Corsair's cooling arm has announced a new entry in its Hydro Series all-in-one liquid cooling range, the H110i GT, along with a cooling bracket designed to connect it and others to reference-design Nvidia GeForce 700-series graphics cards.
Unveiled by the company at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas late last night, the Hydro Series H110i GT builds on the company's existing all-in-one liquid cooling products with a redesign which Corsair claims makes it the 'most advanced liquid CPU cooler
' it has yet released. Based around a radiator measuring 140mm x 322mm and packing a pair of SP140L high static pressure 140mm fans, the device is claimed to be able to tame any current CPU with ease. The cooling block has been redesigned, featuring improved performance and a new look with logo inserts, while the system includes support for the company's Corsair Link monitoring and control software.
The Hydro Series H110i GT is to be joined at launch by the HG10 N780 GPU Cooling Bracket, one of a growing number of add-ons designed to convert CPU liquid cooling devices for use with a graphics card. Designed for any Corsair Hydro Series cooler, the bracket supports reference design boards from the Nvidia 700-series: the GeForce GTX 770, GTX 780, GTX 780 Ti, Titan, and Titan Black. Requiring only eight screws to install, Corsair claims using the bracket with one of its coolers can lower the GPU's operating temperature by up to 45°C. The stock blower fan can be fitted to the bracket to keep the VRAM and voltage regulator modules cool.
Additional announcements made by Corsair during its CES presentation include a low-cost Carbide Series 100R ATX case and Silent variant priced at $49 and $59 respectively, a new flagship HX1200i power supply boasting 80 PLUS Platinum rating and zero-RPM fan mode at low to medium load, the Neutron Series XT SSDs in 240GB, 480GB and 960GB capacities and boasting 560MB/s read and 540MB/s write performance, and a partnership with pro-gamers Team Dignitas to create next-generation gaming accessories.
Both the H110i GT and the HG10 N780 bracket are to launch in February, with UK pricing for the former set at £129.99 and the latter at £26.20. Details on the cooler
are available on Corsair's official website.