We are testing the cooler in a case, in order to recreate a real-life scenario. Here, you can see how many wires you will need to manage. In this case, it’s a simple task, as only the 4-pin PWM, SATA, and USB cables need to be plugged in.
The pressure of the block is very good. The tubing is relatively flexible, and its position can be nicely adjusted. One thing to be underlined, the screws are really coming in very tight into the radiator, it's even worse than in the H100i version, which already brought some difficulties.
Here’s a small teaser of what the H115i RGB PRO XT looks like after booting. Want to see more? Then head to the next page.