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Corsair H115i AIO RGB Factory Refurbished - £49.99 @ Scan
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Corsair H115i AIO RGB Factory Refurbished - £49.99 @ Scan

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Posted 9th Jun
1-year warranty
Free shipping with 20 posts on NEXUS

Corsair Hydro Series - H115i Liquid CPU Cooler - Refurbished
3244211.jpgH115I SELF-CONTAINED COOLING SYSTEM

The Hydro Series H115i is an extreme performance, factory sealed, all-in-one liquid CPU cooler for cases with 280mm radiator mounts. The 280mm radiator and dual SP140L PWM fans provide the excellent cooling you need for highly overclocked CPUs. Corsair Link software control is built in, so you can monitor temperatures, adjust cooling performance and customize LED lighting directly from your desktop.


280mm
Radiator Size


AMD Sockets
FM1 / FM2 / AM2 / AM3


Intel LGA
1150 / 1151 / 1155 / 1156 / 1366 / 2011 / 2011-3


Copper Cold Plate
3244211.jpgFAST AND EFFICIENT HEAT TRANSFER

Everything’s been tweaked to make the H115i line our best yet. The new design operates more efficiency for both lower temperatures and less noise.


Advanced PWM SP140L Fans
3244211.jpgDUAL HIGH-TORQUE 140MM FANS

The included 140mm fans are custom-designed for high static pressure air delivery with minimum turbulence and noise. They’re PWM controlled, so you can customize the fan speed to find the optimal balance of cooling and noise.


280mm Radiator
3244211.jpgDOUBLE WIDE RADIATOR

The key to fast, efficient cooling is maximizing cooling surface area. If your PC case has dual 140mm fan mounts spaced for a 280mm radiator, the H115i lets you take advantage of your case’s full cooling potential.


Built-in Corsair Link
3244211.jpgCUSTOM RGB LIGHTING

Attach the included Corsair Link cable to a USB header on your motherboard and download the free Corsair Link software to unlock even more power. You can customize cooling performance, monitor coolant and CPU temperatures, and change the color of the RGB LED lighting from the default white to match your system, or to change color based on temperature readings and other inputs.
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1year limited waraanty means ZERO WARRANTY FOR PC COMPONENTS IF LEAK just for the unit itself
thanks but no
no AM4
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Shipping is £5.48 without NEXUS free shipping (20 posts).
I don't know how to add shipping.
no AM4
silk18609/06/2019 19:15

Shipping is £5.48 without NEXUS free shipping (20 posts). I don't know …Shipping is £5.48 without NEXUS free shipping (20 posts). I don't know how to add shipping.


I think you still have to pay shipping even with the free shipping thing because I think it needs to be £50 before vat is added
Edited by: "yoyo59" 9th Jun
powerbrick09/06/2019 19:23

no AM4


I'm sure its compatible, the one I brought included the brackets.
yoyo5909/06/2019 19:40

I think you still have to pay shipping even with the free shipping thing …I think you still have to pay shipping even with the free shipping thing because I think it needs to be £50 before vat is added


nope, £20 ex VAT
1year limited waraanty means ZERO WARRANTY FOR PC COMPONENTS IF LEAK just for the unit itself
thanks but no
powerbrick09/06/2019 19:48

nope, £20 ex VAT


Maybe I'm thinking avforums? Last time I tried to order free delivery it said 50 ex vat
dasBOT09/06/2019 19:50

1year limited waraanty means ZERO WARRANTY FOR PC COMPONENTS IF LEAK just …1year limited waraanty means ZERO WARRANTY FOR PC COMPONENTS IF LEAK just for the unit itselfthanks but no


Corsair are actually good though
yoyo5909/06/2019 19:58

Corsair are actually good though


Yes Corsair is good for a brand new unit coz you get 5 years Full system warranty
powerbrick09/06/2019 19:48

nope, £20 ex VAT


I checked and it was showing £49. 99 with free shipping for me.

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Can anyone confirm if this is compatible with am4? Hav a h105 at the moment ( also bought from scan refurb has worked fine over 18 months) and am4 bracket with it but they are round pumps so dont think that would work with this if doesnt come with one.
erfyp09/06/2019 20:56

Can anyone confirm if this is compatible with am4? Hav a h105 at the …Can anyone confirm if this is compatible with am4? Hav a h105 at the moment ( also bought from scan refurb has worked fine over 18 months) and am4 bracket with it but they are round pumps so dont think that would work with this if doesnt come with one.



I use this exact refurbished model with an AM4 bracket. So as long as you have this bracket, it should work fine.

From the link:
If you have CORSAIR Coolers: H50, H55, H75, H80i v2 (H80i GT), H90, H100i v2 (H100i GTX), H105, H110i GTX, H115i, you will need to order this bracket to install the cooler on an AM4 socket.


According to Corsair, H105 and H115i AM4 brackets are the same.
arrnek09/06/2019 21:05

I use this exact refurbished model with an AM4 bracket. So as long as you …I use this exact refurbished model with an AM4 bracket. So as long as you have this bracket, it should work fine. From the link:If you have CORSAIR Coolers: H50, H55, H75, H80i v2 (H80i GT), H90, H100i v2 (H100i GTX), H105, H110i GTX, H115i, you will need to order this bracket to install the cooler on an AM4 socket.According to Corsair, H105 and H115i AM4 brackets are the same.


Yeah thanks just been googling it myself and had a look. Luckily knew I'd be upgrading to am4 at some point so ordered that exact bracket from corsair when they offered them free soon after got my h105 from scan. Didn't think would be the same as the h105 has a round pump whereas this looks more square. Does the existing am4 backplate work for the back of the board?

Wanna order and flog the h105 but can't seem to get free delivery unless it's over £50 ex vat
Ordered with some ddr4 if anyone interested also posted as a deal since couldn't see it. £88 vengeance pro rgb 3000 c15.

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yoyo5909/06/2019 19:58

Maybe I'm thinking avforums? Last time I tried to order free delivery it …Maybe I'm thinking avforums? Last time I tried to order free delivery it said 50 ex vat


That indeed is AVF.
erfyp09/06/2019 21:26

Does the existing am4 backplate work for the back of the board?


Yes, it does. You just need to tighten the thumbscrews.
dasBOT09/06/2019 19:50

1year limited waraanty means ZERO WARRANTY FOR PC COMPONENTS IF LEAK just …1year limited waraanty means ZERO WARRANTY FOR PC COMPONENTS IF LEAK just for the unit itselfthanks but no


The chances of it leaking are incredibly slim. It's far more likely that the pump will fail or that performance becomes crappy because of water slowly evaporating over time.
pierleone10/06/2019 10:48

The chances of it leaking are incredibly slim. It's far more likely that …The chances of it leaking are incredibly slim. It's far more likely that the pump will fail or that performance becomes crappy because of water slowly evaporating over time.


Water evaporating from a closed loop?
proly not water tho , some sort of glycol , they do need topping up AFAIK.
GwanGy10/06/2019 19:21

proly not water tho , some sort of glycol , they do need topping up AFAIK.



It's an AIO. There is no fill port or any way to top it up.

It's prefilled and it should be left like that.
GwanGy10/06/2019 19:21

proly not water tho , some sort of glycol , they do need topping up AFAIK.


They are sealed units and will not need to be refilled. They are good until the pump dies. 5+ years
Is it sold out now no option to add to cart
silk18610/06/2019 23:17

They are sealed units and will not need to be refilled. They are good …They are sealed units and will not need to be refilled. They are good until the pump dies. 5+ years


Or until the fins clog up with goop.37833186-gt65f.jpg
Edited by: "DaveBC" 10th Jun
DaveBC10/06/2019 23:38

Or until the fins clog up with goop.[Image]


How many years has it been running?
The liquid should have something in it to prevent bacterial growth.
So, i'm going to put water inside my Rig....and its a Refurbished AIO....and it only costs £49.99?, my mouse cost me more. I would never put a sprinkler system inside my rig, that alone a SH one.
Edited by: "chaank" 10th Jun
silk18610/06/2019 23:42

How many years has it been running?The liquid should have something in it …How many years has it been running?The liquid should have something in it to prevent bacterial growth.



Are you sure it's bacterial? It looks like standard galvanic corrosion.

Usually seen in loops with mixed metals / poor fluid / air being introduced.

Bacteria still needs a food source, which it's going to stuggle for in a closed loop.
nomnomnomnom10/06/2019 23:56

Are you sure it's bacterial? It looks like standard galvanic …Are you sure it's bacterial? It looks like standard galvanic corrosion.Usually seen in loops with mixed metals / poor fluid / air being introduced. Bacteria still needs a food source, which it's going to stuggle for in a closed loop.


Your probably right.
silk18610/06/2019 23:42

How many years has it been running?The liquid should have something in it …How many years has it been running?The liquid should have something in it to prevent bacterial growth.


This was from a 3.5 year old H80i GT. The goop isn't bacterial. The liquid inside is green and I believe these beads are a result of solidification of the liquid (however that happens) - feels a little bit like sand. Everything was in great condition but I was getting terrible temperatures (90s) and it was out of warranty since the unit was a warranty replacement from an original H80i so I opened it up to see. It would have been possible to clean the plate and put it back together but I didn't trust myself re-sealing the unit.
pierleone10/06/2019 10:48

The chances of it leaking are incredibly slim. It's far more likely that …The chances of it leaking are incredibly slim. It's far more likely that the pump will fail or that performance becomes crappy because of water slowly evaporating over time.


Who thinks this is hilarious?.
MercutioLeonhart10/06/2019 12:13

Water evaporating from a closed loop?


It can slowly happen over time. Google it.

Edit: Permeates, not evaporates.
Edited by: "pierleone" 11th Jun
Why is this a deal? Been this price at overclockers for 6 months+. Cold from me
DaveBC11/06/2019 00:02

This was from a 3.5 year old H80i GT. The goop isn't bacterial. The liquid …This was from a 3.5 year old H80i GT. The goop isn't bacterial. The liquid inside is green and I believe these beads are a result of solidification of the liquid (however that happens) - feels a little bit like sand. Everything was in great condition but I was getting terrible temperatures (90s) and it was out of warranty since the unit was a warranty replacement from an original H80i so I opened it up to see. It would have been possible to clean the plate and put it back together but I didn't trust myself re-sealing the unit.


You're correct, this goopification is also massively accelerated by temperature, age and heat cycles, so if you boot your PC every day to run Sony Vegas for 10 hours for example, by the end of a year, your unit is toast. It's definitely the coolant they use, it is terrible.
Edited by: "Chuggee" 11th Jun
Its worth upgrade from h75?
pierleone11/06/2019 00:52

It can slowly happen over time. Google it.


You made the statement, so burden of proof is on you. A Google search finds what you want to find, which isn't necessarily factual or true.
MercutioLeonhart11/06/2019 09:55

You made the statement, so burden of proof is on you. A Google search …You made the statement, so burden of proof is on you. A Google search finds what you want to find, which isn't necessarily factual or true.


Liquid permeates over time, no evaporates, I used the wrong word. It does however have the same effect, you lose liquid over time. I have have seen this happen in my own AIO, and so has a friend in his AIO of 5 years.

blog.nzxt.com/does-aio-liquid-evaporate/
Edited by: "pierleone" 11th Jun
No idea why anyone uses these, the best air coolers perform better and noise levels are actually better, no pump noise either.

Buy some low profile memory and stick with air, proper custom loops easily out perform air cooling, these do not. (Plus they can leak, it happens)
Edited by: "DrexGodar" 11th Jun
ebilcake111/06/2019 12:23

No idea why anyone uses these, the best air coolers perform better and …No idea why anyone uses these, the best air coolers perform better and noise levels are actually better, no pump noise either.Buy some low profile memory and stick with air, proper custom loops easily out perform air cooling, these do not. (Plus they can leak, it happens)


Like a Noctua ND15 that weighs about 1kg and needs a very deep case.
Amazing cooling and quiet, unfortunately huge. I own 2.
Oneday7711/06/2019 12:36

Like a Noctua ND15 that weighs about 1kg and needs a very deep case. …Like a Noctua ND15 that weighs about 1kg and needs a very deep case. Amazing cooling and quiet, unfortunately huge. I own 2.


Buy a proper case and it's not a problem, weight isn't a concern.
ebilcake111/06/2019 13:30

Buy a proper case and it's not a problem, weight isn't a concern.


Weight on some boards can be a concern. Especially if it’s a machine you may have to move about.
As for size, AIO are great for smaller, less intrusive cases.
There are use cases for both types. As mentioned above I own 2 ND15s and I also have a 3rd machine running a 140mm rad AIO.
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