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Does this thermaltake aio cool better than the other one? [links in body]

Both are 360mm aios.

Is thermaltake just stupidious expensive or is the msi one actually worse? 

 

(175€) Thermaltake: https://amz.run/3qN6

(130€)  MSI: https://amz.run/3qN7

 

I want to cool my future Zen3 5900x doing all-core loads, i thought an upgrade from my 35€ air cooler would be great.

Never had an AIO before and always wanted to get one. It just looks cool.

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Thermaltake is quite a bit more known name in the AIO industry, they have been doing it for a while. MSI on the other hand is fresh here, It just takes time for a company to prove their products are worthwhile, reliable etc - MSI is doing that now. So they need some incentive to get people to buy them.

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The thermaltake aio is just like a corsair aio. But with there own fans 

 

Msi's aio has the pump in the rad. 

I wouldn't get either

 

If you want a better aio with rgb get an ek aio 360

 

If you want better get the

Liquid freezer ii 360 but it has no rgb

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4 minutes ago, jj9987 said:

Thermaltake is quite a bit more known name in the AIO industry, they have been doing it for a while. MSI on the other hand is fresh here, It just takes time for a company to prove their products are worthwhile, reliable etc - MSI is doing that now. So they need some incentive to get people to buy them.

Okay, sounds reasonable. You think the msi one is any good?

Like, regarding build quality, so it wont begin to leak on my gpu after half a year

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6 minutes ago, narrdarr said:

The thermaltake aio is just like a corsair aio. But with there own fans 

 

Msi's aio has the pump in the rad. 

I wouldn't get either

 

If you want a better aio with rgb get an ek aio 360

 

If you want better get the

Liquid freezer ii 360 but it has no rgb

I can't get the ek aio because it's just unavailable where i live :(. Nothing on amazon, not even on google shopping.

I mean i could just mount rgb fans on the liquid freezer ones but i need a triple-rad.

 

EDIT: nvm, found a triple-rad liquid freezer. was just blind.

The cpu block looks super dope!

 

But at that price (+ fans) i could just buy the thermaltake one. How exactly is the artic one better?

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1 minute ago, Allptraum1989 said:

I can't get the ek aio because it's just unavailable where i live :(. Nothing on amazon, not even on google shopping.

I mean i could just mount rgb fans on the liquid freezer ones but i need a triple-rad.

Artic makes a 360

But part of what makes it so good are their fans

 

It lower end but not over priced either but I have been using a deep cool aio its been solid maybe check the pricing on those

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2 hours ago, narrdarr said:

Artic makes a 360

But part of what makes it so good are their fans

 

It lower end but not over priced either but I have been using a deep cool aio its been solid maybe check the pricing on those

Ok thermaltake seems to be mostly shit anyways lmao...

Just noticed that for some weird reason the 360 arctic can only be shipped to a city 300km away -.-

 

Is the nzxt kraken gen 3 any good? I saw that a lot in other buidls

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2 hours ago, Allptraum1989 said:

Ok thermaltake seems to be mostly shit anyways lmao...

Just noticed that for some weird reason the 360 arctic can only be shipped to a city 300km away -.-

 

Is the nzxt kraken gen 3 any good? I saw that a lot in other buidls

 jezz my gammer as im falling asleep is terrible

 

all the ones you have mentioned are asetek pump with minor changes and different fans

except:

msi

 

all the asetek aio's will preform similar. if that what you want then either the cheapest one for budget needs or get the one you think looks best. but from best to worst non asetek aio at reasonable prices are:

 

arctiic

ek

deepcool

msi

 

i don't if these are available to you, but if you going to spend 160+ and want something more premium and different you can go with:

H360X3 from swiftech

Alphacool Eisbaer

 

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3 hours ago, Allptraum1989 said:

Ok thermaltake seems to be mostly shit anyways lmao...

Just noticed that for some weird reason the 360 arctic can only be shipped to a city 300km away -.-

 

Is the nzxt kraken gen 3 any good? I saw that a lot in other buidls

How did you come up with "Ok thermaltake seems to be mostly shit anyways lmao..."?

 

Been using a Tt Water 3.0 for years now, its one of the better performing AIO's according to Gamers Nexus.  And I can back that up with cooling numbers on my OC'd 8700K in a standard case (cooling performance is just okay).

 

Also, it's really not possible for an AIO to be all that terrible as they almost all use the same pump.  Fans... Not all that much difference in them at the end of the day.

 

Again, don't bash a product you have no basis for.  

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1 hour ago, Dedayog said:

How did you come up with "Ok thermaltake seems to be mostly shit anyways lmao..."?

 

Been using a Tt Water 3.0 for years now, its one of the better performing AIO's according to Gamers Nexus.  And I can back that up with cooling numbers on my OC'd 8700K in a standard case (cooling performance is just okay).

 

Also, it's really not possible for an AIO to be all that terrible as they almost all use the same pump.  Fans... Not all that much difference in them at the end of the day.

 

Again, don't bash a product you have no basis for.  

I tried to find a review for the tt aio the thread was about and found none of the big reviewers (ltt, gamers nexus, derbauer, etc).

Which makes me even more suprised that you named gamers nexus. Can you send me a link please? Would be nice if its good because it looks good.

 

Instead i found tons of videos from big reviewers ranting on tt.

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