( 4.6 Average / 16 Ratings )
It does a great job. It's a little plain looking... but.. that's fine with me. All black with a little snowflake accent on the face of it. Keeps temps really nice, isn't loud at all. Nice quality. Two spots on the reservoir itself for the fan headers was a nice idea too. Tomshardware.com and few known youtubers who do reviews all said good things and they were right.
Excellent AIO solution - looks sleek, keeps a hot OC 7700k below 75C at full load. Fans are quiet despite a high SP rating. PWM control takes the headache out of software controlled AIO.
I get a solid 28C idle and 34C under load so far. I only have a mild OC so far of 3.8GHz. I was spending allot of time troubleshooting ram timing issues.
Runs super quite keeps everything frosty and super easy to install also the intergrated fan hub is awesome!
very good and quiet - see details in the main text
Great cooling performance but the pump is rattling a little bit even in idle at lowest rpm.
Edit.: Even second one is rattling and humming really loud (it´s clearly noticable through sounddampened sidepanel of R5) so i don´t reccomend this AIO.
Runs so smooth and looks clean and gorgeous! Fitted very seamlessly with the provided adopter for the AM4 socket
What can i say its quiet and keeps my CPU ice cold even over clocked to 3.9Hz and on top of that the integrated fan hub is so convenient.
Quiet, low key, keeps up with the competition when it comes to keeping a CPU cool. Throw in the added benefits of the smart fan header, competitive price, and the ability to expand the loop, it is a winner.
Pros: I like its simplistic design, it keeps temps super cool as well, automatic mode, fans plug into the radiator so you can hide the mess
Cons: The fans are noticeable if you're overclocking.