Corsair have upgraded their flagship All in One coolers and are now introducing the H150i Pro which is now in a 360mm variant and comes with 3 magnetic levitating fans (ML for short) and RGB on the case plate. There is also the H115i Pro, which is similar to the H110i, except it has the near silent ML 140mm fans and RGB on the base plate too. So although you do lose a couple of degrees (and keep in mind this is on the high end x299 gear), you gain so much more in terms of lower noise. They also come with a 5 year warranty to boot too, not too bad at all!
**US** (note: the included ML fans with the pro coolers are quieter than normal ML fans due to a lower max RPM speed).
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Great review! I especially liked the IR-shots. However, you missed a few points:
- The fans can actually turn off completely while the liquid inside the cooler is under 45'C.
- These are not the original ML-series fans (even though they look identical). The H115i Pro's included fans (140mm) are capped at 1200rpm@100%, while the original ML140 is 2000rpm. The H150i Pro's included fans (120mm) are capped at 1600rpm@100%, while the original ML120 is 2400rpm. Just something to keep in mind if someone decides to upgrade their existing radiator fans to the separately sold ML-series.
Yeah, I don't understand why they would cap them and reduce flexibility. They seem to be identical to the separately sold, if I look at stats. I can't quite believe they could be so far modified to have a significant performance advantage at low RPM that they couldn't deliver more RPM than 1200. I could very much imagine though that this is a marketing decision to not infringe on the other sets.
It's good to know that the lack of RPM on the Pro version doesn't make that much of a difference, but I hate artifically limited flexibility.
Hey mate, I need proper help! I would like to buy a new 4K system for the following applications: Lumion 8, Sketchup, Vectorworks, Rhino 6, Adobe Photoshop and InDesign, which are primarily architectural applications (Renderings and stuff like that - 2D and 3D). In terms of better performance, should I go for an Intel Core i9-7900X, 10x 3.30GHz or Intel Core i7-8700K, 6x 3.70GHz? Folllowing the other components:
Mainboard for the i9: MSI X299 Gaming Pro Carbon AC,
Mainboard for the i7: ASUS ROG Strix Z370-E Gaming,
SSD: Samsung SSD 960 PRO 512GB, M.2,
RAM: Corsair Vengeance RGB schwarz DIMM Kit 64GB, DDR4-2666,
GPU: MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming X Trio, 11GB GDDR5X,
CPU Cooler: Corsair Hydro Series H150i Pro,
PSU: be quiet! Straight Power 10-CM 600W,
Does these new Corsair Coolers have they fixed the issue with the fan grinding noise when they are is high RPM or in other words, I've had the H100i and now the H110i and from what I can tell anytime they are in high RPM it will make a grinding like noise until the fan rpm's come down.
i had the cooler master 280mm cooler and i just finish up hooking this corsair h115i pro up and already see my cpu temps went from 32-28 with the cooler master to lower 20s with this corsair and the fans are much quiet than the cooler master 2-140mm only issue is that i have no more USB ports available to hook the USB to the corsair ling i try hooking it up to the commander pro USB but nothing showing up
I have an Intel i7700K CPU overlcocked to 5Ghz at 1.284v with a Cooler Master air cooler, my temps idle is around 35c and under load, can reach 80c. so I bought the Corsair H150i Pro, haven't installed yet. hopefully soon when I have time. My motherboad is the Gigabyte Z170 Gaming 7. Are the mentioned temps acceptable for air cooling and will I benefit from the H150 Pro?
4:07 You say message Corsair and they can send you a TR4 bracket, but I just talked to them today (after reading forum posts from them saying it's coming) and they said they cannot give an ETA, but it's planned to come in Q1 2018. So why do you say it's already available when it's not? Or do you mean you can do that ONCE it is available?
BTW, what's your take on max temperatures for watercooling? I thought the system long-term reliablity might suffer with temperatures over 60°C. When you reach >90°C, that's die temperature? What temp does the coolant have at that point? (And does the set have a coolant sensor at pump and radiator, or just one, and if so, where does it sit?)
Hey mate, Ive got an ol H100i and the stock fans do seem a little loud.
Would it be a worthy upgrade to go for ML (4pin) fans?
The ML120 Pro RGB 120mm 3 pack seems pretty well priced considering the cost of 1 singular plain grey fan as well to sweeten the deal.
Nice video... I currently have the much older H100i GTX cooler... its kinda loud lol... I have been thinking of swapping cases and thought when I do that I would just get a new cooler as well... I have been considering the Noctua NH-D15S and am 99% leaning towards this air cooler mainly just to try something new and from the research I have done, this air cooler seems to do a GREAT job if not better than some AIO coolers, and its cheaper... I will be getting the Coolermaster Mastercase Pro 5 (new one when it comes out and clearance is 190mm which is enough for the Noctua cooler with both fans). Also corsair link is really annoying and buggy to use. So what do you guys reckon... get another AIO or go with my gut feeling and get the Noctua... I will also be getting more case fans (want 3 in the front, one in the back, and probably one or two on the top... with the air cooler....
About damn time Corsair comes out with a 360mm AIO, I don't like Custom loops as I'm always in my computer testing out stuff or changing parts. I've been using this Termaltake 360mm AIO while it does the job really well, the warranty on it is absolute crap.
Umm, it's probably not your fault, but those amazon pages you showed for the H150i PRO and the H115i PRO are mismatched. It shows the H150i PRO where the H115i PRO should be, and it shows the H115i PRO where the H150i PRO should be. Anyway, Great review!
Awesome!! Now I got a replacement with RGB for my H90 and still be able to stay with Corsair :)
I love my
Looks nice and serves me well..
Hey Bryan, big fan from Portugal. I am currently building a used pc at around 200€ for my girlfriend (valentines' surprise) and so far I have a fx6300 and a m5a78l (mATX). Now i am looking for cases but I was wondering how can i be sure that the motherboard will fit in the case that i pick, considering that it will be the only part that I will buy new.
Thanks in advance, hoping to see you grow even more!
Why are your ambient temps at 30C? No air conditioning, or is this a torture test? 7900X @ 94C?! What in the world, I have 5 cores at 4.7ghz, 5 at 4.5ghz and ONLY hours of Prime 95 can get my CPU 91C @ 24C ambient on a Kraken X62. Outside of prime, my idle is 38C max temps are 76C. Air conditioning is your friend.
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Hey, I'm new to the whole DIY PC thing, could you take a look at this motherboard and let me know if it's a good buy? Seems a little too good to be true, and I don't have a good idea of what I should look for.
I love your videos BTW. Keep it up!
Bryan, these RBG AIO's are pretty tempting for me, i just wish they had the 240mm version instead of a 280, i really dont want to go out and replace two of my Corsair LL120 fans attached to my current radiator
this is the thing about sellouts. he tested the 110 so he knows that it also has some rgb functionality maybe not as pretty, but he would also know that it has the same capability to change color based on zone temps.
4.5Ghz is the turbo bust max freq of the 7900X. That barely qualifies as an overclocking! 30C ambient temp is not very hot (I live in Greece).
The thing is, I want to buy a 7900X and 91C is not a good temp result. It means none of these coolers are good enough to overclock the 7900X.
Overclocking would man at least 5GHz, for the 7900X (+ I am aiming for the same motherboard as in the test, the X299 GAMING M7 ACK, which is only useful if you overclock CPU and mem)...
Anyway, thanks for the nice review! It's good to know that the H150i will, at least, keep the 7900X under 91C, cause I'm close to exceeding my budget...
Can anyone suggest a better AIO cooler, anyway?
did you just completely ignore what cpu he was using...
7900X is one of the hottest cpu's in the world mate.
10 cores / 20 threads... even at stock 240mm rads are not enough.
It is at 4.5ghz, these things require over 500 watts when overclocked.
Even people like Jay, using a full custom loop with TWO 360 Rads wouldn't be enough to tame X399.
listen next time. He isn't testing a fucking 7700k, he is testing one of the hottest cpu's in existence right now. ALSO, dude, it is AIDA64 stress testing, 90C in that will equate to 70C under gaming load usually.
My experience is one such.
It usually works like this, on my 1700 at 3.975ghz with 1.37v and optimized LLC in AIDA63 one hour stress i hit about 75-80 degrees C, in gaming I NEVER go above 55c.
AIDA stress - 20c in a good representation of gaming temps.
Let's be honest, this is a good 360 Rad, you just don't have the know to understand that there are components so strong that it doesn't matter WHAT cooling you have, the temps will be high.
I gotta disagree, i think, if they are done correctly, and complement your build's actual scheme, RGB can be a beautiful thing. Shoving a few RGB fans and some strips into your case, now that is fucking tacky.
It's nice to see you moving up in the world of PC Techtubers in terms of getting review hardware from the big names now. However, please don't forget your roots of budget hardware builds and hunting as they are the better videos in my opinion! Videos like these can be cookie-cutter-spec-reads and not relevant to the budget builders like myself.
The pump is made by Asetek they make most of the pumps that are used in all AIO water cooler systems no matter what brand they are sold under.
That being said this is the first Gen6 Asetek pump to hit the market.
I've seen a lot of dislike for the pump face in other reviews/videos of the Corsair Pro Rads. I think they look decent, but I do believe that they could have used more Corsair RGB bling. Thanks for the review TYC!
I water cooled my gtx 1080ti msi aero first time ever doing it didnt fail went nice g10 bracket and mudder heatsinks for vrm and went on cragslist because didnt want to wait for cooler got me a x61 kraken for 40 nib my case dont support 280mm on it so brought out the drill and it fit them just fine but also i do have a 240mm on cpu in front and the 280mm is up top
Hi everyone, recently started building a pc from scratch (first time) and I'm stuck on what processor to get. I'm stuck between -
Not sure which to get as in most benchmark videos they perform quite similarly, but maybe there are drawbacks that I haven't noticed to them. Any recommendations?
Great review keep up the good work, would love to see a used parts buyers guide for 2018, I wonder if some of the older platforms sandy bridge/ivy bridge are still viable options to a budget buyer in 2018
Those fans have to be hardware controlled?? That or special low RPM models.I’m using a 120mm ML and 140mm ML PRO and both get loud above 65%. At 100% they are louder than the LL fans but haven’t really rated the 120/140LL side by side with the ML.
I personally don't care for RGB lights but its not something that bothers me much. Its a feature that I don't mind having as I know a lot of people here love that RGB bling. But RGB products cost a lot more in India! BTW If someone is from India and looking for PC Parts then have a look at our website at technavneet(.)com ;) & Bryan I hope you don't mind this ;) Thank You. We are a relatively new/small company.
those ML fans was not running 100%.... i got 2 of them myself and when they run at just 1500 rpm theyre quite loud simply due to the fact that theyre pushing so much air. the fan itself might be dead quiet but all the air moving around is definitely not quiet. which is proven by your 'test' on the h110i. come on man