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CORSAIR iCUE H150i RGB PRO XT 360mm Liquid CPU Cooler - $144.99 AC + FS

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Newegg has CORSAIR iCUE H150i RGB PRO XT, 360mm Radiator, Triple 120mm PWM Fans, Advanced RGB Lighting and Fan Control with Software, Liquid CPU Cooler on sale for $144.99 after code

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Keep in mind that iCue isn't so much a feature as it is a requirement.
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Keep in mind that iCue isn't so much a feature as it is a requirement.
Can you provide more details as to why it's more of a requirement?
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Can you provide more details as to why it's more of a requirement?
You need to use iCue software to control the RGB lighting and fans. I have this AIO and have not yet had any issues with the software or hardware.
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This is a good price for a 360 aio.

I just really wish corsair would sell them without fans, and a basic rgb header on them for motherboard controlled rgb.

That way all your rgb can be synced in just one place.
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I just bought this last week and for some reason Best Buy shipped it UPS Ground with a battery sticker.
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You need to use iCue software to control the RGB lighting and fans. I have this AIO and have not yet had any issues with the software or hardware.
Isnt that the case of basically most components with RGB?
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Does Corsair iCUE H100i RGB Pro XT 240mm Water Cooling Kit outperform this in cost and performance-wise?
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Isnt that the case of basically most components with RGB?
Yep that's definitely the case for Corsair and NZXT. Not sure if others (like EK/Lian-Li) plug into a motherboard RGB header.
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Does Corsair iCUE H100i RGB Pro XT 240mm Water Cooling Kit outperform this in cost and performance-wise?
The H100i Pro XT is the same pump head, but smaller radiator and 2 120mm fans instead of 3. It's definitely cheaper, but the performance (in theory) should be less than the H150i because of the smaller surface area of the radiator. There are probably a bunch of YouTube videos comparing performance of 240mm vs 360mm AIOs.
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Will this fit in my Fractal R4 Design case?
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You really don't need a 360 unless you're trying to cool both the CPU/gpu. A 240mm will be able to do the job, though most people's choice is determined by what they can fit in their case.

BTW, there's been many benchmarks that say a quality CPU fan cooler can cool your CPU as good as an AIO, if not better. They also only last a few years, most quality AIOs only last around 5 years, some cheaper ones will break a lot sooner. Fans can last many years, even more than a decade.

I'm not saying they're bad, you just have to weigh your pros and cons Smilie
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If you want better performance at this price range get an Ice giant. If you don't mind 4 120mm fans. Look at the YouTube reviews of the prototype. It's not as nice looking as RGB liquid coolers but the performance is amazing.

https://www.icegiantcooling.com/
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Can you provide more details as to why it's more of a requirement?
In device manager, it will show the device, but it will have no driver installed for the device as a whole.

As far as I can tell with my Corsair AIO, the pump-speed and fan-speed stay constant unless you install iCue. I have it installed currently, but I refuse to update it ever again. If it works, it's fine, though it steals more system resources than I think it should. When it doesn't work, it could be some of the worst software you have ever installed.
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Isnt that the case of basically most components with RGB?
Depends who makes the product. Corsair wants their own RGB ecosystem, where various other manufacturers let you use motherboard RGB headers.

RGB isn't my main concern though, but the inability to monitor/change pump speed or fans without iCue is an issue. If they made a "Lite" version that just controlled the essentials for the specific product, I wouldn't be typing this. However...

It tanked my performance so bad after an update once about a year or year and a half ago, and it was a PIA to get it purged from my PC. I waited several moths before re-installing it. I looked it up, and this seemed to be a common issue with many people with specific updated versions. If you have it installed currently, and it works without causing major issues to your PC, never update it. Just my advice.

I'm sure that this isn't everyone's experience, but it was mine and many others. I think Corsair still makes some good products, but I tend to avoid buying anything that requires iCue from now on. I'll also be getting rid of this 280mm AIO as soon as I find a good alternative at around the same price.

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