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Corsair Hydro Series H150i PRO RGB AIO 360mm Liquid CPU Cooler $149.99

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Is there any advantage going 360mm instead of 280mm? From looking at bunch of reviews, it seems like the fan impellers are the bottleneck and thus will not provide any extra cooling vs 280mm
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I think when you talk about fans 2 140mm is best as you get more/same amount of air without being as loud. But i think when you talk about AIO 360 rad the 360 is better cooling wise.
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Is there any advantage going 360mm instead of 280mm? From looking at bunch of reviews, it seems like the fan impellers are the bottleneck and thus will not provide any extra cooling vs 280mm
I usually see 360's have quieter operation than 280's despite having roughly the same performance. One particular advantage for 360's in my opinion is you could use the best radiator fans ever, the Nocuta NF-A12x25's x3. Their performance vs. noise is unbeatable, at any size.
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Mine arrived today, doing a white black silver themed build. Didn't realize the fans are a gray color.... Owell.
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Mine arrived today, doing a white black silver themed build. Didn't realize the fans are a gray color.... Owell.
Corsair's ML (magnetic levitation) 140 Pro fans are the ones you want. Great performance. Comes in a variety of colors including white.

https://www.amazon.com/product/dp/B01G5I6MUW/

$28 for just 1 is very high, I would wait for the price to come down. I bought a 2-pack for $29 - unfortunately they're currently OOS on that one at the moment.
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I own this... I think I'm gonna RMA it because it's always disconnecting (USB) . Other than that don't consider the RGB on this one a plus because it's actually dumb. The RGB is super basic. I have no issues with its performance.
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I've had this AIO for over a year, and works great.

Here's my approximation for performance from 240 to 280 to 360.

360 = 100pts
280 = 90 pts
240 = 70pts

If someone does the math of surface area, would be more accord. The 360mm radiator has better cooling, however the 280mm is not that far behind. The jump from 240mm to 280mm is more significant.

I think the 2x140mm setup is best bang, but of course the 360mm has a slight advantage, but not significantly.
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