Corsair iCUE H100i Elite LCD XT Liquid CPU Cooler - IPS LCD Screen - Two AF120 RGB Elite Fans - 240mm Radiator - Fits Intel® LGA 1700, AMD® AM5, and More - Included iCUE Commander CORE - Black ELITE LCD XT 240mm Radiator Black
Model Number: CW-9060074-WW
Corsair iCUE H100i Elite LCD XT Liquid CPU Cooler - IPS LCD Screen - Two AF120 RGB Elite Fans - 240mm Radiator - Fits Intel® LGA 1700, AMD® AM5, and More - Included iCUE Commander CORE - Black ELITE LCD XT 240mm Radiator Black is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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The CORSAIR iCUE H100i ELITE LCD XT Liquid CPU Cooler delivers powerful, customized cooling for your CPU, with a personalized LCD screen that displays GIFs, images, and system information. CORSAIR AF RGB ELITE PWM fans produce incredible low-noise airflow with speeds up to 2,100 RPM, using AirGuide technology for concentrated cooling to disperse heat along a 240mm radiator. Connect to the included CORSAIR iCUE COMMANDER CORE and powerful CORSAIR iCUE software to orchestrate synchronized RGB lighting and adjust fan speeds for up to six fans. With pre-applied CORSAIR XTM70 premium thermal paste on a thermally optimized copper cold plate, and easy installation on the latest CPU brackets including Intel® LGA 1700 and AMD® AM5, the H100i ELITE LCD XT puts your CPU cooling on full display.
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|10.91"L x 4.72"W x 1.06"H
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|February 15, 2023
|4.2 4.2 out of 5 stars 2,231 ratings 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Dopo qualche settimana di utilizzo posso dire che in generale è davvero silenzioso, solo con le ventole oltre il 75/80 % diventa rumoroso. La dissipazione è ottima anche in modalità silenziosa. La pompa è impercettibile anche al massimo della velocità. Con un Ryzen 9 5950x + overclock (assorbimento 250 Watt circa) mantiene la CPU entro i 76/77° C e la temperatura del liquido refrigerante non supera i 48°C. La costruzione è ben fatta e l'installazione del radiatore davvero intuitiva. Le bretelle per l'adattamento su socket AM4 della pompa sarebbero state migliori se fossero state un unico blocco metallico. Risulta fastidioso mantenerle ferme mentre si tiene in posizione la pompa a contatto con CPU e pasta termica. E' costoso rispetto ad altre soluzioni ma la qualità c'è e il design pure.
It was pretty cool... Up until I started noticing a very obvious hum. You'd swear it came from a horror flick, too. Perfect for Halloween. Not so much for the rest of the year. In any case I contacted Corsair about it, ended up exchanging it and had the same issue. But the second one didn't have the creepy sound to it. It was just an annoying hum that got overwhelmingly loud as the fans sped up. I could individually press on each fan and get it to stop briefly, but then other fans would start doing it. A change of fans later - and it still did it. I had read that this was sort of a hit of miss thing with these coolers. While it worked great, it was very annoying having that sound radiating up across my work space. Corsair's customer service was fantastic. That is until they changed how they did things and forced me to go back through the website to continue getting help. The Rep I'd been speaking with (shoutout Matthew) was fantastic and very helpful. And very prompt with responses. Ultimately though, thanks to Corsair forcing me back through the website, and the fan swap out (and new unit) not seeming to resolve the issue, I ended up returning it. Now - as I said there's been reports online that this is a hit or miss thing. It could just be a matter of their design vs case design causing some weird harmonic reverberation that increases with fan speed (for obvious reasons) so I can't call it flawed necessarily. Just bad luck with my particular case. I did get a cooler from another brand (coughArcticcough) and haven't experienced the same issue as this one. I'm using the Lian Li Lancool 216 case just as an FYI.
Super easy to install, even for a sausage-fingered ape like myself. Cools brilliantly; Ryzen 9 7950X3D going at full-chat is not an easy thing to keep cool, but this manages it well and looks great too. Even comes with thermal paste pre-applied, which is nice. However, it does suffer a few design faults, especially for those of you using smaller cases: 1) The hoses are fairly short and bulky. So if you're front-mounting the radiator, you may struggle to find clearance between your GPU and case to allow the hoses to reach the CPU. Which might mean you'll have to install the radiator upside-down (Not ideal or advisable). 2) The RGB controller box is a thicc-boi. Easy enough to manage with good cable-management, but again, smaller cases might find it too bulky behind the side-cover of the case. 3) iCue.
Efficiente ma, In genere, non silenziosissimo, anche quando impostato tutto su "bilanciato". Montato su top del cabinet, con le ventole "sottosopra", almeno nel pezzo che ho acquistato io, due ventole fanno un rumore strano, come se andassero su e giù, a velocità "bilanciato". Per ora, ne ho sostituita una...poi, vedrò. Per un prodotto che costa quasi 400€ non va bene.
This got the full five stars save installation. That depends on your computer case, space, orientation, processor and experience. Existing systems, you're more than likely pulling out your motherboard. That said, Corsair provides you more than enough hardware for installation. Intel LGA 1700 hardware comes standard, as does older Intel, AMD and Thread Ripper. Corsair even includes the hardware in the box do do a push/pull radiator setup (which I did). So no trips to the hardware store looking for extra screws etc. Required connections: One pin (either pump or cpu fan) on motherboard used as a 'tach' wire to show the motherboard there is a cooler installed. On the motherboard USB connection (requires two but cooler comes with a USB splitter cable meaning you need only occupy one USB motherboard connection. Finally a SATA power connector, all three of which connections are present in most all even semi-modern computers. The Pump and three fans are run by an included commander module which can operate RGB and RPMs of up to six fans. Three fans are included with the kit for the radiator. These are magnetic levitation fans, meaning no bearings. This means no bearings, less noise, better RPM slew and quieter. IE the fan is 100 percent indepenant from the fan chassis. Corsair's free software ICUE is a must to control the RGB and the screen on the waterblock. The screen is very clear, supports .gif(s) and .jpeg(s). I have mine set to monitor CPU and GPU temp but all of this is easily changed should you like to set up lighting/performance profiles in the software. NOTE: The software seems a bit resource heavy and is a little tricky for beginners, but you're not going to blow anything up. Running the ICUE software is not required for this pump and fans to throttle/operate (as the motherboard can control them) but HIGLY recommended. I'd call it a MUST. If not, you're just wasting money. I include that because in the event the software fails, or something else goes wrong, the cooler will still function properly. NOTE: I found cable length for all connections to be more than long enough for a nice clean look in what I'd call a large mid-tower case (Corsair 5000D). Thermal paste is included pre-applied on the water block, and my previous experiences with Corsair's factory paste are good. This stuff I rubbed off and used Thermal Grizzly instead. Not a required step, but some of the best compound out there. So to the primary point, HOW WELL DOES IT COOL? Well it's not the best out there, but HARDLY the worst. It's in the bounds of a top tier cooler with only a few being better, and those that are, are not by much (a degree or 2) and around the same price with far less features. Results may vary (everyone's case cooling is different), but with an overclocked Intel I7, 13700k I am running near ambient room temperature at idle (27-30C) and under Prime 95 (pretty much the hardest stress test you can give a CPU around 86C after 15-20 minutes. Those temperatures, to keep it simple, are VERY good temperatures to see on a chip that is know to run on the hotter side of things even without an overclock. It's a quiet cooler with a lot of features, and easy to install, again depending on your case and experience. If you do not have experience building computers I would NOT recommend trying to install this yourself, but then, I'd say the same for any other cooler. Have someone that knows what they're doing help you, better yet help and teach you.