Corsair recently introduced twol new water coolers: the H115i Pro RGB and the H150i Pro RGB. At first glance, these new 280 and 360 mm models look very similar to the existing H150i, but a closer look shows that Corsair has completely redesigned the coolers. The main purpose of this? To achieve the quietest possible operation. And although Corsair doesn't say it outright, they're mainly looking to compete with the popular Kraken X62 water cooler from NZXT.
The new water coolers are also, as their name suggests, equipped with RGB lighting that can be adjusted to your own liking using Corsair's Link software. The Link software is also an essential part of the silent operation of the coolers. If the temperatures allow it, the fans on the water block can be switched off completely, and the pump speed can also be set to optimum cooling or silent operation. Of course, the new coolers are not cheap. The 280 mm H115i Pro costs about 185 dollars, while the 360 mm H15i Pro will set you back 220 dollars.