Corsair Adds Three New All-In-One Liquid CPU Coolers H55 RGB, H100 RGB, and H150 RGB

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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  2. Tom Sunday

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    Amazing: Looks like multiple new AIO cooling products from many different sellers are entering the market on a daily basis. Must be a continued major profit making item. No clear direction though from Corsair on fitting "Alder Lake" or them supplying a "free retrofit" CPU mount for example to cover all the bases. And we are literally only months away from another huge "tech-shift" and hundreds of new matching ancilliary product introductions. I would also like to see Corsair offering a longer warranty then a mere 3-years. 5-years minimum or longer. With virtually thousands of AIO's having been sold over the many years, I would think that the developers by now would have figured out how to making them last longer or having invented a new cooling technology all together. We are way overdue for better AIO technology or better yet ridding ourselfs from water cooling and pumps all together. But unfortunately the same old...same old technology is prevailing but yet only with new RGB.
     
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    What kind of cpu / config would be suitable to be cooled by a 120mm AIO?
     
  4. KissSh0t

    KissSh0t Ancient Guru

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    I'm using a Corsair Hydro Series H60 V2 on my Ryzen 3600, I do have an extra fan on the rear of the radiator though, temperature's seem fine.
     

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    As long as Asetek holds a patent there will be absolutely no innovation in the US market. The patent is based on the idea of the pump and cooling block being stacked on top of one another. That is why the European AIO's are better and are allowed to actually innovate without paying a stupid licensing fee. Until that patent runs out in a few more years we are stuck with the same-old-same-old. Check some of the coolers that are reviewed here that are available only in Europe.
     
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