Corsair iCUE H150i RGB PRO XT 360mm AIO CPU Cooler $148.80 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Scorptec has it for $159 Delivered
https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/630218

This news reached the mighty Bogdanov.

Bogdanov made the famous call to Jeff.

He assured him that Amazon will not be disrespected, especially on prime day.

A price dump followed, leaving the big bad behemoth bully, with the cheaper option.

Europe was saved.

Corsair iCUE H100i RGB PRO XT, 240mm @ $109
https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0829RTMKY/

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This is part of Amazon Prime Day sale for 2021

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Comments

  • +2 votes

    Is Jeff the guy who used to give us gaming deals on reddit r/gamedeals. I miss who ever that guy at amazon was

  • +1 vote

    Would this be good for a 2200G, and to use with any upgrade down the line? Say, a 3600?

    • +1 vote

      Massive overkill, a basic air cooler will more than suffice for that and a 3600…In saying that it does look cool though ;)

  • +1 vote

    I just bought a Kraken Z73 for around $350 last week so it makes sense for this deal to pop up now.

  • +1 vote

    Corsair iCUE H100i RGB PRO XT 240mm is cheaper at PCByte ($99).
    Even with $9 shipping it's still slightly cheaper.

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    Ok…so why not a deepcool gammaxx? More likely to last and cheaper. Unless you're going core crazy of course. But I'm thinking the gammaxx would be fine for all the 3600x/5600x users.. Which is the majority

    • +1 vote

      It's Air vs AIO.
      I prefer Noctua if it's Air.

    • +1 vote

      Air would always be my pick, however just moving to a 10L case and AIOs are definitely better space optimised.

  • +2 votes
  • +2 votes

    This AIO cooler is only recommended if you're already currently an iCUE user or plan to run your CPU to it's very limits regularly.

    Noise for this is significantly higher than other AIOs and has less cooling capabilities until it's set to run near it's peak speed.

    If you don't use iCUE then I'd probably avoid this. I bought this recently when it was a bit more expensive as I stupidly jumped on a deal posted here thinking that it was an actual deal and I figured having already setup iCUE from my PSU that it'd be a bit more fun than an air cooler.

    Plenty of other better AIOs, not going to spend the time listing which one is better for X and Y, you can do that yourself, as I'm sick of getting downvoted by keyboard warriors.

    Wouldn't be surprised if this got downvoted by some diehard Corsair fan, or a moron who read a single review and preaches it as gospel; though another set of downvotes is probably healthy as it just reassures me not to invest time informing the uninformed when it seems that the negative uncaring users heavily outweigh the few who value information.

    • +1 vote

      I wouldn’t stress about them down voters mate , any informative input is good, so cheers for that :)

      • +1 vote

        I appreciate the comment, I truly do, but when I'd go the extra mile to list information at times in the past, then look at it the next day with enough downvotes that my comment got hidden, it would get to me.

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      Is it the pump noise or the fan noise?
      I read review that on normal CPU load this AIO will use low RPM or completely shutdown the fan, that's why I'm thinking to change my current Noctua to this.

  • +1 vote

    I'm not sure about the fans completely shutting down.

    This AIO gets beaten by numerous other AIOs in performance when it comes to the fans running at a low speed, it still also remains the loudest.

    I recall the tests done for noise at a heavy load, it had about 57db while the other AIOs were around 37db.