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    be quiet! launches the Silent Loop, its first AiO liquid cooler

    Utilises an "innovative decoupled reverse-flow pump" for quiet, vibration-free operation.
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    Re: be quiet! launches the Silent Loop, its first AiO liquid cooler

    Look good but pricey compared to alternatives
    Old puter - still good enuff till I save some pennies!

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    Re: be quiet! launches the Silent Loop, its first AiO liquid cooler

    About time a maker produced one with the option to top up, just in case.....

    Though i expect a few people might be caught out by leakage at some point or another.

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    Re: be quiet! launches the Silent Loop, its first AiO liquid cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by 3dcandy View Post
    Look good but pricey compared to alternatives
    After recently purchasing an Antec unit, I'd have rather paid more!
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    Re: be quiet! launches the Silent Loop, its first AiO liquid cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by shaithis View Post
    After recently purchasing an Antec unit, I'd have rather paid more!
    Had a couple of Corsair H50's and seem decent enough... for the price I paid
    Old puter - still good enuff till I save some pennies!

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    Re: be quiet! launches the Silent Loop, its first AiO liquid cooler

    Seems a comparable price to the Corsair H80i GT (in 120mm format). Whilst it certainly keeps things cool, I'd have liked a little less noise from my Corsair. Would probably have bought this instead if it had been available at the time as I like be quiet! fans.

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    Re: be quiet! launches the Silent Loop, its first AiO liquid cooler

    I'm a bit interested I may pick up a 240mm to replace my corsair h105.. depending, of course on test results from reputable sources.

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    Re: be quiet! launches the Silent Loop, its first AiO liquid cooler

    Surprised and disappointed there isn't a 140mm model.

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    Re: be quiet! launches the Silent Loop, its first AiO liquid cooler

    Why not the SW3 fans?

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    Re: be quiet! launches the Silent Loop, its first AiO liquid cooler

    Much pricier than the AIO units I already use (CM Seidon V120 v2, Corsair H55 & H45) - the Seidon pump developed an annoying rattle after a few months at full voltage, so I had to undervolt it to get it silent again. The cheap Corsair units have been great so far, so I'm not in the market for yet another cooler, but it would be interesting to see the reviews on how good the performance and quality is - and whether they justify the price premium.

    I see the article states "All models are compatible with the latest AMD and Intel sockets" but the manufacturer web site only states "Compatible with IntelĀ® and AMDTM sockets". I'd like explicit confirmation that AM4 is included in the mounting kit, as the wider spaced mounting holes are very different to the previous AMD sockets.

    Also - until October 11th you can try and win one of these in a competition at BeQuiet's web site.

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    Re: be quiet! launches the Silent Loop, its first AiO liquid cooler

    Quote Originally Posted by chinf View Post
    Also - until October 11th you can try and win one of these in a competition at BeQuiet's web site.
    Cheers man, entered

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