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500 - 2000 RPM
21 - 36 dB
Yes - 360 mm
- 101 points
- 1 month ago
from completed build The Ascension 2020
A very nice-looking AIO and three great-performing static pressure AER P fans. Does a good job keeping my loaded i9-9900K below 75°C.
- 32 points
- 5 months ago
from completed build First Build - I tried to keep it clean
Probably absolute overkill for my system but I have several reasons for why I wanted one this size. My pc is stationed in the attic where it gets very high ambient temperatures (with the recent European heatwaves, about 40+ degrees celsius). Another is that it provides proper exhaust with all the intake I have in this case. Lastly, I just love the CPU cooling block looks.
- 27 points
- 13 months ago
from completed build Blue Blizzard - Winter Gaming/Workstation Rig
Keeps My Cpu Nice and Cool as well as being the best looking Liquid CPU cooler on the Market in my opinion
- 26 points
- 4 months ago
from completed build "Monochromatic" - 2nd Personal Build ($2.5K CAD/$1.9K USD)
Absolutely amazing cooler, my 3700X doesn't go anywhere past 55 degrees while gaming, it's quiet, it looks amazing, the CAM software works wonders, and it was so easy to install based on the instructions in the packaging.
My only complaint would be the price point, but you get what you pay for I guess -- would love to see an RGB variant down the line for those SP fans!
- 23 points
- 6 months ago
from completed build Superhercplays Dream Build- 9900K & 2080 ti
The 9900K runs very hot a 5GHz so I knew id need Watercooling. This Aio is personally the best looking one on the market IMO and works great with CAM. The lights are easy to setup and look great with the mirror well design. Make sure to put the header into the CPU_Fan header not the AIO_pump header on the motherboard. The computer will show error and not load into windows.
- 14 points
- 13 days ago
from completed build Q1 2020 Workstation ATX Build (3950x + 2080S @3440x1440 100Hz)
Keeps an overclocked R9 3950X below 70C, and looks great. I'm happy, and I would recommend.
- 12 points
- 15 months ago
from completed build ROG STRIX Build
So far this is keeping my power sucking CPU ice cold. I've over clocked while playing games for hours and the CPU temp stays at 28-31 degrees. I'm glad i sprung for the Kraken X72 the 3 fans mounted on top of my cooler master H500M perfectly.
- 12 points
- 9 months ago
from completed build The White Kraken (2019)
Well built, all in one water cooler. This was pretty easy to setup. Cooling is excellent, even on an i9 9900k, which tends to run hot at the highest clock speeds. The aesthetic of the RGB ring in the cpu block is classy and the CAM software is pretty comprehensive. There is an option to disable the rgb NZXT logo on the cpu water block as well. I noticed when setting an RGB pattern in the software, that it coordinated my motherboard and RAM RGB colors to match. Nice touch.
- 11 points
- 14 months ago
from completed build First One.
zero complaints - RGB is adjustable any way you can imagine, fans are quiet, pump and fan curves can be adjusted easily in the app. I'd buy again for sure (as of now).
- 9 points
- 18 months ago
from completed build RGB Quiet Build (Staying under $4k)
I went big. I wanted no issues with cooling. Go big or go home.
I love the look of the unit and the hoses are sturdy. The fans, when they pick up speed, create little noise (mitigated by the beQuiet case) and do the job. I had issues deciding exactly how to get the radiator in the case. And had to give up on the optical drive tray (I have an optical drive sitting around that I could have used) But once it was in, it works great! But.... and it is a BIG but. The software just pisses me off to no end. I was in love with this thing for a while and I started watching my computer more closely and I realized that it was using resources that it shouldn't. Then I read the disclosure agreements and they can mine your personal info and collect data on purchase and almost anything you do on your PC. I stopped using this PC for personal use and only game on it currently and will be replacing the cooler soon. Unfortunately I can find no way of running the cooler without the software.
I paid at time of build $168.99 for this cooler.
- Intel Core i7-8700K (@4.7GHz)
- GeForce GTX 1080 Ti
- Intel Core i9-9900K
- GeForce RTX 2080 Ti
- Intel Core i7-8700K (@5 GHz)
- GeForce GTX 1080 Ti