It looks like Corsair will be release DIY watercooling products they have shown up at Micro Center. These products include CPU and GPU blocks and well as radiators. Corsair we of course know for their all-in-one liquid cooling solutions, but this is the first time we’ve seen DIY parts from them.
Starting off with the CPU blocks we have an XC7 RGB and XC9 RGB. The XC7 is made for Intel LGA115X and AMD AM4 sockets while the XC9 and made for LGA2066 and AMD TR4 sockets. The XG7 RGB waterblock is made for the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Founders Edition Card. As you can guess all three of these blocks have RGB lighting and we can assume you’ll be able to control them via Corsair’s iCUE software.
The radiators are called the XR5 and XR7. The XR5 is a 420 MM radiator while the XR7 is a 480 MM radiator.
We assume these are scheduled to be launched at Computex next week, expect an official announcement then.