The Corsair iCue Software
Using the Corsair iCue software, you can adjust your fan speeds, giving you control to minimize noise or maximize cooling. You can also access a wider array of pre-configured lighting profiles and then customize them to match your PC build.
For our tests, we used a test rig which includes the ASRock AB350M Pro4 Motherboard, along with an AMD Ryzen 5 2400G (AM4) at default clock speed of 3.9GHz, as well as 16GB of Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR4-3000 ram in dual channel mode.
All tests were conducted at default clock speed of 3.9GHz at a resolution of 1920×1080. High or Ultra settings enabled.
|CPU||AMD Ryzen 5 2400G (AM4) @ 3.6GHz (Turbo Boost @ 3.9GHz)|
|Cooling||Corsair H115i Pro RGB AIO (with below fans)|
|Fans||Corsair ML140 Pro RGB|
|Motherboard||ASRock AB350M Pro4 (AM4)|
|Ram||2 x Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR4-3000|
|SSD/HDD||Patriot Hellfire PCIE M.2 256GB SSD|
|PSU||Thermaltake Toughpower RGB 850W|
|VGA card||Discrete: Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 8GB GDDR5
Onboard: Radeon Vega RX 11 Graphics
|Graphics Drivers||Latest AMD Adrenalin Edition 18.3.4|
Our idle temps were good. The Ryzen 5 2400G reached a temperature of around 47 degree Celsius, which is more than acceptable.
We put the Ryzen 5 2400G processor through its paces and load temperatures reached 74 degrees Celsius. Which what I expected. Looks like the Corsair H115i Pro RGB AIO cooler is doing its job pretty well. Of course this is also thanks to the Corsair ML140 Pro RGB fans which we used on the radiator.