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500 - 2000 RPM
14 - 28 dB
Yes - 240 mm
- 41 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build The Pocket Rocket
This AIO liquid cooler is by far one of the best made and looking 240 radiator/pump combo I have ever had the pleasure using. With newer motherboards, like mine, it is easy to adjust the LED lighting due to it having a LED control software built in with them allowing the AIO to sync with the motherboard and other RGB components through a software such as Aura Sync. The LED lighting on the AIO matches the LED lighting on my ASUS motherboard, GSKILL RAM, and EVGA GPU perfectly. And, the most important thing, this AIO liquid cooler is more than adequate when it comes to cooling, I have ran my AMD Ryzen 7 – 2700X CPU at a 4.15 GHz overclock with the voltage at 1.390 volts and never saw over 65°C.
- 7 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build The ODT
This liquid cooler is one of the nicest looking all in ones I have seen. The LED's are easy to adjust, although the remote is attached to the LED cables and has to be inside the case, which makes it a little bit of a hassle to change the settings, but an overall controller like an Arduino might do the trick to make it work with a wireless remote. Newer motherboards will have LED controllers built in with them, but since we used a Z97 board, we might go with an Arduino setup. It was easy to install and all the parts are quality, you will get what you pay for. The fans are not too loud and the spinning flow indicator is a nice touch. Also props to Enermax for providing any kind of cables you might need, such as a Y adapter to be able to plug both of the fans into one slot.