Again in January at CES 2020, we acquired a glimpse of Corsair’s Capellix LED know-how and it actually piqued our curiosity. On the time Corsair could not give us particulars on when Capellix could be extra mainstream, however now Corsair is beginning to unveil its extra intricate RGB ecosystem beginning with a brand new vary of AIO CPU coolers. The Corsair iCUE Elite Capellix is accessible in three sizes together with 240, 280, and 360 mm, with very aggressive pricing.
The Corsair iCue Elite Capellix contains three new fashions, together with the H100i with a 240 mm radiator, the H115i with a 280 mm radiator, and the most important of the three, the H150i with a 360 mm radiator. Every mannequin contains an aluminum constructed 27 mm thick radiator, with a copper split-flow chilly plate and a centrifugal pump which Corsair declare operates quietly.
Mounted onto the pump is 33 particular person Capellix RGB LEDs which encompass the pump itself, with some LEDs built-in across the Corsair emblem. Internally, the chilly plate on every mannequin contains 128 particular person micro-skived fins per inch. Included within the equipment bundle is Corsair’s iCUE Commander Core with RGB lighting and PWM management for as much as six followers. Bearing on the followers, the H100i contains two 120 mm ML RGB PWM followers, the H115i comes with two ML140 140 mm followers, whereas the bigger H150i has three ML120 120 mm followers. Corsair additionally contains mounting kits for AMD’s AM4 and STR4 sockets, whereas the Intel equipment contains help for LGA115X, LGA1200, and LGA2066.
The Corsair iCUE Elite Capellix sequence will probably be out there to buy from the 15th September, with the H100i Elite out there for $150, the H115i Elite for $170, and the H150i Elite for $180. Every mannequin additionally comes backed by a 5-year producer’s guarantee.