Save $40 on Corsair’s iCue H115i Elite Capellix, a cooler that is so peaceful you’ll scarcely know it’s there.
One of the possible advantages of fluid cooling is accomplishing something very similar or better temps as you get from a top of the line air cooler, however at a lower commotion level. It doesn’t generally work out that way, yet it does with Corsair’s iCue H115i Elite Capellix, a low commotion across the board cooler that replaces the H115i RGB Platinum, a standout amongst other CPU coolers around.
It’s discounted to $149.99 at Newegg, which is $20 beneath its rundown cost, and you can twofold the markdown via mailing in a $20 refund structure. I’d favor a straight-up rebate without any bands to bounce through, however I’d likewise preferably pay $129.99 over $169.99, so it’s as yet worth jumping on this arrangement.
Corsair iCue H115i Elite Capellix | 280mm Radiator | $169.99 $129.99 at Newegg (save $40 after refund)
This cooler runs very tranquil while carrying the chill to your CPU. We saw incredible outcomes when testing this on a 10-center/20-string Core i9 10900K.
That is, in case you’re searching for a tranquil fluid cooler. Jeremy assessed the H115i Elite Capellix last December, and other than some disappointment with Corsair’s iCue programming, it performed truly well.
“Once fully operational, the H115i runs excessively calm out of gear. Truth be told, you’ll battle to recognize it with ordinary hearing. Even better, in even the most limit execution mode commotion levels are all around controlled,” Jeremy composed.
He tried the cooler on a 10-center/20-string Intel Core i9 10900K processor and saw “unmistakably lower temps than a few other AIO coolers we’ve test-driven” with a similar CPU, including NZXT’s Kraken Z63.
At the end of the day, it runs very tranquil and works effectively at holding temps under control. That is by and large what we need from a fluid cooler.