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Corsair iCUE H150i RGB PRO XT CPU Cooler Review

Corsair iCUE H150i RGB PRO XT CPU Cooler Review

As the second 360mm All-in-One liquid CPU cooler from Corsair, the iCUE H150i RGB Pro XT is built towards low noise operation and performance. It comes with three ML120 Pro 120mm PWM Premium Magnetic Levitation fans. The older Corsair Hydro Series H150i Pro RGB also came with three of these fans. One of the main differences is the H150i Pro RGB limited the ML120 fans to a maximum speed of 1600 RPM. On the H150i RGB Pro XT, the fans are able to spin up to their full 2400 RPM. This allows for more airflow for cooler CPU temperatures.

Using the iCUE software, it can allow the fans and water pump to run at different speeds depending on the selected mode. There are four modes: Quiet, Balanced, Extreme, and Zero RPM mode. Each mode has their own fan profiles optimized for silence or performance. Zero RPM mode will always keep the water pump running to prevent the CPU from overheating. At the same time, the fans remain off until the coolant temperature reaches 45C.

The Corsair H150i RGB Pro XT has a street price of $159.99 shipped and is backed by a five-year warranty. Let’s take a look at the specifications below and dive into the review.

Corsair iCUE H150i RGB PRO XT Specifications
Cooling WarrantyFive years
Cold Plate MaterialCopper
Radiator MaterialAluminum
CORSAIR iCUE CompatibilityYes
Tubing Length380mm
Coldplate Dimensions56 x 56mm
Tubing MaterialBlack Sleeved Low-Permeation Rubber
Radiator Dimensions397mm x 120mm x 27mm
Fan Dimensions120mm x 25mm
Fan Speed2400 RPM
Number of Fans3
Cooling Socket SupportIntel 1200, 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011, 2066
AMD AM4, AM3, AM2, sTRX4, sTR4
Radiator Size360mm
Fan ModelML Series
Fan Control MethodPWM
AMD Processors SupportsRyzen Threadripper
Phenom II
Athlon II
FX, A-Series
Athlon 64
Intel Processors SupportedCore i9, i7, i5, i3
Fan Airflow75 CFM
Fan Static Pressure4.2 mm-H2O
Noise Level10 – 37 dBA

Opening up the box, we are presented with the quick start and a warranty guide booklet. These two booklets sit on top of a white foam cover that protects the other accessories inside the box.

Removing the booklets and the white foam cover, we can see the water-cooling unit and its accessories nicely wrapped inside of a clear plastic bag. Everything is packed in a cardboard cutout, which will protect the components from minor damage during shipping.

With everything out of the box, we can see the different accessories that come with the H150i RGB Pro XT. Included in the box are the mounting hardware for various AMD and Intel sockets. There is also a USB cable for Corsair iCUE integration, which allows the iCUE software to control lighting and performance-based features within the cooler. Three ML Series PWM 120mm fans are also included with the cooling unit itself.

These ML Series PWM 120mm fans are the same fans from the previous H150i Pro RGB liquid CPU cooler. On the H150i RGB Pro XT, the unit allows the fans to spin up to their full 2400 RPM. On the H150i Pro RGB, they were limited to a maximum of 1600 RPM since it was built towards silence. Even at 2400 RPM, the fans still produce a respectable maximum airflow of 75 CFM at a 37 dBA.

The radiator measures in at 397mm x 120mm x 27mm. The thickness is pretty standard, which should not cause any interference with memory modules in most computer cases. It does have 12 rows of fins, which is more than adequate to allow the airflow to pass through the radiator without restriction.

To power the water pump and fans, there is a SATA cable that connects to any available SATA power port from the power supply unit. There is also a sensor cable that connects to the motherboard to monitor the speed of the water pump. Three labeled four-pin fan connectors are available to power the three provided fans. These plugs come directly from the pump to allow the Corsair iCUE software to control the fan speeds.

Taking a closer look at the water pump, the surface is mainly glossy with the Corsair logo placed in the center. The logo and the white LED ring around the logo do illuminate when the pump is powered on. Both the logo and LED ring are RGB capable.

The power and fan cables come out from the top side of the water pump. This is not the cleanest approach when it comes to cable management. It would be nice to have a detachable fan cable if the user decides not to plug the fans directly into the water pump.

Underneath the water block is a pre-applied layer of thermal compound over the copper base. The mounting mechanism is also different from the previous H150i Pro RGB as the copper base is no longer circular. This should allow more coverage for larger CPUs. On the side of the water block are some guide rails for installing the mounting hardware.

Here we can see the micro-USB port used to allow the H150i RGB Pro XT to communicate to the computer. One end of the included USB cable plugs into the pump and the other into an available USB 2.0 header on the motherboard.


Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT AIO CPU Cooler

First debuted with the A500 (its review here) in CES 2020, the H150i RGB PRO XT is the latest high-performance All-in-One liquid CPU cooler from Corsair. The massive 360 mm radiator and three ML series fans are here to cool even the most powerful and hottest processors. Let’s see how it fares in our benchmarks.


Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT AIO CPU Cooler

The H150i RGB PRO XT cooler is packaged in a large cardboard box in the usual Corsair’s yellow and black colors. Most useful information, like the hardware specifications and features, is located in the bottom, translated into eight different languages.

Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT AIO CPU Cooler

The “SUPER CHILLED” motto for Corsair’s cooling products is clearly printed on one side, while there is a list of compatible CPU sockets on the other.

Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT AIO CPU Cooler

Similar to most AIO liquid coolers, the H150i RGB PRO XT and its accessories are put inside a recyclable cardboard tray. The extra plastic bags and the piece of thin styrofoam on top should provide some additional protections.

Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT AIO CPU Cooler

There are three ML series cooling fans for the 360 mm radiator. The mounting brackets and screws support almost all recent CPU sockets. You can use the cooler on Intel’s latest LGA 1200 and LGA 2066 platforms, as well as AMD’s AM4 and sTR4. It is nice for Corsair to include a total of 24 fan screws, which is perfect for installing six fans for push-pull configuration.

A special Micro USB to 8-pin USB 2.0 cable can also be found inside, which is used to connect the CPU cooler to your computer for the iCUE software integration.

Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT AIO CPU Cooler

Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT AIO CPU Cooler

The H150i RGB PRO XT has a very compact and slick-looking CPU block, which houses the CoolIT-designed water pump inside. The pump motor spins up to 2650 RPM in our benchmarks. The surface is constructed from black glossy plastic with the “CORSAIR” logo in the center. LED rings are placed on both the top and the sides (360 degrees). The dedicated micro USB port is used to allow the iCUE software to control the pump, fans and RGB lighting.

Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT AIO CPU Cooler

The cooler uses a non-nickel-plated, but polished copper CPU contact base. Corsair does not specify how tiny their micro-channels, which are designed to increase the surface area for more efficient heat transfer. It has pre-applied thermal paste, which we will have replaced it with Noctua NT-H1 for benchmark consistency.

Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT AIO CPU Cooler

The H150i RGB PRO XT has a 360 mm thin radiator with aluminium fins and enclosure. It is 397 mm long, 120 mm wide and 27 mm thick. There are a total of 12 rows of cooling fins, which the fin density sits at roughly 19 to 20 fins per inch (FPI).

Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT AIO CPU Cooler

The cooler is fitted with around 390 mm of braided EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) rubber tubing, which has enough length and flexibility to install on different positions.

Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT AIO CPU Cooler

Corsair has matched the H150i RGB PRO XT with the same ML series fans from the A500 air cooler. The ML120 fan (31-005165) is equipped with a magnetic levitation bearing for lower friction and longer lifespan. It can spin from 400 RPM to 2400 RPM, which can create up to 75 CFM of airflow and 4.2 mmH2O of air pressure. There is no anti-vibration pad on the corners.

Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT AIO CPU Cooler

Coming out from the CPU block are a 3-pin pump connector, three 4-pin PWM fan splitters and a SATA power connector for additional power.


We have updated our CPU cooler tests to more reflect real-world cooling performance of coolers.

Testing Methodology

To find out how the cooler performs, a total of three benchmarks are included. AIDA64 is used to run a CPU stress test. CPU, FPU and system cache are all stressed to create as much heat output as possible. Also, Cinebench R15 and Cinebench R20 are used to simulate real-world CPU load (like video-editing or rendering). It will be run continuously for three times. The highest CPU package temperatures are recorded. Ambient temperature is around 24°C.

Results will be taken at a 50% fan speed and 100% speed, controlled via the motherboard CPU PWM fan header. Both single-fan and dual-fan configuration of the cooler will be tested.


Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT AIO CPU Cooler

At idle, the CPU package temperature sat at around 30°C. The H150i RGB PRO XT managed to keep the temp under 60°C with the ML120 fans running at full speed in the AIDA64 stress test. Lower the RPM to around 1300 lead to a 5°C increase.

Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT AIO CPU Cooler

The temperature both stayed at 60°C in Cinebench R15 and R20, when ramping up the fan to 100%. The highest recorded temp was at 66°C in Cinebench R20, which is 3°C greater than in R15.


The H150i RGB PRO XT performed respectably as a 360 mm AIO liquid cooler, which beat the Thermalright Turbo Right 240 and 360 C in two out of three benchmarks.


Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT AIO CPU Cooler

The H150i RGB PRO XT can be customized via the iCUE software. The RGB LEDs can be adjusted with pre-defined lighting effects, such as Rainbow, Wave and Marquee. They can be stored into the onboard memory, if you do not want to left the software to run in the background. The Notification section allows the software to perform actions, once certain parameters are met. For example, the LED will show different colors based on the CPU temperature. Or even safely shutting down the computer, if high temp is detected.

You can change the water pump and fans’ speeds into four settings: Quiet, Balanced, Extreme and Zero RPM. They will determine aggressiveness of the fan curves and noise levels.

There are 16 individually-addressable RGB lighting zones on the CPU block. Light is bright and vivid, which is diffused beautifully through the translucent plastic. Effects’ transitions are smooth.


Unboxing Treatment Recommendation

The Corsair H150i RGB PRO XT is an upgrade to the older PRO version, which has a different water pump and faster ML series fans. The build quality is great for both the CPU block and radiator. Cooling performance is decent, which was better than the all-copper Turbo Right 360 C. The iCUE software is comprehensive and heavily-customizable, but is required to continuously run in the background.

The ML120 fans create a generous amount of airflow through the radiator. The overall noise level remains reasonable, unless pushing the fan speed above 70%.

The H150i RGB PRO XT is priced $159.99 USD (MSRP), along with a 5-year warranty. It is not an affordable CPU cooler by all means, and probably overkill for an average consumer. For comparison, the NZXT Kraken X73 and Fractal Design Celsius+ S36 Primsa cost $179.99 USD and $199 USD respectively. If you want plenty of cooling potential for an overclocked processor, I think you definitely need to consider the H150i RGB PRO XT.

There are the 240 mm and 280 mm versions, named H100i and H115i RGB Pro XT, which are $40 USD and $20 USD cheaper.

You can purchase the cooler from your local/online resellers or the links below from Amazon and Newegg.

Thanks Corsair for providing us the cooler for review. (Review Sample)

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Corsair H150i Elite Capellix Review - Stellar Performance, High Price


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Corsair continues their march to dominance with a dedicated, almost cult-like following in the PC gaming market. Bolstered by a wide range of products that cover just about every market segment, from system memory and power supplies to cases, coolers, fans, and even custom systems, you could say Corsair pretty much does it all. Let it suffice to say they have come a long way since their founding in 1994.

Today's review focuses on the newly released H150i Elite Capellix all-in-one liquid cooler. Unlike Corsair's last few releases, this one brings with it their Capellix ARGB LEDs, which should make for quite the light show. Either way, like previous H150i models, the H150i Elite Capellix unit has a 360 mm radiator and uses Corsair's ML120 series fans. As such, there is plenty of heat dissipation area, and the fans are of top quality, so on paper, everything looks good, but that is not always actually the case, so let's take a closer look to see what Corsair is bringing to the table this time around.

MODEL:H150i Elite Capellix
SOCKET SUPPORT:Intel: LGA1150, LGA1151, LGA1155, LGA1156, LGA1200, LGA2011, LGA2011-3, LGA2066
AMD: AM2, AM3, AM4, FM1, FM2, sTR4, sTRX4
CPU BLOCK:Base Material: Copper
PUMP:RPM: not listed on box
RADIATOR:Dimensions: 397 x 120 x 27 mm
Material: Aluminium
FAN:Model: ML RGB 120 Series
Dimensions: 120 x 120 x 25 mm
Fan Speed: 400–2400 RPM
Fan Airflow: 75 CFM
Fan Noise: 20–36 dB(A)
FEATURES:High-performance RGB pump head with 33 Capellix LEDs
Corsair iCUE Commander CORE RGB lighting and fan-speed controller
3x Corsair ML 120 RGB fans
Zero RPM cooling mode
WARRANTY:Five years

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ハイエンド簡易水冷の実力は?~CORSAIR H150i PRO RGBを試す~

Corsair H150i PRO review - Introduction

Corsair Hydro Series H150i PRO

We review the new Corsair Hydro Series H150i PRO - an AIO Liquid cooler series that Corsair injects into the channel. With a tiny bit of RGB, bling Corsair promises to deliver ultra-silent performance with more than adequate cooling capacity. The H150i PRO is the big dawg in the new line-up, this cooler has a 360mm radiator with corresponding three 120mm fans. The 'I' in the naming refers towards LINK software. This allows you to program, customize and monitor this all-in-one liquid cooling solution for your processor. Armed with two ML (Magnetic Levitation) PWM based fans and that radiator the cooling capacity should be good. The Corsair's LINK applications will also allow you to customize LED lighting directly from the software.

These days you can pick a hundred different heatpipe based coolers, where many are shaped, formed and priced the same. The better heatpipe based coolers are good though. Next in line are LCS systems (liquid cooling), the entry-level products are affordable, easy to install pre-fab liquid cooling kits. We've seen and tested many of them as Corsair, Asetek, CoolIT, NZXT, Cooler Master and so on, all have interesting kits. The bigger problem is cooling performance. The gear behind these kits are good yet the performance is often battling a small included 120mm radiator with thin tubing and lacking coolant levels due to missing reservoirs. To compensate FAN RPM goes up making a good looking product noisy again. With that in mind Corsair started to develop a new H series (for Hydro) coolers. The product we test in specific is the Corsair H150 PRO. It is an updated design based on the previous models, yet with new cooling block and regulated control for pump and fans. Next to that what's interesting is that this product (for this review) is based on a 360mm radiator which gives it quite a bit of cooling surface area. It is a cooler series that is easy on the eyes, has very subtle RGB lighting with control and comes with a relatively tool free installation. The unit will offer good performance, not exceptional as key for this release are low noise levels. In fact, especially for this new product, you can select an optional 0-DBA mode. As long as the coolant stays under 40 Degrees C the fans do not spin, which is something we have seen for the past two years on most graphics cards we well. The H150i PRO is compatible with Corsair's LINK software. You hook up the LCS unit towards a USB port and then the software allows you to program, customize and monitor this easy to install liquid cooling solution.

So without further ado, let's have a peek at the Hydro Series Corsair H150i PRO and then head onwards into the review.




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corsair Logo Corsair Corsair Hydro H150i Pro 360mm RGB Water Cooling Kit

Compatible Intel Sockets

LGA 2066, 2011, 2011-3, 1150, 1151, 1156, 1366

Compatible AMD Sockets

FM1, FM2, AM2, AM3

CPU Water Block

CPU Water Block Material


CPU Water Block LED


Radiator Specifications

Radiator Material


Radiator Dimensions

396mm x 120mm x 27mm

Fan Specifications

Fan System

3 x 120mm Fans

Fan Bearing

Magnetic Bearing

Fan Speed

Up to 1,600 RPM

Fan Max. Air Pressure

1.78 mm-H2O

What's in the Box

What's in the Box

Cooler, Mounting Kit, 3 x 120mm Fan, USB Cable, Thermal Grease, Product Manual


Corsair's Largest AIO yet... But is it any good? H150i Pro RGB


Pros: + Easy CPU installation with LGA 2011 processors (no backplate needed) + TIM pre-applied + Major cooling improvement over my previous air cooler + Quiet + RGB effects are great + Link software is easy to use and monitors more than just your CPU temps

Cons: - Long-term reliability still unknown - Limited case installation guidance

Overall Review: Summary The Corsair H150i Pro RGB cooler is a triple-radiator AIO (all-in-one) liquid cooling solution for modern processors. It comes with a triple-radiator, CPU block/pump, three mag-lev fans, and mounting hardware. Installation can be very easy or very complex depending on your setup and how much you need to mod your case to get it to fit. However, once you have it installed, you’ll find that this AIO kit does indeed cool very well, and the Link software gives you precise control over fans, color schemes of the RGB effects, and insight into system temps. If it lasts, I will be extremely happy with this kit. Installation The only case I had that was large enough to house the triple radiator was an old Antec 1200. It needed modifications in the front. Basically I had to remove all of the hard drive bays except the top three, strip out the old front fans, and custom install the radiator and new fans in their place. I had just enough room for the radiator, one HDD, and one DVD-drive. My two SSDs had to be velcroed to the bottom of the case though (no big deal). It took me more than a half day to get it installed to my satisfaction using the original case fan holders, dust filters, and front grills, but it was worth it and I am satisfied with the results. This was largely a trial and error process to see what mounting approach would work; there is no case installation guidance to be found in any documentation. In retrospect, this makes sense since every case is different, and chances are your installation will be very different than mine. The CPU block installation could not have been easier. LGA 2011 (including v3) does not need a backplate, so you should be able to remove your old CPU cooler, clean the old TIM off, and just put the CPU block on using the included LGA 2011 standoffs. In my case I chose to remove the motherboard to make room for working on the case, but you may not have to. The new TIM is already applied to the bottom of the CPU block, and from what I am seeing so far in terms of temps, it does a great job. There is extra hardware included for other socket types, including AMD processors (see the specs). To complete the installation, you wire up the three maglev fans to the CPU block, and connect the block to a USB header and CPUFAN header on your motherboard as well as to a SATA power connection from your power supply. Once booted up, download the Corsair Link software and you are ready to go. Performance I was pretty happy with my air setup, so I was skeptical about how much improvement I would see. I have an Intel 4820K CPU mildly overclocked to 4.3GHz at 1.1850v in the bios. On air, I was getting idle temps of around 20c and under full load I was getting 69c. Using the H150i Pro, I am now seeing idle temps of 14c, and under full load it is only 43c – a MAJOR improvement. In addition, the ML fans are very quiet using the balanced profile in the Link software. I bumped it to performance mode and didn’t notice any change. They are still very quiet. The Link software is great. You can see all of the relevant temps in your system. You can set the RGB to emit colors based on temps or use other effects such as rainbow, flashes, etc. In addition, and perhaps most importantly, you can configure the software to react to certain conditions. For example, if the pump dies (or slows to under an RPM you can specify), you can set the software to shut down the computer or flash an alert. The same goes for temps. I’ve been out of water cooling for a while before this, but my old block / pump setup couldn’t do that. It can also do this for other hardware in your system, such as your video card. Conclusion This is a great AIO cooler. Installation could be easy or tough depending on your tower. But once you get it installed you will be very happy. It cools great, runs quiet, and the software is easy to use and robust. I’ve been using it now for three weeks with no issues at all. Since it is a new product, only time will tell how long it lasts. But based on performance (and looks), I highly recommend it. It is a major and overdue improvement to my rig. Nice job Corsair!


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Corsair is one of the oldest companies in the PC market. The company became known for their memory-related products but, following the explosive growth of PCs at the dawn of the millennium, the company began diversifying into other segments of the market. Corsair was reluctant at first, releasing just a couple of new products each time. Most of their attempts were highly successful and driven the company to furiously expand over the last decade, creating the entrepreneurial giant that every computer enthusiast knows of today.

One of the company's most successful products segment today is their all-in-one (AIO) liquid coolers. That is somewhat ironic, considering that the liquid cooling market was one of the company's first diversification targets back in 2003 and their attempt was largely unsuccessful. That was because the product that they marketed back then in collaboration with Delphi, the HydroCool 200, was not successful due to its size, cost, and complexity. Corsair repeated their attempt to claim a piece of the cooling market share many years later after the company had already several other successful diversification attempts and the AIO designs were more mature.

Fast forward to today and the liquid-based AIO coolers are amongst Corsair's most popular products. We have reviewed several of their products in the past, ranging from cost-effective designs to advanced products with a software interface. In this review, we are taking a look at their recently released and largest AIO cooler, the H150i Pro RGB. The H150i Pro is largely based on previous popular AIO cooler designs but is using a massive 360 mm radiator and features programmable RGB lighting.

Packaging & Bundle

We received the H150i Pro RGB into a long rectangular box that clearly hints the size and shape of the cooler. The designer did not stick to the usual black-yellow theme that is Corsair's insignia, but instead added a full-color spectrum at the front of the packaging to signify the product's RGB lighting. Information regarding the features and technical specifications of the cooler are printed on the sides and rear of the box. Inside the box, we found the cooler and its parts well protected by a custom cardboard insert.

Corsair supplies all of their advanced Hydro coolers in similarly sized and designed cardboard boxes. Essentially, the only thing that changes is the picture of the product and the color theme. The design is simple but elegant and attractive, with enough information printed on the box and in several languages. Inside the box, the coolers are well protected into a custom cardboard insert.

The bundle of the H150i Pro is Spartan, especially considering the premium character of the product, with Corsair supplying only the absolute essentials. Inside the box, we only found the hardware necessary for the mounting of the cooler onto the CPU socket and an internal USB 2.0 header cable. It is also important to mention that Corsair's universal bracket supports most of Intel's and AMD's current processors, yet it is not compatible with the SP3r2/TR4 socket. Corsair mentions that the H150i Pro RGB now supports the SP3r2/TR4 socket via another mounting bracket that was not included into our packaging.

Corsair supplies three 120 mm fans for use with the H150i Pro RGB. The Corsair ML (MagLev) fans are rebranded and so we cannot tell who the OEM behind them is. Nevertheless, these are very high quality fans with magnetic levitation engines. Their plastic frame also is significantly reinforced. According to Corsair's specification sheet, these fans have a maximum rotational speed of 1600 RPM, a maximum static pressure (i.e. zero flow) of 1.78 mmH2O, and a maximum airflow (i.e. open air, no resistance) of 47.3 CFM. These numbers are hardly impressive for an advanced AIO cooler, clearly indicating that the H150i Pro RGB is designed for quiet operation and relies on its massive radiator to provide good thermal performance.

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