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    be quiet! Silent Loop 240mm

    Can an all-in-one liquid cooler deliver superior cooling and silence?
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    Re: be quiet! Silent Loop 240mm

    A 5.5 degrees load temperature delta improvement is nearly 13% and not 9% as stated.

    When I build an AM4 system, will the mounting kit that comes with this fit? The phrase "latest Intel and AMD sockets" is ambiguous - the AM4 socket is the latest AMD socket, but I cannot buy an AM4 motherboard yet.

    At least if I buy a Noctua cooler, I can get an AM4 compatible upgrade kit free of charge when they become available - what's the situation with be quiet!?

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    Re: be quiet! Silent Loop 240mm

    Would nice to see a comparison between this AIO with its competitors as I have purchased the H115i would like to see a head to head results please thanks

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    Re: be quiet! Silent Loop 240mm

    Would it have been wise to include the Dark Rock Pro 3 as a direct competitor which one would assume uses same/similar fans as the radiator fans on this. The DRP3 is around £70, the cheapest Dark Rock liquid solution is £95 which is perhaps the better comparison.
    Does this 240mm version outperform the DRP3 by £45, i would expect the law of diminishing returns to apply.

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