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500 - 2300 RPM
14 - 35 dB
Yes - 240 mm
- 54 points
- 37 months ago
from completed build Unfinished Business
Saw it in a Ad for a Jayztwocents video and ended up picking it up, great cooler that keeps temps low
- 37 points
- 44 months ago
from completed build Water Cooled Gaming Rig version 3.0
it was cheap and is perfectly good very very happy with this
- 34 points
- 34 months ago
from completed build The Why Not Build
For the price this AIO is honestly not bad at all, keeps the temps low without any loud pump noise or anything, the stock fans are a bit loud so I swapped them out for different ones though.
- 30 points
- 48 months ago
from completed build Ruby
Very effective cooler and cheaper than most 240mm radiators. Keeps my oc'ed 6700k at around 24 degrees when idle and 62 degrees when I was doing 3DMark Firestrike. It's usually on the low 50's when I play GTA V. The radiator fins are very fragile so be careful when handling it and the red led on the pump/block cannot be changed so this cooler might be an option for those who want a red/balck theme only or someone who just doesn't care about hot rodding their pc.
- 26 points
- 50 months ago
from completed build Iron Cube (First Build)
Underrated cpu cooler. Love hot it looks and performs just as great. I didnt want to get the typical corsair liquid cooler so I went with this regardless of the fact that not many people own it but I dont regret it at all. Love everything about it.
- 24 points
- 55 months ago
from completed build P-22 Panthera
The stock cooler retail boxed with my CPU is a liquid cooler... so, I knew I needed to go with liquid cooling. The LEPA Aqua Changer is more competitively priced than other similar coolers, has thick and durable tubing, the radiator looks equivalent to other AIO liquid coolers, and I didn't need additional monitoring software.
The mounting plate and the screws don't firmly fit to the motherboard with the standoffs (or really even stay together) until the thumb screws are tightened, but, once assembled, it's solid. The included PWM Fans are a bit loud at 100%, but, when you turn them down, the sound level isn't bad and the grooved blades (similar to a Cougar fan) work great! It's keeping my FX-9590 27-30c at idle and mid 40s at heavy load. The waterblock/pump has a more industrial style than most AIOs, with a pair of deep red LED “parentheses” (matches my Asus MoBo).
- 20 points
- 37 months ago
from completed build *Insert cool name here* Custom Build
Great cooler for the price and does exactly what it's supposed to with no loud pump noise or issues what so ever.
- 19 points
- 45 months ago
from completed build Yes Noobs! You Can Build a PC 1st Time Build
So far so good I've had it for about 2 months now and it's keep my cpu very cool pretty straighforward install I know most go with the Corsair AIO but I'm happy with with the LEPA
- 16 points
- 53 months ago
from completed build Jormungand 2
It works great so far, and I'm using 2 Noctua NF-F12 fans instead of the inculded ones on the radiator. It's silent, and keeps my temperature below 20C at idle, and have yet to break 40C while gaming. Great cooler for the price.
- 14 points
- 40 months ago
from completed build 6700k @ 4.7, GTX 1080, $2100
In my opinion, this is a great price : performance ratio contained liquid cooler. Currently using this with a 6700K, and is handling it as I expected. My idle temps are around 26*C, while keeping it in the high 70's C under load while overclocked. User friendly installation.