The box for the H115i RGB Platinum is busy and bright. On the left, we see the Corsair logo, with mentions of iCUE, 140mm fans, and the five-year warranty. In the middle is a look at the H115i RGB platinum in all of its illuminated glory, and we also find mention of the multi-zone RGB head unit.
On this longer side panel, the left half covers the compatibility and the inclusion of iCUE as long as you have an extra USB 2.0 internal header. The right half of the panel has what comes in the box, which lists the cooler, two ML 140 fans, mounting hardware, the iCUE cable, and the guide.
Both of the smaller side panels are identical and start with the Corsair name and logo at the top. Below we are told of its extreme performance, magnetic levitation fans, and its quiet cooling capabilities. Beyond that, we see another image of the cooler followed by its full name at the bottom.
The second of the long side panels offer information we have already seen, but Corsair had some space to fill. All names are present, along with another image of the cooler, but this time the main point is to dive a little deeper into what the iCUE software can provide.
The back of the package points out the pair of ML 140 fans and their customizable lighting, the copper cold-plate, the head unit with individually controlled RGB LEDs, and the fact that there is a Zero RPM mode offered as well. To the right, there are dimensional renderings of the radiator, with a list of technical specifications.
Once the box is opened, and the dense foam layer has been removed, you can see all of the components packed neatly in a partitioned inner package. This ensures all parts do not meet while traveling to your door, and as it has in the past, it allowed our H115i RGB Platinum to arrive in perfect condition for images and testing.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Corsair H115i RGB Platinum CPU Cooler]
- Page 4 [Accessories and Documentation]
- Page 5 [Installation and Finished Product]
- Page 6 [Test System Setup, Thermal Tests, and Noise Results]
- Page 7 [Final Thoughts]
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