With some of the higher-end CPUs from both AMD and Intel, all but the largest heatsinks aren’t really the best option to get the most out of your CPU. So unless your case has room for a giant heatsink there is a good chance that you will be looking at water cooling. All in one water coolers are the most popular and Corsair is one of if not the biggest name in that market. I’ve used many of their AIOs including their H100i RGB Platinum SE which has RGB lighting on the pump and in and all-around its fans. The SE is expensive and unless you are into the crazy lighting you might be looking for an option with similar performance and quality but with less lighting. That is where the H100i RGB Pro XT comes in. It is the same pump and radiator design but it uses Corsairs non-RGB  ML series fans which should translate into extremely quiet performance without paying for all of the extra lighting. Today I’m going to take a look at the H100i RGB PRO XT and see if that is really the case.

Product Name: Corsair H100i RGB PRO XT

Review Sample Provided by: Corsair

Written by: Wes Compton

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Specifications

Cold Plate Material

Copper

Radiator Material

Aluminum

PWM

Yes

CORSAIR iCUE Compatibility

Yes

Tubing Length

380mm

Coldplate Dimensions

56 x 56mm

Tubing Material

Black Sleeved Low-Permeation Rubber

Radiator Dimensions

277mm x 120mm x 27mm

Fan Dimensions

120mm x 25mm

Fan Speed

2400 RPM

Number of Fans

2

Cooling Socket Support

Intel 1200, 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011, 2066

AMD AM4, AM3, AM2, sTRX4, sTR4

Lighting

RGB

Radiator Size

240mm

Fan Model

ML Series

Fan Control Method

PWM

AMD Processors Supports

Ryzen Threadripper

Ryzen

Phenom II

Athlon II

FX, A-Series

Opteron

Sempron

Athlon 64

Intel Processors Supported

Core i9

Core i7

Core i5

Core i3

Pentium

Celeron

Fan Airflow

75 CFM

Fan Static Pressure

4.2 mm-H2O

Noise Level

10 - 37 dBA

Warranty

Five years

 

 

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