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120mm CPU All In One (AIO) cooler, £64.99 @ Amazon
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120mm CPU All In One (AIO) cooler, £64.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 6th Dec 2019

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They are both good, i have the bigger radiator one myself. I like the lack of noise but the big one can be a squeeze in small cases.
moneychop06/12/2019 19:13

Isnt this …Isnt this betterhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07JWB5BSN/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


These are mainly used for cooling graphics cards along with the Kraken G12 bracket. Newer Corsair AIOs don’t fit that bracket any more.
Danze198406/12/2019 19:38

These are mainly used for cooling graphics cards along with the Kraken G12 …These are mainly used for cooling graphics cards along with the Kraken G12 bracket. Newer Corsair AIOs don’t fit that bracket any more.

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I don't know about cooling graphic card with Corsair 100i RGB platinum but it's definitely used for cooling Amd and Intel CPU. Like I did here
gn_punk406/12/2019 23:32

[Image] I don't know about cooling graphic card with Corsair 100i RGB …[Image] I don't know about cooling graphic card with Corsair 100i RGB platinum but it's definitely used for cooling Amd and Intel CPU. Like I did here


Just picked up a Ryzen 7 3800x, my case fans seem to be dieing. Would you recomend that AIO?
CBeems06/12/2019 23:56

Just picked up a Ryzen 7 3800x, my case fans seem to be dieing. Would you …Just picked up a Ryzen 7 3800x, my case fans seem to be dieing. Would you recomend that AIO?



Definitely, I even read somewhere that Corsair cover £1000 towards your pc hardware if it was damaged by the coolent leak if it's under warranty (which is for 5 years )
moneychop06/12/2019 19:13

Isnt this …Isnt this betterhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07JWB5BSN/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1


I bought one of this, it say renew but I received a brand new seal item
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gn_punk407/12/2019 00:25

I bought one of this, it say renew but I received a brand new seal …I bought one of this, it say renew but I received a brand new seal item[Image]


I wonder what the meant by “Renewed” i also ordered one the other day waiting for it to come
CBeems06/12/2019 23:56

Just picked up a Ryzen 7 3800x, my case fans seem to be dieing. Would you …Just picked up a Ryzen 7 3800x, my case fans seem to be dieing. Would you recomend that AIO?


Honestly for the price I'd rather get a big bad air cooler rather than an AIO. I remember I had a corsair H55 or something, small rad AIO. Had it for a good few years.

Ended up buying a 212 Evo air cooler for £20 or so, dropped my temps by 10 degrees. Unless you're spending big money on an AIO or proper water cooling solution, it's more cost effective to go for a decent air cooler (and the peace of mind that comes with it).
Christoh17/12/2019 10:43

Honestly for the price I'd rather get a big bad air cooler rather than an …Honestly for the price I'd rather get a big bad air cooler rather than an AIO. I remember I had a corsair H55 or something, small rad AIO. Had it for a good few years.Ended up buying a 212 Evo air cooler for £20 or so, dropped my temps by 10 degrees. Unless you're spending big money on an AIO or proper water cooling solution, it's more cost effective to go for a decent air cooler (and the peace of mind that comes with it).


You are probably right. The AIOs have a certain wow factor though. Maybe the wow factor just isn't enough.
CBeems17/12/2019 14:28

You are probably right. The AIOs have a certain wow factor though. Maybe …You are probably right. The AIOs have a certain wow factor though. Maybe the wow factor just isn't enough.


I think that's mainly what you're paying for, RGB liquid cooling for your CPU. Don't get me wrong, some of them cool very well, but you're paying a considerable amount more than you would for the same performance of an air cooler.

That's the beauty of PC building, if you have the money and you want to do it, you can do it. Over the years I've become pretty frugal and my focus is on utility and value more than aesthetics, so it's not my cup of tea - but I'm sure this is right up someone's street.
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