Jump to content
Corsair Community

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'aio'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


    • Community Rules & Announcements
    • Live Event Announcements
    • New Product Releases
    • Non-CORSAIR Tech, Benchmarks, and Overclocking
    • Games & Gaming
    • Battlestation and Build Showcase
    • English Support
    • CORSAIR Software
    • Build Hardware
    • Gaming Peripherals
    • Audio Devices
    • Battlestation Hardware: Ambient Lighting, Furniture, etc.
    • CORSAIR Pre-Built Systems
    • CORSAIR Technologies Q&A
  • Alternative Languages
    • Deutscher Support (German Support)
    • French Support
    • Spanish Support
    • Corsair Enthusiasts Section
    • Corsair Product Discussion
    • Alternate Language Support
    • Customer Service

Find results in...

Find results that contain...

Date Created

  • Start


Last Updated

  • Start


Filter by number of...


  • Start



About Me




Optical Drive # 1







  1. Last update September 13 2021 Note Corsair SP RGB Elite Fans are an ideal match for use with this cooler. they are PWM powered and contain 8 LED's Welcome to the iCUE ELITE CAPELLIX Faq This thread will cover all things iCUE ELITE CAPELLIX AIO related From Specs to Diagrams. ----------------------------------------- Web Store Link iCUE Elite at Corsair.com Official Corsair Elite Cooler Manual/Quickstart Guide ------------------------------------------ Note. All Images are Clickable to the full resolution versions. Specs for the H00i Elite Cooling Warranty - Five years Cold Plate Material - Copper PWM - Yes CORSAIR iCUE Compatibility - Yes Cooling Socket Support - Intel 1200, 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011, 2066 Cooling Socket Support - AMD AM4, AM3, AM2, sTRX4, sTR4 Radiator Specs Radiator Size - 240mm Radiator Material - Aluminum Radiator Dimensions - 277mm x 120mm x 27mm Fan Specs Fan Model - ML RGB Elite Series Fan Dimensions - 120mm x 25mm Fan Speed - 2400 RPM Number of Fans - 2 Fan Airflow - 75 CFM Fan Static Pressure - 4.2 mm-H2O Noise Level - 10 - 37 dBA ---------------------------------- Specs for the H115i ELITE Cooling Warranty - Five years Cold Plate Material - Copper PWM Yes CORSAIR iCUE Compatibility Yes Cooling Socket Support - Intel 1200, 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011, 2066 Cooling Socket Support - AMD AM4, AM3, AM2, sTRX4, sTR4 Radiator Specs Radiator Size - 280mm Radiator Material - Aluminum Radiator Dimensions - 322mm x 137mm x 27mm Fan Specs Fan Model - ML RGB Series Fan Dimensions - 140mm x 25mm Fan Speed - 2000 RPM Number of Fans - 2 Fan Airflow - 97 CFM Fan Static Pressure - 3.0 mm-H2O Noise Level - 10 - 36 dBA ---------------------------------- Specs for the H150i ELITE Cooling Warranty - Five years Cold Plate Material - Copper PWM - Yes CORSAIR iCUE Compatibility - Yes Cooling Socket Support - Intel 1200, 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011, 2066 Cooling Socket Support - AMD AM4, AM3, AM2, sTRX4, sTR4 Radiator Specs Radiator Size - 360mm Radiator Material - Aluminum Radiator Dimensions - 397mm x 120mm x 27mm Fan specs Fan Dimensions - 120mm x 25mm Fan Speed - 2400 RPM Number of Fans - 3 Fan Model - ML RGB Elite Series Fan Airflow - 75 CFM Fan Static Pressure - 4.2 mm-H2O Noise Level - 10 - 37 dBA ---------------------------------- The Commander Core Supplied with each iCUE Elite Capellix AIO Cooler If using the Commander Core without an Elite AIO attached, iCUE will see this as a "Commander Core". If the AIO is attached, it will appear as the AIO (H150i Elite Capellix, for example). Sata Powered (none removable) Connects to a USB header (none Removable) Supports 6 of Corsairs RGB Fans 6 x 4 pin Headers (Note, NO control of 3 pin Voltage controlled fans) Controls the Speed of up to 6 Fans PWM 6 x 4 pin Headers Allows RGB Control via Corsair iCue/LINK Auto Detected in iCUE Allows controls of iCUE Elite Capellix AIO Coolers Has 1 Thermal probe 2pin header and a 2nd sensed from the Elite cooler in iCUE Pump Speeds: Extreme - 2700 RPM / Balanced - 2480 RPM / Quiet - 2300 RPM. (thankyou DevBiker for further details. taken from Here) ---------------------------------- The Pump Note, this unit MUST be used with the Commander Core and will not function at all with out it. Also it is NOT compatible with the Commander Pro. The Pump is supplied with 2 Facia Trims which are removed/replaced by removing 4 Screws. Plate 1 (Comes pre-attached) Plate 2 Also comes with and an included Motherboard Backplate And also includes the following mounting brackets. intel AMD sTR4 Am3/am4 The Following Hardware is also supplied (Note model and amount shown in the diagram below) ---------------------------------- Diagrams This one is done as a typical setup is your average 6 fan case such as the 4000d/x/airflow and one for those with more than 6 fans ---------------------------------- Well thats about all I have for now. I am awaiting the arrival of a H150i Elite, soon as I have it I will get more Pictures/specs up along with a few more diagrams. hope it helps!. if you found this thread helped please do go back to the top of the page and rate the thread Thank you for reading.. see my other Faqs and link to Corsair Case Owners Club Discord server below as clickable links.
  2. I have two AIOs and dont know which to choose. The AIO will be topmounted in a Corsair 5000D Airflow case. Corsair iCUE H150i RGB PRO XT 3, 120 mm fans (ML120, no RGB) Only pumphead RGB 9 months old Corsair iCUE H115i ELITE CAPELLIX 2, 140 mm fans (ML140, RGB) RGB all over 1 month old My priorities are evenly split among: 33% Cooling performance 33% Noise 33% RGB Which AIO should i use and why? My setup is as follows: House: Corsair 5000D Airflow MoBo: Asus Rog Strix Z490-f gaming CPU: I9 10900K RAM: 4x8gb Corsair Dominator GPU: RTX 2060 (will be upgraded asap after the GPU shortage) PSU: Corsair RM1000i
  3. Howdy! Just got a new build, and with it a few questions and concerns. I was getting some odd temps, so set bios to default, in the event it had been changed during the build by PCS. And now, the temps are a little lower, but relative to the load they're very high. All fans are blasting at max from what I can see. Help? :) What info can I give to help this support process :)
  4. Hi I’m having a problem with my H100i RGB Platinum AIO cooler. I bought it mid May 2021 and it was running fine in my PC. I recently replaced my PSU(RMA) cause it had some issues. Got a new one and booted the system up. On first bootup the cooler ran fine. 40C temps just like it was before. I shut down and rebooted the system and then the cooler pump wasn't working anymore(I did uninstall the iCuE software before I shutdown). Right now the AIO pump has RED light on and the pump isn’t running. Within 2-3 minutes of the PC being on, the CPU reaches temperatures of 80-90°C. Also the two fans plugged into the provided PWM splitter run at full speed. I tried resetting BIOS and re-installing the cooler twice. No changes. I did reinstall iCuE and it isn't detecting the cooler.
  5. Hello, this is my first post, it will be a big one. I have the H80i V2 AIO cooler. It is a thick 120mm that features a stock push-pull configuration. I tested two setups: One as the default, using 1.) Corsair stock fans (~3000 max RPM) under the push-pull configuration. The second setup, using 1 single 2.) Noctua pull (~3000RPM fan). As you can see from the data, there is no temperature change: Here is a picture of the Corsair Link im talking about. First off, I do not know even what sensor I am looking at. Whether it is the pump temp, or the liquid temp. Never the less, the problem is that the pump itself gets obscenely hot, it exceeds the 45C warning in the Link program and the Pump itself turns to RED :mad:, yet while everything else is fine in temps. I have tried different push-pull configurations but it does not seem to change. Is it defective? 1.) Corsair stock fans 2.) Noctua config Can anybody think of why this is causing this? For anyone curious my GPU runs "cool" at max 76C at load. Here is a pic of my pc (excuse the bad cables management): Here is my PC 3 in-take, 3 out-take. Currently the pic has only the 1 Noctua fan because I like the quieter setup since the fan temps are almost identical as seen in the data pastebins.
  6. Hello, Im building a PC soon and will be using the Kraken X73 AIO cooler. I will have 3x Corsair QL120 to spare, and i'm thinking about using them instead of stock fans in the X73. This AIO will be mounted in a Lian Li PC-O11D XL, top exhaust, cooling a i7-11700K. Ive seen alot of builds using QL120 instead of stock X73 fans, I've also read that QL120 isn't meant for AIO. I've googled the question and seen similar threads regarding QL120 on the X73 but none gave the answers I was looking for. I'm hoping someone with this setup can share their experience with the performance difference in temps, RPM, noise with stock X73 fans vs QL120 in the following setups: 3x Stock fans pushing 3x QL120 pushing 3x QL120 pushing and 3x Stock fans pulling I usually don't do much OC, so I don't think i'll need the perfect conditions in terms of OC, i'm looking for the sweet spot between performance and looks. Thanks!
  7. Please ref to attachment ''Corsair Fault'' PNG file. I have been having issues with my iCue4 ecosystem as it keeps punching in and out (USB disconnect/reconnect sound goes off and I get major lag in game; keyboard/mouse/headset disconnect for a good 10 sec, as well as fans/pump/lights blinking on and off) and there seems to be a link with when iCue detects BY MISTAKE a ''Thermal Probe'' and prompts me if I want to start the Set-Up Wizard for Hydro X... Its all wrong. This can happen every 15-20min at its worst. I have the following iCue related equipment: - H115i RGB Platinum AIO w/280mm RAD w/2x ML140mm fans (connected on their own cables with the pump, however pump USB is in a Commander Pro) - 4x Pro RGB Strips Connected in a Lighting Node Pro (LED #2) - 2x RGB Fan LED Hub (1x for 1-3 Front SP120mm fans connected in NoPro LED #1 and fans 1-3 in Commander Pro; 1x for 2 Top ML140mm/1 Back ML120mm fans connected in Commander Pro LED #1 and fans 4-6 - 1x Commander Pro with connections already explained - 1x Lighting Node Pro with connections already explained - STRAFE RGB MK.2 Keyboard where Headset and Mouse connect with Virtuoso SE Dongle in Keyboard USB slot - IRONCLAW RGB WIRELESS Gaming Mouse - VIRTUOSO RGB WIRELESS SE High-Fidelity Headset I have tried numerous updates, and restarts but I need help from you guys. WHAT I WANT: For iCue to stop dropping in and out, so I can have a smooth gaming experience without losing games dues to my PC (always blame the parts, never the player HAHA!) Thanks in advance
  8. Bonjour à tous, J'ai récemment acheté un boîtier Corsair 4000X ainsi que de la RAM Vengeance RGB PRO SL. Le Watercooling AiO H115i elite Capellix est-il compatible avec ma config ? Merci d'avance,
  9. Hey, everyone. I'm new to the forum and I had a specific question about the Obsidian 500D RGB SE. I'm planning on doing a new PC build this year (or possibly next year if PC parts don't go back down in price or come in stock) using an Obsidian 500D RGB SE. I was curious if anyone here has done a build with that using an AIO liquid CPU cooler and - if so - whether a front-mounted 360mm unit or top-mounted 240/280mm unit provides better ventilation. I've seen photos on PC Part Picker showing a front-mounted 360mm in an 500D RGB SE both with the included radiator fans on & off. Is using only the three front-mounted 120mm LL RGB fans (the ones that come with the case) with the 360mm radiator enough, or does having the radiator sandwiched between those and the radiator's fans provide better cooling (despite how bulky it is and if the motherboard can support 9 fans in total)? I am looking for a slimmer build, so I am leaning toward a top-mounted 280mm cooler and using its included fans until I can afford to replace them with 140mm LL RGBs to match the 500D RGB SE's included ones; additionally, having a top-mounted exhaust seems like it'd provide better ventilation than a front-mounted intake unless you are going to add both a 120mm rear fan (which I plan on using as well [an LL120 to complete the set]) and two 120/140mm top fans.
  10. Hello. I have purchased a H60 hydro cooler a month ago and the pump has this constant buzzing, louder than my 3 fans in the system. I am aware of the fact that it has an operating noise, i just don't know if this buzzing is normal, it quite annoys me. I have tried to move the radiator but it doesn't help. If this noise is normal i'll just accept is, it is my first. With no fans operating, i measure the noise at around 40dB. Here's a video i took: [ame]https://youtu.be/RcW9N4yxl4k[/ame] Thank you for your answers.
  11. Hey, folgendes Anliegen habe ich. Es soll der AMD Ryzen 5950X, mit dem H80i v2 als Kühler, auf einem ASUS Pro B550M-C/CSM Board gekühlt werden. Asus kennzeichnet hierfür ja die Anschlüsse für die Pumpe als "AIO_PUMP connector", welcher dem genantem Board aber fehlt. Ziel: Die Pumpe soll ausreichend und Garantiekonform laufen, möglichst lange halten :): und das ganze ohne Software, da das System nicht für mich ist und ich sicher sein will, dass die optimalen Specs der Pumpe eingehalten werden. Bisherige Infos: Meine Erfahrungen beruhen auf Luftkühlungen und komplett selbst verlegte Wasserkühlungen. Das FAQ Wasserkühlungen und verschiedene weitere Beiträge hier habe ich gelesen und finde es Plausibel das die Pumpe nicht ständige Lastwechsel mag. -Was ich nicht eindeutig gefunden habe: Speziell bei der H80i v2, muss diese immer auf 100% laufen? Oder läuft sie lieber unter xx% und geht nur ggf. auf 100%? Ideen von mir: A. Pumpe mit einem 12V SATA => 3-Pin Lüfteradapter direkt ans Netzteil? - Regelt die Pumpe sich dann alleine richtig? Ist es optimal wenn die Pumpe immer 12V hat? B. Pumpe mit einem 12V SATA => 7V 3-Pin Lüfteradapter direkt ans Netzteil? C. Extra Pumpensteuerungshardware: Aqua Computer poweradjust 3 USB? (Bin für entsprechende Corsair gegenstücke dankbar, aber aktuell gibt es keine Corsairregler, an die die H80i v2 kann, oder?) - Hierbei könnte man einen Temperatursensor am Radiator befestigen da der ja Temperaturträge ist, würde die Pumpe nur langsame Lastwechsel haben. Für weitere Ideen, die die genannte Kombi an CPU, Mainboard und natürlich der H80i v2 ermöglichen wäre ich offen. Vielen Dank vorab. PS @Admins: Bevor ich mich ins Thema eingelesen habe, öffnete ich Supportfall 2004123591, der aber teils noch von falschen Annahmen meinerseits ausging. Vermutlich ist die Lösung am Ende ein Zweizeiler, die die FAQ Wasserkühlung ergänzen könnte, damit alle von der Info profitieren.
  12. Hi there, I installed my Corsair H150i RGB Pro XT last night. Selected hardware specs for reference: CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6 GHz Motherboard: Asus TUF GAMING B550M-PLUS Micro ATX AM4 Memory: Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3600 CL18 Memory Case: Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic ATX Full Tower Case Power Supply: Corsair RMx White (2018) 750 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply I swapped out the supplied Corsair ML120 fans with three Noctua NF-P12 1700 PWM fans I already had. These were confirmed working in other builds and my choice was mainly down to aesthetics. The radiator is top mounted as an exhaust with the fans in a push configuration. I also have 6 Arctic P12 PWM PST fans as intakes, all of which are connected to a SATA-powered fan hub. While all the Noctua fans on the radiator are spinning, I can’t seem to control them in the iCUE software. No matter which profile I apply, including custom ones, the fans stay at the following RPM: Fan 2 is too loud at that RPM. I’d like to set them all to roughly 800-900 rpm. I have confirmed the following: The pump is connected to the USB header on the motherboard Each 4 pin Noctua fan is connected to the fan splitter coming off the pump The 3 pin connector coming off the pump is connected to the CPU fan header on the motherboard The product is connected to a spare SATA power cable Can anybody help? My first thought would be to retry with the supplied Corsair ML120 fans. Please let me know if there is anything else I can try! I have never attempted to control fan speeds through the BIOS. Thanks!
  13. I'm running the following; i9-10900k at 4900 across all cores h150i elite capellix - top mounted exhaust 3 140mm fans on front as intake 1 140mm fan rear exhaust The computer was always running at a good temp never going above 60c but in the last few days the cpu at load will climb to 90c and the temps on the h150 quickly climb to 45c or higher where as before it never got over 38c. I've tried to change the profile on my cooler to extreme with no help. The pump and fans are all working, what could be the issue? The entire system is only 4 months old. I've never had a problem like this with corsair before so I have no idea where to start. Any help is greatly appreciated.
  14. Hello ! First timer here :D So my issue is that I swapped my Noctua air cooler for a Corsair Hydro Series - H100x (240mm) and according to specs with my case it says 240 rad can be mounted on top: https://www.corsair.com/corsairmedia/sys_master/productcontent/CARBIDE_SERIES_275R_QSG.pdf Even the site show the rad top position as available: https://cwsmgmt.corsair.com/responsive/img/275r/stand_alone_radiators-1.jpg Now when I tried to place the Rad/Double Fan combo on top, my 2 RAM sticks are in the way; and by a good margin, it's not like 3-4mm away, I cannot see the screw holes at all... My RAM : Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR4 2 x 8 Go 3333 MHz CAS 16 So my question is, am I ****ed for a top mount even though the case manual says it should go in, or I could try mounting it in front tube down even though my big *** 3090 will be in the way of the tubing ? Or maybe it is the ram sticks ? Is there sticks that are less high ? Thanks a ton!
  15. Hello Corsair community, So for a week now my AIO keeps disconnecting for no reason. Dont know if i had any ICUE updates or something. So the disconnects seem to be inconsistent because sometimes it doesnt disconnect at all, sometimes it disconnects after 20 minutes but bostly it disconnects after boot. I cannot control the Fans or RGB afterwards and the AIO doesnt appear in ICUE at all. I also just wasted a whole day for a Windows clean install and it didnt change anything.
  16. Hey there ! New to the forum, and I need some help. So, I have multiple Corsair RGB products to simplify my life with ICue and everything worked fine for 3 weeks (my setup is 3 weeks old) til yesterday. I don't know why my AIO do that but I do select my custom RGB lighting profile (which was used to work), ICue show me that my AIO is currently purple (color I chose) but in the case, the AIO is actually rainbow. No matter what I do (refresh, reboot, changing profile, instant lighting...) the AIO (with the 2 fans) still stay rainbow. The rest (case, fan, keyboard, RAM) are fine and follow ICue commands though... If you have any idea of why my AIO do that, that would be awesome! Thanks! NB: I disabled setting that could change the lighting such as SDK EDIT : Solution : run a repair install of ICue
  17. I also have this cooler but it got bricked after firmware update. Anyone of you have his cooler and can send me a specific file? Just search for a H100_Platinum on your C drive and you should a file like this: H100_Platinum(VersionNumber).hex If you have it, can you give me it please, i lost mine bur i wanna fix my AIO.
  18. Hello, I'm wondering about getting the new capellix water cooler for my PC. I have the SPEC Delta RGB and was wondering would a 360mm radiator fit at the front of the case while still being able to see the fans out of the front tempered glass panel? Thanks
  19. Hello, I have some discoloration with Corsair H100i RGB Platinum SE, when set to white, the color has a warmer, tan look then all of the other colors in the PC. Does the pump not support cooler whites is there an error in the pump, I cant remember this happening when it first arrived. [see attachments] Product link: https://www.amazon.com/Corsair-Hydro-H100i-PLATINUM-Radiator/dp/B07R6YLDDS/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=corsair+h100i+white&qid=1609091344&sr=8-1
  20. When I cold boot my computer, the aio gets crazy loud. It sounds like grinding sound. Im not sure if its bubbles or pump itself is ramping up. The activity is normal after start up. The radiator is mounted top. Here is a 17 second video of my computer starting up. http://tiny.cc/dz97tz Should I RMA my H100i SE? Thanks.
  21. happy holidays! I got the Corsair H60 as a gift and I just installed it. But I can't tell if it's working or not--this is my first AIO. Here are the temps after browsing online for roughly 20-30 minutes. Does it seem to be working? A few details: I plugged the pump into the CPU Fan pin of my mother board. The H60 pump connection is only a 3-pin connector. I plugged it into a 4-pin port. The H60 I got doesn't appear to have any LEDs or RGBs. So I can't tell if it's actually getting power. Here are my temps. Do you think it's working? https://ibb.co/QD61HY2
  22. Hi, sometimes I read the USB cable that goes from the H100i RGB's pump to the USB header on the motherboard as micro USB, other times as mini USB, can someone please say what cable is that exactly? micro-USB A, micro-USB-B, mini-USB-A, etc. Please name the cable ends as accurately as you can. The manual does not name the cable ends either, I have searched on this forum without a conclussive result.
  23. Hi hoping someone could give me some advice, Whilst screwing my radiator onto the case, I’ve accidentally stabbed one of the tiny fins, and in doing so it looks kinda bent. Is this still usable and is there a chance that I’ve pierced through any parts containing liquid? I’ve attached a pics for a closer look! Thank you!
  24. Bin gerade dabei mein bestehendes System zu upgraden und Wechsel dabei von CPU Luft Kühlung auf AIO (Enermax Aquafusion 240) Zunächst erstmal hier mein System Ryzen 3600X G.Skilll Trident 16GB 3200 MHz RGB Gigabyte RTX 3070 Eagle Gigabyte B450M S2h Board 2x Kingston SSD 1TB & 500 GB Sharkoon 750W Powersupply Case Thermaltake V200 RGB Corsair Commander Pro (+ Node Pro & RGB Hub) Now to my question: Nun zu meiner Frage: Da ich zukünftig ALLE (inkl. AIO Lüfter) mit der Corsair iCue Software steuern möchte (da ich es einheitlich will) bin ich am überlegen die zwei Standardmäßigen Aquafusion 120ml Lüfter durch zwei LL120 auzutauschen. Die Standardlüfter von der Aquafusion machen maximal 2000 rpm (eher unwahrscheinlich aber ist der max Wert laut Handbuch) während die LL120 mx 1500 rpm machen. Ich habe schon das halbe internet durchsucht aber keine Werte beider Lüfter bei gleicher Drehzahl - Stichwort cfm gefunden. (Natürlich plane ich auch die Standard Lüfter des V200 Case durch LL120 zu ersetzen. Da ich die Aquafusion bereits habe stellt sich fuer mich aktuell nicht die Frage eines Corsair AIOs. Hat jemand Erfahrung beim Austausch von Standard AIO Lüfter durch LL120? Ich möchte einfach nur sichergehen bevor ich mit 5-6 LL120 hole, dass das auch funktioniert. :) Danke schonmal fuer die Hilfe
  • Create New...