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[BARROW] Barrow CLC 240mm and 360mm

Barrow 240 all-in-one CPU water cooler [LTCPR-240] and 360mm version [LTCPR-360]

http://www.barrowint.com/news/x/1516.html

The one-piece cold head is made of aluminum alloy. While maintaining the appearance, it adopts anodic oxidation process to improve the overall texture of the cold head, so that the whole performance and appearance of the cold head has an excellent use experience and appreciation

Copper bottom plate is used to directly touch the CPU core, heat is absorbed quickly, and the water flow can quickly flow through the bottom plate and take away the heat absorbed by the bottom plate through the high-speed operation of the pump.


9900K CPU is fully loaded [AIDA64] with temperature of 53℃
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Brands like Corsair, Phanteks, etc., i can at least give them benefit of the doubt, pre-suppose that the units are shipped (literally, due to fluids inside) in.. more or less adequate conditions.
But Barrow? Assuming it goes the usual way, ie ordering from jibibaba express, tonjao.ch, et al, we're talking regular mail parcel, in ye ole regular 1 knot per day ship. All that heat with it sitting in the cellar, or whatever it's called for boats.. not a good start.

Of course, granted, i have no knowledge of their coolant composition, but unless they've reinvented the wheel, it has a lot of distilled water and some glycole; so yet again, shipping (literally) conditions. If you haven't ever sailed, say in South Africa? You probably cannot imagine the heat; and these things -do- have a heat threshold.

Word of warning to the wise.
(not even gonna mention actual 'performance', as AIOs are AIOS that are.. AIOs)

* didn't notice who the OP was..! You're the guy with the AM4 chipset testing right? With Prime95? To gauge.. X570 chipset temps..? Please forgive me for failing to respond in future comments; i admittedly should have paid a touch more attention to detail. My bad.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Aenra View Post
Brands like Corsair, Phanteks, etc., i can at least give them benefit of the doubt, pre-suppose that the units are shipped (literally, due to fluids inside) in.. more or less adequate conditions.
But Barrow? Assuming it goes the usual way, ie ordering from jibibaba express, tonjao.ch, et al, we're talking regular mail parcel, in ye ole regular 1 knot per day ship. All that heat with it sitting in the cellar, or whatever it's called for boats.. not a good start.

Of course, granted, i have no knowledge of their coolant composition, but unless they've reinvented the wheel, it has a lot of distilled water and some glycole; so yet again, shipping (literally) conditions. If you haven't ever sailed, say in South Africa? You probably cannot imagine the heat; and these things -do- have a heat threshold.
barrow and bykski are actually quite reputable, almost all of it is relabeled name brand stuff. fittings for example are unlabeled bitspower. as for ordering, i myself have ordered a truckload of parts from formulamod which is an alibaba distributor for these brands, customer service has been amazing and shipping arrived within three days when i was expecting closer to 30. i had an issue where i ordered the wrong part, and emailed them about it. by 5am the next day the had contacted me with a solution after speaking to their product engineers telling me if i had a dremel i could fix it temporarily and theyd send me the right part in the post. they took the part and did a annotated walkthrough of how to mod it to work for me just so i could get my pc up and running asap.

dont get me wrong, its no heatkiller pure lump of copper block, but theyre very good for the price and quality is more than good enough. LTT and others have many videos on their parts.

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barrow and bykski are actually quite reputable, almost all of it is relabeled name brand stuff. fittings for example are unlabeled bitspower.
This is a common misconception. I own plenty of both, and while Barrow work great and are very high quality for the price, they are not the same as Bitspower.

Straight from the bitspower.com home page:

"Recently, some statements have been made online regarding a relationship between Bitspower and the watercooling brands Bykski and Barrow.
These statements are false. Bitspower produces products under the brands Bitspower and Bitspower Touchaqua,
and a few other well-known and respected brands around the world, but so far, we have not partnered with either Bykski or Barrow.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any inquiries regarding our brand."
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Radiator material is aluminum per http://www.barrowch.com/product/qtlt...ator/1512.html
http://www.barrowch.com/product/qtlt...ator/1513.html


Pump goes up to 2600RPM and is 3.6W. Don't expect miracles from it.

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Quote: Originally Posted by jdc122 View Post
barrow and bykski are actually quite reputable, almost all of it is relabeled name brand stuff. fittings for example are unlabeled bitspower. as for ordering, i myself have ordered a truckload of parts from formulamod which is an alibaba distributor for these brands, customer service has been amazing and shipping arrived within three days when i was expecting closer to 30. i had an issue where i ordered the wrong part, and emailed them about it. by 5am the next day the had contacted me with a solution after speaking to their product engineers telling me if i had a dremel i could fix it temporarily and theyd send me the right part in the post. they took the part and did a annotated walkthrough of how to mod it to work for me just so i could get my pc up and running asap.

dont get me wrong, its no heatkiller pure lump of copper block, but theyre very good for the price and quality is more than good enough. LTT and others have many videos on their parts.
I totally agree not wrong with Barrow and Bykski parts. Would be nice if Barrow would have gone beyond a standard CLC with this product. I suspect that targeted at the Asian-Pacific market. Anti-Leak Technology and the pump maybe somebody else is the OEM.

CLC (closed loop coolers) I would categorize as none expandable, none serviceable. While I tend to call products like Swiftech Drive X3 AIO and EK Predator series All-In-One (prebuild loops that are ready to go). Would like to see a copper rad based Barrow AIO at one point.



Corsair new premium Hydro X series uses Bitspower for fittings, Hardware Labs for rads, and Mayhem for coolant.



Deepcool just released the Gamer Storm Castle 240EX
http://www.gamerstorm.com/product/CP...86_11185.shtml


Aluminum 282×120×27 mm Radiator
Pump 2.4 W 17.8 dB(A) at 2550 RPM±10%
LED Power Consumption 2.25 W(PUMP) ?!?

Anti-Leak Technology
http://www.deepcool.com/product/Liqu...ntInside.shtml


eTeknix Review
https://www.eteknix.com/deepcool-gam...oler-review/5/
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I totally agree not wrong with Barrow and Bykski parts. Would be nice if Barrow would have gone beyond a standard CLC with this product. I suspect that targeted at the Asian-Pacific market. Anti-Leak Technology and the pump maybe somebody else is the OEM.

CLC (closed loop coolers) I would categorize as none expandable, none serviceable. While I tend to call products like Swiftech Drive X3 AIO and EK Predator series All-In-One (prebuild loops that are ready to go). Would like to see a copper rad based Barrow AIO at one point.



Corsair new premium Hydro X series uses Bitspower for fittings, Hardware Labs for rads, and Mayhem for coolant.



Deepcool just released the Gamer Storm Castle 240EX
http://www.gamerstorm.com/product/CP...86_11185.shtml


Aluminum 282×120×27 mm Radiator
Pump 2.4 W 17.8 dB(A) at 2550 RPM±10%
LED Power Consumption 2.25 W(PUMP) ?!?

Anti-Leak Technology
http://www.deepcool.com/product/Liqu...ntInside.shtml


eTeknix Review
https://www.eteknix.com/deepcool-gam...oler-review/5/
so basically just buy an NH U12A lol

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so basically just buy an NH U12A lol
Really don't see why people both with these 240mm AIO's when a single 120mm air cooler will beat them at a lower noise level.

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Really don't see why people both with these 240mm AIO's when a single 120mm air cooler will beat them at a lower noise level.
But...but....argeebeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!

No one buys CLCs for their cooling ability, and if they do, they are wildly misled.

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barrow and bykski are actually quite reputable
As i keep saying, reading comprehension; a must for forum participation..

Nothing to do with Barrow products' quality, many of which i actually happen to use myself; learn to read or.. i dunno, i mean we do have Youtube.

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