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The Corsair H100i GTX (Cont’d)

Figure 6 shows the top of the block, where the pump that makes the liquid to flow is integrated. It has a cable with a three-pin connector, which must be connected to the motherboard in order to power the system, and two four-pin connectors, where the fans are connected. The manufacturer logo lits when the system is turned on, and you can set the color of the light by software.

Corsair H100i GTXFigure 6: block

The base of the block, which is made of copper, is revealed in Figure 7. The thermal compound comes preapplied at the base. Notice the connector where the USB cable to be connected to the motherboard goes.

Corsair H100i GTXFigure 7: base

Figure 8 illustrates the 120 mm PWM fans that come with the H100i GTX (2,435 rpm, 3.36 W, 70.69 cfm, 37.7 dBA).

Corsair H100i GTXFigure 8: fans

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Rafael Otto Coelho is a physicist with a master’s degree in Education, and is a college professor in Brazil.