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600 - 2200 RPM
16 - 39.5 dB
Yes - 280 mm
- 27 points
- 21 months ago
from completed build My Demise!
Keeps CPU pretty cool on stress it barely made it to 78C, so it does its job! Easy to install!
- 25 points
- 21 months ago
from completed build Poseidon's Abyss
This is the first AIO I've owned and overall I'm impressed by it. It's a lot quieter than I thought it was going to be based on what I was reading, it looks fantastic, and it definitely works way better than my Hyper 212 Evo and Cryorig H7.
HOWEVER - It performed identical to a Noctua NH-D15 I got my hands on, which is cheaper and has no risk of damaging other components, so it's difficult to justify the extra cost of this cooler.
- 22 points
- 22 days ago
from completed build First Build
Tough decision to choose between CLC 360. Ended up going with this one to have more open space in the case .
- 19 points
- 26 months ago
from completed build The Black(er) Box
I love this thing. It's quiet, it keeps my temps down, and EVGA has r a v e reviews when it comes to customer support. I keep the LED off because RGB is retarded and I cant see the damn thing anyway. The stock fans seem to be of ok quality - I find the blades a bit thin for my taste but if I give the fans a push in my hands I can actually feel a noticeable airflow on my palm (something my old cooler master fans never game me). In either case, I replaced the stock fans with the 2 Noctua 140 mm fans and my god they're wonderful (more below on them).
- 19 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build Meshify RTX 2080
Does a great job keeping the temps low on my i7 7700k. Software is easy to use and easy to monitor temps and fans.
- 16 points
- 13 months ago
from completed build RGB-Gone
Equal to its Corsair counterpart. I replaced the stock fans for Noctuas, but performance has been excellent even with fans running at slightly reduced rpm.
- 14 points
- 19 months ago
from completed build Phoenix Rising
First and foremost, I knocked a star off for the Flow software. I had read mixed reviews about it, and sad to say they are justified.
My main goal with my build was to buy more cooler than needed so that I could turn the fans down low and still maintain good temps. Flow wants to let you do it, but for the life of me I couldn't get it to work. Only the pump would change fan speeds. I had to configure it to not run on auto and use my motherboards fan control to work. They are still a bit louder than I'm used to, but at least I can't hear the pump.
Outside of that, temps are great. 33c on idle and 48c max while on load, both gaming and Prime95 tests.
- 11 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build Minesweeper Crusher
Keeps my 9700K at 5.2GHz nice and wet, I mean cold.. No complaints.