Corsair next-generation AIO cooler for Intel Alder Lake processors gets spotted

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Will never buy a Corsair AIO again. They should not be allowed to sell stuff that is deliberately designed to be obsolete and unfixable. My BeQuiet Silent Loop 2 comes with filling port and they even provide coolant.
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Well, that image was pulled hardly surprising showing the Prime Z690 when Asus hasn't done it themselves anyway.
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southamptonfc:

Will never buy a Corsair AIO again. They should not be allowed to sell stuff that is deliberately designed to be obsolete and unfixable.
Ive been running my Corsair H115i RGB PLATINUM for just over 2 years now and unlike my previous H110i gt... Ive had 0 issues with the hardware although performance wise the 110i was better by a few degree`s, I just wish Corsair actually improved the cooling as well as the looks.
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southamptonfc:

Will never buy a Corsair AIO again. They should not be allowed to sell stuff that is deliberately designed to be obsolete and unfixable. My BeQuiet Silent Loop 2 comes with filling port and they even provide coolant.
more you let customers interfere the more returns you get.
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southamptonfc:

Will never buy a Corsair AIO again. They should not be allowed to sell stuff that is deliberately designed to be obsolete and unfixable. My BeQuiet Silent Loop 2 comes with filling port and they even provide coolant.
Usually AIO covers are deigned so that they don't require filling. (at least not for the intended life of the product)
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southamptonfc:

Will never buy a Corsair AIO again. They should not be allowed to sell stuff that is deliberately designed to be obsolete and unfixable. My BeQuiet Silent Loop 2 comes with filling port and they even provide coolant.
And your warranty is 2 years. And wont cover damage to pc components. My corsair has a 5 year warranty and covers any components damaged by leaking. Every one I've owned worked flawlessly for the 5 years. That's all i ask of them.
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HawaiianBrian:

And your warranty is 2 years. And wont cover damage to pc components. My corsair has a 5 year warranty and covers any components damaged by leaking. Every one I've owned worked flawlessly for the 5 years. That's all i ask of them.
My first aio.....H110i gt clogged up with scale after just 9 months so i opened it up....de-scaled the copper plate and replaced the crappy coolant with some Fesser F1 clear and carried on using it for a few more years until I got the rgb itch and changed to the 115i plat.
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southamptonfc:

Will never buy a Corsair AIO again. They should not be allowed to sell stuff that is deliberately designed to be obsolete and unfixable. My BeQuiet Silent Loop 2 comes with filling port and they even provide coolant.
My 'Enermax LiqFusion 240 RGB' (£35 Amazon warehouse), also has a bottle of coolant, never had to use it though, and after 18 months when a fan started to make a worrying rattle, I enquired to support about purchasing a new one and they sent me out a new fan completely free 🙂
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Stairmand:

Usually AIO covers are deigned so that they don't require filling. (at least not for the intended life of the product)
That is exactly my point, Corsair intend for the life of the product to be shorter than it could be, simply so you have to buy a new one.
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I like the looks that said my d15s is 6yo and it's like brand new hope it does another 6
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southamptonfc:

That is exactly my point, Corsair intend for the life of the product to be shorter than it could be, simply so you have to buy a new one.
I'm curious how much liquid is left in my H80 from 2010 that is still in use today.
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vf:

I'm curious how much liquid is left in my H80 from 2010 that is still in use today.
I think mine was about half full. I only discovered this when I started having trouble with CPU temps a few months ago. If I were able to refill it, I'd still be using it today. I felt terrible having to throw away an otherwise perfectly usable piece of equipment.
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That was what I used to think first getting into AIOs. Sealed sounds good practice but hell for maintenance purposes long term. Ending up at some point throwing it out with the loss of oil.
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cucaulay malkin:

I like the looks that said my d15s is 6yo and it's like brand new hope it does another 6
It will, easy ! Hell it will do 20 more years if needed ,my ninja 2 till it was given away recently was working flawless and to my knowledge still does i think i brought it 2008 or 9 with the phenom 2 720 ! This is why i love to death aircoolers the heatpipe design has no weakspots (other than the fans that can and eventually will die ) the heat pipes are in comparison to aios immortal ! And when coolers like your d15 exist the benefits of an aio cooler i just can not see em few degrees at best if even . Exception to the rule if a) you move your desktop a lot for what ever reason and b) if you crammed things into a tiny pc so the only decent cooling you can get is with an aio !
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southamptonfc:

I think mine was about half full. I only discovered this when I started having trouble with CPU temps a few months ago. If I were able to refill it, I'd still be using it today. I felt terrible having to throw away an otherwise perfectly usable piece of equipment.
You could have removed the copper plate and filled it through the pump in-out holes
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southamptonfc:

I think mine was about half full. I only discovered this when I started having trouble with CPU temps a few months ago. If I were able to refill it, I'd still be using it today. I felt terrible having to throw away an otherwise perfectly usable piece of equipment.
You have just removed the copper plate and refilled through the in-out ports https://scontent-lcy1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t31.18172-8/13920378_10206498554971360_9002610265910663867_o.jpg?_nc_cat=110&ccb=1-5&_nc_sid=cdbe9c&_nc_ohc=OPZSEh4VA_kAX83jePk&_nc_ht=scontent-lcy1-1.xx&oh=fec16e0f0576e3f5daca3997942d4934&oe=619097E1 https://scontent-lcy1-1.xx.fbcdn.net/v/t31.18172-8/13667790_10206498554931359_1113877052594496343_o.jpg?_nc_cat=101&ccb=1-5&_nc_sid=cdbe9c&_nc_ohc=1DzQFlIKMa4AX-HMJwv&_nc_ht=scontent-lcy1-1.xx&oh=7aa097a84db770c78a80e69c039773a7&oe=6191697A
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my comment isn't on the aio at all - the DDR 5 Vengeance RAM looks amazing! Corsair RAM is always good so that at least isn't in doubt but this is some of the best looking RAM Corsair has ever put out.