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What is the best looking 120/140mm AiO CPU cooler?

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Please upload photos too.
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forget the looks - what it does, that counts biggrin.gif: thumb:
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forget the looks - what it does, that counts biggrin.gif: thumb:
frankly I'm on Noctua D15S and I would not give rats ass if I got 60-65 degrees in games instead of 50-55 I'm getting now.
I just installed 1080 FE in my system and it looks badass with Superflower Leadex white LED PSU, but D15S is so freakin ginormous that it's covering the whole card and it doesn't match the rest of the system in the first place.

I might consider this type of air cooler too with the fan facing the side window but I don't know any


Edited by Klocek001 - 6/27/16 at 7:11am
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nzxt x61 bro, it cools my 4790k delided to 51c to 60c max temps in silent fan mode

also the looks is really cool and with rgb led colors
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nzxt x61 bro, it cools my 4790k delided to 51c to 60c max temps in silent fan mode

also the looks is really cool and with rgb led colors
nice, nice.
I thought of CM Nepton 140 XL, nice looking fan on this.
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In a 140mm? The Swiftech H140-X. Outperforms every other 140mm (and most 240mm) CLC, and actually look like a liquid cooler.

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looks badass
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looks badass

That's simply because it is.
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looks badass

Indeed, and its got a few more advantages over most CLC's too.

Copper radiator and CPU block: Better performance and less chance of corrosion.
Low FPI radiator: Optimized for lower fan speeds, making it quieter.
Expandable: If you ever feel like it you can add another radiator or even a GPU block and turn it into a full custom loop.
Refillable: The liquid in any liquid cooling solution evaporates over time. You can't top off CLC's, this AIO doesn't have that issue.
Much more powerful pump: Better performance.
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Originally Posted by Klocek001 View Post

frankly I'm on Noctua D15S and I would not give rats ass if I got 60-65 degrees in games instead of 50-55 I'm getting now.
I just installed 1080 FE in my system and it looks badass with Superflower Leadex white LED PSU, but D15S is so freakin ginormous that it's covering the whole card and it doesn't match the rest of the system in the first place.

I might consider this type of air cooler too with the fan facing the side window but I don't know any


i agrree on this thought - to many people are hooked on the lowest temps. Most market coolers kick the stuffing out of intel/amd stock coolers. Give me quite over temp thumb.gif
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