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I bought this last time works great on a 5900x and the rebate came in less than 30 days a visa gift card

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My own experience differs. I had a single fan all in one on an overclocked I7-3770k for 7 years until the pump failed.
Not everyone wants a hunk of metal stuck to their board . No one will be buying this for overclocking but it will cool just fine a cpu at stock , it will fit better in a small enclosure , it will perform better in a airflow starved niche itx case, it is a much more elegant solution and the pump failure is a moot point since nowadays these last for years . Also pump failure not the same as leaky aio. So there's a use case for this albeit not for the majority and just like with everything else , it comes down to what you're buying it for
You guys. Relax. This is a perfect application for a small itx build. Not every cpu needs to be 20 degrees c all the time. This is a great little cooler for an itx build vs stock coolers.

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Does Newegg MiR work or is it just like a SD MIR?
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Single fan AIOs are absolute garbage. Anyone who knows anything about building computers knows that these are simply designed to throw into pre-built cases to be able to advertise it as "water cooled" while it offers subpar cooling even compared to way cheaper air designed coolers. To show how bad they are, most pre-built cases even use them as exhaust fans to show how completely clueless they are.

240mm is the sweet spot for AIO coolers before diminishing returns really start to kick in. They will be WAY WAY WAY better than a 120mm AIO and only slightly worse than a 360mm AIO while taking up way less real-estate/case-space. Some 240mm AIOs even perform better than their 360mm counter parts.

Do not buy this, ever. This is crap that just ends up in landfills because it has literally no decent applicable use. Search your local craigslist and you'll probably find them for $10 locally because of all the people buying BestBuy pre-builts and ripping these out and hoping someone will give them $5 for it to help recoup some of their money for buying a pre-built to rip out the 3080/3070/3060ti/3060 GPU.


Veetro offered a 360mm AIO last month for $50 shipped from Newegg. A $60 MSRP for a 120mm AIO is literally braindead at best.
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Single fan AIOs are absolute garbage. Anyone who knows anything about building computers knows that these are simply designed to throw into pre-built cases to be able to advertise it as "water cooled" while it offers subpar cooling even compared to way cheaper air designed coolers. To show how bad they are, most pre-built cases even use them as exhaust fans to show how completely clueless they are.

240mm is the sweet spot for AIO coolers before diminishing returns really start to kick in. They will be WAY WAY WAY better than a 120mm AIO and only slightly worse than a 360mm AIO while taking up way less real-estate/case-space. Some 240mm AIOs even perform better than their 360mm counter parts.

Do not buy this, ever. This is crap that just ends up in landfills because it has literally no decent applicable use. Search your local craigslist and you'll probably find them for $10 locally because of all the people buying BestBuy pre-builts and ripping these out and hoping someone will give them $5 for it to help recoup some of their money for buying a pre-built to rip out the 3080/3070/3060ti/3060 GPU.


Veetro offered a 360mm AIO last month for $50 shipped from Newegg. A $60 MSRP for a 120mm AIO is literally braindead at best.
My own experience differs. I had a single fan all in one on an overclocked I7-3770k for 7 years until the pump failed.
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My own experience differs. I had a single fan all in one on an overclocked I7-3770k for 7 years until the pump failed.
Just because you can do it, doesn't mean you should or it's optimal. The point is an air cooler will perform better for less money without the risk of failure. Sure it's better than stock cooling, but so is a Lasko box fan.

A 120mm/140mm will perform around the same as a mid range air cooler while costing more. It won't come anywhere near the performance of a high end air cooler. These are simply facts.
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Worked fine for my I7-3770k. Essentially no noise, I liked it.
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Buy now or wait for Prime days... 🤔
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Friends don't let friends buy 120mm liquid coolers
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Friends don't let friends buy 120mm liquid coolers
Beat me to it!
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Friends don't let friends buy 120mm liquid coolers
Unless you are really overlooking, why not? Serious question.
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Unless you are really overlooking, why not? Serious question.
120mm is not enough surface area for an aio to cool any better than an air cool. In fact most good air coolers will out perform any 120mm aio. Add in a extra point of failure (pump) and the potential to damage your entire PC with a leak (ymmv per model) you should skip 120mm entirely and go 240 or higher or just go air cooling.
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120mm is not enough surface area for an aio to cool any better than an air cool. In fact most good air coolers will out perform any 120mm aio. Add in a extra point of failure (pump) and the potential to damage your entire PC with a leak (ymmv per model) you should skip 120mm entirely and go 240 or higher or just go air cooling.
Not everyone wants a hunk of metal stuck to their board . No one will be buying this for overclocking but it will cool just fine a cpu at stock , it will fit better in a small enclosure , it will perform better in a airflow starved niche itx case, it is a much more elegant solution and the pump failure is a moot point since nowadays these last for years . Also pump failure not the same as leaky aio. So there's a use case for this albeit not for the majority and just like with everything else , it comes down to what you're buying it for
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Single fan AIOs are absolute garbage. Anyone who knows anything about building computers knows that these are simply designed to throw into pre-built cases to be able to advertise it as "water cooled" while it offers subpar cooling even compared to way cheaper air designed coolers. To show how bad they are, most pre-built cases even use them as exhaust fans to show how completely clueless they are.

240mm is the sweet spot for AIO coolers before diminishing returns really start to kick in. They will be WAY WAY WAY better than a 120mm AIO and only slightly worse than a 360mm AIO while taking up way less real-estate/case-space. Some 240mm AIOs even perform better than their 360mm counter parts.

Do not buy this, ever. This is crap that just ends up in landfills because it has literally no decent applicable use. Search your local craigslist and you'll probably find them for $10 locally because of all the people buying BestBuy pre-builts and ripping these out and hoping someone will give them $5 for it to help recoup some of their money for buying a pre-built to rip out the 3080/3070/3060ti/3060 GPU.


Veetro offered a 360mm AIO last month for $50 shipped from Newegg. A $60 MSRP for a 120mm AIO is literally braindead at best.
And so I guess you are that any body who knows about building computers? Lol
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Quote from Ohsighrus :
Single fan AIOs are absolute garbage. Anyone who knows anything about building computers knows that these are simply designed to throw into pre-built cases to be able to advertise it as "water cooled" while it offers subpar cooling even compared to way cheaper air designed coolers. To show how bad they are, most pre-built cases even use them as exhaust fans to show how completely clueless they are.

240mm is the sweet spot for AIO coolers before diminishing returns really start to kick in. They will be WAY WAY WAY better than a 120mm AIO and only slightly worse than a 360mm AIO while taking up way less real-estate/case-space. Some 240mm AIOs even perform better than their 360mm counter parts.

Do not buy this, ever. This is crap that just ends up in landfills because it has literally no decent applicable use. Search your local craigslist and you'll probably find them for $10 locally because of all the people buying BestBuy pre-builts and ripping these out and hoping someone will give them $5 for it to help recoup some of their money for buying a pre-built to rip out the 3080/3070/3060ti/3060 GPU.


Veetro offered a 360mm AIO last month for $50 shipped from Newegg. A $60 MSRP for a 120mm AIO is literally braindead at best.
For cpu cooling these are the same as a small air cooler, but I use these in my GPU with a kraken g10 or g12 and it will do wonders to extend your GPU life. This will cool it about 20 degrees more than any stock blower fans. I highly recommend using these 120 AIO instead of stock GPU blower fans
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