GameMax liquid cooling system for £15 instore @ Maplin
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GameMax liquid cooling system for £15 instore @ Maplin

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LocalFound 2nd Jun
Head to your local Maplins!

The 120mm version is £15

The 240mm version is £20

May break your PC but hey a deal is a deal!
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No offence but I would go for Corsair for any damage if it destroys system. You would get a $$$$ out of them
Maplin is still open?
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Which store?
Water cooling in a pc doesn’t sit right.
If you intend on overclocking your CPU, be careful with some of the cheaper AIO's... You can match the performance with a £20/£25 air cooler. If you simply want it for the visuals, fair enough. I've been OCing and using various types of water cooling for nearly 15 years!
burns9412 m ago

Which store?


Really, any store near you that has stock. It was available at Canary wharf London.
UB3RJU1C3D53 m ago

If you intend on overclocking your CPU, be careful with some of the …If you intend on overclocking your CPU, be careful with some of the cheaper AIO's... You can match the performance with a £20/£25 air cooler. If you simply want it for the visuals, fair enough. I've been OCing and using various types of water cooling for nearly 15 years!


But this is £15 plus I've heard these are more quiet
No offence but I would go for Corsair for any damage if it destroys system. You would get a $$$$ out of them
floppydesk7 m ago

No offence but I would go for Corsair for any damage if it destroys …No offence but I would go for Corsair for any damage if it destroys system. You would get a $$$$ out of them




they are all made by the same factories in China etc.. This cooler used to be £120 originally being £20 does not mean it is cheap. Got few of the 240mm @£10 each as I made a bulk buy from a shop few weeks ago and they are beautifully made . Also the best makes are notorious for destroying Pc's
Edited by: "bobo53" 2nd Jun
none in both maplins @ manchester
nazmanchester16 m ago

none in both maplins @ manchester


Lots in Stockport if you're near there.

I went to look for a USB-C laptop charger today but they had none.
bobo531 h, 1 m ago

they are all made by the same factories in China etc.. This cooler used to …they are all made by the same factories in China etc.. This cooler used to be £120 originally being £20 does not mean it is cheap. Got few of the 240mm @£10 each as I made a bulk buy from a shop few weeks ago and they are beautifully made . Also the best makes are notorious for destroying Pc's


But will the other company's reimburse you for damage to buy replacement pc ??? Unlike Corsair..
Maplin is still open?
burns942 h, 29 m ago

Which store?

ive seen the deal in our local maplin as well. CREWE
risky leaky much?
iDealYou42 m ago

Lots in Stockport if you're near there.I went to look for a USB-C laptop …Lots in Stockport if you're near there.I went to look for a USB-C laptop charger today but they had none.


Any idea on when the Stockport shop will close?
Norseg1 h, 37 m ago

But this is £15 plus I've heard these are more quiet


A decent Corsair AIO is more quiet when the fans are Static pressure, low noise. The arctic freezer 13 CPU (Air cooler) runs at 39.6 DB when at low speed. The AIO cooler in question's fans (on the radiator) are between 25 and 32DB each, you'll be running at least 2 on the 240mm version! Great deal still, just offering advice in case anybody ends up wasting their time...
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boss91199911 h, 31 m ago

Water cooling in a pc doesn’t sit right.


You haven't installed it properly, then
Good deal for £20 if you can still find them. There were loads available when they were £40 in my local Maplin and nobody was touching them. Apparently some guy bought the whole stock when they dropped to £20, will probably see an ebay dump of them soon for stupid prices.

According to the Kitguru review it performs similarly to the Cryorig H7 (£30 air cooler) and has a whiny pump. The lighting also cant be changed, so you'll be stuck with the tacky circus lighting. Not worth above £35 in my opinion.
boss91199923 h, 35 m ago

Water cooling in a pc doesn’t sit right.


Could you be more specific please? Like what targaid says, &/or your PC case is not meant for it.
Picked up a 240mm for a transportable setup where a big air cooler is too much weight hanging off the motherboard.
It's a basic AIO with no control software so pump is always full on, noise level is fine for price, it's louder than my Noctua D15 in my main rig.
The always on 7colour LEDs on the fans are easily disabled by carefully snipping the red wire on the fan, but I have swapped the fans for 2 x Noctua NF12s I had spare. Note the stock fans are sleeve bearing so need to be vertical.
Excellent price but all stores in my area have now closed 😞
boss9119992nd Jun

Water cooling in a pc doesn’t sit right.


Using liquid too cool is by far one of the most efficient ways to do it.... For a pc, it's insanely safe these days, assuming it's done right. It's just like how your car has its radiator and what not, but on a much smaller scale in a pc
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