Corsair releases Hydro H110i GT liquid cooler

Corsair releases Hydro H110i GT liquid cooler

A month ago at CES 2015 Corsair unveiled the Hydro Series H110i GT all-in-one liquid cooler. The new company product targets hardcore overclockers and offers improved cooling capabilities as well as numerous features that include a glowing Corsair logo with RGB multi-color customization that you can use via the Corsair Link software. Then you also get a new block-and-pump main unit with higher coolant pressure compared to the H105 and a larger 280 x 140 mm radiator.

If you have been drooling over the new Corsair cooler then you are in luck – the device has been officially released on the international market where it sells for USD 129.99. The cooler supports all modern CPU sockets including AMD AM3+, FM2+, LGA 1150 and LGA 2011-3 and includes two 140 mm high torque fans that spin at up to 2100 rpm, pushing up to 113 CFM of air at noise levels of 43 dBa each.

The Corsair H110i GT comes with a 5-year warranty too, in case you wonder.

Source: Corsair

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