The front of the packaging will attract the eye with the bright bands of yellow as well as the RGB wave found behind the image of the H100i PRO RGB in the center. We also see notifications for Corsair Link, which is iCUE now, that there is a pair of 120mm fans inside, and that there is a 5-year warranty. At the bottom, we see the mention of the RGB head unit, as well as that this AIO is designed for low noise production.
The right end of the box is bright yellow, with the Corsair name at the top. There is a view of the cooler in the middle where the yellow color breaks, and at the bottom is the full name of this product.
Around back, the left side is used to show the fans, a zero RPM mode, and that there is software control. The middle is used to mention the RGB nature of the head unit again, while also covering the dimensions of the radiator with a pair of renderings. That left the right side of the panel to display a condensed list of specifications in six languages.
The left end of the box is yellow to match the other end, but this time the panel is used to display a list of four features which have all been covered, as well as offering an illuminated view of the H100i PRO RGB at the bottom.
The longer sides of the box are used, in this case, to display compatibility, mention the software, and explain what should be found inside the box.
The last side of the box, while still mentioning Corsair LINK rather than iCUE, it also explains that it can be used for control of the fans for an "ideal" combination of cooling power and noise. The software is also where you address the colors of the LEDs in the head unit, with lighting modes available as well, not just static colors.
As they all do, this Corsair AIO is packed inside of plastic bags and placed in an inner cardboard container. It has once again allowed the cooler to get to us in perfect condition and ready for its close-ups to come.
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- Page 1 [Introduction, Specifications, and Pricing]
- Page 2 [Packaging]
- Page 3 [Corsair H100i PRO RGB 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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