Corsair Cooling ICE T30 System

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Introduction

Corsair are well known for their excellent performance memory, rugged flash drives and in recent times have released a number of award winning PSUs. They have also dabbled in the cooling market previously with the Nautilus 500 which was the easiest water-cooling product to install at the time of release.

Things have been quiet on the cooling front since then but it seems that the Corsair engineers have been allowed to have a little fun, the result of which we have for review today.  The Corsair Cooling ICE T30 is the most extreme memory cooler available, but just how high will it allow us to push modules, today we find out.

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