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ARCTIC Liquid Freezer II 280 A-RGB Intel AMD AIO CPU Water Cooler PC B-Stock $75 ($60 + $10-15 shipping)

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Appears there's only 17 in stock.
Was watching but too bad I don't need a cooler anymore.

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12-05-2022 at 11:53 AM.
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B stock means what exactly?
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12-05-2022 at 12:01 PM.
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Quote from andyxgt :
B stock means what exactly?
It's like EVGA B-stock but with full warranty instead of 1 year.

From the eBay description:
"B-Stock: Packaging may be damaged. Item is complete, fully functional, but may show slight signs of use. For CPU/GPU coolers: thermal paste may not be pre-applied but enclosed. The same warranty of 6 years applies to B-Stock as to our brand new products."
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12-05-2022 at 12:18 PM.
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Quote from luddite_cyborg :
It's like EVGA B-stock but with full warranty instead of 1 year.

From the eBay description:
"B-Stock: Packaging may be damaged. Item is complete, fully functional, but may show slight signs of use. For CPU/GPU coolers: thermal paste may not be pre-applied but enclosed. The same warranty of 6 years applies to B-Stock as to our brand new products."
Some Amazon reviews are scary for this LC.
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12-05-2022 at 12:32 PM.
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Quote from andyxgt :
Some Amazon reviews are scary for this LC.
Look at the reviews for the non-RBG one (it's one of the top coolers in this category, if not THE best). Other than the fans supplied I'm sure they're identical. Only reason I prefer non-RGB generally is because of lower price-- pretty colors do nothing for me.

https://www.amazon.com/ARCTIC-Liq...B07WP6M7P7

Edit: here's a thorough video review (of non-RGB):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPaSEGe6ML0
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12-05-2022 at 06:20 PM.
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My first ever AIO build last week was with an ID Cooling 240mm and it's amazing! I will never go back to air cooled again! It only cost $50...typically $20 more than a gud tower so no brainer!
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12-05-2022 at 08:57 PM.
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Beware the size of this thing. I had a hard time finding a case that can fit this. Especially top mounted.
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12-05-2022 at 10:20 PM.
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The 240 version of this keeps my 12700K at less than 80 degrees even during stress testing. Very impressed with its cooling.

The radiator is larger then most so definitely check clearance for your case.
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12-06-2022 at 12:23 AM.
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60+15=85
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12-06-2022 at 05:10 AM.
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them charging 10-15 for shipping as an official store on ebay is not cool. that'd put the price up to 80-85, then around 90 depending on taxes where you live. it beats other prices for it at the moment, i suppose, but the shipping thing is lame, considering they're just coming from south carolina.
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12-06-2022 at 05:14 AM.
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I bought one of these at B-Stock before. Non-RGB. The box was in rough shape but the cooler itself was in great shape. Mine was missing the AMD CPU plate screws. I just let them know and they sent me a whole new attachment kit. I did an open-frame build with a 5700X and temps never rise above 57C.
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12-06-2022 at 06:20 AM.
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Nice! So long as you can fit a 280 cooler they usually are near identical performance to the 360 versions. With my Overclocked 12700k I am pleased with the performance a 280 cooler provides. GamersNexus consistently chooses this model as a staple when talking about best AIOs(believe they reference non-rgb model). Solid deal so long as the B stock is just cosmetic.
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12-06-2022 at 07:49 AM.
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I have the 360 version, and my 13900k gets thermal throttled all the time under load (3D rendering)...reading all these positive things about the smaller version makes me wonder if I'd done something wrong with mine...
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12-06-2022 at 08:12 AM.
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I have the 360 version, and my 13900k gets thermal throttled all the time under load (3D rendering)...reading all these positive things about the smaller version makes me wonder if I'd done something wrong with mine...
if the chip is still performing well and only thermal throttling under heavy load, it's more likely that chip's effectively unlimited turbo power draw is to blame. Your motherboard's settings generally default to Auto for power limits and defer to what the chip wants, and the 13900k has no limit unless you set one manually. Full explanation, and whether it's necessarily a bad thing to let it self regulate with thermal throttling, is a more complicated discussion. Probably worth checking your power draw under load with something like Open Hardware Monitor, if left on Auto power limits the 13900k can pull over 300w and no AIO cooler is keeping up with that.
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12-06-2022 at 08:24 AM.
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I bought this recently on Amazon at about $105.
Outstanding AIO.

Here's my set up, for reference/example:
-Lian Li 216 case
-13700k with Arctic Freezer II 280mm AIO, running in push/pull config with 4x 140mm Noctua fans
-NVGA 3080 Hybrid, running in push/pull config with 4x 120mm Noctua fans
-120mm Noctua top (next to video card rad) exhaust fan
-140mm Noctua rear exhaust fan-2x 140mm Noctua bottom intake fans

Idle temps: 30-32c
Gaming temps: 50c or less (CSGO between 40-47c)
Cinebench temps: 60c
Other CPU stress tests temps: max 70c

**Like someone had mentioned above, the 280mm radiator is no skinny swimsuit model, so make sure it will fit in your case.
...and since we all like pics:
https://i.imgur.com/Ejieugj.jpg
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