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Old 12-26-2019, 01:54 PM
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Default New AIO - Corsair Pro XT Series

Just saw this on Newegg while browsing, it was added on to their site Dec 23 2019. Only the 240mm is up at the moment, it seems like a black version of the Platinum series. The ML fans also don't appear they have RGB anymore, hence the cheaper price tag. This is a good move from Corsair in my opinion because not everyone wants the ML RGB fans, this will save buyers a lot of money. https://www.newegg.ca/corsair-icue-h...82E16835181190

Based on one of the attached pictures, it looks like the 360mm rad is making a return based on the manual. It mentions the manual is for the H100i, H115i and H150i Pro XT. This would be great news for some because Corsair oddly enough did not release a 360mm rad for their current Platinum line up this year.

01/06/20 - Trailer released:


There have been several reports that the H150i has not been released yet and are experiencing production delays. Only the H100i and H155i are currently available for sale.
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Old 12-26-2019, 05:53 PM
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Newegg seems to have a real talent for spilling the beans early. First I’ve heard of it. Probably have to wait for CES to know more. Looks like the page was pulled and I suspect you were not the only one to notice.
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Old 12-27-2019, 11:17 AM
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Newegg seems to have a real talent for spilling the beans early. First I’ve heard of it. Probably have to wait for CES to know more. Looks like the page was pulled and I suspect you were not the only one to notice.
The link is still active, maybe had to refresh a few times. I think the funniest part is that the product has no official announcement yet, not even listed on the products page on Corsair and yet Newegg claims it's in stock and ready to ship. Imagine the views one would get if one of the tech YouTubers got their hands on one super early.
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Old 12-27-2019, 11:26 AM
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Added a photo for the Corsair Hydro Platinum AIO manual for reference. As you can see, the front of the manual shows it's for the H100i and H115i Platinum series. However, if you look at the manual for the Pro XT, you'll see an additional radiator for the H150i. It appears the 360mm rad is coming back with this new line up.
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Amazon might have spilled the beans on the 360mm one? Says it's slated to release on Jan 13th. I'm in the market to jump to an AIO and as of now it's cheaper than the H150i Pro so I went ahead and pre-ordered it.

https://www.amazon.com/CORSAIR-Radia...8290139&sr=8-2

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I am very interested in this cooler but need to know if it will fit in the front of my Air 540 case? Any help is appreciated.

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Corsair just announced it today:

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I'm guessing this is the same CoolIt pump from the Hydro Premium AIOs?
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Pleasantly surprised to see these ship with the non-RGB version of the ML fans. Not all of us want our PCs looking like they belong at a rave and I appreciate not having to pay for extra RGB that I wouldn't use anyway.
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Hold up a minute

"The A500 is backed by a five-year warranty and the iCUE RGB PRO XT Series coolers are backed by a two-year warranty"

For real? Only two years? Don't most AIO coolers come with a standard five? If it's seriously two then I don't think I want to spring for these.

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Very interesting, I saw this, this morning. I think I'll wait some reviews to know if I'll buy one of those. I was hoping for a Platinum with a 360 rad, well it looks like it.
But, is it a CoolIT or an Asetek pump ? That is the question
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Hold up a minute

"The A500 is backed by a five-year warranty and the iCUE RGB PRO XT Series coolers are backed by a two-year warranty"

For real? Only two years? Don't most AIO coolers come with a standard five? If it's seriously two then I don't think I want to spring for these.
The product pages for both products say 5 years. I’ve reached out and asked what’s correct.
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The product pages for both products say 5 years. I’ve reached out and asked what’s correct.
On Amazon France it's written 5 years too
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The product pages for both products say 5 years. I’ve reached out and asked what’s correct.
One of the unboxing videos on youtube indicates that it's 5 years. I'm guessing the page linked is just a typo.

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Very interesting, I saw this, this morning. I think I'll wait some reviews to know if I'll buy one of those. I was hoping for a Platinum with a 360 rad, well it looks like it.
But, is it a CoolIT or an Asetek pump ? That is the question
I think it's the CoolIt pump.
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