Computer Power User (June 2016)

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The parts in this closed-loop cooler have a distinctly custom look and feel, probably because most of the hardware is what you’d buy for a DIY cooling loop. The built-in water block, for example, is Swiftech’s Apogee XL2, which features an acrylic housing, so you can see the coolant flow. The pump, which is located in the unit’s acrylic reservoir (yes, the AIO also has an actual, visible reservoir) is Swiftech’s MCP30, which features a PWM range of 1,200 to 3,000 to keep noise to a minimum. The custom look is further cemented with the ultra clear tubing and acrylic water block.

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