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Just received this AIO cooler and of the 3 , 360 mm AIO's I've tried , I think it's the best of the bunch.

Price - $119 on amazon...... much cheaper than they other 2 I've tried
Stirrup style cooling block mount that appears to work for AM2 - AM3+ AMD motherboards without having to remove motherboard from case or install custom backplate. Compatible Socket & CPU: Intel LGA1150/1151/1155/1156/1200, LGA1366, LGA2011, LGA2011-3, LGA2066 / AMD AM4, FM2+, FM2, FM1, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2
Quietest fans of the 3.
Great cooling ability at very low noise levels - can't hear the pump . 72 F room temp FX 9590 running all core at 5 ghz on CHV-Z 1.5volts 130% current limit LLC very high , cpu/nb at 1.435 v LLC high cinebench R20 - 52.9 C max temp , 47.9 average temp 1701 multi-thread score.
Clockable RGB cover on cooling block
Longer hoses than the others .

If you are looking for a 360 MM AIO - give it a look :).
 

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If you would like more details, just search for it on amazon.
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Just received this AIO cooler and of the 3 , 360 mm AIO's I've tried , I think it's the best of the bunch.

Price - $119 on amazon...... much cheaper than they other 2 I've tried
Stirrup style cooling block mount that appears to work for AM2 - AM3+ AMD motherboards without having to remove motherboard from case or install custom backplate. Compatible Socket & CPU: Intel LGA1150/1151/1155/1156/1200, LGA1366, LGA2011, LGA2011-3, LGA2066 / AMD AM4, FM2+, FM2, FM1, AM3+, AM3, AM2+, AM2
Quietest fans of the 3.
Great cooling ability at very low noise levels - can't hear the pump . 72 F room temp FX 9590 running all core at 5 ghz on CHV-Z 1.5volts 130% current limit LLC very high , cpu/nb at 1.435 v LLC high cinebench R20 - 52.9 C max temp , 47.9 average temp 1701 multi-thread score.
Clockable RGB cover on cooling block
Longer hoses than the others .

If you are looking for a 360 MM AIO - give it a look :).
Thanks - Nice find ! :) I like MSI and would have considered it, but by coincidence, I picked up another 'non-Asetek' design AIO last week, the BeQuiet Pure Loop 360 for about US$ 103 and also added 6x Arctic P12 I already had. This is a temp_orary ;-) solution for a new AMD 3950X build until custom w-cooling parts get here (AM4 and GPU blocks).

The BeQuiet pump is situated on/between the tubes, and the rad is refillable. Overall, it seems like a very good performer, but as is the case with many AIOs and a 16c/32t CPUs, the rads are just too 'thin' for sustained high loads, IMO...all that said, w/the Arctic fans in push/pull, it stays at 80 C or below in tests like CinebenchR23, but will have downclocked near the end of the run. For comparison, my TR 2950X-only loop has dual XSPC RX 360/55 rads with dual D5s and GT fans and pulls a lot more power on Cinebench

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