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Monday, December 09, 2019
Excellent cooling capacity. Simple but flexible. Simple case - you plug the one PWM cable from the pump into your mobo and the fans into the hub on the radiator. Or, you can plug the pump into your mobo and the fans into mobo fan headers (what I ended up doing) for more control.
The pre-applied thermal paste is absolutely horrible. My temps were very high and unstable with the pre-applied paste. When I removed the pump from the CPU there was barely any paste to clean off. Applying my own Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut paste dropped the temps by ~10° C during stress tests and made them much more stable.
I'm running this on a 16 core 3950x, and it keeps it between 32° ~ 40° C during normal tasks, and 64° C under stress test. Needless to say, I'm quite happy with those temps. I did opt to plug the fans into their own headers on the motherboard, so that I can keep the pump at a higher RPM without ramping the fans up. You will likely need fan extension cables if you wish to do that, as the fan cables are quite short.
Sunday, April 28, 2019
Simplicity, if your looking for a AIO without all the cable clutter, look no further. I am getting under 70° C with my i7-6950x OC @ 4.4GHz on all 10 cores. Although I am using IWIN Polaris fans in push pill configuration. Fits nicely in my IWIN 509 case.
Included fans suck. The expandable feature isn't really practical. Tubes need to be shorter or more flexible.
If you want a inexpensive simplistic AIO cooler that can keep up with the big daddy AIO, look no further. With a simple upgrade such as the INWIN Polaris RGB fans your cable clutter in near gone. This was the last piece of a very expensive puzzle.