Corsair, the American company famous for their computer peripherals and computer gears, have been putting a lot of effort to increase their variety of personalized loop solutions have launched their new product, Hydro XC5 RGB CPU Water Block. If you are after a CPU cooling solution with a good build at a medium low budget, this device will definitely catch your eye.
Corsair Hydro XC5 RGB CPU Water Block – Design
Surprisingly, Corsair has not broadcasted much about its launch of a new device or made a lot of promotion, or created a buzz about the product Hydro XC5 RGB CPU Water Block. This CPU is more budget-friendly than their mainstream Hydro designs like Hydro XC7 and Hydro XC9. Hydro XC5 water block calls for a little more attention if you are after a new and stylish at the moment and want to carry on your search for a variety of personalized loop designs for your Personal Computer.
Corsair Hydro XC5 RGB CPU Water Block – Features and Specifications
The XC5 Water Block goes with Intel LGA 115x/1200 and AMD AM4 socket designs. The water block boasts of an acetal top with RGB lighting together with 16 LEDs and using the iCUE software, a total personalization for 8 sections of the water blocks.
Corsair team says that The CORSAIR Hydro X Series XC5 RGB CPU Water Block has all the power to be a part of your personalized cooling loop. The water block boasts of a great build-up, powerful RGB lighting, and supreme cooling capability. If you take a look at the product you will want it to be a centerpiece of your cooling loop.
Corsair Hydro XC5 RGB CPU Water Block – Price and Availability
You can buy The CORSAIR Hydro X Series XC5 RGB CPU Water Block at British Pound Sterling (GBP) of 54.99. The variant costs 10 British Pound Sterling (GBP) less than the earlier launched XC7. This will give buyers looking for relatively expensive CPU water block solution some more options. The CORSAIR Hydro X Series XC5 RGB CPU Water Block is available at the official website of Corsair and other retail websites and outlets.
A sneak peek at Corsair
Corsair Gaming, Inc., is an American company headquartered in Fremont, California. The company was built in 1994 by Andy Paul, Don Lieberman, and John Beekley. Corsair was incorporated in Delaware in 2007. They develop and sell a variety of computer peripherals like high-speed DRAM modules, ATX power supplies (PSUs), USB flash drives (UFDs), CPU/GPU, computer cases, solid-state drives (SSDs), speakers, and gaming peripherals like keyboards or computer mice.