The radiator on the H115i is based on a 280 mm design that is 27 mm thick, with a typical fin density for AIO coolers. If you need to increase the performance, push/pull fan setups are possible with the Corsair H115i RGB PRO XT.
The provided 140 mm fans run at a maximum of 2000 rpm, and feature a maximum airflow of 97 CFM.
The radiator’s dimensions are 322 x 137 x 27 mm. To simplify the design, the pump, reservoir, and radiator are of course set up as one unit. The design of the radiator is minimalistic, but the manufacturer’s shiny logo is still to be found on the side. The tubing is approximately 350 mm long, and has black braided sleeving.
The quality of the CPU block is great, and there’s the manufacturer’s logo here as well (RGB-enabled). This time it’s all-black, which makes it sleeker and more universal than the H115i Pro version. The water block has a copper base.
The base of the block does not have a smooth mirror finish and comes with pre-applied thermal paste.