGB de votre refroidisseur avec tous les dispositifs compatibles iCUE. Il permet aussi de surveiller la température du processeur et du liquide de refroidissement, ainsi que régler la vitesse des ventilateurs et de la pompe. Le profil de refroidissement Zero RPM permet de mettre les ventilateurs à l’arrêt lorsque la température est basse afin d’éliminer leur bruit. Ceux-ci se réactiveront lorsque la température du liquide dépassera les 45°C. ☆ La phase de test : Le processeur est un I7 cadencé à 4.6Ghz (pâte thermique métal liquide de chez Thermal Grizzly (la Conductonaut). Cette dernière étant la meilleure pâte thermique du marché actuellement avec la coolaboratory. Quoi qu''il en soit, et pour éviter que le bruit des ventilateurs vous dérange, la vitesse maximale a ne pas dépasser est de 1700 rpm (au-delà le bruit devient très dérangeant). Mais pour être franc, quand je fait tourner mon processeur à 100% sous stress test, ce dernier ne dépasse pas les 60° avec une vitesse de ventilateurs à 680rpm. Oui oui vous avez bien lu... la vitesse des ventilateurs est très bas, pour un stress test qui a durée 4h00 non-stop (2h sous Cinebench R15 / r20 / OCCT... et 2h également sous Prime 95 sans coupure). Je suis monter au maximum de rotation possible ~2200rpm, ou la température est en chute libre, mais le bruit est très dérangeant. J''ai baissé petit à petit, pour trouver le top entre performances / températures / bruit. Après, Prime 95 est extrêmement gourmand et le processeur prend cher durant cette période en plus de son overclocking ! Donc 60° maximum sous 680 rotations des ventilateurs, la performances est bien présente ! Pour les personnes ne voulant pas s''embêter à paramétré la vitesses des ventilateurs sous le bios, dans ce cas, sous le logiciel ICUE (prononciation : Aille qu-you et non par lettre, hein... haha) activé le mod extrem, qui fera tourner les ventilateurs aux environs de 650-700 rotations minute. La pompe doit tourner au maximum en permanence elle. Ne jamais ralentir la pompe ! Branchez la sur CPU_FAN et les ventilateurs sur OPT_fan par exemple. Le liquide doit toujours circuler à pleine bourre ! Et non la pompe ne fait pas de bruit. Au pire vous entendrez quelques bulle d''air lors du premier démarrage, mais ce bruit va très vite s''atténuer, pour ne plus l''entendre du tout. ☆ Conclusion : Voilà pour ce que j''ai à dire, donc je recommande cet All In One (A.I.O), qui, pour un 240mm est aussi performant que beaucoup de 360 ! En plus d''un esthétique vraiment très classe ! Ne maq hésiter ! PS : Vérifiez l''espace entre le radiateur et les Ram, personnellement, j''ai pris des ram conventionnelle, pour que ça puisse passer. Après, le boitier sur la photo est un moyen-tour ! N''hésitez pas à prendre les mesures pour éviter tout problèmes à la réception ! Si mon message vous a aidé, N''hésitez pas à me le faire savoir, à la moindre question, n''hésitez pas, je reçois les notifications, je vous répondrez aussi vite que possible. Cordialement.
Je suis technicien Supérieur en maintenance informatique et réseaux (monteur / modding), des montages j''en réalise environs 15 par mois depuis plus de 15 ans.

Et je doit avouer que ce magnifique corsair H100I platinum (blanc SE) fait un excellent boulot.

Livraison : Heureusement que mon livreur est très sérieux, car envoyé dans son carton basique, sans autre protections. Au prix du watercooling, c''est abusif de ne pas mettre de carton et de protection autours. Bref.

☆ Déballage :

▪︎Le Corsair H100i Platinum SE 240
▪︎Les kits d’installation selon le socket que vous utiliserez
▪︎deux ventilateurs Corsair LL 120 RGB
▪︎Le Corsair H100i Platinum SE 240
▪︎Un patch thermique pré-installé sur la base du waterblock
▪︎Un manuel d’installation rapide

Cette version se démarque de la précédente génération par le changement des ventilateurs par des versions à lévitation magnétique. Ces nouveaux ventilateurs, de 120 mm, portent la référence LL120 RGB. Ils sont compatibles avec les connecteurs PWM et sont équipés de pas moins de 48 leds adressables. Au niveau de leurs caractéristiques, leur vitesse est comprise entre 360 RPM et 2200 RPM pour un flux d’air maximal de 63 CFM et une pression statique de 3.0 mm.

Chaque ventilateur bénéficie de quatre pads en caoutchouc à chaque extrémité et sur les deux faces. L’idée est de réduire les nuisances sonores provoquées par la vibration de ces derniers sur le radiateur  Ils sont équipés de deux connecteurs, un PWM et un second pour le rétroéclairage. Les deux ventilateurs sont paramétrables via le logiciel iCUE de la marque. Il vous permettra de customiser les effets lumineux mais aussi d’opter pour le mode ZERO RPM. 

Les tuyaux ont une longueur de 350 mm et sont recouverts d’une gaine protectrice en nylon blanc.

Le radiateur sur lequel viendront prendre place les ventilateurs mesure 277 mm de longueur pour une largeur de 120 mm et une hauteur de 27 mm.

le combo pompe/waterblock qui dispose déjà de la fixation Intel pré-installée. Le kit est compatible avec les sockets suivants : Intel 115x | Intel 2011/2066 | AMD AM3/AM2 | AMD AM4 | AMD TR4. La base est en cuivre et sur le top du dessus, on retrouve l’inscription Corsair ainsi que 16 leds adressables.

☆ Installation :

La première étape consiste à venir fixer les deux ventilateurs sur le radiateur. Corsair met à votre disposition des vis de serrage mais qui étrangement me paraissent un peu trop longue. Par contre, point positif, elles sont doublées et son au nombre de 16 (pour du push/pull).

Point négatif, il faut forcer un minimum pour vissés les visses la première fois, en effet, les visses vont venir aplatir les ailettes du radiateur situé en dessous des trous de vissage... Je trouvais ça vraiment bizarre et pas terrible, mais c''est bien comme ça que Corsair a prévu les choses.

Après avoir eu le service de Corsair au téléphone, cela ne change en rien au performances, et permet un meilleur maintient, et est prévu pour des dizaines de montage / démontage. Bref ça reste un point négatif à mes yeux de devoir abîmé les ailettes du radiateur à peine sortie de son emballage ! Mais ca reste invisible vu que les trous de vissage cache le dessous.

La seconde étape consiste à placer la backplate de maintien à l’arrière de votre carte mère et de serrer les 4 vis à double filets.

Placez le module de refroidissement sur votre processeur et serrer les 4 écrous. Pas de risque lors du serrage puisque les vis bénéficient d’un filet limité en hauteur. Ce qui signifie que lorsque que vous arrivez à la fin de celui-ci, la vis se bloque.

Le logiciel Corsair iCue

Le logiciel maison de Corsair permet de contrôler et synchroniser l’éclairage RGB de votre refroidisseur avec tous les dispositifs compatibles iCUE. Il permet aussi de surveiller la température du processeur et du liquide de refroidissement, ainsi que régler la vitesse des ventilateurs et de la pompe. Le profil de refroidissement Zero RPM permet de mettre les ventilateurs à l’arrêt lorsque la température est basse afin d’éliminer leur bruit. Ceux-ci se réactiveront lorsque la température du liquide dépassera les 45°C.

☆ La phase de test :

Le processeur est un I7 cadencé à 4.6Ghz (pâte thermique métal liquide de chez Thermal Grizzly (la Conductonaut).
Cette dernière étant la meilleure pâte thermique du marché actuellement avec la coolaboratory.

Quoi qu''il en soit, et pour éviter que le bruit des ventilateurs vous dérange, la vitesse maximale a ne pas dépasser est de 1700 rpm (au-delà le bruit devient très dérangeant).
Mais pour être franc, quand je fait tourner mon processeur à 100% sous stress test, ce dernier ne dépasse pas les 60° avec une vitesse de ventilateurs à 680rpm.

Oui oui vous avez bien lu... la vitesse des ventilateurs est très bas, pour un stress test qui a durée 4h00 non-stop (2h sous Cinebench R15 / r20 / OCCT... et 2h également sous Prime 95 sans coupure).

Je suis monter au maximum de rotation possible ~2200rpm, ou la température est en chute libre, mais le bruit est très dérangeant. J''ai baissé petit à petit, pour trouver le top entre performances / températures / bruit.

Après, Prime 95 est extrêmement gourmand et le processeur prend cher durant cette période en plus de son overclocking ! Donc 60° maximum sous 680 rotations des ventilateurs, la performances est bien présente !

Pour les personnes ne voulant pas s''embêter à paramétré la vitesses des ventilateurs sous le bios, dans ce cas, sous le logiciel ICUE (prononciation : Aille qu-you et non par lettre, hein... haha) activé le mod extrem, qui fera tourner les ventilateurs aux environs de 650-700 rotations minute.

La pompe doit tourner au maximum en permanence elle. Ne jamais ralentir la pompe ! Branchez la sur CPU_FAN et les ventilateurs sur OPT_fan par exemple. Le liquide doit toujours circuler à pleine bourre ! Et non la pompe ne fait pas de bruit. Au pire vous entendrez quelques bulle d''air lors du premier démarrage, mais ce bruit va très vite s''atténuer, pour ne plus l''entendre du tout.

☆ Conclusion :

Voilà pour ce que j''ai à dire, donc je recommande cet All In One (A.I.O), qui, pour un 240mm est aussi performant que beaucoup de 360 ! En plus d''un esthétique vraiment très classe ! Ne maq hésiter !

PS : Vérifiez l''espace entre le radiateur et les Ram, personnellement, j''ai pris des ram conventionnelle, pour que ça puisse passer. Après, le boitier sur la photo est un moyen-tour ! N''hésitez pas à prendre les mesures pour éviter tout problèmes à la réception !

Si mon message vous a aidé, N''hésitez pas à me le faire savoir, à la moindre question, n''hésitez pas, je reçois les notifications, je vous répondrez aussi vite que possible.

Cordialement.
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Stormflora
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Lots of things to take note of; read this before buying!
Reviewed in Canada on February 12, 2020
TL;DR: Fans are not RGB. Cable management sucks, so connect all cables before installation. iCUE software is a required download. I was forced to upgrade from a Noctua NH-D15 to this cooler due to system instability. After I overhauled my system and upgraded everything, I...See more
TL;DR: Fans are not RGB. Cable management sucks, so connect all cables before installation. iCUE software is a required download. I was forced to upgrade from a Noctua NH-D15 to this cooler due to system instability. After I overhauled my system and upgraded everything, I noticed that my temperatures would reach the high 90s at 100% load with my old cooler. The primary culprit: I changed my case to a micro ATX that had very poor airflow. With an overclocked i7-8086k at 5 GHz, I tried a 100% load burn test to see what my temperatures would hit with this cooler. In the iCUE software (which you have to download separately), I set the fans to Balanced and the pump to Extreme. (I couldn''t set the fans to Extreme because they were too loud for my liking.) I capped off at the high 80s. I reduced my load temperatures by about 10C with this cooler, which is great. Now, issues. For one thing, although the instructions are simple, the installation process is not. I ended up spending two hours to install this cooler, and I am not new to computers. Why did it take so long? Because of cable management. That alone took up 95% of the entire process. If you want to save yourself time and frustration, connect all of the cables first before you screw anything into the computer, or just don''t bother hiding the cables behind the case. Aside from cable management, everything else was a breeze to install. The included instructions work fine, as well as the official Corsair tutorial on YouTube. Unlike what other reviewers have mentioned, I did not experience any issues with the screws. They fit just fine. Chances are, they had bad luck with quality control. This cooler uses its own external power via SATA. This means that you have to dedicate SATA power to this cooler, which might not be easy to accommodate if you have a lot of storage drives using up your SATA cords already. The CPU fan header that connects to the motherboard is merged with this SATA cable, which further frustrates cable management. The pump''s RGB and the fan speeds are controlled by the iCUE software, which requires a dedicated USB connection. Strangely, the iCUE software clashes with the ASUS Aura Sync software, which means that iCUE will take precedence over whatever you set Aura Sync to for your motherboard. You can''t turn it off. This means that you have to run the ASUS Aura Sync software each time you boot your computer, or else iCUE will take over. This wouldn''t have been an issue if iCUE could control the RGB on my GPU as well, which it sadly doesn''t. Also, the fans on this cooler are NOT RGB. Only the pump has RGB on it. You need your own 120mm RGB fans if you want to have RGB. With this in mind, I''m not sure if the price of this cooler is justified. You could probably get similar performance with a cheaper cooler that has RGBs (like one of Corsair''s older models). Overall, the cooler does what it''s advertised to do. It''s pretty barebones and doesn''t really introduce anything new besides maybe a few degrees off the next best cooler, if you even notice it.
TL;DR: Fans are not RGB. Cable management sucks, so connect all cables before installation. iCUE software is a required download.

I was forced to upgrade from a Noctua NH-D15 to this cooler due to system instability. After I overhauled my system and upgraded everything, I noticed that my temperatures would reach the high 90s at 100% load with my old cooler. The primary culprit: I changed my case to a micro ATX that had very poor airflow.

With an overclocked i7-8086k at 5 GHz, I tried a 100% load burn test to see what my temperatures would hit with this cooler. In the iCUE software (which you have to download separately), I set the fans to Balanced and the pump to Extreme. (I couldn''t set the fans to Extreme because they were too loud for my liking.) I capped off at the high 80s. I reduced my load temperatures by about 10C with this cooler, which is great.

Now, issues. For one thing, although the instructions are simple, the installation process is not. I ended up spending two hours to install this cooler, and I am not new to computers. Why did it take so long? Because of cable management. That alone took up 95% of the entire process. If you want to save yourself time and frustration, connect all of the cables first before you screw anything into the computer, or just don''t bother hiding the cables behind the case.

Aside from cable management, everything else was a breeze to install. The included instructions work fine, as well as the official Corsair tutorial on YouTube. Unlike what other reviewers have mentioned, I did not experience any issues with the screws. They fit just fine. Chances are, they had bad luck with quality control.

This cooler uses its own external power via SATA. This means that you have to dedicate SATA power to this cooler, which might not be easy to accommodate if you have a lot of storage drives using up your SATA cords already. The CPU fan header that connects to the motherboard is merged with this SATA cable, which further frustrates cable management. The pump''s RGB and the fan speeds are controlled by the iCUE software, which requires a dedicated USB connection.

Strangely, the iCUE software clashes with the ASUS Aura Sync software, which means that iCUE will take precedence over whatever you set Aura Sync to for your motherboard. You can''t turn it off. This means that you have to run the ASUS Aura Sync software each time you boot your computer, or else iCUE will take over. This wouldn''t have been an issue if iCUE could control the RGB on my GPU as well, which it sadly doesn''t.

Also, the fans on this cooler are NOT RGB. Only the pump has RGB on it. You need your own 120mm RGB fans if you want to have RGB. With this in mind, I''m not sure if the price of this cooler is justified. You could probably get similar performance with a cheaper cooler that has RGBs (like one of Corsair''s older models).

Overall, the cooler does what it''s advertised to do. It''s pretty barebones and doesn''t really introduce anything new besides maybe a few degrees off the next best cooler, if you even notice it.
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Insomnia sapien
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Corsair Aio. Wish I got one year''s ago.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on October 21, 2020
This is my first Aio Corsair cooler. I had limited space in my Corsair carbide case. Always make sure you have room before purchasing. Really important. It''s really easy to install. Plenty of instructions. And vids on YouTube. I did notice on first boot up. That the pump...See more
This is my first Aio Corsair cooler. I had limited space in my Corsair carbide case. Always make sure you have room before purchasing. Really important. It''s really easy to install. Plenty of instructions. And vids on YouTube. I did notice on first boot up. That the pump and fan''s, where at extreme mode. After installing icue software. I had no idea how to turn or change the speed. At first glance. I thought, I had plugged the aio fan wire in the wrong header. You need CPU fan header. Instead of Aio pump fan header. Which is common mastake. This will cause fan error on boot up. Won''t load in to windows 10. So don''t bother. It''s CPU header that you need to use. Once in icue software. Scroll to Corsair aio. Then you will see quiet, balenced, Extreme. What you need to do is click on each one separately to change them,To quite. It''s bad design. One click for all would have been perfect. Now your entire system will silent and blissful. I ran furmark and cpuz, heaven . To stress my system.And test there is good contact with CPU. Even pre applied thermal paste is good. Happy to say . My I7 8700k OC 5.0ghz. Idle 30c During gaming or heavy load 50c.tops. Super happy. RGB is just right. Looks great. The fans really are silent. Compared to corsair rgb one''s. I really recommend this cooler to anyone who is thinking of upgrading from massive air cooler to Aio water cooling. My pc system also looks more spacious inside. Compared to before. Thanks Amazon again.
This is my first Aio Corsair cooler.
I had limited space in my Corsair carbide case.
Always make sure you have room before purchasing. Really important.
It''s really easy to install.
Plenty of instructions.
And vids on YouTube.
I did notice on first boot up.
That the pump and fan''s, where at extreme mode.
After installing icue software.
I had no idea how to turn or change the speed.
At first glance.
I thought, I had plugged the aio fan wire in the wrong header.
You need CPU fan header. Instead of Aio pump fan header.
Which is common mastake.
This will cause fan error on boot up.
Won''t load in to windows 10.
So don''t bother.
It''s CPU header that you need to use.
Once in icue software.
Scroll to Corsair aio.
Then you will see quiet, balenced, Extreme.
What you need to do is click on each one separately to change them,To quite.
It''s bad design.
One click for all would have been perfect.
Now your entire system will silent and blissful.
I ran furmark and cpuz, heaven . To stress my system.And test there is good contact with CPU. Even pre applied thermal paste is good.
Happy to say . My I7 8700k OC 5.0ghz.
Idle 30c
During gaming or heavy load 50c.tops.
Super happy.
RGB is just right. Looks great.
The fans really are silent.
Compared to corsair rgb one''s.
I really recommend this cooler to anyone who is thinking of upgrading from massive air cooler to Aio water cooling.
My pc system also looks more spacious inside.
Compared to before.
Thanks Amazon again.
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Benjamin Taylor
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Great other then the annoying clicking :/
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 12, 2020
Just got it and fitted it - I’ve been building pcs for a long time so used to fitting aio’s This one is easy to fit and great quality, RGB looks amazing and the whole process was good. But downside - it’s clicking. Usually there’s a bit of noise on first use for a while if...See more
Just got it and fitted it - I’ve been building pcs for a long time so used to fitting aio’s This one is easy to fit and great quality, RGB looks amazing and the whole process was good. But downside - it’s clicking. Usually there’s a bit of noise on first use for a while if there are air bubbles In The system but after the usual bedding in period and some checks, it seems like the motor is dry or poorly mounted internally. I’ve re-seated, run at different angles to check water flow, and still it clicks. Maybe a manufacturing error but still disappointing from what is usually a great brand. Just my experience - maybe customer service will sort it out
Just got it and fitted it - I’ve been building pcs for a long time so used to fitting aio’s

This one is easy to fit and great quality, RGB looks amazing and the whole process was good.

But downside - it’s clicking. Usually there’s a bit of noise on first use for a while if there are air bubbles In The system but after the usual bedding in period and some checks, it seems like the motor is dry or poorly mounted internally.

I’ve re-seated, run at different angles to check water flow, and still it clicks. Maybe a manufacturing error but still disappointing from what is usually a great brand.

Just my experience - maybe customer service will sort it out
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Neil F
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
AVOID. Software is poor, cooling is poor, loud pump. Broken after 2 weeks.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on April 8, 2020
I had a CoolerMaster ML240 previously and temperatures were around 33C idle. With this cooler I get 44-46C IDLE on my 8700k. I''ll admit it''s clocked up to 5Ghz turbo - but this is IDLE, when nothing is happening and cpu usage is very low. . Where it improves slightly on the...See more
I had a CoolerMaster ML240 previously and temperatures were around 33C idle. With this cooler I get 44-46C IDLE on my 8700k. I''ll admit it''s clocked up to 5Ghz turbo - but this is IDLE, when nothing is happening and cpu usage is very low. . Where it improves slightly on the old one is at heavy load. I can run a synthetic load and the max is not as high as it was previously. But not by much. After 10 mins at that load, it''s hitting 90C. Gaming is a bit better and realistically it''s hitting around 62C, averaging out over a few hours. The software is atrocious. Its not a normal app, runs in a DX/OGL window, so your overlays for e.g. RTSS show up in it, which is how I know it''s running at 150FPS. Why is that even needed? I need to go into the software then settings and restart the Corsair service AT LEAST once a day because the LEDs are either jammed on or I head a random device disconnect sound and the LEDs have reset to hardware defaults. It''s happened AGAIN while I''ve written this review, thats about 30 minutes since last time. And caused me to drop it down to a 3 Star. It''s not that quiet either. The pump is loud compared to the CoolerMaster too. Overall I''m not that impressed for the money I spent. I''d try looking at a different cooler. EDIT: 2 weeks later and the USB control has packed in completely. No LEDs light up and the fans run to 100% constantly. Support from corsair is pending but I''m not expecting very good service based on the quality of the product. EDIT2: Another 1 week has passed and support are unable to help. I''ve returned the product through Amazon as requested by support for a refund.
I had a CoolerMaster ML240 previously and temperatures were around 33C idle.

With this cooler I get 44-46C IDLE on my 8700k. I''ll admit it''s clocked up to 5Ghz turbo - but this is IDLE, when nothing is happening and cpu usage is very low. .

Where it improves slightly on the old one is at heavy load. I can run a synthetic load and the max is not as high as it was previously. But not by much. After 10 mins at that load, it''s hitting 90C.

Gaming is a bit better and realistically it''s hitting around 62C, averaging out over a few hours.

The software is atrocious. Its not a normal app, runs in a DX/OGL window, so your overlays for e.g. RTSS show up in it, which is how I know it''s running at 150FPS. Why is that even needed?

I need to go into the software then settings and restart the Corsair service AT LEAST once a day because the LEDs are either jammed on or I head a random device disconnect sound and the LEDs have reset to hardware defaults.
It''s happened AGAIN while I''ve written this review, thats about 30 minutes since last time. And caused me to drop it down to a 3 Star.

It''s not that quiet either. The pump is loud compared to the CoolerMaster too.

Overall I''m not that impressed for the money I spent. I''d try looking at a different cooler.

EDIT: 2 weeks later and the USB control has packed in completely. No LEDs light up and the fans run to 100% constantly.

Support from corsair is pending but I''m not expecting very good service based on the quality of the product.

EDIT2: Another 1 week has passed and support are unable to help. I''ve returned the product through Amazon as requested by support for a refund.
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HIGH-PERFORMANCE RGB PUMP HEAD

The ELITE CAPELLIX cooler pump head houses 33 ultra-bright CAPELLIX RGB LEDs to go along with its RGB fans. When you add powerful, low-noise cooling to the mix, your system will look great and will run even better.

CHANGE UP YOUR LOOK

Each ELITE CAPELLIX CPU cooler includes two separate pump caps. The pre-installed pump cap is a stylish, glossy white, while the alternate pump cap is more transparent to let your CAPELLIX LEDs shine through.

TURN ANY CASE INTO A SMART CASE

Harness the power of iCUE with the included iCUE Commander CORE to control the fan speed and RGB lighting for the included ML RGB fans, with the potential to control additional CORSAIR RGB fans, up to a total of six.

*Additional fans sold separately.

Features & details

Features

  • A high-performance RGB pump head provides powerful, low-noise cooling for your CPU, lit by 33 ultra-bright CAPELLIX RGB LEDs.
  • Includes a CORSAIR iCUE Commander CORE Smart RGB Lighting and Fan Speed Controller, for precise speed and lighting control over up to six RGB fans.
  • Two 120mm CORSAIR ML RGB Magnetic Levitation PWM fans deliver powerful airflow for extreme CPU cooling performance, with eight RGB LEDs per fan.
  • Accurately control your cooling via PWM, adjusting fan speeds from 400 to 2,400 RPM.
  • A brilliant white finish on the pump cap, radiator, and fan housing reflects light for brighter lighting and fits right in with a modern white RGB build.
  • Zero RPM fan profiles in CORSAIR iCUE software allow fans to stop entirely at low temperatures, eliminating fan noise.
  • CORSAIR iCUE software allows you to adjust fan and pump speeds, control and synchronize your cooler’s RGB lighting with all iCUE-compatible devices, and monitor CPU and coolant temperatures, all from a single intuitive interface.
  • A split-flow copper cold plate and high-density stack of 128 micro-skived fins-per-inch provide highly efficient cooling at all loads.
  • A centrifugal pump delivers a flow rate of up to 0.82L/min while generating less than 20 dBA, for extreme cooling with low noise.
  • A 240mm radiator with a high surface area for powerful cooling.

Product information 240mm , Elite Capellix , RGB Pump + Fans White

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    Additional Information

  • Customer Reviews: 4.7 out of 5 stars 7,842Reviews
  • Best Sellers Rank:
    #13 in Computer CPU Cooling Fans

Warranty & Support

Amazon.com Return Policy: You may return any new computer purchased from Amazon.com that is "dead on arrival," arrives in damaged condition, or is still in unopened boxes, for a full refund within 30 days of purchase. Amazon.com reserves the right to test "dead on arrival" returns and impose a customer fee equal to 15 percent of the product sales price if the customer misrepresents the condition of the product. Any returned computer that is damaged through customer misuse, is missing parts, or is in unsellable condition due to customer tampering will result in the customer being charged a higher restocking fee based on the condition of the product. Amazon.com will not accept returns of any desktop or notebook computer more than 30 days after you receive the shipment. New, used, and refurbished products purchased from Marketplace vendors are subject to the returns policy of the individual vendor.
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