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Corsair Hydro X

Posted by Peter 01/06/2019 0 Comment(s) New Products,

Corsair have rocked up at Computex and blasted out there new custom loop watercooling range! Branded as the Hydro X, Corsair have released a first wave of blocks rads fittings and tubes. At first glance the fittings look similar to other fittings on the market also containing double O-rings and rads also look quite standard. The GPU blocks have a nice metal finish outside of the acrylic plate with Corsairs connection to get you to use the RGB Corsair control boards (iCue). 

These parts look quite good and we are looking forward to getting our hands on them for a play. 

This is Corsairs Blurb bellow. 

"From CPU and graphics card water blocks to a pump/reservoir, fittings, tubing, radiators, and coolant, the Hydro X Series offers everything you need to build a spectacular custom cooling loop that lowers system temperatures and improves performance, complete with vivid RGB lighting.

Rigorously tested and validated to ensure the utmost reliability and stability, the Hydro X Series has been meticulously designed to work best alongside the massive range of CORSAIR cases and cooling components, fully integrated with CORSAIR iCUE software for automated fan and pump speed control and complete lighting customization.

The Hydro X Series delivers a complete range of high-quality parts to build an amazing custom cooling system, while removing many of the complexities in the process. For those who want to take their PC build to new heights of performance and style, the Hydro X Series puts custom cooling firmly within reach.”


Link through to Corsairs page with more information

It would have been nice to give consumers a choice about mixing up parts and not forcing the ique to control RGB companants after all 'CUSTOM loop should be that' and not a brand power move. That said its minor downside in what could be a great range of products to hit the shelves. 

A review when we get our hands on some.