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Hi, 

Building new computer for MSFS. Just need the last advices for an AIO cooler. Which one would you choose in terms of performance?

1) Kraken Z73

2) Arctic Liquid Freezer II 360

3) Corsair H150i Elite Capellix

4) Lian Li Galahad 360

(Forget relation price/quality)

 

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Good comparison here: Lian Li Galahad AIO 360 & 240 Review vs. Arctic Liquid Freezer, EK AIO, Noctua CPU Coolers - YouTube

I'd probably go with either the Arctic Liquid Freezer or EK AIO 360. Reasonable prices and excellent performance. I use the Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280 and happy with it. The only thing to be careful of with the Arctic Liquid Freezer is that it needs about 55mm clearance between the the top of the case and the CPU board as the pump is fairly wide. Not every case will have that so worth checking. Also it has no RGB which is perfect for me but might be a negative point for some.

 

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42 minutes ago, Tektolnes said:

Good comparison here: Lian Li Galahad AIO 360 & 240 Review vs. Arctic Liquid Freezer, EK AIO, Noctua CPU Coolers - YouTube

I'd probably go with either the Arctic Liquid Freezer or EK AIO 360. Reasonable prices and excellent performance. I use the Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280 and happy with it. The only thing to be careful of with the Arctic Liquid Freezer is that it needs about 55mm clearance between the the top of the case and the CPU board as the pump is fairly wide. Not every case will have that so worth checking. Also it has no RGB which is perfect for me but might be a negative point for some.

 

I have Lian Li O11 Dynamic case.

I also have MSI MEG Z490 ACE motherboard. Don't know if even the fans work with RGB...

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2 hours ago, harpsi said:

I have Lian Li O11 Dynamic case.

Think that would take the Arctic Liquid Freezer II ok. The EK AIO would be fine too. Don't think you'd go wrong with either of them and they're priced well too which is an added bonus. 

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If you are looking for a budget option, i've been impressed with the gammaxx l360


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Hot off the press.

(1) 6-Fan EK AIO Elite D-RGB 360 Review vs. Lian Li Galahad, Arctic Liquid Freezer, & Air CPU Coolers - YouTube

But the Artic Liquid Freezer is still up around the top.


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