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Corsair Hydro X series liquid cooling hardware: specs, features and price

Corsair Hydro X series liquid cooling hardware: specs, features and price

By  Julio Ventura 2019-05-29 1060 0

Corsair is one of the best-known suppliers of AiO cooling systems. But the typical AiO cooling cannot offer the flexibility of a home-made solution - nor the look. That's why Corsair has now actually introduced the Hydro X Series for the DIY sector at Computex.

The range is extremely extensive right from the start. Whether CPU and graphics card coolers, pump/compensation tank combinations, radiators, hoses, connections and coolants - Corsair offers everything from a single source. With integrated RGB lighting, optical accents can also be set. Users benefit from the established Corsair ecosystem. Both the lighting and the control of the fans and pump are simply solved via iCUE. The lighting can also be synchronised with other Corsair products. In order to lower the inhibition threshold for entering DIY water cooling, Corsair does not only rely on advanced heat-conducting paste and heat-conducting pads. Installation videos and round-the-clock customer service are also available. A configurator is to facilitate the selection of the suitable components.

The two water coolers XC7 RGB and XC9 RGB are available for the processor. They cover the mainstream sockets Intel LGA 115x and AMD AM4 as well as the high-end sockets Intel LGA 2066 and AMD TR4 in different variants. Corsair relies on a nickel-plated heat sink with over 70 microfins and 16 individually controllable RGB LEDs. The XG7 RGB series graphics card coolers are available for a range of current graphics cards: Geforce RTX 2070, RTX 2080, RTX 2080 Ti and 1080 Ti are taken into account just as AMD's Radeon RX Vega 64 (each in reference design). The XG7 RGB is a full-cover solution with aluminium backplate and RGB lighting.

Corsair's RGB XD5 pump/compensation tank combination combines a D5 pump with a 330 ml compensation tank and integrated fillport. The AGB is illuminated (how could it be otherwise) by ten RGB LEDs. A temperature sensor for controlling the coolant is included. The Hydro X-Series is supplemented by 120 to 480 mm large copper radiators, optionally acrylic tubes or hoses, various connections and angled adapters. Because Corsair uses the standard G1/4-inch threads, water cooling products from other manufacturers can also be used.

The Hydro X Series is now available directly from Corsair. In the next weeks the trade will also be supplied with the individual products. The prices are at the level of higher quality DIY water cooling components. The CPU coolers cost at least 79.90 euros, the pump/AGB combination 164.90 euros and the GPU cooler at least 149.90 euros.

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