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New AIO for R7 2700x

Hi everyone, i'm looking for a new cpu cooler for my r7 2700x.
I was looking at the Enermax liqtech ii 240. Someone is using it? Any impression or advice on that AIO?
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You are better off with an air cooler or a real liquid cooling kit from EK or Swiftech
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Either Noctua D15/Raijintek Tisis or custom loop.

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You are better off with an air cooler or a real liquid cooling kit from EK or Swiftech
https://www.overclock.net/forum/61-w...lc-cooler.html
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Either Noctua D15/Raijintek Tisis or custom loop.
Or a twenty or so other air coolers....

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I'm pretty sure the Liqtech ii is only for Threadripper. So if you really want an AIO you'll have to look at another one.

Apparently Corsair had a recall on a batch of the H100i for poor seals. NZXT overcharges for effectively the same cooler.

As said above, if you like the look of water....do real water. Otherwise a good tower will do the job as good or better than an AIO.

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Or a twenty or so other air coolers....
These two are currently strongest on the market.

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Thanks for the replies!
Right now i'm using a Cryorig H5 Universal but i'm concerned about the temps (50C in idle) so i'm looking for a new cooler.
I really like custom loop but right now it's out of budget (full custom loop 2700x + 2080).
Enermax is making the liqtech ii for intel and amd consumer cpu. The threadripper one is named liqtech ii TR.
I will look at noctua but i have gskill rgb memory so i need a cooler that can fit.
Any suggestions?

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The NH-U12S and NH-U14S wont block RAM slots otherwise the NH-D15S has room for 65mm tall RAM

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The NH-U12S and NH-U14S wont block RAM slots otherwise the NH-D15S has room for 65mm tall RAM
Also the Cryorig R1 Universal, and there should be a Thermalright that will clear that, @doyll would know.

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Also the Cryorig R1 Universal, and there should be a Thermalright that will clear that, @doyll would know.
Its probably the Thermalright True Spirit 140 Power
If the RAM the OP has is a G.Skill Trident Z kit they will fit under an NH-D15S since they are only 44mm tall

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