Corsair is showing off a couple of new liquid-cooling products at CES this week. The Hydro Series H110i GT follows in the footsteps of its H110 predecessor, but it's infused with Corsair Link functionality that lets users monitor and control fan and pump speeds using Windows software. That software also controls the backlit Corsair logo on the CPU block—don't worry, it's the old-school sails design rather than the tribal squiggle that adorns some of Corsair's gaming-focused products.
Like its forebear, the H110i GT has a double-length radiator with mounts for dual 140-mm fans. The radiator is 1.1" thick, and it ships with a couple of Corsair's own SP140L spinners. The GT also has a "new generation, high-efficiency cooling block" that's compatible with all modern sockets.
Corsair will start selling the H110i GT in February for $129.99. Like the H110, the cooler is covered by a five-year warranty.
While the H110i GT is meant for CPUs, it can also be strapped to select GPUs via the HG10 N780 GPU bracket. This GPU mount is compatible with GeForce GTX 770, 780, 780 Ti, Titan, and Titan Black graphics cards based on Nvidia's reference design. It works with any Hydro Series cooler, as well.
We spotted the HG10 back in June, and a Radeon-focused A1 version is already selling at Newegg. The GeForce variant isn't due out until February, though. It has the same two-year warranty and $39.99 suggested retail price as the Radeon unit.
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