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Corsair H150i PRO RGB CPU Cooler Review (Page 2)

By Chad Sebring from Mar 5, 2018 @ 22:00 CST
TweakTown Rating: 79%Manufacturer: Corsair





The packaging surely grabs your attention with all of the colors and the large image of the product front and center. At the left, we see mentions of the LINK software, included 120mm fans, the five-year warranty, and images of some of the colors the head unit will offer.

The name of the product is at the right, and below it, we see that Corsair has called this a LOW NOISE 360mm RGB liquid cooler. At least they try to hint at the fact that performance is not a priority.





This longer side of the box delivers things like compatibility and what can be fou8nd in the box. That information is repeated in various languages to cover all the markets they sell in.




One of the smaller ends of the box offers more eye-catching art. While they only show a small bit of the cooler, the company name, and the product name, the panel does look sharp.




The second longer panel does not offer much at all, in fact, this is a lot of wasted space. The panel is used to deliver information about the LINK software, and what can be done by installing it.




The second smaller end of the box shows us four features, which we saw on the front of the box, and are repeated in French below the English version. The name of the product is at the bottom, and above it is an illuminated image of the cooler itself.




The back of the box is where you will locate all of the technical information. Corsair addresses the fans, the software, the head unit, and a mention of the Zero Cooling mode offered. There are also dimensional renderings of the radiator with noise level charts below it. The right end of the box shows off the technical specifications, which are condensed compared to what we showed earlier.




As all Corsair AIOs are shipped, we find the H150i PRO RGB packaged in recycled cardboard, which keeps all of the components separated. It ensures that the product will not be damaged, and is perfect shape to go into a build or be photographed as we do.

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