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Old 12-09-2017, 03:49 AM
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Default Just received my H115i Pro RGB AIO

Hey all,

Just got my new AIO, and here is a pic. Will get more when I start the install tomorrow,

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Old 12-09-2017, 10:52 AM
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Can you let me know how long the hoses are? Pretty please?
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Old 12-09-2017, 01:40 PM
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Nice !!!

Odd that people are getting their new Pro AIO's and Corsair haven't even said a peep on social media or in general about releasing them, Must not be a big deal to them.

Either way I'm gonna wait for the H150i Pro 350mm
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Old 12-09-2017, 02:39 PM
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Nice !!!

Odd that people are getting their new Pro AIO's and Corsair haven't even said a peep on social media or in general about releasing them, Must not be a big deal to them.

Either way I'm gonna wait for the H150i Pro 350mm
Oh, Newegg started selling them before they were supposed to, it got posted here and a couple of folks jumped on it.
I'm also curious to know if Link can actually control the device. I know that it's already listed in the device definitions in Link 4.9.2.27 ... but not sure if the controls are in there. I suspect that it's an "unlisted feature" of 4.9.3.25.
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Old 12-09-2017, 03:42 PM
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The hose length is approximately 15" or 381mm.

I was thinking of waiting for the H150i as well, but I like 140mm fans, so decided to jump on this puppy.

The thing I like about it so far, is the connection to the block pivots which seems to keep the crazy hose factor of AIO's a bit more in check. I will be installing it this afternoon, with the supplied fans and a pair of LL140's in a push pull config. was going to get LL's to replace the supplied fans, but didn't want the non syncing link issues with commander pro and the mobo AIO / fan headers etc... I will have 2 LL140's in the front as pushers, the 2 supplied ML's as pullers, 2 LL's in the top as exhaust, and 1 LL in the rear as exhaust which should result in a negative pressure situation in the case and with 7 fans, a cooler overall setup...I hope.
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Old 12-09-2017, 04:28 PM
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Why negative pressure? You'll be sucking air into the case through unfiltered/uncontrolled vents, cracks and crevices, leading to dust buildup.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=g8EN3K-eaVA
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Old 12-09-2017, 04:54 PM
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It will be slightly more negative pressure with a bit more exhaust than intake as the 3 fans on the video card are considered exhaust, aren't they??? It will be close to balanced with emphasis on removing hot air from the case, which I feel is more important than worrying about some dust. The dust is not a real problem for me as I usually blow out my case every other weekend if it needs it or not. But thanks for the link, I had not seen that video, and since I was there I checked out a few more vids on pos vs neg pressure. I appreciate it.

4 fans 2 push 2 pull on AIO
2 fans on top as exhaust
1 fan on rear for exhaust
3 fans on gpu

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It’s only negative pressure if you choose to run the top and rear at high speeds. That is obviously something you can control and it’s probably not necessary.
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What case is this in?

I run a 570x and only have rear fan/psu fan /gfx fan (blower) as exhaust. top two and front 3 (5 if you inc the 2 on the other side of the h100i v2) are intake. I have the Commander pro and have the temp probes monitoring air flow temps internally and i found the way i have it now kept the internal air temps the coolest (aside from mounting the rad up top as exhaust.. but push/pull isnt an option. so thats a no go!. I know push/pull isn't needed but man it looks good LOL) . Due to the filters in the 570x doing it this way keeps you fairly dust free. when i had the tops as exhaust it sucked dust and fluff in around the sides of the glass and through the holes on the back panel.. basically anywhere it could drag air in.. it did... now i just hoover the filters once a month :)

waiting on the h150i!! its going in the front as push/pull with LL on front and HD on the back :)...

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What case is this in?

I run a 570x and only have rear fan/psu fan /gfx fan (blower) as exhaust. top two and front 3 (5 if you inc the 2 on the other side of the h100i v2) are intake. I have the Commander pro and have the temp probes monitoring air flow temps internally and i found the way i have it now kept the internal air temps the coolest (aside from mounting the rad up top as exhaust.. but push/pull isnt an option. so thats a no go!. I know push/pull isn't needed but man it looks good LOL) . Due to the filters in the 570x doing it this way keeps you fairly dust free. when i had the tops as exhaust it sucked dust and fluff in around the sides of the glass and through the holes on the back panel.. basically anywhere it could drag air in.. it did... now i just hoover the filters once a month :)

waiting on the h150i!! its going in the front as push/pull with LL on front and HD on the back :)...
Hey Zotty, I have this in the Phanteks Enthoo Pro M SE tempered glass case with the ODD removed. .

I have checked out a few more videos on pos and neg pressure, and I see what Devbiker was saying. My thought in the past was its better to get the hot air out, but dust was a concern. That is why I blow out my system so much, but after I checked out a few Linus and Jayz videos I see it is better to run pos pressure, so I will definitely test my case once it is up and running and adjust fan speeds accordingly to make a pos pressure situation. thanks for the info all.
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In a way i'm glad i'm not installing my H115i Pro until Christmas afternoon because I suspect Corsair link wouldn't be able to adjust anything on it because it wouldn't be supported yet.
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In a way i'm glad i'm not installing my H115i Pro until Christmas afternoon because I suspect Corsair link wouldn't be able to adjust anything on it because it wouldn't be supported yet.
We'll have to wait to see what unlvjeffro says about that.
I do know that Link will, at least, recognize it. The device definitions for both the 115 Pro and the 150 Pro are already in there.
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Old 12-10-2017, 01:35 PM
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I wish I had ordered 2 of them. The one I have now is going onto my secondary 8700K gaming pc build. My main gaming rig is X99 and I would have had it installed already and running. Oh well.
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Old 12-10-2017, 03:21 PM
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Could one of you, lucky few, who own this AIO please let us know how thick the radiator is. Please?
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Old 12-10-2017, 03:48 PM
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Could one of you, lucky few, who own this AIO please let us know how thick the radiator is. Please?
not sure on the h115i pro but the H150i pro is 27 mm thick
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