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The Corsair Hydro H100i PRO arrives with magnetic levitation fans

Compact liquid cooling is the ideal way to enter the world of liquid cooling in PCs. They tend to maintain lower temperatures than traditional air heatsinks and, in some cases, cost the same to buy. Corsair already has years of experience in these RL AIO kits and they have been improving version after version, year after year, and now they have launched the renewed Hydro H100i PRO. This model of double radiator incorporates interesting feature that we have already seen in some other brand kits, such as the Corsair ML120 magnetic levitation fans and passive operating modes (Zero RPM) while not exceeding a certain set temperature.

The fans, which we could also test in our review of the Corsair H115i Pro, maintain a magnetic levitation system that helps them provide a large air flow while maintaining loudness under annoying limits. Those who join this new Corsair H100i Pro are the 12 cm version, but the base is the same so we expect a good result, and maintain an operating range of 400 to 2400 RPM. The double radiator is made of aluminum, this has not changed with respect to previous versions, and an RGB lighting system is incorporated in the CPU block. On the other hand, the Corsair iCUE software allows controlling the speed of the pump, fans, and lighting.

Additionally, Corsair has taken the opportunity to announce the renewed Hydro H75, an economical version of a 12 cm single radiator with SP120 fans instead of the ML120. The SP fans are the most traditional of the brand, and in this RL AIO they will work in a range of 600 to 1900 RPM. Both kits are now available in the best known stores.

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