Antec Mercury 360mm AIO Water Cooler £65 @ Amazon - Prime exclusive
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Antec Mercury 360mm AIO Water Cooler £65 @ Amazon - Prime exclusive

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Found 23rd Jan
Cheapest price for a 360mm AIO by far, this will out perform most coolers on the market.
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Not the best performing or best looking AIO, but that's insanely cheap for a 360. Good deal!
Is there a way of extending this two fit two heatsinks?

I have two GPU in my living room HTPC, which would be very quiet if water-cooled?

I know kits (e.g. EK waterblocks) can be bought for GTX cards to fit a CPU AIO.

Any help/advise via PM would be grateful!
bluecityste45 m ago

Is there a way of extending this two fit two heatsinks?I have two GPU in …Is there a way of extending this two fit two heatsinks?I have two GPU in my living room HTPC, which would be very quiet if water-cooled?I know kits (e.g. EK waterblocks) can be bought for GTX cards to fit a CPU AIO.Any help/advise via PM would be grateful!


I think you would have to build a proper custom loop, as the pump in this wouldn't be suitable AFAIK, plus it's more likely to leak if you make some janky mod to it. I wouldn't risk my hardware personally to mod an AIO, some companies make some AIO that have standard fittings to extend their radiators into a loop, but they aren't cheap.
Glix1 h, 36 m ago

Isn't this the now standard price for it? …Isn't this the now standard price for it? https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Antec-Mercury-All-Liquid-Cooler/product/B071DJMPVR


On Amazon but it was out of stock I had ordered back on 12th December and it just dispatched.

Check everywhere else it's atleast £100.
bluecityste1 h, 46 m ago

Is there a way of extending this two fit two heatsinks?I have two GPU in …Is there a way of extending this two fit two heatsinks?I have two GPU in my living room HTPC, which would be very quiet if water-cooled?I know kits (e.g. EK waterblocks) can be bought for GTX cards to fit a CPU AIO.Any help/advise via PM would be grateful!


EK has AIO's with quick disconnect valves to expand. Also the Fractal Design Celcius series can be expanded (but will void warranty)
Ordered Nice.
Bargain considering the 120mm version is £58 and the 240mm is £76. If this was your budget and your case can accommodate it then it's a no brainer.
Anyone know if it would fit inside a Fractal Define R2 case?
Bought this a few weeks ago whilst it was out of stock, mines arriving tomorrow, bargain for the £56.99 I got it for
bluecityste3 h, 19 m ago

Is there a way of extending this two fit two heatsinks?I have two GPU in …Is there a way of extending this two fit two heatsinks?I have two GPU in my living room HTPC, which would be very quiet if water-cooled?I know kits (e.g. EK waterblocks) can be bought for GTX cards to fit a CPU AIO.Any help/advise via PM would be grateful!


I think something like the NZXT Kraken GPU brackets are more suited to what you're looking to do.
paddy.stone2 h, 54 m ago

I think you would have to build a proper custom loop, as the pump in this …I think you would have to build a proper custom loop, as the pump in this wouldn't be suitable AFAIK, plus it's more likely to leak if you make some janky mod to it. I wouldn't risk my hardware personally to mod an AIO, some companies make some AIO that have standard fittings to extend their radiators into a loop, but they aren't cheap.


All sound advice and bonus points for the word: janky
minicale4 h, 43 m ago

On Amazon but it was out of stock I had ordered back on 12th December and …On Amazon but it was out of stock I had ordered back on 12th December and it just dispatched.Check everywhere else it's atleast £100.


What case you sticking yours in?
I bought this last time it was in stock. Imho is a lovely looking cooler. It's also very quiet. My system has never been as cool or quiet. Even gaming at 4k 60 fps it's whisper quiet. Note that 3x120 is massive make sure your case can accommodate. It was also a pain to install, the chinglish instructions were dire. Getting this allowed me to move my Corsair hydro to cool my 1080ti to 39c under load in the division :-D

The case I used was a Corsair 780t in white. I had to remove the drive bays and cable tidy to get it mounted at the front of the case.
Edited by: "be_vigilant" 24th Jan
Just wanted to add that I have a couple of cooler master masterliquid 240 lite coolers, one on a ryzen 7 system and one on an i7 6700k system, and for £43 that I paid for them they are VERY good coolers. It's a little fiddly on the Ryzen system, but then that's the horrible AMD fittings that CM is wanting to use for the connection... for the i7 it was straight forward as usual for any of the 115x series really and a backplate.
The pumps are SUPER quiet, only bad thing though is that the fans are not great, by that I mean they cool really really well, but have a tendency to emit a little buzz/drone every now and then, sounds like either the bearings or the fan's stability is all wrong and sounds like vibration.... didn't stop me from buying another one though as the cooling is fantastic. OC'd to 4Ghz my system at max now only gets to around 50C, so approx 28-30 above ambient, and on idle is only around 5-7 above ambient, though it's harder to read ambient on ryzen systems in my experience as they have a tendency to "jump" the % up every now and again, even if nothing has changed and no background services should be making it do that. i7 system is rock solid for temp at about the same 5-7 above ambient for idle, don't have that one OC'ed anymore so can't say what that would be, but am confident it could cool it well enough.

Sorry for the wall of text, just wanted people to know there are some good 240mm AIO's out there for just north of £40, the sound isn't that bad, and most people would barely notice it I think, but I sit right next to my PC on my desk so notice it more... I will just replace the fans at some point if it gets to me more, but for now it's not "slit your wrists" bad or anything.

Anyway, hope that helped someone, CM have gone above and beyond with these IMO, it's only around £10 or so more than a 212 air cooler.
Been getting the itch for a new build, so may as well grab this to get me started

Thanks OP
beard714 h, 38 m ago

All sound advice and bonus points for the word: janky



I went for something different this time around and got a Golden Field Z1 It had all the features I wanted.

3*120 in front and top, tempered glass side, nice look and no HDD bays all over the place.

It has its quirks like snap off PCI slot covers and 5'25" bay covers and the fan mounting not being the best designed.

Overall I'd probably say just go for the reliable brands I just like to try different cases often having gone through about 2 a year for the last 4 years.
Just bought with the £10 discount. Thanks.

Reading the Q&A, apparently you can contact Antec to get the Threadripper mount for this, not sure how true, will find out once I get mine :).
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