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Corsair CW-9060031-WW Hydro Series H150i PRO RGB Liquid CPU Cooler - £129.98 @ Amazon
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Corsair CW-9060031-WW Hydro Series H150i PRO RGB Liquid CPU Cooler - £129.98 @ Amazon

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Posted 26th Nov 2019

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Corsair H150i PRO RGB Liquid CPU Cooler. Seems to be the lowest is has been for a while.
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Same price at Scan if you happen to get free delivery there. Been watching this for a a few days and wondering if it will go any lower this week.
What are these like performance wise? I found the older H***i coolers would get beat by a decent Noctua set up, so always be skeptical of this range.
GLA27/11/2019 11:04

What are these like performance wise? I found the older H***i coolers …What are these like performance wise? I found the older H***i coolers would get beat by a decent Noctua set up, so always be skeptical of this range.


Noctua coolers are great and can our perform these in most circumstances, issue is the weight of them on your CPU socket, so if you move your rig about a lot you’re better with one of these
Anyone know if they include TR4 brackets? Conflicting information on various sites.
Halfmad27/11/2019 12:19

Anyone know if they include TR4 brackets? Conflicting information on …Anyone know if they include TR4 brackets? Conflicting information on various sites.


Is TR4 not just the same size as the TR3? the chips the same size just a change to the socket itself
GLA27/11/2019 11:04

What are these like performance wise? I found the older H***i coolers …What are these like performance wise? I found the older H***i coolers would get beat by a decent Noctua set up, so always be skeptical of this range.


Performance wise, AIO coolers are very similar to each other as the majority of them use the same Asetek hardware. A high quality air cooler will often beat an AIO for outright temps performance and it's up to you whether things like weight, clearances around the CPU socket and RAM or the sheer size of the big air coolers are OK.
How does this compare to the NZXT Kraken x62?
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