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Corsair launches Hydro X XD7 RGB pump/reservoir combo

Corsair keeps adding new water cooling components to the Hydro X series. This time, the component manufacturer introduced the XD7 RGB pump/reservoir combo, white models of the XR5 radiators, and a white variant of the XT Hardline satin white tubing.

Available in black and white, the Hydro X Series XD7 RGB pump/reservoir combo features an integrated Xylem D5 pump and a 360mm distribution plate system with a 140ml reservoir. The design looks a lot like a radiator with fans, complete with ARGB lighting. As you would expect, the lighting can be controlled through Corsair iCue.

There are three pairs of nylon-reinforced inlets and outlets strategically located to connect to the CPU and GPU water blocks, radiators, and other components. There are also fill, drain, and temperature sensor ports to monitor the coolant flow.

The Hydro X Series XD7 RGB pump/reservoir combo is mounted as a 360mm radiator, making it compatible with a wide variety of cases. The XD7 also features a rubberized mounting system that reduces pump vibrations and noise, and a 24-pin PSU jumper bridge if users wish to turn it on without powering the rest of the system.

Besides the XD7 pump reservoir/combo, Corsair also introduced the 240mm, 280mm, and 360mm XR5 radiators in white and a white colour option for its XT Hardline tubing, available in 12mm and 14mm diameters.

The XD7 RGB pump/reservoir combo, the new XR5 radiators, and the white variant of the XT Hardline satin white tubing are available now. The XD7 combo is priced at £249.99. As for the XR5 radiators, the 240mm radiator costs £54.99, the 280mm one £59.99, and the 360mm model £69.99. The XT Hardline satin white tubing is priced at £17.99 and includes 3x 1m tubes.

KitGuru says: Looking to build a new custom water loop? Would you consider any of Corsair’s additions to the Hydro X series?

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