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wich 360 mm aio is the best

 

Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R RGB  vs  Thermaltake Floe Riing RGB 360 TT Premium Edition

 

wich one is the better performing?

 

wich one is less noisy/has better quality/better warranty?

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H150i is the best. I dont get coolermaster aios as they are cheap, and the RIING has bad fans.

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as far as i've seen the h150i underperforms these 2 almost always (stock fans), and lacks rgb wich will mean, more $ to get proper fans for the build

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Neither are that good among 360mm rad AIOs tbh, my support goes to the Fractal S36 or Arcttic Freezer 360. RGB isnt as important as durability. Cooler Master's ML series cooler aren't durable (GN broke their Masterliquid 280 I believe because there's a liquid line behind a screw and there's nothing stopping the screw from punching a hole through the line), while Thermaltake... they are rather prone to leaky hoses.

 

14 minutes ago, nephila said:

as far as i've seen the h150i underperforms these 2 almost always (stock fans), and lacks rgb wich will mean,

because these two both use shouty fans.

 

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The following 360mm coolers are highly regarded, as are their manufacturers:

 - Fractal Design Kelvin S36

 - Corsair H150i Pro

 - NZXT Kraken X72

 - Swiftech H320 X2 Prestige

 - EK-XLC Predator 360

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i owned corsair and nzxt aio's and currently using the Fractal S36, and by far i like the Fractal unit the most.

 

personally it performs close enough with other units and the fans are good.

the pump is the quietest out of all the aio's i ever used.

all you need is one fan header to connect everything.

no software crap needed.

price is really good for a 360mm

cools my delidded 8700k at 5ghz with 1.360V very well, after gaming i see temps just hitting 60C (keep in mind these are peaks) P95 1hour run maxes out at 70C.

 

things i don't like about the S36 is the way they went with tubing, yes it looks nice, yes you can expand the loop but since the fittings come straight out of the pump block you have less flexibility compared to other aio's where the tubes come out of the side but this is not a deal breaker for most people.

 

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Ok since most of these are or more expensive or plainly out of stock i targeted the arctic liquid freezer with 6 non rgb fans, its even 10€ cheaper than the cm one, wich rgb fans with performance, at least as good as stock fans will you recommend? Since its a 6 fan rad im happy with having the bottom 3 with rgb

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2 hours ago, nephila said:

Ok since most of these are or more expensive or plainly out of stock i targeted the arctic liquid freezer with 6 non rgb fans, its even 10€ cheaper than the cm one, wich rgb fans with performance, at least as good as stock fans will you recommend? Since its a 6 fan rad im happy with having the bottom 3 with rgb

Pretty much all RGB fans I have seen so far are crap, as they are more focused on flashy lights than actual performance. Even Corsair LL fans are very average, despite their price. If you want Christmas tree inside your case, get RGB strips.

https://pcpartpicker.com/product/P8HRsY/id-cooling-sf-12025-rgb-trio-745-cfm-120mm-fans-sf-12025-rgb-trio
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/mh7CmG/corsair-hd120-rgb-w-controller-544-cfm-120mm-fans-co-9050067-ww
https://pcpartpicker.com/product/PvtQzy/ek-vardar-evo-120er-rgb-770-cfm-120mm-fans-tr-3830046995452-2p
EK Vardar fans are pretty good, it is good to see that they didn't sacrifice performance for bling.

For most of other fans, might as well get cheapest ones from eBay or Aliexpress

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Have in mind the lack of infinite budget, cant get 50$ fans... X3-6

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