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Corsair H115i Pro (280mm AIO) Liquid Cooler Review

Rating: 8.5.

Along with the launch of its new 360mm liquid cooler – the H150i Pro – today Corsair has also released the H115i Pro, a smaller 280mm AIO. In reality, radiator size is the only real difference between the two models, as they are identical in every other area. You do save $30 by going for the smaller model, though, but might that be cash worth spending instead? Let’s find out.

If you’ve come straight to this review, be sure to read the H150i Pro review on our front page today. This review is all about the Corsair H115i Pro, however, so let’s dive right in and see how good this 280mm liquid cooler really is.


Specification

  • Coldplate Material: Copper
  • Tubing Material: Low permeation with black sleeving
  • Radiator Material: Aluminium
  • Radiator Size: 315mm x 143mm x 29mm
  • Fan(s) Included: 2x ML Series 140mm PWM Fans
  • Fan Max Speed: 1200 RPM
  • Fan Airflow: 55.4 CFM
  • Fan Static Pressure: 1.27 mm-H20
  • Fan Noise Level: 20.4 dB(A)
  • MSRP: $139.99

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  • Robbie J Jardine

    What I have to know is has Corsair asked for this not to be tested against other Corsair AIO’s such as the Hydro H115i?

  • Rosalyn

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  • Emerest Thisk

    Don’t understand your scoring. The Aerocool P7-L240 performs better than the Corsair H115i Pro, has good acoustics and costs less than the rival cooler. Yet they both score 8.5? Just because Corsair is a big brand and Aerocool is not perhaps?