|Colour||RGB Pump + Fans|
|Item Height||11.96 centimetres|
|Item Width||11.96 centimetres|
|Are Batteries Included||No|
|Item model number||CW-9060048-WW|
|Product Dimensions||39.7 x 11.96 x 11.96 cm; 1.1 Kilograms|
Corsair CS-CW-9060048-WW H150i Elite CAPELLIX RGB Watercooler, 360mm Radiator, 3 x ML120 RGB PWM Fans
|You Save:||S$20.16 (8%)|
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- 360mm (H150i) for high cooling performance
- High-performance RGB pump head
- Powerful Corsair ICUE software
- Split-flow copper cold plate, Low-noise centrifugal pump
- Magnetic levitation RGB fans, Zero rpm mode
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The Corsair iCUE H150i Elite CAPELLIX liquid CPU cooler delivers powerful, low-noise cooling for your CPU, with a 360mm radiator, three Corsair ML120 RGB PWM fans, and an ultra-bright CAPELLIX RGB pump head. Corsair all-in-one coolers- iCUE H150i Elite CAPELLIX, put the spotlight on your cooling. High-performance rgb pump head- The Elite CAPELLIX cooler pump head houses 33 ultra-bright CAPELLIX RGB LEDs to go along with its RGB fans. When you add powerful, low-noise cooling to the mix, your system will look great and will run even better. Split-flow copper cold plate- An optimal cold plate design and a high-density stack of 128 micro-skived fins-per-inch provides highly efficient cooling at all loads. Low-noise centrifugal pump- Delivers a flow rate of up to 0.82L/min while generating less than 20 dBA, for extreme cooling with low noise. Change up your look- Each Elite CAPELLIX CPU cooler includes two separate pump caps. The pre-installed pump cap is a stylish, glossy black, while the alternate pump cap is more transparent to let your CAPELLIX LEDs shine through. Turn any case into a smart case- Harness the power of iCUE with the included iCUE Commander CORE to control the fan speed and RGB lighting for the included ML RGB fans, with the potential to control additional Corsair RGB fans, up to a total of six.
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You come onto the store page and are a little confused, the reviews seemed mixed, something about screws?
You read the reviews and chuckle to yourself, these guys must have no idea what they're doing. Screws? I can handle a couple of screws. I've built PC's before, I've even worked in IT. I've taken apart more and worked on more PC's and laptops than I can even count. I'm not going to let a little thing like screws dissuade me.
Oh boy are you in for a surprise.
I'm a grown man and I've been building PC's for over 10 years. I have never had such a hard time installing something that should be so easy. I'm pretty sure I've got blisters forming on what used to be my hands from trying to get this thing screwed in. The holes are drilled but there are no threads. You cut the threads by screwing the screws in. I highly recommend one of those rubber soda bottle opener type things to improve your grip because without it you are going to slip, strip, and curse your way through a two hour install. I'm talking I had to stand up and lean on that screwdriver to get these things in. As much of my body weight as I could apply and as much of my strength as I could muster. Every quarter turn a victory, every screw a celebration.
There is basically a 0% chance of installing the thing in the case without preparation. Instead screw the fans and rad screws in first. At the very least get them started. Take them back out and then worry about screwing them back in a second time while trying to hold the radiator in place with one hand.
I did it alone, but a second pair of hands would also make the installation a little bit easier.
Anyways, that's all. Godspeed and best of luck to you fellow PC enthusiast. You're going to need it.
This cooler is awesome. I have a Ryzen R9 3900X and with all cores boosted it does not exceed 55C at full load. The configuration the manufacturer recommends is to have them pull air into the case through the radiator. Make sure that depending on if your goal is to have a positive or negative pressured case that you exhaust appropriately. I have mine mounted at the top of the case and as positively pressured since i have a husky and hair and dirt can be a problem getting into the case if i didn't have it configured this way.
Lessons Learned: My LEDs were not initially working when I installed the cooler. The internal USB connection is for pump and LED control only and does not power the LEDs. The pump and fans are powered off of a single SATA power connector. For ease of installation and cable management I utilized one of the open molex connections that was available from a drive power run and used a molex to Sata power adapter. The Fans and Pump are most likely powered off of the 12V rail. With this configuration you only have 5V and 12V available and not 3.3V. I ran a direct SATA connection from my power supply and the LEDs are fully functioning now as it proved they run off the 3.3V rail. So make sure to use an actual SATA power connection and no molex to SATA power adapters to power this AIO.