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Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240R Addressable RGB AIO Liquid Cooler $90 AR @ Newegg

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This or Corsair's H100x?
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Hmmm.. Just got H115i from Micro Center with price match to Amazon ($ 149.99) before $ 20 rebate. So, $ 129.99 after rebate. I wonder if I should return it and get this instead.

According to Tom's Hardware review linked below, this is basically on par with 280mm AIO (H115i Platinum or Deepcool 280), while it's actually quieter and cheaper. It performs worse than H100i Pro, but also quieter.

https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...908-2.html

Decision, decision...
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Hmmm.. Just got H115i from Micro Center with price match to Amazon ($ 149.99) before $ 20 rebate. So, $ 129.99 after rebate. I wonder if I should return it and get this instead.

According to Tom's Hardware review linked below, this is basically on par with 280mm AIO (H115i Platinum or Deepcool 280), while it's actually quieter and cheaper. It performs worse than H100i Pro, but also quieter.

https://www.tomshardware.com/revi...908-2.html [tomshardware.com]

Decision, decision...
The H115i will outperform this. I also prefer Corsair's 140mm fans over Cooler Master's 120mm fans - more annoying pitch. I have both an H115i and the 360mm version of this Cooler Master (same fans, just larger radiator) and that's what I base those opinions on.

I very much prefer Cooler Master's aRGB (3-pin) lighting controls but very much prefer Corsair's ability to spin the fans up/down based on water temperature and not CPU temperature (Cooler Master does not have any way to see what the water temperature is inside your radiator).
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