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Corsair launches their Hydro X series of water cooling products

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Corsair launches their Hydro X series of water cooling products

Corsair launches their Hydro X series of water cooling products

They have finally done it! Corsair has entered the liquid cooling market, with their Computex booth showcasing a wide range of liquid cooling products that range from blocks to pumps, reservoirs, radiators and even accessories such as custom fittings/adapters, premium hardline tubing and more. 

Starting today, PC builders can use Corsair's water cooling configurator, which will allow users to spec out their planned custom water cooling builts, with users of Corsair cases gaining access to specific component recommendations for their existing PC enclosure.

Corsair's new components are designed to be utilised with existing Corsair hardware like the Commander Pro and software solutions such as iCUE, enabling Corsair's RGB enabled water cooling components to be easily integrated into existing Corsair lighting setups. 

Sadly, we do not have full details on Corsair's entire water cooling lineup at this time, though we know that Corsair will offer their users two Hydro X series water clocks in the form of the XC7 and XC9 (all major sockets will be supported) and launch with GPU water blocks for Nvidia's  GTX 1080 Ti FE, RTX 2070 FE, RTX 2080 FE and RTX 2080 Ti FE. A water block for AMD's Radeon RX Vega 56/64 will also be available. Each of Corsair's GPU water blocks will ship with a custom backplate. 
 

    Experience powerful cooling with minimal noise, easy setup, and automated control for efficient fan and pump speeds. Choose from a full range of water blocks for any current desktop CPU and the latest graphics cards, including NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 and 2080 Ti. Create mesmerizing visuals with dynamic RGB lighting throughout your loop, controlled by CORSAIR iCUE software. And with CORSAIR’s convenient online custom cooling configurator to create a full list of parts tailored to your system, it’s never been easier to step up your build with custom cooling.



In the UK, most of Corsair's new Hydro X series of water cooling components are already available to order. More information about Corsair's Hydro X series of liquid cooling components is available here. Corsair's water cooling configuration tool is available here

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31-05-2019, 11:29:56

AngryGoldfish
Seeing as many of these parts were co-designed (if that's the right way to put it) by all the other manufacturers, what exactly is the point of this line? Is it because Corsair has a wider distribution range and can sell their products for less? I can understand the wider availability as it means more people can get into water cooling, but Corsair are not a cheap brand, and surely it wouldn't make sense for EK and Hardware Labs to sell out their experience and equipment to a cheaper rival. If they were getting a large cut, maybe that would make sense. The more people watercool the better for all the watercooling companies it will be.Quote

31-05-2019, 18:57:39

Dark NighT
Saw Jayztwocents vid on this kit, the pumpres combo looks incredibly awful and really really cheap, the fittings are Bitspower basically and while the gpu block does look decent, the cpu blocks don't and i think this whole thing with its crazy cheap plastic looks is just a foolish thing to do and hurts other, proper watercooling companies.Quote
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